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CENTREVILLE — Following a pre-trial conference in St. Joseph County Circuit Court on Thursday, Sept. 28, former Sturgis Public Schools teacher Keith Andrew Lang, 38, requested a preliminary examination be conducted in the case regarding criminal sexual conduct charges filed by the St. Joseph County...
THREE RIVERS — The River Country Tourism Council of Southwest Michigan (RCTC) held its monthly board meeting at its Three Rivers office on Monday, September 25. At the meeting, the members present voted unanimously to accept Dave Vago to serve on the board, and appointed him vice president of...
THREE RIVERS — Third- through fifth-grade students from Hoppin Elementary School finished their first practice as members of the Hoppin Hustlers Running Club on Tuesday, Sept. 26. Seventeen girls stayed after school to participate in the club with head coach and third-grade teacher Bridget...
CONSTANTINE — Constantine High School recently received a $12,000 grant from the Monsanto Fund’s 2017 site grant initiative. Funds were used to purchase Chromebooks for science education. High school principal Travis Walker applied for the grant. “This is a tremendous supplemental resource to the...
CENTREVILLE — Tim Carmichael, chairman of the St. Joseph County Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (CMHSAS) Board of Directors, addressed concerns about cutting back mental health services and/or dividing CMHSAS’ mental health and substance abuse services during a public hearing...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners agreed to consider replacing Kaspersky, Russian security software currently being used by the county, on Wednesday, Sept. 27 during its executive meeting.  Under the board’s consensus, the topic will be up for discussion and approval as a...
CENTREVILLE — After returning from a closed session on Tuesday, Sept. 26, the St. Joseph County Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (CMHSAS) Board of Directors approved two employee benefit changes. The board approved a three percent raise for workers, and adopted a resolution on...
Travis Walker, principal at Constantine High School, and Richard Rouse, industrial arts teacher and robotics coach, spoke to members of Constantine Rotary on Tuesday, Sept. 26. Rouse is the head of the school’s FIRST Robotics Club. FIRST is an acronym for “For Inspiration & Recognition of...

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