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THREE RIVERS — Wolverine Solutions Group, a subcontractor to a vendor Three Rivers Health uses for patient billing services, recently reported a data security incident that will affect over 8,000 Three Rivers Health patients, as well as 700 companies and 1.2 million individuals nationwide. The data...
THREE RIVERS — Riverside Church hosted a Voices of Hope and Recovery night on Thursday, Feb. 28, which focused on testimonials from people in the St. Joseph County area who were addicted to drugs and alcohol and, with help, got sober. The event was opened by a presentation by Barbara Howes,...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority met on Friday to discuss the 2019-20 operating budget that will be voted on in their meeting on April 5. During the discussion, multiple options were placed on the table for the budget, centered around how the new Executive Director...
THREE RIVERS – The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority will discuss its 2019-20 budget at their monthly Board of Directors meeting Friday, March 1, at 8 a.m. at the Three Rivers Chamber of Commerce office. The Board will be reviewing and drafting the proposed budget, along with the...
THREE RIVERS – Dennis Rumsey can still remember his first day in the WLKM studio when he was 16-years-old. “I was really nervous,” Rumsey said. “I remember the first song I played was ‘Ruby Don’t Take Your Love To Town’ by Kenny Rogers on a 45 rpm record. That afternoon we had a severe...
CENTREVILLE – The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners heard from Tim Stoll, executive director of the St. Joseph County Commission on Aging, at its executive meeting Wednesday about amending the COA’s budget. Stoll requested the county re-appropriate $17,000 back into the COA’s general fund,...
THREE RIVERS – The new executive director of Three Rivers Area Mentoring, Deb Leland, may be a familiar face in the community. After all, Leland said, she was “born and raised” in Three Rivers. Hired on Jan. 7, Leland, a graduate of Three Rivers High School, has a management and organizational...
THREE RIVERS – Asbestos and lead reports for the new Library building at 88 N. Main Street were discussed by Library Director Lynn Schofield-Dahl at the Three Rivers Public Library Board meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 26. Schofield-Dahl said she was “very pleased” there was no asbestos found in the...
CENTREVILLE – Centreville Public Schools Superintendent Stephanie Lemmer presented an update regarding the school district’s Strategic Plan at Monday’s Board of Education meeting. The plan, as presented by Lemmer, has five focus areas: Optimizing funds to accomplish more for students, providing...
CENTREVILLE – In a fiery address to the St. Joseph County Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services board, Tim Carmichael, board chairperson, assailed those who prepared a compliance policy complaint against him, then announced he was stepping down. “Effective at the end of this board...

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