COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Members of the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education debate the proposed guidelines for classroom displays during their meeting Monday.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Community Schools will seek more guidance on proposed guidelines for classroom displays before making
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - (From left to right) Karen Hutson, Antoinette Dehn, and Cynthia Giacobone of Three Rivers pose with their bags from Sass in the City Friday night. Over 500 people from around the area attended Sass in the City, one of the biggest turnouts in the event’s history.
THREE RIVERS — Ladies from all around the area packed downtown Three Rivers Friday night for the annual Sass in the City “ladies’
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Holding the backpacks they just got from the Three Rivers Area Faith Community booth, 7-year-old Johnnie Redmond (left) and 5-year-old Charleigh Redmond (right) of Three Rivers enjoy the annual Back-To-School Celebration at The Huss Project Saturday. Around 300 backpacks were available to be given out at the festival free of charge, filled with school supplies for the new school year.
THREE RIVERS — With the back-to-school season rapidly approaching, a local nonprofit in Three Rivers helped local kids and their f
Photo provided by Mark Zeimet - Maggie Gose  of  Three Rivers hit an iron shot in Tuesday’s Match-Play event at Klinger Lake Country Club.
STURGIS — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ golf team opened its 2022 season Tuesday at Klinger Lake Country Club against Sturgis in a Match-Play event.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - United States Rep. Fred Upton speaks to those in attendance at Glen Oaks Community College Tuesday, celebrating a $900,000 distance learning grant the college received as an earmark in the newest federal budget. Upton helped spearhead putting the earmark in the bill, which the college looks to use to put videoconferencing equipment in classrooms to allow lessons to broadcast synchronously to students.
CENTREVILLE — A sitting United States Congressman was in Centreville Tuesday morning to mark a special occasion for Glen Oaks Comm
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Members of the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education debate the proposed guidelines for classroom displays during their meeting Monday.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - (From left to right) Karen Hutson, Antoinette Dehn, and Cynthia Giacobone of Three Rivers pose with their bags from Sass in the City Friday night. Over 500 people from around the area attended Sass in the City, one of the biggest turnouts in the event’s history.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Holding the backpacks they just got from the Three Rivers Area Faith Community booth, 7-year-old Johnnie Redmond (left) and 5-year-old Charleigh Redmond (right) of Three Rivers enjoy the annual Back-To-School Celebration at The Huss Project Saturday. Around 300 backpacks were available to be given out at the festival free of charge, filled with school supplies for the new school year.
Photo provided by Mark Zeimet - Maggie Gose  of  Three Rivers hit an iron shot in Tuesday’s Match-Play event at Klinger Lake Country Club.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - United States Rep. Fred Upton speaks to those in attendance at Glen Oaks Community College Tuesday, celebrating a $900,000 distance learning grant the college received as an earmark in the newest federal budget. Upton helped spearhead putting the earmark in the bill, which the college looks to use to put videoconferencing equipment in classrooms to allow lessons to broadcast synchronously to students.
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Fabius Township Trustee Judy Holman comments on the Three Rivera Ambulance contract proposal during Wednesday’s Fabius Township Board meeting.
CENTREVILLE — An effort to recall White Pigeon’s village president has reportedly fell short of its petition signature goal. In a determination filed Wednesday, St. Joseph County Clerk Lindsay Oswald stated that there were an insufficient number of valid petition signatures to move forward with...
CENTREVILLE — Twenty-five entities in St. Joseph County have submitted requests for a piece of the county’s remaining $1 million in American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds. Now the question of whose requests will get filled and for how much will be answered by the county commissioners themselves. On...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Members of the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education debate the proposed guidelines for classroom displays during their meeting Monday.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Community Schools will seek more guidance on proposed guidelines for classroom displays before making a final decision. No action was taken Monday by the TRCS Board of Education on the proposed guidelines for Three Rivers Community Schools buildings, instead opting to go...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - (From left to right) Karen Hutson, Antoinette Dehn, and Cynthia Giacobone of Three Rivers pose with their bags from Sass in the City Friday night. Over 500 people from around the area attended Sass in the City, one of the biggest turnouts in the event’s history.
THREE RIVERS — Ladies from all around the area packed downtown Three Rivers Friday night for the annual Sass in the City “ladies’ night out.” Organizers were very pleased with the turnout for Friday’s event, saying it was one of the highest turnouts they’ve seen for the event post-COVID. It was...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Holding the backpacks they just got from the Three Rivers Area Faith Community booth, 7-year-old Johnnie Redmond (left) and 5-year-old Charleigh Redmond (right) of Three Rivers enjoy the annual Back-To-School Celebration at The Huss Project Saturday. Around 300 backpacks were available to be given out at the festival free of charge, filled with school supplies for the new school year.
THREE RIVERS — With the back-to-school season rapidly approaching, a local nonprofit in Three Rivers helped local kids and their families get ready with a festival this past weekend. The Huss Project held its annual Back To School Festival Saturday, featuring games, activities, food vendors and...
FABIUS TWP. — Residents of Fabius Township will soon have their opportunity to weigh in on their proposed master plan update before it’s sent to the township’s board. The Fabius Township Planning Commission announced at their Aug. 9 meeting that a public hearing to gather feedback on the updated...
MENDON — The event many people consider to be the last hurrah of summer in St. Joseph County is coming back to Mendon for its 34th year. The 34th Mendon Riverfest will make its way back to town Thursday, Aug. 18 through Saturday, Aug. 20, with a number of events old and new at Reed Riverside Park...
Photo provided by Mark Zeimet - Maggie Gose  of  Three Rivers hit an iron shot in Tuesday’s Match-Play event at Klinger Lake Country Club.
STURGIS — The Three Rivers varsity girls’ golf team opened its 2022 season Tuesday at Klinger Lake Country Club against Sturgis in a Match-Play event. Three Rivers fell to Sturgis in all five matches. Madison Webb from Sturgis defeated Laynie Zabonick of Three Rivers 5&4. Citori Kosmerick...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - United States Rep. Fred Upton speaks to those in attendance at Glen Oaks Community College Tuesday, celebrating a $900,000 distance learning grant the college received as an earmark in the newest federal budget. Upton helped spearhead putting the earmark in the bill, which the college looks to use to put videoconferencing equipment in classrooms to allow lessons to broadcast synchronously to students.
CENTREVILLE — A sitting United States Congressman was in Centreville Tuesday morning to mark a special occasion for Glen Oaks Community College. U.S. Rep. Fred Upton was on hand at GOCC’s Dresser Business Development Auditorium as part of a celebration of a $900,000 congressional grant the college...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Fabius Township Trustee Judy Holman comments on the Three Rivera Ambulance contract proposal during Wednesday’s Fabius Township Board meeting.
FABIUS TWP. — Some of Fabius Township’s board members said they have little trust in the City of Three Rivers with regards to how it manages its ambulance funds. Those prevailing sentiments delayed a vote by the Fabius Township board Wednesday on a new ambulance contract between four local...

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