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CENTREVILLE — After Glen Oaks Community College biology professor Jeffery Hucko heard comments that students were choosing Advanced Placement classes over dual enrollment classes because AP classes would transfer to colleges and Glen Oaks’ classes wouldn’t, he decided to do his own research and...
LANSING — The Centreville FFA attended the State FFA Convention last week at Michigan State University. The activities that the students participated in and awards they received are as follows. Competing in talent: Andy Rambadt Playing in the state FFA Band: Sierra Hensell, Regan Monnett, Jacob...
FLOWERFIELD TOWNSHIP — The Flowerfield Township Board approved pay raises for its members Tuesday, March 14. The supervisor will now make $11,500, the clerk and treasurer $15,000, and each trustee $2,500. “It increased more than normal this year,” trustee Ron Shaver said, calling it a one-time...
CONSTANTINE — Members of the St. Joseph County Genealogical Society (SJCGS) continued to work on digitizing several volumes on loan from St. Joseph County Historical Society president Martha Starmann at a Saturday, March 11 SJCGS meeting. In May 2016, Starmann asked the group to preserve obituaries...
Following February’s Three Rivers Classic & Antique Restorers Club meeting, club member Don Carr (right) presents to Troy Andrews, White Pigeon Fire Chief, the food and non-perishable items donated by club members to the White Pigeon Food Pantry.
CENTREVILLE — Centreville superintendent candidate Tim Donahue has withdrawn. The board still plans to interview Stephanie Lemmer, director of Head Start at Kalamazoo RESA, at 9 a.m. Saturday and Corey Helgesen, superintendent at Litchfield, at 10:15 a.m. that day.
Helen Luegge, Lynn Zeiler, Suzie Guy (hidden) and Jerri Larkin from HealthTRAC do a zumba dance during the fifth annual Duster variety show put on by employees of Three Rivers Health as a benefit for the St. Joseph County United Way. Also participating in the Saturday, March 11 event at the Riviera...
LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP — The chairpeople of the Lockport Township planning commission, board of review and zoning board of appeals will each get an additional $10 per meeting on top of the $60 per meeting they already receive as board members, and board of review members and election workers will get a...
CONSTANTINE — Constantine schools superintendent Steve Wilson said at a Monday, March 13 school board meeting that he was very disappointed with a recent Intermediate School District decision. “We had our slots for the Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) taken from us, based on a decision by ISD...
DETROIT — Once again Three Rivers was well represented at the DECA State Conference, with six students qualifying to attend the National Career Development Conference in Anaheim, Calif. from April 24-29. Headed to nationals are Emily McClain in Principles of Hospitality; Izzy Taylor and Rheanna...

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