Happy Birthday cupcakes from TRP students
CENTREVILLE — During a meeting on Monday David Devier, president of Glen Oaks Community College and the St.
CENTREVILLE — A retainer agreement and resolution to assign an outside counsel for the national opioid litigation against pharmaceutical companies failed to pass after the St. Joseph County Commissioners voted 2-2 on Tuesday, April 17.
MENDON — Mendon’s girls track and field team is dominated by young athletes, but head coach Bobby Kretschman is looking forward to seeing his Lady Hornets improve as the season progresses.
THREE RIVERS — Pamela Zandt, special education monitor with the St.
CONSTANTINE — Even with just four seniors on its roster, Constantine’s boys’ track and field team figures to be in the hunt for a Southwestern Athletic Conference Valley Division title come mid May.
Happy Birthday cupcakes from TRP students Students in a Three Rivers Partnership (TRP) home economics class (front row) Claire Brewer, Mia Bullock, Sophia Zehr, Izzy Bullock, and (back row) Kendall Anderson, Ana Webb, Jada Brown and Sydney Buckle made cupcakes on Wednesday, April 11. The cupcakes...
THREE RIVERS — Volunteers from Freedom Center Ministries in Centreville devote themselves to homeless outreach within St. Joseph County, and on Saturday, April 21, they are coming to deliver helpful bags to the homeless, or those living in cars, in Three Rivers. Staring at 11 a.m. on Saturday, the...
WHITE PIGEON TOWNSHIP — A 25-year-old female from White Pigeon was seriously injured and flown to Bronson Hospital, and three others were hurt, following a two-vehicle crash at US-12 and Crooked Creek Road on Tuesday, April 17. Anthony Rice, 23, of White Pigeon, along with his passenger Jackie...
THREE RIVERS — The St. Joseph County Commission on Aging Advisory Board discussed the rise of in-home services, such as respite and home care, with Sherry Swartz, in-home service manager, on Wednesday, April 18. Although the number of new (unduplicated) clients has not increased, Swartz said some...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers City Commission awarded the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Stand-by Generator Project to Brussee/Brady Inc., a local contractor, as opposed to a lower bid from a Kalamazoo company, during a meeting on Tuesday, April 17. WWTP staff identified the installation of a...
CENTREVILLE — During a meeting on Monday David Devier, president of Glen Oaks Community College and the St. Joseph County Intermediate School District Board of Education discussed seeking a millage for additional lab upgrades, which will in turn improve CTE (Career and Technical Education)...
CONSTANTINE — Officers at Constantine Police Department arrested a 14-year-old female student from Constantine Middle School after an investigation indicated she had written threats in marker on a bathroom stall at the school. The principal of the middle school contacted the police in regards to...
CENTREVILLE — A retainer agreement and resolution to assign an outside counsel for the national opioid litigation against pharmaceutical companies failed to pass after the St. Joseph County Commissioners voted 2-2 on Tuesday, April 17. Commissioners Kathy Pangle and Al Balog voted against the...
MENDON — Mendon’s girls track and field team is dominated by young athletes, but head coach Bobby Kretschman is looking forward to seeing his Lady Hornets improve as the season progresses. Kretschman enters his fourth season as head coach of the Lady Hornets, who were third in the BCS League’s...
Girls’ soccer Plainwell at Three Rivers, 6:30 p.m. Coloma at Schoolcraft, 5 p.m. Girls’ tennis Vicksburg at Three Rivers, 4 p.m. Track and Field Southwest 10 Tri-Meet at Mendon, 4:30 p.m. Cassopolis, Hartford at White Pigeon, SW10 Tri-Meet, 4:30 p.m. Centreville, Bangor at Marcellus, SW10...

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