Photo Provided - The Three Rivers High School Symphony Band practices on the DeVos Performance Hall stage in Grand Rapids ahead of their performance at the Michigan Music Conference on Friday, Jan. 17. It was the first time in school history the band has performed at the conference, which brings together K-12 music professionals from around the state and has been going on for 15 years.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers High School Symphony Band made school history last weekend, performing at the prestigious Michigan Music Conference at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids for the first time ever.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Four-year-old Reece Baker (left) was reunited with his older brother, 20-year-old Army Specialist Alexandar McDaniel (right) during a surprise reunion at his Mendon Elementary School Great Start Readiness Program classroom Thursday morning. McDaniel said the surprise had been in the works for the last few weeks between him, his mom, school administration, and Reece’s teachers.
MENDON — A local preschooler got the surprise of a lifetime during class at Mendon Elementary School Thursday.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - MDOT will hold an open house on Feb. 4 to discuss the possibility of reducing the US-131 Business Route bridge on Washington Street from four lanes to two lanes as part of an overall road and bridge reconstruction project slated for 2021.
CONSTANTINE — The Michigan Department of Transportation announced they will be hosting an ope
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Current St. Joseph County Undersheriff Mark Lillywhite (left) was sworn in Tuesday as the new St. Joseph County Sheriff by County Clerk Lindsay Oswald (right) in a ceremony at the Historical Courthouse in Centreville. Lillywhite, who begins his new position Jan. 31, will be serving the last 11 months of former Sheriff Bradley Balk’s term, and is on the November ballot for re-election.
CENTREVILLE — In front of a packed crowd of local officials, family members, the community and sheriffs from surrounding counties, Mark Lillywhite was sworn in as St.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Randy Louise Doan stands next to her watercolor painting, “It Takes A Village,” which won Best of Show 2D at a reception for the Carnegie Center’s 2020 Regional Juried Arts competition and exhibit Sunday. Almost 200 pieces from over 100 area artists were on display at the show, which runs through Feb. 19.
THREE RIVERS — The Carnegie Center for the Arts held a reception for its 2020 Regional Juried Arts competition and exhibit Sunday.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Paul Lippens, director of urban design and mobility for McKenna Associates, listens to resident input during a focus group and public input event for the Three Rivers master plan Monday at Three Rivers City Hall.
THREE RIVERS — Members of the Three Rivers community gathered at Three Rivers City Hall Monday, giving their input to help shape the future of the city.
Photo Provided - The Three Rivers High School Symphony Band practices on the DeVos Performance Hall stage in Grand Rapids ahead of their performance at the Michigan Music Conference on Friday, Jan. 17. It was the first time in school history the band has performed at the conference, which brings together K-12 music professionals from around the state and has been going on for 15 years.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Four-year-old Reece Baker (left) was reunited with his older brother, 20-year-old Army Specialist Alexandar McDaniel (right) during a surprise reunion at his Mendon Elementary School Great Start Readiness Program classroom Thursday morning. McDaniel said the surprise had been in the works for the last few weeks between him, his mom, school administration, and Reece’s teachers.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - MDOT will hold an open house on Feb. 4 to discuss the possibility of reducing the US-131 Business Route bridge on Washington Street from four lanes to two lanes as part of an overall road and bridge reconstruction project slated for 2021.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Current St. Joseph County Undersheriff Mark Lillywhite (left) was sworn in Tuesday as the new St. Joseph County Sheriff by County Clerk Lindsay Oswald (right) in a ceremony at the Historical Courthouse in Centreville. Lillywhite, who begins his new position Jan. 31, will be serving the last 11 months of former Sheriff Bradley Balk’s term, and is on the November ballot for re-election.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Randy Louise Doan stands next to her watercolor painting, “It Takes A Village,” which won Best of Show 2D at a reception for the Carnegie Center’s 2020 Regional Juried Arts competition and exhibit Sunday. Almost 200 pieces from over 100 area artists were on display at the show, which runs through Feb. 19.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Paul Lippens, director of urban design and mobility for McKenna Associates, listens to resident input during a focus group and public input event for the Three Rivers master plan Monday at Three Rivers City Hall.
