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CENTREVILLE — Fifty years ago, ground was broken in Centreville for the main building of Glen Oaks Community College. Its designer was well-known architect Gunnar Birkerts, who is now being celebrated at the school with a “Bold and Unadorned” display in the E.J. Shaheen Library where a Greet...
GRAND RAPIDS — Four Three Rivers band students joined a select group of instrumentalists Saturday, Jan. 21, participating in the Michigan School Band and Orchestra All-State Middle School Band and All-State High School Band held at DeVos Performance Hall. They went up Thursday for rehearsal every...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — Local law enforcement are investigating two incidents of breaking and entering that occurred Monday, Jan. 23. Around 8:06 p.m., St. Joseph County sheriff’s deputies responded to the 61000 block of Youngman Road in Fabius Township. Several electronic items were taken from the...
CONSTANTINE — There will be single-lane closures on US-131 Business Route (Washington Street) between Locust and Water streets in Constantine, for bridge repairs over the St. Joseph River from Wednesday, Jan. 25, through Friday, Feb. 24. The maximum width on the bridge during construction is 10...
LUDINGTON — The endangered missing advisory for Hailey Fargo, 2, of Mason County, has been cancelled. She has been found safe by Michigan State Police troopers.
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,...

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