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STURGIS — A 25-year-old male is currently being lodged at St. Joseph County Jail after attacking two people with a machete at the Meijer Gas Station in Sturgis on Thursday evening, according to the Sturgis Police Department. Around 11:35 p.m. on Thursday, July 19, officers were dispatched to the...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority board of directors decided by consensus to recommend four applicants to City Manager Joe Bippus and the Three Rivers city commission, after meeting with six prospective board members during a special meeting held at Venue 45 on Friday,...
THREE RIVERS — The Animal Rescue Fund (ARF) will provide dogs with a full spa treatment, including a complete wash, nail trimming and ear cleaning, during its annual Doggy Wash on Saturday, Aug. 4 at the Tractor Supply Company in Three Rivers from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ARF President Loralee Knepper...
COLON — Magic Week isn’t just another community festival. It’s a full-fledged holiday that many families go to for a family meal and to mingle with the top-of-the line magicians flooding Colon. The Magic Dinner at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church of Colon is traditionally the place most chose to include...
MILTON TOWNSHIP — A 40-year-old Niles resident was transported to a hospital after sustaining minor injuries in a two-car crash on Wednesday. Please see Thursday's print or e-edition for full article.
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County road commission discussed a safety grant application that would help fund potential roadwork at the intersection of Colon and Farrand Roads, and also considered applying for a state grant concerning the future of Langley Covered Bridge, during a regular meeting...
CONSTANTINE — The Constantine village council discussed instituting a new noise ordinance, at a Monday, July 16 council meeting. It would govern the use of fireworks. During time set aside for audience participation, Deb Painter and Susan Baldwin registered complaints about neighbors using...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Area Community Foundation presented a check in the amount of $175,000 to the City of Three Rivers to fund “additional improvements to the Three Rivers Sports Complex” during the Three Rivers city commission meeting on Tuesday, July 17. After accepting the grant, the...
STURGIS — A man is facing multiple charges, including larceny, drug possession, and resisting arrest after stealing a potted plant from a yard in Sturgis early Tuesday morning, according to the Sturgis Police Department.   Please see Wednesday's print or e-edition for full article.

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