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MENDON TOWNSHIP — The Michigan State Police Marshall Post, White Pigeon Detachment is investigating a 36-year-old Sturgis man suspected of operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs and delivery of illegal narcotics. Troopers were dispatched to a suspicious vehicle parked in a cornfield off...
After four months of bridge construction, M-86 over the Prairie River between Centreville and Nottawa is now open to the public. According to the Michigan Department of Transportation, the new, 104-foot bridge will be the first MDOT bridge to use carbon fiber composite strand reinforcement in the...
Heidi Alexander and her father Arnold Alexander, both of Three Rivers, play a flute and piano duet of “We Gather Together” for Bowman Place Senior Living’s Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, Nov. 17. Residents dined on turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, beans and pie.
Fabius Park Fire Department fire personnel went shopping Tuesday, Nov. 22 for Thanksgiving turkeys with trimmings for two families in each of Fabius, Park and Flowerfield townships. They were delivered Wednesday night in time for Thursday’s meal. FPFD works with the Department of Health and Human...
WHITE PIGEON — Northwood University is the next destination for White Pigeon High School senior academic and boys’ golf standout Jordan Olsen. Olsen officially signed a national letter of intent to attend the NCAA Division II school where he will join his older brother Riley Olsen as a member of...
Park Elementary first-grader Summer Sove cuts out a turkey she colored as part of an art class project on Tuesday, Nov. 22, the last day of school before Thanksgiving break.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers superintendent Jean Logan reported at the Monday, Nov. 21 school board meeting that the district had looked at the possible expansion of Barrows for use for the pre-kindergarten program, but if that happened, it would require a significant investment for lead abatement...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers school board Monday, Nov. 21, presented its 2016 evaluation of superintendent Jean Logan, giving her a combined overall rating of “Effective.” According to board president Pete Bennett, the board used the Michigan Association of School Boards tool which included a...
Megan Parr serves food for herself and daughter Bella Parr, a member of the Young 5’s class at Andrews Elementary, during the Young 5’s and kindergarten Family Feast held Tuesday, Nov. 22 at the school. Families brought in their favorite Thanksgiving foods to share.
MENDON — The Mendon Community Schools Board of Education Monday approved a resolution to support the formation of a new high school athletic conference tentatively named the Southwest 10 (SW10).   The conference, which could be formed as soon as Fall 2017, would include Bangor, Bloomingdale,...

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