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Park Elementary kindergartener Leah Newland looks at books during a book fair held in the school library on Thursday, Feb. 9. Here, Terri Dickerson, the library paraprofessional who organized the fair, helps her check out what’s available. (She ended up selecting a cute cat poster.) Dickerson said...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees voted 6-1 in favor of adopting a policy that “will address the best support for transgender students in the college community.” Secretary John Bippus voted against the policy, citing “personal beliefs.” “It’s a personal belief that...
THREE RIVERS — Dr. Adam Goff is one of 7,600 optometrists nationwide who are participating in InfantSEE®, a no-cost public health program developed to provide professional eye care for infants. Under this program, supported by former President Jimmy Carter, who serves as honorary national chair and...
On Friday, Feb. 3 the Commission on Aging recognized National Go Red Day to kick off activities for the month of February and National Heart Month. Any senior who wore red to any of our meal sites in Three Rivers, Sturgis and Klines Resort had their name entered into a drawing to win a gift basket...
Deana Strudwick, president of the board of directors for the Children’s Trauma Assessment Group of St. Joseph County, talks to members of the St. Joseph County United Way allocations committee and citizens at large about what her agency does, how it has used United Way funding and how it plans to...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers city commission Tuesday, Feb. 7 approved spending $1,897,990 with Northern Construction Services Corporation for the reconstruction of S. Lincoln Avenue from Broadway Street to Millard Street. The original bids (this one and the only other bid, which came in at $2,...
CENTREVILLE — The Centreville Board of Education Tuesday held a special meeting to gather community input on the district’s superintendent search. Rod Green, who is assisting Centreville with its search, reviewed stakeholder input, as well as the details of the superintendent contract with the...
CONSTANTINE — The Constantine Village Council Monday approved a bid from Morris Excavating of White Pigeon to excavate the property at 320 S. Washington in the amount of $8,150. The home at the property was deemed a total loss after it caught fire on Jan. 11. In its proposal, Morris Excavating...
KALAMAZOO — Three Rivers High School’s choir was among those who participated in the Kalamazoo Bach Festival Society’s 19th annual High School Choral Festival on Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 1 and 2, in Kalamazoo College’s Light Fine Arts Building. Clinician Dr. Sandra Snow, Professor of Choral...
Andrews Elementary first-grade teacher Sheena McClain received a new listening center, Hokki stools, and audio books through DonorsChoose.org; a website where teachers can request classroom items that will help student learning. "Donors around the country can look at the website and donate to...

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