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Jonathan Ortiz, 6, of Sturgis, gets a large bag of candy from Paul VanBriggle during Thurston Woods Village’s trick-or-treating on Monday, Oct. 31. The annual event was moved outside due to construction at the facility.  
(From left) Kaylob Smith, 2, Kylee Masters, 9, Porshiah Smith, 11 and Ashton Smith, 10, all of Three Rivers, participated in the 10th Annual TRAM Coat Giveaway at Riviera Theatre in downtown Three Rivers on Saturday, Oct. 29. TRAM gave away 150 of the 250 items donated for Saturday’s event, which...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Public Library board members at their meeting Tuesday, Oct. 25 continued to discuss the matter of library location and design. The city has been looking at possible buildings as alternate homes for the library. The former Whitehouse Manufacturing building at the...
NOVI — On Thursday, Oct. 20, Three Rivers High School principal Carrie Balk, science teacher Nicole Karle and social studies teacher Matt Sackrider, along with St. Joseph County Intermediate School District school psychologist Bob Brooks presented about Positive School Climate at the AdvancED...
Walker VanZile, 3, of Marcellus, has a ball in the “Farmers Pinata” — a wagon loaded with dried corn where children could search for candy — at the Bullseye Marketplace Customer Appreciation Day Saturday, Oct. 29. The store gave away donuts, offered specials and a Three Rivers fire truck was on...
Participating in the Halloween costume contest at the Three Rivers senior center Friday, Oct. 28 were, from left, Brenda McClain of Three Rivers, Donna Weller of White Pigeon, Mary Bennett of Three Rivers (second place), Carol Domanski of Three Rivers (first place), Beverly Peoples of Constantine,...
Bridget Griffioen's fifth-graders at Hoppin Elementary make Day of the Dead crafts during their fall harvest party Friday, Oct. 28.Commercial-News/Katie Dye  
Howardsville Christian School first-grader Jillian Manier aims to shoot the puck through the open mouth of the pumpkin during the school’s elementary harvest party Friday, Oct. 28.Commercial-News/Elena Meadow
Sharing what’s available - Tom Ayers, Family Independence Manager, and Patricia Pantoja, Migrant Program Specialist, tell members of the St. Joseph County Department of Human Services board about the migrant program. Commercial-News/Elena Meadows
CENTREVILLE — Patricia Pantoja, Migrant Program Specialist, and Family Independence Manager Tom Ayers came to the St. Joseph County Department of Health and Human Services board Tuesday, Oct. 25 to talk about their services and let them know that someone is available to help migrant workers in St....

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