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CENTREVILLE — St. Joseph County Deputy Clerk Jill Ross swore in five county commissioners on Wednesday, including newly elected Sturgis resident Ken Malone. Malone formerly sat on the Sturgis City Commission and will replace previous longtime county commissioner John Dobberteen. He said he has...
THREE RIVERS — Officers from the Three Rivers Police Department were dispatched to Meadows Lane Village trailer park near 13th Street and Madison in Three Rivers on Friday with reports of multiple shots fired. As officers responded, a caller indicated all involved parties were fleeing the scene...
MENDON —Douglas Diekman, 55, of Mendon was sentenced on Thursday, Dec. 20 to 13 months in prison and another two years of supervised release for committing crop insurance fraud.
THREE RIVERS —The Three Rivers Fire Department recently added to its fleet of emergency vehicles in the form of a 2018 Spartan 180 fire engine, and presented the new addition to the Three Rivers city commission prior to its meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 18. Fire Chief Carl Holcomb said the vehicle,...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County Road Commission reviewed its 2019 proposed budget on Wednesday, which anticipates the use of nearly a $3.2 million or 25 to 30 percent of its fund balance by the end of the year. By the end of 2018, the commission will have received $2.5 million beyond its...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers city commission could vote as soon as its next meeting on a proposed ordinance that would allow parolee group housing by special exception use permit in the city’s B-2 General Business District. The commission held a public hearing on the matter during its meeting...
CENTREVILLE — On Tuesday, Dec. 18 the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners met for its final meeting of the year, which also marked the final meeting for longtime Commissioner John Dobberteen and exiting Finance Director Ryan Post. The board approved $17,000 towards expanding its Hazardous...
Alek Frost Managing Editor THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority will remain in the Michigan Main Street program for at least the next two years following a unanimous vote by the Three Rivers city commission Tuesday. The commission adopted a resolution stating it “agrees...
THREE RIVERS — A “gut instinct” urged two local residents to rescue deer stranded on a frozen Fishers Lake late Tuesday afternoon. Three deer, including two button bucks and a fawn, were spotted on top of the frozen lake on Monday, but through valiant efforts from Brian Rice and Marshall Henschel...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority has been a participating member of the Michigan Main Street program for the better part of the last five years, but the Three Rivers city commission will decide whether or not that will continue to be the case when it meets on Tuesday,...

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