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CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Commission has decided that besides roads, its priorities are remodeling of the courts building and of the jail kitchen. As such, county administrator Pat Yoder will direct his efforts into researching those matters. During the commissioners’ work session...
STURGIS — The St. Joseph County Commission on Aging Advisory Board Wednesday voted in favor of conducting a feasibility study for PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly), as well as obtaining pre-PACE application consulting work for a combined cost of $24,000. The feasibility study...
Marge Geegan holds a mat she crocheted out of plastic grocery sacks. Geegan, and other COA members and visitors, crocheted the mats for the homeless on Wednesday, March 8 at the Commission on Aging site in Three Rivers. A number of them were sent to Kalamazoo for possible use at the Martin Luther...
CENTREVILLE — Noel had “no reason to trust anyone,” but “never once has this dog acted cross,” Dr. Suzanne Lee of Lake Area Veterinary Group reported to the St. Joseph County Animal Control Advisory Board at their meeting Wednesday, March 15. The approximately five-year-old pit bull mix warmed the...
CENTREVILLE — St. Joseph County Commission on Aging executive director Tim Stoll has been directed by St. Joseph County commissioners to get preliminary numbers on building a senior center out by Meyer Broadway Park. During commissioners’ work session Wednesday, March 15 at which they were...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Conservation District, whose initiatives include river cleanups, lake monitoring, river quality studies, salmon in the classroom, a pollinator garden, the ReLEAF tree planting project, fifth grade conservation days, and education and presentations, held its...
THREE RIVERS — St. Joseph County commissioners will revisit their meeting time following statistics presented by commission chairperson Al Balog during their executive committee meeting Wednesday, March 15. They had changed it from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on a trial basis in an effort to see if more...
Northern Construction Services Corporation has begun reconstruction of S. Lincoln Avenue from Broadway to Millard streets. They will be replacing water main, sanitary sewer, and portions of the storm sewer, as well as curb and roadway surface (asphalt). Work is planned to end Nov. 15. During...
Hoppin Elementary first-graders (from left) Renna Caswell, Kamelia Wood, Destiny Schlosser and Landon Edwards work together on a “9-1-1 Quiz” brought by Angie Guthrie, dispatch supervisor from St. Joseph County E-911 Central Dispatch, to the school Tuesday, March 14. She provided the children with...
MENDON — The Mendon Village Council passed a resolution Tuesday to adopt its 2017-18 general fund budget following a public hearing, with expenditures of $444,690.04, revenues of $593,075.04 and an excess of $177,640. In other business, the Council voted 6-1 in favor of a proposal from Fisher...

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