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COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - A number of local leaders, state leaders, proposals and more will be found on the ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 8 around St. Joseph County.
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — The 2022 midterm election is this Tuesday, Nov. 8, and there will be plenty for St. Joseph County voters to decide at the polls. Outside of the big-ticket races for governor, secretary of state, attorney general, Congress, and the state proposals, there are plenty of local races...
THREE RIVERS — The Old Three Rivers Hospital building will be coming down in the near future. Three Rivers city commissioners Tuesday approved a change order from Dore and Associates for $269,590.05 to complete an ordered demolition of the building in its current state. Approximately $219,590.05 of...
Photo courtesy Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office Fabius Township Supervisor Ken Linn, who is charged with four counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct in Kalamazoo County, resigned as supervisor in a letter sent to the township Wednesday.
FABIUS TWP. — Fabius Township is now under the direction of a new supervisor. In a special meeting held Friday afternoon, Fabius Township’s board accepted the resignation of Ken Linn as its supervisor, while appointing current Planning Commission Vice Chair Dan Wilkins to fill out the final two...
Photos Provided - (From left to right) Democrat Erin Schultes and Republican Rick Shaffer will face off for the new Second District seat on the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners in the Tuesday, Nov. 8 general election.
THREE RIVERS — The lone contested race for a seat on the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners will involve a new seat created via apportionment. On Nov. 8, citizens of Lockport Township, Florence Township and the north and east sides of Three Rivers will be choosing who will represent them on...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Local residents received recognition in a ceremony held Tuesday, Oct. 18 at the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department for their heroic acts to help police and first responders. Pictured from left to right are St. Joseph County Sheriff Mark Lillywhite, Rodney Chupp, Tammy Chupp, Dave Hubbard, Aaron Nichols, Enoch Nichols, Tony Cooper, Sophia Eells, and Miriam Nichols.
CENTREVILLE — Police officers tend to think highly of heroic acts, especially when they are done by ordinary citizens looking to help out. Those acts of heroism – which included people helping assist victims at crash scenes and helping police track down a thief – were honored in a special ceremony...
CONSTANTINE — A locally-known trucking company in St. Joseph County was acquired recently by Clark Logic. P&P Trucking, which has operated out of Constantine since its founding in 1973, was bought by the transportation and storage company back on Oct. 18, according to a release from Clark Logic...
CENTREVILLE — A Centreville man is facing up to 15 years in prison for a 100 mile per hour police chase that happened earlier this year. A jury found Daniel Wagner, 41, guilty of fourth degree fleeing and eluding as a fourth habitual offender on Tuesday, Oct. 25 following a one-day trial in St....
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - (From l to r) Mendon Housing Initiative committee member Carol Higgins, Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County Director Nick Metzger, and housing initiative committee members Cheryl Vance and Michaelene Glowacz stand in front of the foundation of a new Habitat home being built on Fletcher Street in Mendon at an open house held Monday. The house is the first of five that are scheduled to be built in the Mendon area as part of the initiative, which raised $50,000.
MENDON — A local housing initiative in Mendon is coming to fruition as construction began this week on the first-ever Habitat for Humanity home in the village. On Monday, an open house was held for the kickoff of construction on the home in Mendon, located at 231 Fletcher Street. The soon-to-be...
Photo Provided - (From left to right) Three Rivers High School Wildcat Marching Band Color Guard Captain Hailey Boylan, Drum Majors Logann Chrisman and Alex Karabetsos, and Color Guard Captain Izzy Jacobs hold the trophies the band collected as grand champions of the Jenison Invitational Saturday, Oct. 22.
JENISON — Three Rivers High School’s Wildcat Marching Band concluded another stellar marching season with a Grand Champion finish at the prestigious Jenison Invitational Saturday, Oct. 22. The band, led by director Cheryl Thomas and drum majors Logann Chrisman and Alex Karabetsos, won the...
CENTREVILLE — Glen Oaks Community College may soon receive funding for a planned renovation to the south side of its campus. On Thursday, Oct. 20, GOCC’s Board of Trustees authorized a $7.7 million United States Department of Agriculture loan that will be used to renovate multiple areas on the...

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