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COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Michael Lafler, who is facing a murder charge in the death of 33-year-old Chelsea Wallen of Colon, walks into St. Joseph County Circuit Court for his hearing Thursday. The case was sent back to St. Joseph County District Court for a preliminary examination, which St. Joseph County Prosecutor David Marvin said could be in a couple weeks.
CENTREVILLE — The case of the man accused of murdering Chelsea Wallen in Colon in October will be going back to St. Joseph County 3B District Court in the near future. St. Joseph County Circuit Court Judge Paul Stutesman remanded the case of Michael Lafler Thursday to the lower court for a...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Pictured is Three Rivers Health Friday. On Monday, the Michigan Nurses Association announced that registered nurses at the hospital officially ratified a new three-year contract between them and Beacon Health System.
THREE RIVERS — After a few months of negotiations, Three Rivers Health nurses now have a new labor contract. On Monday, the Michigan Nurses Association (MNA) announced that registered nurses at the hospital have officially ratified a new three-year contract with the hospital and Beacon Health...
THREE RIVERS — Together, co-owners Stephanie Brumfield and Zyrone Sanders have refurbished the old Maple Land Skating Rink into a facility where youth in the community can come and enjoy themselves in a safe environment. Skate Dreams was able to open its doors for a special Grand Opening back on...
Photo Provided - Stephen Meadows, a St. Joseph County native, was named as an “emerging leader” by RealTrends recently. Meadows is the Chief Operating Officer of Coldwell Banker Premier.
WINCHESTER, Va. — Stephen Meadows, a native of St. Joseph County and Chief Operating Officer of Coldwell Banker Premier with offices in the Mid-Atlantic was named recently as a RealTrends 2022 Emerging Leader. This honor is shared by only 55 other professionals nationwide. Meadows has recently led...
THREE RIVERS — Some minor changes could be coming soon to a policy on controversial materials at the Three Rivers Public Library. During their monthly meeting Tuesday, the TRPL Board of Trustees reviewed potential changes to the policy, changes that will be voted on at their next meeting in July....
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Participants start down the track with the Relay for Life Survivors Lap which honored those that have survived cancer, or are in remission.
CENTREVILLE — Relay for Life, St. Joseph County’s biggest fundraiser to fight cancer, returned to the track at Centreville High School on Saturday following a two-year absence due to COVID. Relay for Life is a community-based walk event that comes together to honor and remember loved ones that are...
WHITE PIGEON — The canvassing effort to recall White Pigeon Village President Tyler Royce will now proceed without procedural bumps in the road. Monday morning, St. Joseph County Clerk Lindsay Oswald confirmed that Royce did not file an appeal of the St. Joseph County Election Commission’s decision...
THREE RIVERS — Two elementary schools in Three Rivers will be getting new principals for the upcoming school year. On Monday, the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education approved the hiring of Amanda Fahnestock to be the new principal at Park Elementary and the hiring of Julie Jackson to...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Pictured from left to right at a recent Three Rivers Bass Fishing practice at Sand Lake in Nottawa are middle school eighth-graders and national tournament qualifiers Collin Balk and Kale Parr.
THREE RIVERS — Two Three Rivers Middle School students and members of the newly-formed Three Rivers Bass Fishing team have qualified for national competition late next month. Three Rivers Middle School students Collin Balk and Kale Parr both took first place at the Michigan Youth Bass Federation...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - A fireman sprays water onto a fire Friday morning that destroyed three buildings at Graber, Industries, Inc. located on Fairchild Rd. between Constantine and Centreville.
CONSTANTINE — A fire at Graber, Industries, Inc. late Friday morning fully destroyed three buildings. A total of 14 area fire departments responded to the scene around 10 a.m. Fire departments from Centreville, Three Rivers, Constantine, Mendon, Colon, Burr Oak, Sturgis, Tri-Town, White Pigeon,...

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