CENTREVILLE — Centreville’s football team found the going tough against a stingy Cassopolis defense Friday in a 21-0 loss at home to the Rangers in a game that decided the Southwest 10 Conference title.
THREE RIVERS — With big plays from a swarming defense and its passing game clicking on all cylinders, Three Rivers crushed Wolverine Conference backyard rival Vicksburg 37-7 Friday.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers city commission authorized the use of additional funds for street reconstruction on Douglas Avenue and discussed further repairs required on Millard Street during its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 16.
THREE RIVERS — Armstrong International celebrated the grand opening of its Global Learning Center in Three Rivers on Tuesday, Oct. 16.
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County board of commissioners paid tribute to county employees on Tuesday for their years of dedicated service.
THREE RIVERS — Jocelyn Benson, the Democratic candidate for Michigan Secretary of State, stopped by the Three Rivers Commercial-News office earlier this week to discuss issues facing Michigan voters and drivers, as well as potential solutions to those issues. Benson, along with Republican Mary...
CENTREVILLE — Centreville’s football team found the going tough against a stingy Cassopolis defense Friday in a 21-0 loss at home to the Rangers in a game that decided the Southwest 10 Conference title. Averaging over 350 rushing yards and 45 1/2 points per game this season, Cassopolis was able to...
THREE RIVERS — With big plays from a swarming defense and its passing game clicking on all cylinders, Three Rivers crushed Wolverine Conference backyard rival Vicksburg 37-7 Friday. The win allows Three Rivers to finish the regular season with a 8-1 record and regain possession of the Swine Bone....
THREE RIVERS — The St. Joseph County Commission on Aging advisory board made necessary preparations ahead of construction on the Rivers Enrichment Center and Residence by reviewing its Fiscal Year 2019 Preliminary Budget on Wednesday, Oct. 18. In September, the St. Joseph County board of...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers city commission authorized the use of additional funds for street reconstruction on Douglas Avenue and discussed further repairs required on Millard Street during its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 16. The commission approved a change order in the amount of $48,293 for...
THREE RIVERS — The much-anticipated reconstruction of U.S. 131 is approaching, but after receiving concerns from local businesses, the City of Three Rivers is urging Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to reconsider one element of its design. In the drafted construction design, U.S. 131...
THREE RIVERS — Armstrong International celebrated the grand opening of its Global Learning Center in Three Rivers on Tuesday, Oct. 16. Members of the Armstrong and Bloss Family ownership were present for the reveal, as well as other city officials, employees, and distinguished guests, including...
CENTREVILLE — The St. Joseph County board of commissioners paid tribute to county employees on Tuesday for their years of dedicated service. A noble recognition was given to Sheriff Brad Balk, who has served 25 years as a county employee. Balk’s became county sheriff in January 2009, after winning...
Cross country Three Rivers at Wolverine Conference Meet, US 131 Motorsports Park, 4 p.m. Boys’ soccer Division 2 Districts Three Rivers at St. Joseph, 6 p.m. Volleyball Constantine at Galesburg-Augusta, 6:30 p.m. Centreville at Jackson Lumen Christi, 5 p.m. College volleyball Glen Oaks...
THREE RIVERS — There is still a lot at stake as area high school football teams prepare for the final game of the regular season on Friday. The beat will go on at least another week for at least six of the eight area schools in the Three Rivers Commercial-News coverage area though. Three Rivers,...

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