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Three Rivers police chief Tom Bringman introduced four recently promoted members of the Three Rivers Police Department. Pictured from left are Sgt. Matt Stark, promoted in June 2017, Detective Elaine Smith, promoted in December 2016, Sgt. Matthew Kilbourn, promoted in March 2016, and Sgt. Sam...
Mrs. Lisa Dee McWatters, age 38, of Three Rivers, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2017. She was born in South Bend, Ind. on April 25, 1979 the daughter of Frank and Eva (Richter) Homan. Lisa loved the outdoors and spent a lot of time kayaking and camping. Her love for nature was...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners Tuesday approved a resolution opposing the passage and enactment of Senate Bill 386 of 2017 on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The resolution states that the bill would “undermine the process for collecting delinquent real property taxes by: (1)...
CONSTANTINE — The Constantine Village council studied a rough draft of an ordinance to amend the village code to provide for the licensing and regulation of medical marijuana facilities within the village, as permitted under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Licensing Act, at a Monday, Sept. 18...
CENTREVILLE —Teresa Belote, St. Joseph County Intermediate School District superintendent, gave a presentation on seclusion and restraint procedures, which were recently relayed to the entire staff via a similar presentation, to the ISD Board of Education on Monday, Sept. 18. Belote said the staff...
The past week it was Assisted Living week in the Villa at Thurston Woods Village. Each day Amber Kline featured a new science project that was enjoyed by the residents. Pictured is Alice Marvin making a volcano. Photo provided
CONSTANTINE — Mary Jo Sprunger, owner of The Potting Shed, spoke about succulents to members of Meek’s Mill Garden Club (MMGC) at a Tuesday, Sept. 12 meeting. “Succulents are plants that have telltale fleshy leaves, usually to retain water in arid climates or soil conditions. They first cropped up...
WHITE PIGEON — Glen Oaks Community College unveiled a historical marker in White Pigeon on Monday, Sept. 18, to mark the site where the college’s first classes took place 50 years ago. The college’s first chairman Norman Haas and current chairman Bruce Gosling, whose father David Gosling was Glen...
Faith, three-year-old standard poodle, poses with her trainer 10-year-old Kenzie Horning during the dog show at the St. Joseph County Grange Fair on Saturday, Sept. 16. Commercial-News/Samantha May

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