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CENTREVILLE — St Joseph County could potentially receive $1.4 million from the state in shorted revenue sharing in the future. St. Joseph County Finance Director Angie Steinman told county commissioners at their executive committee meeting Wednesday the county had been shorted in revenue sharing...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Justin Mitchell, a local real estate and tech entrepreneur, will be running for the First District seat on the Three Rivers City Commission in the November 2021 election.
THREE RIVERS — For the first time in several years, the race for the First District seat on the Three Rivers City Commission will be contested. Justin Mitchell, a real estate and technology entrepreneur, recently announced his candidacy for the seat and will be on the ballot this November, squaring...
CENTREVILLE — After being cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the St. Joseph County United Way’s “Yards, Barns and Brews” event had a successful resurgence for its second year over the weekend. Hundreds flocked to the St. Joseph County Fairgrounds to take part in the event, which was...
COLDWATER — The Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency (BHSJ) is encouraging tri-county area residents who received one or both of their COVID-19 vaccines in a state other than Michigan to contact them so that information can be entered in the Michigan Care Improvement Registry....
Screenshot via Zoom - Third District Three Rivers City Commissioner Chris Abel discusses a potential recreational marijuana ordinance in the city during Tuesday’s Three Rivers City Commission meeting.
THREE RIVERS — Members of the public weighed in for the first time Tuesday on a proposed recreational marijuana facility ordinance in Three Rivers. The Three Rivers City Commission held a public hearing during their meeting Tuesday on the ordinance, the first of two scheduled by the commission. The...
CENTREVILLE — With just under $12 million estimated to come into St. Joseph County from the American Rescue Plan, county commissioners say broadband expansion in the county could be top priority. First District Commissioner Jared Hoffmaster mentioned the possibility during commissioner comments at...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Christy Trammell (left) and Jared Hoffmaster (right) auction off a replica floorboard autographed by Michigan State men’s basketball coach Tom Izzo during a live auction at Saturday’s 19th annual IceBreaker event at the St. Joseph County Fairgrounds.
CENTREVILLE — The 19th annual IceBreaker event for the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce was plenty different from the past 18 years of the event. The event, which normally takes place in February in an indoor location, was moved outdoors and into the month of May due to COVID-19 precautions....
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Brandon (middle, in black coat) and Brian Armstrong (middle, beige coat), along with other local dignitaries, cut the ceremonial ribbon on Armstrong Park during a grand opening ceremony Saturday morning at the park’s Lois Stuck Family Pavillion.
THREE RIVERS — Residents and supporters from across the area celebrated the grand opening and dedication of a long-awaited development in Three Rivers Saturday. The Armstrong Park Sports Complex held a grand opening ceremony at the park’s Lois Stuck Family Pavilion. More than 40 people were in...
CONSTANTINE — An ordinance to allow sales of recreational marijuana in the Village of Constantine survived Tuesday, May 4 in a landslide vote. Constantine village residents overwhelmingly voted “No” on an amendment to the village’s ordinance regarding recreational marijuana sales, which are...
CONSTANTINE — A showdown at the ballot box over the fate of recreational marijuana in the Village of Constantine is expected to take place Tuesday, May 4. The referendum vote on a recreational marijuana shop ordinance is the only item on the ballot for village residents only, which will determine...

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