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Katie Coy, 16, of Three Rivers, holds a pumpkin-shaped cake she won Wednesday, Oct. 26 at Riverside Church’s third annual Fall Fest. More than 2,000 people came for the festivities, which included food, games, prizes and a lot of candy. Several other area churches and organizations have or will be...
CENTREVILLE — The Centreville Board of Education Monday approved the 2015-16 audit of Centreville Public Schools prepared by Willis & Jurasek. According to the audit report, the school district’s general fund saw a decrease in fund equity of $22,645 during the fiscal year ending on June 30,...
Jeff Gatton (second from left), president of Horizon Bank in Three Rivers, presents a check for $2,500 to the Three Rivers Health Foundation Wednesday, Oct. 26. Also pictured are TRH CEO Bill Russell, Foundation executive director Dave Casterline and TRH board president Larry Clark. “We are excited...
The USBC Bowl for a Cure event at South Lanes in Three Rivers on Saturday, Oct. 22 raised just over $1,000, with all proceeds benefiting the Southwest Michigan Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Navigation Program. The event featured a bake sale, door prizes donated by 35 local businesses and a...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Health has completed its 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and posted the results and implementation plan on its website. Through the CHNA process, the hospital has determined the top health needs of the community are: Obesity/ Physical Inactivity; Mental...
THREE RIVERS — Halloween is all about trick-or-treating for the kids, and for partygoers, finding a creative costume that “wows.” Some may wear decorative contact lenses as part of their costume. However, if these lenses are bought illegally and without a prescription from your eye doctor, they...
CENTREVILLE — “I am excited to see that the standard of promptness is 99 percent,” St. Joseph County Department of Health and Human Services board member Kelly Hostetler said at the board’s meeting Tuesday, Oct. 25, as she reviewed the local agency’s September statistics on the maximum time allowed...
SHERMAN TOWNSHIP (AP) — Neighbors say a 4-year-old girl who was killed by a dog at a home in southwestern Michigan was giving the animal a treat when it attacked. The St. Joseph County sheriff’s department identified the girl as Kiyana McNeal and told radio station WTVB that Kiyana’s mother had...
STURGIS — Roger Stanwick, keynote speaker for the St. Joseph and Cass County 21st annual Sanctity of Life dinner held Monday, Oct. 24 at Sturges-Young Auditorium, believes abortion is not only a women’s issue. It also affects men — with his own life being a case in point. “My first wife and I...
Members of the Constantine High School Art Club painted two scenes on windows in the front of Constantine Auto Parts & Hardware on Friday, Oct. 22 for Halloween. Students Kim Slusher, Elizabeth Hutchinson, Alexis Marcotte (front row) and Anastasia Minne, Jordan Knapp, Bali Williams, Jamie...

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