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CENTREVILLE — Three sets of parents have promised to give a total of six children love, security, a home, the necessities of life and the best possible education, and indicated their desire that the relationship of parent and child be established between them and the children. “It is great to see...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers school board Monday, Nov. 21, voted 6-0 to remove the sinking fund from its agenda for the foreseeable future. Trustee Waneta Truckey was absent. The board had tentatively been planning to put a three-year, 1.95-mill request on the ballot for May’s election, but at...
Riviera Theatre Bar staff member Courtney Elder poses for a picture during the “Holiday Wine Tasting” at the Riviera Theatre in downtown Three Rivers on Friday, Nov. 18. Approximately 70 people attended the event, which featured 25 different types of wine and cider to sample and purchase, as well...
Austin Cole, a student in Laura Telsworth’s class at Constantine Middle School holds a Christmas ornament he made on Tuesday, Nov. 15, by putting glitter in a glass ball. Ida Bucholtz, Sharon Juday, Nancy Schmidtendorff and Angie Birdsall, members of Meek’s Mill Garden Club (MMGC) came in to do the...
Hoppin Elementary fourth-graders, including (front from left) Andrew Culver, Eric Dunham and Kylee Masters, play a game of “Ship Island” on the grounds of Camp Eberhart Friday, Nov. 18 at the conclusion of Fourth Grade Camp. Though Wednesday’s cancellation of school due to fog eliminated their rock...
THREE RIVERS — A community of nearly 4,500 people is “Helping the Animals of St Joe Co MI AC” through a Facebook page set up by Laura Barley of Three Rivers and Nancy Hunt of Three Rivers that shares photos of new animals at St. Joseph County Animal Control and gives updates on when they have been...
CENTREVILLE — Glen Oaks Community College received five bids Friday for its student housing project, with bids ranging from $5,149,535 to $5,841,330. The residence hall, which will be GOCC’s first on-campus dormitory, has a $6.5 million budget and is slated to house 108 beds. GOCC President David...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority Friday voted 6-1 to approve increasing Executive Director David Vago’s annual salary to $47,476, in order to meet the revised minimum salary and maintain the position as salary exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act that will take...
Park Elementary secretary Stacy O’Hara takes pictures of kindergarteners Lexi Pisco and Carsyn Evans with their grandmother Lisa Brunner of Three Rivers on Friday, Nov. 18 as part of Grandparents’ Day in the Three Rivers Community Schools. At far left is art teacher Richard Johnson.  
When Grace Beaudoin of Three Rivers celebrated her fourth birthday, “tons of people came” to the party. No one brought gifts for Grace, however. She asked that her birthday party guests bring food donations for the hungry people in Three Rivers. Grace and her mother Heather Beaudoin then delivered...

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