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The Three Rivers McDonald’s held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its grand re-opening on Friday, April 28 to celebrate completing renovations made to the building on West Michigan Avenue over the last several months.
JT Hack of Three Rivers dives back into first base safely on a pickoff attempt by Plainwell’s pitcher. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
Three Rivers’ leftfielder Summer Guthrie fields a line drive against Plainwell. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
Glen Oaks Community College sophomore softball player and leftfielder Madison Campbell (2) throws the ball back into the infield after picking up a line drive. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
KALAMAZOO — Friday’s Don Lukens Invitational hosted by Kalamazoo Loy-Norrix had the feel of a regional track and field meet. Three Rivers competed against a field that included 10 Division 1 schools and six Division 2 schools.
CENTREVILLE — Two St. Joseph County veterans will soon move into the county’s new Veterans’ Transition House near the Langley Covered Bridge thanks to the coordinated efforts of the county’s veterans' affairs office, county commissioners, Habitat for Humanity and a host of generous individuals and...
The Three Rivers McDonald’s held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its grand re-opening on Friday, April 28 to celebrate completing renovations made to the building on West Michigan Avenue over the last several months. Pictured are (from left) Chamber Ambassador Lisa Ludwig, Three Rivers High School...
JT Hack of Three Rivers dives back into first base safely on a pickoff attempt by Plainwell’s pitcher. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
Three Rivers’ leftfielder Summer Guthrie fields a line drive against Plainwell. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
Glen Oaks Community College sophomore softball player and leftfielder Madison Campbell (2) throws the ball back into the infield after picking up a line drive. Commercial-News/Scott Hassinger
KALAMAZOO — Friday’s Don Lukens Invitational hosted by Kalamazoo Loy-Norrix had the feel of a regional track and field meet. Three Rivers competed against a field that included 10 Division 1 schools and six Division 2 schools. Although the Wildcats finished in ninth place in the girls’ meet with...
CENTREVILLE— Glen Oaks Community College announces the promotion of Morgan Balcom to head women’s basketball coach. Balcom takes the reigns as the new head women’s basketball coach after Michael Mosley stepped down from the position in early February. Balcom has fielded the head coaching...
CONSTANTINE — Constantine’s Cassie McNamara made a big splash her freshman season on the high school girls’ track and field scene. McNamara, now a sophomore, broke Constantine’s school record in the 300-meter hurdles last spring, with a time of 47.0. She qualified for the Division 3 state meet in...
(From left) Bev Andrews, Dawn Wood and Patricia Morgenstern of Glen Oaks Community College eat lunch during the Administrative Professionals Luncheon hosted by The Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce at First Presbyterian Church in Three Rivers on Wednesday, April 26. The Kellogg Community Credit...
CENTREVILLE — Flooding and a last minute location change weren’t enough to stop the 50th Annual Fourth Grade Conservation Tour this week. The tours have traditionally been at Covered Bridge Park in Centreville but this year the tour was scheduled to take place at Rawson’s King Mill County Park in...

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