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As winter continues in the Three Rivers area, a group of hardworking volunteers has already begun to plan the 2019 63rd annual Three Rivers Water Festival. The annual event, considered by many to be the unofficial start of the summer season in Three Rivers, will run from noon Thursday, June 13,...
THREE RIVERS – World Fare hosted its “annual celebration of love and chocolate” on Saturday, Feb. 9 in downtown Three Rivers. Three Rivers chocolate lovers were tasked with picking their favorite dish among six superb entries during A Chocolate Affair 2019 including Lorie Minor’s chocolate...
A 46-year-old Centreville man is dead following a crash on I-94 in Portage around noon on Friday. The man, who was driving a Ford 250, was attempting to change lanes while traveling on eastbound I-94 near exit 76 for Westnedge Avenue when he lost control and struck a guardrail end. Upon striking...
There are New Year’s resolutions. And then there are life-changing commitments. Some 18 months ago, then 45-year-old Donald Stoner of Athens tipped the scales at 280 pounds—more than 100 pounds overweight for his height. He was taking medications to control high blood pressure, cholesterol and...
Three Rivers Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) remains steps ahead in preparing for an emergency situation with the purchase of a 30,000-pound generator. The 800-kilowatt generator was positioned on the site Thursday morning, and cost the plant nearly $1 million. With the generator, WWTP has the...
THREE RIVERS – The Three Rivers Community Schools Health Curriculum Committee hosted a parent health curriculum night to spread awareness of their goals to the district’s parents on Wednesday. Data is collected every other year from the MiPHY survey, (Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth), from...
PORTAGE – During a press conference Tuesday, Talons Out announced effective immediately, they will begin accepting Vietnam Era Veteran applications. Bobbie Bradley, President of Talons Out shared that their primary focus will continue to be World War II Veterans and Korean War Veterans, however,...
THREE RIVERS – The Twin County Community Probation Center will no longer seek approval from the City of Three Rivers to establish a parolee group home at its 308 S. Main St. property, following the adoption of a parolee group housing ordinance during Tuesday’s city commission meeting. In an...
CENTREVILLE – Students at Glen Oaks Community College have the opportunity to collect non-perishable, frozen, and refrigerated food and drinks, as well as toiletries and personal care items, at the college’s campus cupboard. Academic Counselor and Coordinator Karen Webber, along with April Yost,...
Police Chief/Village Manager Mark Honeysett told the village council at a Monday, Feb. 4 meeting that over the next several weeks 11 medical marijuana permits granted a year ago will be expiring, and asked the council if they had any criteria for renewing the permits. Honeysett recommended while...

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