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CENTREVILLE — St. Joseph County commissioners, township officials and road commission staff had the chance to tour the renovated St. Joseph County Road Commission headquarters in Centreville during an open house held there Tuesday, Jan. 24. The 1963 office building was recently updated and an...
KALAMAZOO — The Three Rivers Marketing students once again set a new record at DECA Districts at Kalamazoo Valley Community College on Friday, Jan. 20, bringing home 87 medals, surpassing the last record of 70. Thirty-two individuals qualified for DECA State in Detroit, March 10-12. “Each and...
THREE RIVERS — Next year, Hoppin Elementary will be a “Leader in Me” school, with the goal of having students take ownership of their learning and themselves, to become leaders, to make a difference and to work together to achieve a common goal. In that spirit, magician “Mr. Jim” Merrills came to...
CENTREVILLE — A forum will be held to gather community input about Centreville Public Schools’ ongoing superintendent search, Superintendent Rob Kuhlman reported at the Centreville Board of Education meeting Monday. Kuhlman said Rod Green, who is assisting Centreville with its search, as well as...
THREE RIVERS — As winter continues in the Three Rivers area, a group of hardworking volunteers has already begun to plan the 61st 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,...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers officers stopped a vehicle for a minor traffic violation at S. Constantine and Millard streets Sunday, Jan. 22. During the traffic stop, officers identified three occupants and observed behavior that led to a narcotics investigation. During the stop a 30-year-old Elkhart...
CONSTANTINE — Attorney Howard Bush talked about a ladybird deed at a Tuesday, Jan. 17 meeting of Constantine Rotary. He serves as attorney for the village as Constantine. Bush said a ladybird deed is not a deed, but a term that describes transferring real property by a warranty or quit-claim deed...
Tristen Merritt, a student in Laura Telsworth’s class at Constantine Middle School holds a snowman, a craft he made out of a salt shaker. Merritt filled it with beads, put a styrofoam ball on it, decorated it, and added a scarf and a hat. Ida Bucholtz, Sharon Juday, Nancy Schmidtendorff and Angie...
Janet Rose Martin of Silver Springs, Md. (formerly of Three Rivers), Peggy Chapin and Mary Kay Todd of Three Rivers are pictured while in Washington D.C. this past weekend. Todd reports: A number of Three Rivers women along with others from all over the United States participated in the Women’s...
STURGIS — Due to a loss of pressure in the City of Sturgis water supply, bacterial contamination may have occurred in the water system. Bacteria are generally not harmful and are common throughout our environment. Corrective measures are currently being undertaken to correct the situation. These...

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