Photo courtesy EGLE - Pictured is the Portage Plant Dam in Three Rivers, one of five state-regulated dams in Michigan rated as “poor” with a high hazard potential by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy. It has come under more scrutiny in recent weeks following the failure of the Edenville Dam in Midland County, with the main problems being deterioration and what the state calls a “delinquent owner.” According to records, a formal inspection of the dam has not occurred since 2002.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers is home to a dam rated as one of the five worst in the state of M
Photo courtesy of the late Dick Carter - Tim Baker works the baseline while making a call in the 1997 Class C state championship game between Three Oaks-River Valley and Redford Bishop Borgess.
VICKSBURG — Back in 1980, the United States men’s hockey team defeated the Soviet Union in the Miracle on Ice and later captured the gold medal at the Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York.
Photo provided - Jerry Wright
THREE RIVERS — The first Member Scramble was held at Sauganash Country Club, June 28. Ten teams consisted of four players, flighted A-B-C-D.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - in a scene from the Three Rivers Community Players’ outdoor production of “The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby,” investment banker James Bell (middle, played by Jacob Huff) talks to Kooshog Lake residents about passing through the town of Kooshog Lake on his way to an important speech in a big city, much to the others' chagrin. The production opens Thursday at the TRCP Theatre on Millard Road.
THREE RIVERS — After a few months away from the stage, the Three Rivers Community Players are
Photo provided by Sue Bishop - Josh Hardman
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. — Josh Hardman excelled in football, wrestling and track and field in his days as a student-athlete at Constantine during the mid-1990s.
CENTREVILLE — Sports played a major role in the lives of late twin brothers Tim and Jim Reed.
Photo courtesy EGLE - Pictured is the Portage Plant Dam in Three Rivers, one of five state-regulated dams in Michigan rated as “poor” with a high hazard potential by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy. It has come under more scrutiny in recent weeks following the failure of the Edenville Dam in Midland County, with the main problems being deterioration and what the state calls a “delinquent owner.” According to records, a formal inspection of the dam has not occurred since 2002.
Photo courtesy of the late Dick Carter - Tim Baker works the baseline while making a call in the 1997 Class C state championship game between Three Oaks-River Valley and Redford Bishop Borgess.
Photo provided - Jerry Wright
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - in a scene from the Three Rivers Community Players’ outdoor production of “The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby,” investment banker James Bell (middle, played by Jacob Huff) talks to Kooshog Lake residents about passing through the town of Kooshog Lake on his way to an important speech in a big city, much to the others' chagrin. The production opens Thursday at the TRCP Theatre on Millard Road.
Photo provided by Sue Bishop - Josh Hardman
Photo courtesy EGLE - Pictured is the Portage Plant Dam in Three Rivers, one of five state-regulated dams in Michigan rated as “poor” with a high hazard potential by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy. It has come under more scrutiny in recent weeks following the failure of the Edenville Dam in Midland County, with the main problems being deterioration and what the state calls a “delinquent owner.” According to records, a formal inspection of the dam has not occurred since 2002.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers is home to a dam rated as one of the five worst in the state of Michigan. The Portage Plant Dam, located on the Portage River near Hoffman Pond, has been under increased scrutiny in the weeks following the failure of the Edenville Dam in Midland County back in May. The...
THREE RIVERS — As a kid, Steven Zavala was always fascinated by video games. Zavala, a 2009 Three Rivers High School graduate, said his fascination started out at a young age by playing the Super Nintendo Entertainment System at his babysitter’s house. “That was my first experience with games that...
CENTREVILLE — As COVID-19 continues to increase the demand for internet access, and the resources normally available to those without access to broadband internet at home are limited, partners throughout St. Joseph County are working with the Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC)...
CENTREVILLE — During their monthly meeting via teleconference Tuesday, the Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County (CMH) Board of Directors approved an informal offer from the St. Joe Community Co-op to purchase one of their buildings at 307 W. Chicago Rd. in...
Photo courtesy of the late Dick Carter - Tim Baker works the baseline while making a call in the 1997 Class C state championship game between Three Oaks-River Valley and Redford Bishop Borgess.
VICKSBURG — Back in 1980, the United States men’s hockey team defeated the Soviet Union in the Miracle on Ice and later captured the gold medal at the Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York. That same year, Tim Baker, a retired teacher and coach from Constantine, worked his first basketball game...
Photo provided - Jerry Wright
THREE RIVERS — The first Member Scramble was held at Sauganash Country Club, June 28. Ten teams consisted of four players, flighted A-B-C-D. Every team scored in the 60s, except the winners; they scored 13 under par, 59. Curtis/Mike Ray, brothers, Tom Pearce, Charlie Smith had 11 birdies and a lone...
CENTREVILLE — In what is expected to be an intriguing race to be St. Joseph County Treasurer, one candidate with experience at both the township and county level has thrown her hat in the ring. Tammy Rigby, a clerk at the St. Joseph County Treasurer’s Office and the current Nottawa Township...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education approved its final 2019-20 budget and its initial 2020-21 budget during their meeting via teleconference Monday. The final budget for the 2019-20 school year calls for revenues of $28,994,973 and expenditures of $28,910,470, which...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - in a scene from the Three Rivers Community Players’ outdoor production of “The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby,” investment banker James Bell (middle, played by Jacob Huff) talks to Kooshog Lake residents about passing through the town of Kooshog Lake on his way to an important speech in a big city, much to the others' chagrin. The production opens Thursday at the TRCP Theatre on Millard Road.
THREE RIVERS — After a few months away from the stage, the Three Rivers Community Players are preparing to take to the stage once again. However, they will be doing so in a way that is unprecedented for the local theatre company but also slightly fitting for the subject matter of their production....
Photo provided by Sue Bishop - Josh Hardman
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. — Josh Hardman excelled in football, wrestling and track and field in his days as a student-athlete at Constantine during the mid-1990s. Now Hardman is giving back to the sport of wrestling in his role as associate coach for Division III national power Wabash College. Hardman,...

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