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THREE RIVERS — Fall colors are finally arriving in St. Joseph County, and with it comes an annual fall tradition to celebrate them. The annual Fall Color Tour, put on by the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce, will take place this weekend with a brand-new schedule, with events occurring on both...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Public Library approved the use of donation money for a change of furniture in one of the sections. The library’s Board of Trustees approved the acceptance of $2,000 of donation money from the Friends of the Three Rivers Library during their meeting Tuesday, Sept. 27...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Incoming Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce Board Chair Kristen McEnroe addresses the dozens in attendance at Camp Eberhart’s Klinger Hall during the Chamber’s annual awards ceremony and celebration dinner Wednesday.
FABIUS TWP. — Area businesses and business leaders were recognized and awarded for their many accomplishments and investments in the community in the past calendar year at an annual dinner event. The Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce held their annual awards ceremony and celebration dinner at...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Cameron Bullock, CEO for Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County, comments on the 2022-23 budget for the department during CMH’s board meeting Tuesday.
CENTREVILLE — A $1.8 million budget increase for the 2022-23 fiscal year was approved by the board of Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County (CMH) during their meeting Tuesday. Board members approved an operating budget of $24,679,607 for the new fiscal year, an...
Photo provided - The St. Joseph County Road Commission was recognized for low injury rates among staff during the annual membership meeting of the County Road Association Self Insurance Fund (CRASIF) on Sept. 14. Pictured are CRASIF Board Chair Tom Doty (left) and St. Joseph County Road Commission Manager John Lindsey (right).
TRAVERSE CITY — The St. Joseph County Road Commission was recently recognized for its commitment to employee safety with a statewide award. On Sept. 14, the agency made the Honor Roll of the County Road Association Self Insurance Fund (CRASIF), a Michigan based self-insured group fund that provides...
THREE RIVERS — Two special exception use (SEU) permit applications will soon be sent to the Three Rivers City Commission for potential approval. The Three Rivers Planning Commission Monday approved motions recommending the granting of SEUs for Clark Logic at 1020 Millard St. and Menards Self-...
CONSTANTINE TWP. — A 26-year-old from Mishawaka, Ind.  was hospitalized for injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash that occurred Tuesday on U.S. 131. According to the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department, the incident occurred Tuesday around 12:33 p.m. in the area of U.S. 131 and Garber Road...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Ella Rodgers of Scotts strikes a pose while riding in one of the car rides at the St. Joseph County Grange Fair’s midway Friday. The week-long fair had a number of rides, games and entertainment for kids of all ages.
CENTREVILLE — By some measurements, the 2022 St. Joseph County Grange Fair can be considered a successful event. The week-long county fair featured a number of different attractions, rides, vendors, and food, as well as being the grand showcase for 4-H kids, their animals and exhibits. It attracted...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Family members of the late Jerry Waltke hold a plaque commemorating his posthumous induction into the St. Joseph County Grange Fair’s Hall of Fame following a ceremony Thursday. Waltke was involved in the fair’s management for 13 years, and was an open class beef superintendent for 4-H. Pictured from left to right are Kyle Sherman, Kennedy Sherman, Easton Sherman, Erin Sherman, Brynleigh Sherman, Penny Waltke, Ashley Ives and Ryan Waltke.
CENTREVILLE — A man who had a big influence on the St. Joseph County Grange Fair received a prestigious and posthumous honor Thursday. During a ceremony prior to the animal auctions at the fair, Jerry Waltke, who was the fair board president in 2021 and who passed away unexpectedly in November, was...
Photo Provided - Cameron Bullock was hired as the new CEO of Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County in May, beginning his tenure in June.
CENTREVILLE — In the past couple of months since he was named as CEO of Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County (CMH), Cameron Bullock has begun to settle into the job. He says it’s been a “fun adventure” to be the CEO, taking each day as a learning experience. “I...

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