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CENTREVILLE — “She’s not only a known quantity, but an admired quantity,” St. Joseph County Intermediate School District board president Robert Trenary said Wednesday, April 19 about Teresa Belote, Ed.D., who was selected unanimously by the board that evening to be offered the position of the ISD’s...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers city commission Tuesday, April 18 authorized the sale of 416 Fifth Avenue and 328 E. Michigan Avenue in the amount of $14,244, and authorized Mayor Tom Lowry to sign a development agreement with Scott Larkins to enter a land contract/redevelopment agreement to ensure...
In honor of Earth Day this coming Saturday, students at Eastside Elementary School in Constantine raised $480 selling Earth Day T-shirts. First grade teacher Heather McGlothlen coordinated the project, and the money was donated to the village on Wednesday, April 19. Accepting the check were (from...
FABIUS TOWNSHIP — The Fabius Township Board of Trustees Wednesday voted in favor of an ambulance services agreement with the City of Three Rivers. The ambulance services agreement states that Fabius Township agrees to pay the City of Three Rivers an annual per capita service fee based on the total...
CONSTANTINE — Constantine Village Manager and Police Chief Mark Honeysett told the village council at a Monday, April 17 meeting there is interest in allowing golf carts to operate in Constantine, after recent action by Centreville allowing them to operate in their village. “You can’t lose your...
Aliviah James, 7, of Three Rivers (left) shoots a free throw into former Detroit Lions tight end Rob Rubick’s arms (far right), as former Detroit Lions wide receiver Herman Moore (middle) looks on, during the St. Joseph County Fraternal Order of Police vs. “Past and Present” Detroit Lions charity...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers city commission Tuesday, April 18 authorized a resolution in support of a proposed US-131 trail. The city and the Michigan Department of Transportation are working closely on the 2018 US-131 reconstruction project. As a potential addition to the project, MDOT is...
CENTREVILLE — The Centreville Village Council passed a motion to begin gathering information on an ordinance allowing a medical marijuana dispensary to operate in Centreville. Some village council members expressed concerns over issues such as extra policing, and whether or not the village would...
Andrews Elementary has been named a Reward School by the state of Michigan, and the Three Rivers school board recognized its staff with a cookie reception prior to and a presentation at the Monday, April 17 board meeting. “They have worked hard year in and year out to go above and beyond,”...
Chuck Guiter (left), a groundsman for Three Rivers Community Schools, was recognized at the Monday, April 17 school board meeting as the district’s March Employee of the Month. He is pictured with fellow groundsman Paul Barton, who nominated Guiter “because he always has the best interest of the...

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