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CONSTANTINE — Current Constantine village president Pat Weiss, who had been seeking re-election in a contested race, emailed the Commercial-News Monday to say that “for personal reasons, I am withdrawing my candidacy for Constantine Village President. I sincerely endorse Gary Mathers for this...
THREE RIVERS — “While Horizon Bank is consolidating our two Three Rivers offices, the community can feel at ease that we are committed to Three Rivers by the major renovations that we are making to the office on Michigan Avenue,” Jeff Gatton, Horizon Bank Market President, Southeast Michigan said...
CASSOPOLIS — The Cass County Prosecutor wishes to remind the community that it is a criminal offense to steal or damage political signs, and that those who do so subject themselves to criminal prosecution including possible incarceration. Prosecutor Fitz indicates that every political season signs...
Adam Dumont, 7, Aaron Dumont, 14, Tim Dumont and Alysa Dumont, 10, all of Three Rivers, get ready to eat hot dogs as part of the annual Hallo-weenie Roast held at the Scidmore Park Petting Zoo barn on Monday, Oct. 31. Representatives of Three Rivers city staff, petting zoo and Park Board served...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Police Department Detective Sergeant Mike Mohney talked about the war against drugs in St. Joseph County, on Tuesday, Oct. 25 to members of Constantine Rotary. He has 30 years experience as an officer. Mohney brought along an educational kit with a sample of drugs seized...
CENTREVILLE — Ramona Metzger, among those who helped start St. Joseph County Central Dispatch, has retired after nearly 24 years with the agency. In the beginning, every municipality in the county dispatched their own emergency services personnel. But the advent of Central Dispatch brought that...
(From left) Jackson Palmer, 7, Parker Bingaman, 8 and Peyton Bingaman, 7, all of Three Rivers, participated in trunk or treat at Light and Life Wesleyan Church in Three Rivers on Saturday, Oct. 29. The event featured hot dogs, popcorn and plenty of candy.  
Centreville Elementary started off Monday, Oct. 31 with a quick Storybook Character Parade down the student-lined street. Students in kindergarten through third grade were able to show off their costumes to all the elementary students and many had the respective book along as well. Top, second-...
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...

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