Photo provided by Stephanie Price - Azariah Price, 16, prepares for a 225-lb overhead squat during one of the competition workouts for the 2020 CrossFit Games Age Group Online Qualifiers March 13-16 at Triple River CrossFit in Three Rivers. Price is a 2019 CrossFit Games teen athlete. He finished 47th of 200 this year, which did not earn him a spot back at the Games for 2020.
THREE RIVERS —  Two hours before restaurants and fitness facilities were to close as part of efforts t
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers High School senior volleyball standout Lizzie Bissett signed a national letter of intent on Thursday, March 5 to play womens’ volleyball and womens’ softball for Albion College.
THREE RIVERS — Juggling her time between school, two sports and a part time job have taught Lizzie Bissett a lot about herself and time management.
Photo provided - Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order Monday directing Michiganders to stay in their homes and prohibiting businesses from requiring workers to leave their homes unless they are “necessary to sustain or protect life or to conduct minimum basic operations.”
LANSING — The message to Michiganders is simple: Stay home and stay safe.
Photo courtesy of John Peterson - The ECHL and Kalamazoo Wings announced last Saturday that the remainder of the 2019-20 season has been canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Pictured is an empty hockey arena at the Wings-Events Center in Kalamazoo, home of the Kalamazoo Wings.
KALAMAZOO — The ECHL and Kalamazoo Wings announced last Saturday that the remainder of the 2019-20 season has been canceled. 
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Mendon High School baseball standout Wyatt Diekman, front middle, recently signed a national letter of intent to play baseball the next two years at Glen Oaks Community College. Seated to Wyatt’s left is his mother Robbie Diekman and father Larry Diekman; back row, Mendon varsity baseball coach and athletic director Glen Samson and Glen Oaks Community College head coach Scott Chase.
MENDON — Wyatt Diekman, Mendon High School’s multi-sport athlete, will continue his baseball career the next two years at collegiate level for Glen Oaks
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Matt Brawley was hired in February as Glen Oaks' nedw athletic director. Brawley formerly served as the high school principal in Cassopolis.
CENTREVILLE — An eagerness to return to college athletics persuaded Matt Brawley to accept the athletic director’s position at Glen Oaks Community College.
Photo provided by Stephanie Price - Azariah Price, 16, prepares for a 225-lb overhead squat during one of the competition workouts for the 2020 CrossFit Games Age Group Online Qualifiers March 13-16 at Triple River CrossFit in Three Rivers. Price is a 2019 CrossFit Games teen athlete. He finished 47th of 200 this year, which did not earn him a spot back at the Games for 2020.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers High School senior volleyball standout Lizzie Bissett signed a national letter of intent on Thursday, March 5 to play womens’ volleyball and womens’ softball for Albion College.
Photo provided - Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order Monday directing Michiganders to stay in their homes and prohibiting businesses from requiring workers to leave their homes unless they are “necessary to sustain or protect life or to conduct minimum basic operations.”
Photo courtesy of John Peterson - The ECHL and Kalamazoo Wings announced last Saturday that the remainder of the 2019-20 season has been canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Pictured is an empty hockey arena at the Wings-Events Center in Kalamazoo, home of the Kalamazoo Wings.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Mendon High School baseball standout Wyatt Diekman, front middle, recently signed a national letter of intent to play baseball the next two years at Glen Oaks Community College. Seated to Wyatt’s left is his mother Robbie Diekman and father Larry Diekman; back row, Mendon varsity baseball coach and athletic director Glen Samson and Glen Oaks Community College head coach Scott Chase.
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Matt Brawley was hired in February as Glen Oaks' nedw athletic director. Brawley formerly served as the high school principal in Cassopolis.
FLORENCE TWP. – Michigan State Police troopers from the Marshall Post were called to a report of an in-progress home invasion of a residence on Lutz Road in Florence Township Monday afternoon. According to police, the home owner witnessed one of the suspects in a car, and when he approached the...
THREE RIVERS — In a 4-3 vote during Monday’s Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education meeting, Portage-based Skillman Corporation was approved as the project manager for the first series of the school district’s upcoming bond project. The decision was reached after both Skillman and Three...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Glen Oaks Community College President Dr. David Devier addresses the college’s millage defeat during the GOCC Board of Trustees meeting Thursday, March 12.
CENTREVILLE — After its capital millage request was defeated in the Tuesday, March 10 presidential primary election, the Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees assessed what to do next during their Thursday, March 12 meeting. President Dr. David Devier said the turnout was moderate, with...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — A confirmed case of coronavirus in St. Joseph County was officially reported Sunday afternoon by the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency (BHSJ). According to BHSJ, the first confirmed case in St. Joseph County came from an adult male who the health agency said...
Photo provided by Stephanie Price - Azariah Price, 16, prepares for a 225-lb overhead squat during one of the competition workouts for the 2020 CrossFit Games Age Group Online Qualifiers March 13-16 at Triple River CrossFit in Three Rivers. Price is a 2019 CrossFit Games teen athlete. He finished 47th of 200 this year, which did not earn him a spot back at the Games for 2020.
THREE RIVERS —  Two hours before restaurants and fitness facilities were to close as part of efforts to reduce the spread of the coronavirus March 16, two teenage boys gutted through heavy barbell lifts in an unusually quiet gym to finish up a four-day, online international CrossFit competition for...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Three Rivers High School senior volleyball standout Lizzie Bissett signed a national letter of intent on Thursday, March 5 to play womens’ volleyball and womens’ softball for Albion College.
THREE RIVERS — Juggling her time between school, two sports and a part time job have taught Lizzie Bissett a lot about herself and time management. That’s why Bissett is confident she can handle that same kind of atmosphere at the next level, playing womens’ softball and volleyball at Albion...
Photo provided - Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order Monday directing Michiganders to stay in their homes and prohibiting businesses from requiring workers to leave their homes unless they are “necessary to sustain or protect life or to conduct minimum basic operations.”
LANSING — The message to Michiganders is simple: Stay home and stay safe. Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a stay-at-home executive order Monday, which directs businesses to temporarily suspend non-essential operations and directs Michiganders to stay in their homes under certain circumstances...
Photo courtesy of John Peterson - The ECHL and Kalamazoo Wings announced last Saturday that the remainder of the 2019-20 season has been canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Pictured is an empty hockey arena at the Wings-Events Center in Kalamazoo, home of the Kalamazoo Wings.
KALAMAZOO — The ECHL and Kalamazoo Wings announced last Saturday that the remainder of the 2019-20 season has been canceled.  Earlier in the week, the league and team announced that the season was suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The K-Wings had eleven games remaining on the season,...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Mendon High School baseball standout Wyatt Diekman, front middle, recently signed a national letter of intent to play baseball the next two years at Glen Oaks Community College. Seated to Wyatt’s left is his mother Robbie Diekman and father Larry Diekman; back row, Mendon varsity baseball coach and athletic director Glen Samson and Glen Oaks Community College head coach Scott Chase.
MENDON — Wyatt Diekman, Mendon High School’s multi-sport athlete, will continue his baseball career the next two years at collegiate level for Glen Oaks Community College. Diekman recently signed a national letter of intent to play baseball for the Vikings and head coach Scott Chase. Diekman has...
Commercial-News | Scott Hassinger - Matt Brawley was hired in February as Glen Oaks' nedw athletic director. Brawley formerly served as the high school principal in Cassopolis.
CENTREVILLE — An eagerness to return to college athletics persuaded Matt Brawley to accept the athletic director’s position at Glen Oaks Community College. Brawley attended Niles High School where he was a multi-sport athlete for the Vikings. After graduating from Niles, Brawley attended Olivet...

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