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CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Republican Party discussed Michigan no-fault auto insurance reform with 59th District State Rep. Aaron Miller on Monday, July 24. Every owner of a car in the state of Michigan is required to purchase basic coverage for his or her vehicle, and it is against the...
THREE RIVERS — K & D Body Shop in Three Rivers is celebrating 40 years of business. Owner Brian Kaiser said his father and mother, Ken and Joanne Kaiser, originally owned the shop. His parents purchased the property back in 1978 and handed it down to Brian in 2003. Brian said he started...
THREE RIVERS — The Huss Project stuck to their core values of food, art and play, while hosting their 8th annual Huss Future Festival on Saturday, July 22. Julie Keefer, chairman of the Huss Future Fest, has been involved with the festival every year of the event’s operations. She said that...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Area Faith Community returned to the Huss Future Festival on Saturday, July 22, to host their Back to School Celebration for the third year in a row. Elder Diane Clay, member of the TRAFC, said the Back to School Celebration started 15 years ago as a way to give...
Enjoying a beautiful day on Fishers Lake aboard standup paddleboards, this class of participants, led by instructor Connie Leighton (foreground) is guided through a series of poses that encourage balance, strengthening and flexibility.  
After returning pop bottles to raise money, The Twin County Community Probation Center in Three Rivers presented a check to the Carnegie Center for the Arts, in order to be used as scholarships for students attending the Carnegie Center’s Summer Full of Art program. Pictured from left, Donna Grubbs...
KALAMAZOO (AP) — A 21-year-old man has been fatally shot in Kalamazoo near Western Michigan University’s campus. WOOD TV and MLive.com report that police found the man about 2:15 a.m. Saturday. He later died at a hospital and police say he is not believed to have been a student at the school....
KALAMAZOO (AP) — An educational app has been launched as part of a campaign to accurately portray the history of indigenous Native Americans in southwestern Michigan. The project is part of a $2.8 million campaign to make landscaping and infrastructure improvements to Bronson Park in Kalamazoo,...
CENTREVILLE — Several successes were acknowledged at the St. Joseph County Road Commission meeting on Thursday, July 20. Don Gloy, White Pigeon Township Supervisor, started the meeting on a positive note during the citizen comments section by thanking the board for the progress that has been made...
THREE RIVERS — President of the Kalamazoo Astronomical Society, Richard Bell, educated a group at the Three Rivers Public Library on Friday, July 21, about how the solar eclipse forms, what to view during the eclipse, and the safety precautions to keep in mind when doing so. This year, a total...

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