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Santa Claus and others gathered for songs and the lighting of the tree in the courthouse gazebo during the village of Centreville’s Christmas celebration Saturday, Dec. 3. A visit to Santa’s Workshop with cookies and hot chocolate followed.
Students of the Month for November at Norton Elementary are as follows: (front row from left) Lilmarkes Freeman, Zayvier Vance, Ivan Freeman, Nicholas Karabetsos, Grace MacDonald, Seth Rouch, Bianca Harris, (middle row) Brooklynn Williamson, Jayden Long, Nevaeh Johnson, Lincoln Hoffmaster, LJ...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Public Library Board and Three Rivers mayor Tom Lowry spent time at the Tuesday, Nov. 29 library board meeting discussing the library’s future, as the city has been looking at possible relocation of the library to a site such as the Southern Michigan Bank & Trust...
Anglemyer’s Tae Kwon Do (left) and Constantine Fire and Rescue (above) were among the participants in the “Light up the Night” parade during Christmas festivities in downtown Constantine Friday, Dec. 2. The evening’s segment of Christmas in Constantine 2016 also included a Nativity display,...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority Friday voted 4-2 to table increasing Executive Director David Vago’s salary, after a federal judge granted a temporary injunction on Nov. 22 to block the implementation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Board members Sharon...
FABIUS TOWNSHIP — A 34-year-old Three Rivers man was injured in a car vs. bicycle accident Wednesday, Nov. 30 around 6:02 p.m., according to the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department. James Arneal Gould was eastbound on Hoffman Road west of Kerr Creek Road when his bicycle was struck from behind...
Hoppin Elementary students gather around a sampling the food they collected as part of the Three Rivers Lions Club’s food drive. Each elementary had inter-class competition to collect the most; winning classes will receive a pizza party. Hoppin brought in 762 items with Janice Dennis’ second-grade...
The TRCP Elves, among them (from left) Thomas Rhyner, Ella Bright and Quinn Kelley, sing about how “The Show Must Go On” during dress rehearsal Thursday, Dec. 1 for “Make We Merry,” the Three Rivers Community Players’ annual holiday production. “There’s a little bit of everything and some magic...
THREE RIVERS — The Carnegie Center for the Arts’ Performances in the Schools series continued again this year, giving students in first- through fifth-grades around St. Joseph County the opportunity to be exposed to a variety of artistic styles during programs held at the Three Rivers High School...
THREE RIVERS — The Workforce Development Board for Michigan Works! Southwest announces the receipt of Skilled Trades Training Fund (STTF) grants totaling $900,420, which will be used to train over 1,000 local residents at multiple businesses within the Michigan Works! Southwest region. American...

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