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THREE RIVERS — The Light and Life Wesleyan Church in Three Rivers celebrated its 15th anniversary with special guest appearances from state and county officials on Sunday, June 24.   Please see Monday's print or e-edition for full article.
THREE RIVERS — The George Washington Carver Community Center hosted its second annual Neighborhood Block Party, featuring information booths from the Three Rivers Public Library, the United Community Assistance Program, and the St. Joseph County Literacy Council, on Saturday, June 23.   Please see...
THREE RIVERS — The City of Three Rivers issued a statement on Friday, June 22 in response to the submission of a petition requesting a referendum be placed on the ballot of an upcoming or special election, in which city residents would decide whether bonds requested by the Three Rivers city...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Summer Recreation program got underway this week at Ruth Hoppin Elementary, Andrews Elementary School, and Henry Barrows Elementary School. Please see Saturday's  print or e-edition for full article.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers city commission introduced a proposed solar farm ordinance, and a resolution for the long-term lease of approximately 10 acres of land located in the Three Rivers Airport Industrial Park following a public hearing on Tuesday, June 19. Please see Thursday's print or e...
THREE RIVERS — An eight-member Three Rivers Community Players cast will perform “Lend Me a Tenor,” a witty farce aimed to leave the audience giggling in their seats, directed by first-timer Toni Tole on the weekend of Friday, June 22 to Sunday, June 24, and then again on Friday, June 29 to Sunday,...
CENTREVILLE — Members of the St. Joseph County Road Commission praised the county’s road crew, including Director of Operations Michel Harris and Director of Fleet and Facilities John Lindsey, on a successful start to chip and seal season, as well as overall efficient use of new equipment during a...
CENTREVILLE – Students in the Glen Oaks Community College Automotive program are raising the bar when it comes to Automotive Service Excellence. Over a two year period, the CTE auto program has risen from the bottom 10 percent of the schools in the state into the top third, based on student test...
CONSTANTINE — The Constantine village council voted unanimously to purchase two parcels — 175 and 185 N. Washington St. (the former D&S Food Center-Gas Station, and an adjacent lot) at a Tuesday, June 18 council meeting.   Please see Wednesday's print or e-edition for full article.
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County board of commissioners authorized the placement of St. Joseph County Commission on Aging’s millage renewal request on the November 2018 special election ballot, during a meeting on Tuesday, June 19.   Please see Wednesday's print or e-edition for full article.

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