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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a solar eclipse! On Monday, Aug. 21, curious sky gazers flocked to the Three Rivers Public Library to experience the first total solar eclipse in 99 years together as a community. Caryn Wilson, children’s librarian, said the library held an event where they...
On Sunday, Aug. 20, historian Jerry DeMaagd highlighted architect Marion Mahony’s contributions to the development of prairie style architectural design in the Michiana and Midwest region during a presentation at the St. Joseph County Historical Society of Michigan building in downtown Three Rivers...
Joe Caton, avid stargazer, projects an image of the eclipse onto a white sheet of paper while at the Three Rivers Public Library’s solar eclipse event on Monday.
Centre Hub makes an impact, not only on downtown Centreville, but also on the owner herself. The Centre Hub opened Friday, June 2, with an interesting bunch of amenities. The business offers their artist-loving clientele a variety of handmade arts and crafts made by owner Michelle Haidl and other...
Three Rivers got the Wolverine Conference portion of its girls’ golf season underway on a strong note by finishing second in Monday’s South Haven Jamboree held at Hawk’s Head. Erin Taylor of Three Rivers had a great day for the Lady Cats earning first place individually with a score of 39 in the...
The Three Rivers varsity boys’ soccer team dropped its home opener Monday to Berrien Springs 2-1. The lone goal for Three Rivers was scored in the 24th minute of the first half by freshman Braeden Selent off a cross from freshman Justin Garza. Three Rivers, which had 14 shots on goal, enjoyed a 1...
MENDON —Families, music, and fun-filled activities packed Reed Riverside Park for the 30th annual Mendon Riverfest, which ran from Thursday, Aug. 17 to Saturday, Aug. 19. “Sometimes not much goes on over here so this festival is sort of an end of the summer celebration. People always look forward...
Deb Carson (left), transportation director, and Stephanie Lemmer, superintendent, took delivery of three new buses for Centreville Public Schools on Thursday, Aug. 17. Funds for the purchase of these buses was included in a 2013 bond proposal approved by members of the Centreville community. Other...
Sophia Helland, 3, and Savannah Helland, 5, enjoy snow cones on a sunny day at the seventh annual Back-to School Fair held on Aug. 19 at Constantine High School.
CONSTANTINE — Lori Barczak, a supervisor at the Juvenile Day Treatment Center (JDTC) in Centreville, and St. Joseph County probation officer Aubrie Wooden spoke to Constantine Rotary about the center on Tuesday, Aug. 15. Barczak has worked there for 19 years. The center opened on Feb. 2, 1999 in...

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