NILES — It’s showtime tonight as area high school girls basketball teams officially tipoff their seasons.
WHITE PIGEON — After more than four months of construction and almost three years after the project’s inception, the Kalamazoo Street Bridge over the Pigeon River south of White Pigeon re-opened to the public Monday.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ golf team was recently recognized by the Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association for its performance in the classroom during the 2019 season.
THREE RIVERS — Following an hour-long interview process during Wednesday’s special meeting of the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education, Geraldine Jaramillo was appointed as the board’s newest trustee.
ALLEGAN — Three Rivers would like to send the seniors on its football team out on a good note with a road win at Allegan tonight. Kick-off time for the Wolverine Conference game is 5 p.m.
CAMDEN — Colon’s girls’ basketball team fell behind 21-6 after one quarter to Camden-Frontier and couldn’t make up the difference in an eventual 57-40 road loss Friday. Camden-Frontier led 41-19 at halftime. Katie Gentz had 10 points, seven rebounds and three steals for Colon. MaryJane Muntain...
VICKSBURG — An expected down-to-the-wire battle between Wolverine Conference girls’ basketball South Division rivals Three Rivers and Vicksburg never materialized. Three Rivers’ quickness and defensive pressure buried Vicksburg’s junior-dominated squad as the visiting Lady Cats rolled to an...
Hop on your bike in Three Rivers and head east. Pedal 112 miles. Now, dismount and run a marathon—26.2 miles. Welcome to Chicago. That is, if you’re still standing. Perhaps the 2.4-mile swim in one of the area’s pristine lakes tuckered you out so you couldn’t quite finish. Well, at least you didn’t...
THREE RIVERS — A threat discovered at Three Rivers Middle School Thursday has led to a middle school student being removed from school and facing disciplinary action. According to a letter from Three Rivers Community Schools Superintendent Ron Moag, during routine cleaning by custodial staff...
William A. Baltz Special to the Commercial-News Name: Jodie Walker Age: 38 Status: Single, no children Occupation: Owner of Jaywalker Restaurant Avg. Hours exercise per week: 7-12 Motto: There is no try. You do or you don’t. Just do it! “I was getting beat up badly by other swimmers—lots of them on...
Robert Tomlinson Staff Writer THREE RIVERS — The annual holiday variety show for the Three Rivers Community Players, Make We Merry, returns tonight and Sunday to the Three Rivers High School Performing Arts Center stage. The show, which has been going on for more than 30 years, features a multitude...
Ask anyone who has competed in a triathlon the most challenging leg of the race and chances are they will tell you the swim, especially if it’s 2.4-miles—the Ironman requirement—in a choppy ocean where any number of sea creatures might be lurking. “There’s a big difference between swimming in a...
THREE RIVERS - Jodie Walker, Tammy Shuler, Kathy Griffin and Bridget Griffioen. Four dynamic Women on the Go. They may be on the smaller side in physical stature—but are ginormous in athletic abilities, drive and perseverance.   These are not fair weather women, either. They train in the cold and...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Road Commission board approved a resolution for Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance rates for 2020 during their regular meeting Wednesday. Road Commission Managing Director John Lindsey said the road commission was “hit hard” with the rates this year, which...
FABIUS TOWNSHIP — The Corey Lake Intercounty Drain Drainage Board took the next step toward providing improvements and maintenance on the drain and deemed a potential project to do so a necessity during a public hearing at the Fabius Township Hall Wednesday. Residents of both Fabius and Newberg...

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