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THREE RIVERS — The Carnegie Center for the Arts in downtown Three Rivers: provider of music, art of all kinds, plays, children’s programs and adult classes.   Please see Saturday's  print or e-edition for full article.
SCHOOLCRAFT — Since January 2018, the Schoolcraft Fourth of July planning committee has met once a month and have gone above-and-beyond to plan a schedule packed full of celebrations for everyone, including an approximate $8,000 firework show, a parade featuring its Grand Marshall, candidates for...
THREE RIVERS — A group of over 40 elementary aged soccer players are attending this week’s Three Rivers Soccer Camp. The camp is being directed by Three Rivers varsity head boys’ and girls’ coach Travis Shubnell with assistance from several players on the Wildcats’ varsity boys’ and girls’ teams....
THREE RIVERS — Preparations for the ninth annual Huss Future Festival, set to take place at The Huss Project on Saturday, July 21, are underway with help from volunteers and members of the community.     Please see Thursday's print or e-edition for full article.
Over the course of three hours on Tuesday, June 26, K9 Jake assisted the Three Rivers Police Department in three separate incidents, leading to two arrests and the recovery of a severed electronic monitoring device. LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP — At approximately 12:37 p.m. Tuesday, K9 Jake was requested...
KALAMAZOO COUNTY — Robert Wayne Neidlinger, 57, of Three Rivers died in a fatal crash at the intersection of Mercury Drive and East Michigan Avenue in Kalamazoo County around 7 p.m. on Friday, June 22. According to authorities, a car headed east on East Michigan Avenue drove into the intersection...
CENTREVILLE — Centreville Public Schools’ Board of Education evaluated its superintendent Stephanie Lemmer with an “effective” score after her first year in the district on Monday, June 25.   Please see Wednesday's print or e-edition for full article.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers High School opened its free store for one day on Monday, June 25, with summer clothing and other various items up for grabs.   Please see Tuesday's print or e-edition for full article.
THREE RIVERS — Throughout the summer children who are 18 or younger can receive a free and healthy bagged lunch as a part of the Free Summer Feeding Program, or Meet Up and Eat Up, sponsored by Three Rivers Community Schools.   Please see Tuesday's print or e-edition for full article.


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