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The St. Joseph County Commission on Aging celebrated the one-year anniversary of the opening of the Sturgis Enrichment Center on Tuesday, April 11. Seniors and other guests were treated to cake and ice cream, and Executive Director Tim Stoll spoke about the growth that has taken place at the Center...
Brad Bloom of Plainwell Antiques examines a Trippensee Planetarium that he valued at “$600 to $800” in today’s market during the Library Antique Roadshow at Nottawa Township Library in Centreville on Saturday, April 15.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Community Schools superintendent Jean Logan gave school board members an update on the 2016-17 action agenda during their meeting Monday, April 17. Under curriculum and instruction, she said that implementing a kindergarten screener for early childhood was in process;...
THREE RIVERS — With the retirement of Three Rivers Community Schools curriculum director Judy Wordelman, Three Rivers superintendent Jean Logan recommended to the school board at its meeting Monday, April 17, that they consider current Three Rivers Middle School principal Nikki Nash for the...
The Three Rivers Lions Club has awarded three scholarships to TRHS graduating seniors.  Pictured are Rheanna Graver ($1,000), Serena Solis ($500), Lion Richard Shultz and Leah Crooks ($1,000).
THREE RIVERS — Pete Leverentz, a resident of Fisher Lake, practices the art of chainsaw carving, a fast-growing form of art that combines the modern technology of the chainsaw, with the ancient art of woodcarving. Chainsaw carving could be misconstrued as largely performance art because of the...
Angela Perley and the Howlin’ Moons performed at the Riviera Theatre Bar in downtown Three Rivers on Saturday, April 15. Thirty-eight people watched the performance of the band that blends “rock & roll and dreamy psychedelia,” and sports a wide array of influences from David Gilmour and Tom...
Children in the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD) class at St. Joseph Catholic Church in White Pigeon dressed as disciples to reenact the Last Supper. They also followed a donkey with Christ, and waved palm branches on Palm Sunday, April 9. The four canonical Gospels all state that the Last...
The Glen Oaks Presidential Scholars were announced this week and invited to attend the Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday, April 13 in Centreville. They are: Carly Kyle, Burr Oak; Rebert Frederick, Centreville; Daniel Alva, Colon; Brooke VanZoest, Mendon; Nathan Moore...
THREE RIVERS — The Brandenburg Concert, a group of community-based a cappella singers from southwestern Michigan and northern Indiana, will present their spring public concert, Da Capo ~ from the Beginning, on Sunday, April 23. The concert will be held at 3 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church at...

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