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FLOWERFIELD — Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Awards Ceremony and Celebration at Pineview Golf Club on Wednesday, Oct. 4. President and CEO of the chamber Christy Trammell announced the Leadership of St. Joseph County Graduating Class of 2017, and awarded an outstanding...
THREE RIVERS — This Friday evening various groups and members of the public will come together to backdate Three Rivers’ historic Main Street to the 1950s for a few hours. The festivities for the evening will be designed to help create an old-time feel, and classic car owners will be bringing their...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers mayor Tom Lowry said he is concerned with “excessive towing” in Three Rivers and its unintended consequences during the city commission meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Lowry said he recently spoke with St. Joseph County District Court Judge Jeffrey Middleton about towing in...
CONSTANTINE — “Stacking,” defined as an existing Michigan Medical Marijuana Licensing Act (MMMLA) licensee leasing to or operating for another MMMLA licensee, was brought up at a Monday, Oct. 2 Constantine village council meeting. At a Sept. 18 meeting, the council studied a rough draft drawn up...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Fire Department is giving away smoke and carbon monoxide detectors today from 3 to 5 p.m. in the department’s parking lot. Steve Meyer, manager at Servpro of St. Joseph and Cass County, said up to 500 smoke detectors would be available to residents for free, courtesy of...
STURGIS—The Amos Sturgis Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently met to participate in a tour of the Sturgis Depot Museum. Members enjoyed a guided tour by Bonnie Mort and LeeAnn McConnell, docents of the museum. The museum is a “jewel” in Sturgis and St. Joseph County,...
THREE RIVERS — Nikki Nash, Three Rivers Community Schools curriculum director, gave the Board of Education a curriculum update on Monday, Oct. 2, which included the implementation of a new math curriculum, Eureka, for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Nash said Eureka is “beyond just...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners approved the acceptance of four grants during its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 3. The board accepted a sobriety court grant in the amount of $18,679, a $15,000 drug court grant (renewal), an Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG...

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