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THREE RIVERS — Norm Stutesman of Three Rivers was unanimously selected by Three Rivers city commissioners Tuesday, Jan. 17 as the new third district commissioner. Commissioner Janell Hart was absent. No applications were received by the deadline, which was noon on Friday, Jan. 13, to fill the...
CENTREVILLE — The Centreville Village Council approved two resolutions Monday to increase water and sewer rates. The resolutions authorized increasing the sewer base rate 10 percent effective Jan. 1, 2017, as well as an increase of one percent for sewer and water rates for the next five years,...
THREE RIVERS — Former Three Rivers Middle School administrator of educational services Kevin Hamilton has filed a lawsuit in the Michigan Western District Court against Three Rivers superintendent Jean Logan and the Three Rivers school district. The suit stems from the non-renewal of Hamilton’s...
Commercial-News/Elena Meadows
The setup of the courthouse is changing, for increased security. Within the next couple weeks, only the entrances at the intersection of the historic courthouse and new courts building will be open to the public; all other doors will be card access. Visitors may come in the east and west doors;...
Editor’s note: This is the winning entry in this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day essay contest put on by the Three Rivers Area Faith Community. During my middle-school years, I experienced one of the most upsetting encounters of my young life. What I experienced, felt, and learned about myself...
CENTREVILLE — Every day is bring-your-child-to-work day for Angela Emmons, the accounting assistant at the St. Joseph County United Way, under a policy she and United Way executive director Kelly Hostetler developed that has proven to be a win-win for both the organization and Emmons. “I bring...
Howardsville Christian School named its Homecoming Court during halftime of the boys’ basketball game Friday, Jan. 13.
The issue of public notices in newspapers is alive again in Michigan. “The Legislature began a new term on Wednesday. The second bill introduced in the House was to eliminate government information from public view by allowing local governments to control the flow of information out to the...
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — As classified advertising, once the lifeblood of newspapers, has dried up, one constant has remained: a thick daily listing of government public notices. But legislative fights have put that at risk. A measure to allow government agencies in New Jersey to no longer publish...
Commercial-News/Elena Meadows
Representatives of three Career and Technical Education classes that meet at Glen Oaks Community College — automotive, building trades and welding — gather around a bench that was a joint effort of the three of them. Welding instructor Alyse Gordon, whose idea the project was, said she wanted to do...

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