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STURGIS — Roger Stanwick, keynote speaker for the St. Joseph and Cass County 21st annual Sanctity of Life dinner held Monday, Oct. 24 at Sturges-Young Auditorium, believes abortion is not only a women’s issue. It also affects men — with his own life being a case in point. “My first wife and I...
Members of the Constantine High School Art Club painted two scenes on windows in the front of Constantine Auto Parts & Hardware on Friday, Oct. 22 for Halloween. Students Kim Slusher, Elizabeth Hutchinson, Alexis Marcotte (front row) and Anastasia Minne, Jordan Knapp, Bali Williams, Jamie...
THREE RIVERS — Fifteen years ago, the city of Three Rivers had a 3.7-mill millage to pay for a sewer project expiring. The city commission asked its voters to continue paying this money for local street and sidewalk repair. Since then, there have been 17 miles of street reconstruction and 26 miles...
CENTREVILLE — Charles Rose, services program manager for the Jackson County Department of Health and Human Services, will serve as the interim director for the DHHS of Cass and St. Joseph counties beginning Nov. 7, following the resignation of Faith Keathley effective Nov. 4. He was introduced to...
STURGIS TOWNSHIP — An 82-year-old Sturgis man has died as a result of his injuries in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday, Oct. 25 around 2:57 p.m., according to the Michigan State Police Marshall Post, White Pigeon Detachment. A 2007 Chevrolet Impala driven by a 17-year-old male from Shipshewana, Ind....
COLDWATER — The Sturgis Municipal Wells Superfund Site was placed in the Superfund Program in 1984 for chemical contamination from the Kirsch Company impacting local drinking water wells. Today this superfund site is being re-evaluated for a new concern called vapor intrusion. Vapor intrusion...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — Two men are seeking election to the position of First District St. Joseph County Commissioner in the Nov. 8 election: Allen Balog, a Republican, and Cody Sharpe, a Democrat. First District includes Flowerfield and Fabius townships, and the city of Three Rivers. Balog, 60, of...
WHITE PIGEON — The boil water advisory for the village of White Pigeon that was put in place Friday has been lifted as of Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 4:15 p.m.
The Three Rivers C.A.R. Club presented nonperishable food items to the Burr Oak Food Site. Pictured from left to right are Arnold Alexander, Treasurer of C.A.R. Club; Bob Holt Co-Mgr. of the Burr Oak Food Site; Barbara Alexander, member of the C.A.R. Club; Pat Blosser, Co-Mgr. of the Burr Oak Food...
Students of the Month for September at Park Elementary are as follows: (front row from left) Henry Bobell, Brynn Copenhaver, Cale Cardona, Kaleb White, (middle row) Jak Monroe, Maya Ivins, Samantha Modaff, Karsen Keller, Cesar Rodriguez Delgado, Tyson Rohrer, (back row) Tara Smith, Gabrielle...

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