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CONSTANTINE — The Memorial Day parade held on Monday in Constantine began with a ceremony on the US-131 bridge downtown, to honor those lost at sea. American Legion Post 223 chaplain Jon Mieras said, “America’s fallen heroes will not be forgotten.” A symbolic red, white and blue garland was...
THREE RIVERS — A stone urn located at Riverside Cemetery in Three Rivers was completely restored this month, after taking damage from a truck accident a few years back. Riverside Cemetery volunteer Dave Buckhold said he, along sexton Richard Clements, were happy to be a part of the project,...
MARCELLUS TOWNSHIP — “Play the Game” is the motto of the 1st Battalion (Mechanized), 50th Infantry, which served with distinction in Vietnam during the war that ended there more than 40 years ago. One of the more intriguing mottos of a United States military unit, it stems from a line in a poem...
THREE RIVERS — Walther Farms heads into their ninth year with the Paw Pack Program. The program is designed to supply students with food over the weekend, in order to prevent them from coming to school hungry on Monday. “(Students) are given breakfast and lunch in school during the week, but on...
THREE RIVERS — The Lucky Dutch, an American-Roots rock band from Illinois, promises to provide its audience with an honest and personal narrative, when it performs at the Riviera Theatre on Saturday, June 3. The band was formed in Chicago in 2008 by guitarist Nathan Graham and singer Claire...
CENTREVILLE — After a two-month search, the St. Joseph County Literacy Council has hired John David (JD) Yoder as its new executive director. Yoder, who will start on June 1, has extensive experience working with non-profits, according to SJCLC President Ron Hooker. “(Yoder) has years of...
THREE RIVERS — Barrows School Wednesday hosted a “Chalk Out” event to spread awareness that preschoolers are in the area. “We are trying to chalk around the school, so people know preschoolers are here. So here we are,” preschool teacher and program director Hillary Harris said. Sixty-four...
STURGIS — After a 30-minute closed session, the St. Joseph County Commission on Aging (SJCCOA) advisory board agreed to not make a decision on a potential real estate purchase in Three Rivers. “When we are discussing a possible real estate purchase, we have the right to go into a closed session...
Undersheriff Mark Lillywhite, of the St. Joseph County Sherriff’s Office, left, and St. Joseph County United Way Executive Director Kelly Hostetler pose for a photo on the No. 1 tee at St. Joseph Valley Golf Club, during the United Way’s annual golf-fundraiser. According to Hostetler, over 100...
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