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Hoppin Elementary fifth-graders traveled to the Freedom Center of Kalamazoo on Tuesday, Dec. 20 to deliver sleeping bags to the homeless. They sold candy canes all month and raised a little over $400; Walmart contributed $100 so they were able to buy $500
LEONIDAS TOWNSHIP — The St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department is seeking a man involved in the case of a larceny from a motor vehicle following an incident Wednesday. Around 3:23 a.m., deputies responded to Shannon Road near Blossom Road and made contact with a man who was involved in a slide off...
CENTREVILLE — Over the past 10 years, the St. Joseph County Road Commission has made some tough decisions but it is on the right path, and road commissioners would like to continue this with the re-appointment of colleague Dave Yunker, whose six-year term is expiring at the end of the year, several...
NEWBERG TOWNSHIP — The Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a call on Tuesday, Dec. 20 around 2 p.m. for a possible police impersonator. Deputies responded to the Shell-Mart in Jones to meet with the victims. Deputies spoke with the two subjects who called Cass Central Dispatch after a suspicious...
CENTREVILLE — St. Joseph County Road Commission engineer Garrett Myland has now achieved his professional engineer license, and he will now be shared 50-50 between the St. Joseph County and Branch County road commissions, St. Joseph County Road Commission managing director Chris Minger reported to...
MENDON — Hunter Hutchinson, 15, of Mendon, bagged a very unique buck near Centreville on the last day of muzzleloader season Dec. 18. The large buck, which weighed close to 200 pounds dressed, had four drop tines. “You won’t find a deer with a unique rack like this in the wild,” father Jason...
Constantine High School inducted 18 junior and senior students into the National Honor Society in mid-November. NHS advisor Maria Kelley said, “We received a grant from the Constantine Area Community Foundation, and used the money to buy supplies for our NHS induction ceremony and for graduation...
Tyler Arnold, 9, of Constantine, checks out a potential purchase for a family member with assistance from Constantine firefighter Bryan Hughey during “Shop with a Hero” Tuesday, Dec. 20 at the Three Rivers Meijer. Ten children came for a pizza party sponsored by Station 3 (Fabius Park Fire...
Pathfinder Educational Center student Laura holds up the ornament she made with the help of Three Rivers High School senior Zoey Willson (left) during the Center’s 33rd annual TRHS National Honor Society Holiday Party. They also enjoyed snacks and listened to a performance by TRHS’ Aristocrats...
THREE RIVERS — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announces that 36 communities across the state will share $1,461,500 in Recreation Passport grants. Among them are Three Rivers, which received $37,500 for Memory Isle Park renovations, and Sturgis, which received $45,000 for Oaklawn...

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