Photo courtesy Michigan State Police - Officers from the Southwest Enforcement Team found a bevy of illegal drugs and $1,000 in cash while executing a search warrant at a Three Rivers apartment Saturday.
THREE RIVERS — An investigation conducted by the Three Rivers Police Department and the Southwest Enforcement Team (SWET) culminated with the execution of a search warrant in Three Rivers on Saturday afternoon. According to the Michigan State Police, officers from TRPD were dispatched to the River...
Wrestling Constantine, Mendon at Quincy Invitational, 9:30 p.m. Schoolcraft, Colon at Kalamazoo Central Invitational, 9 a.m. Bowling Mattawan at Three Rivers, South Lanes, noon Competitive Cheer Three Rivers at Michigan Center Invitational, noon White Pigeon at Delton-Kellogg Invitational, 9:30 a.m...
CENTREVILLE — Tyler McNeil, 21, of Dowagiac was sentenced Friday in St. Joseph County Circuit Court for his role in the death of 41-year-old Kevin Johnson, a Kentucky truck driver who was shot and killed in Flowerfield Township in the early morning hours of Nov. 15, 2018. As part of a plea...
Photo Provided - The Three Rivers High School Symphony Band practices on the DeVos Performance Hall stage in Grand Rapids ahead of their performance at the Michigan Music Conference on Friday, Jan. 17. It was the first time in school history the band has performed at the conference, which brings together K-12 music professionals from around the state and has been going on for 15 years.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers High School Symphony Band made school history last weekend, performing at the prestigious Michigan Music Conference at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids for the first time ever. The band was one of six high school bands and eight overall to perform on the DeVos Performance...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Four-year-old Reece Baker (left) was reunited with his older brother, 20-year-old Army Specialist Alexandar McDaniel (right) during a surprise reunion at his Mendon Elementary School Great Start Readiness Program classroom Thursday morning. McDaniel said the surprise had been in the works for the last few weeks between him, his mom, school administration, and Reece’s teachers.
MENDON — A local preschooler got the surprise of a lifetime during class at Mendon Elementary School Thursday. Four-year-old Reece Baker was reunited with his 20-year-old brother Alexandar McDaniel, who just recently returned home after 10 months away as a specialist with the United States Army,...
Wrestling White Pigeon at Comstock Invitational, 4 p.m. Girls’ basketball Three Rivers at Dowagiac, 5:45 p.m. Marcellus at Cassopolis, 6 p.m. Galesburg-Augusta at Constantine, 6 p.m. Schoolcraft at Delton-Kellogg, 6 p.m. Boys’ basketball Three Rivers at Dowagiac, 7:15 p.m. Marcellus at Cassopolis,...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams both picked up home victories on Ken Schuler Court Wednesday over Western Conference rival Kalamazoo Valley Community College. Glen Oaks picked up a thrilling 73-69 win over KVCC in the women’s game, while the Vikings...
PAW PAW — The Three Rivers varsity competitive cheer team finished eighth Wednesday in the second Wolverine Conference Jamboree held in Paw Paw. Three Rivers finished round one with a score of 192.9 followed by a 169.5 total in round two and scored 240.6 in the third round for a final team score of...
DOWAGIAC — The Three Rivers wrestling team dropped a pair of Wolverine Conference matches Wednesday to league powerhouses Dowagiac and Edwardsburg. The Wildcats fell to host Dowagiac 84-0 and Edwardsburg 82-0. Three Rivers returns to action next Wednesday in Sturgis against Wolverine Conference...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - MDOT will hold an open house on Feb. 4 to discuss the possibility of reducing the US-131 Business Route bridge on Washington Street from four lanes to two lanes as part of an overall road and bridge reconstruction project slated for 2021.
CONSTANTINE — The Michigan Department of Transportation announced they will be hosting an open house next month to discuss a potential project on the US-131 business route in Constantine. The open house, which will be held Tuesday, Feb. 4 from 6-8 p.m. at the Constantine Village Office on 115 White...

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