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COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Centreville native and former audiology practice CEO Pamela Riley was hired as the new executive director of the St. Joseph County Commission on Aging recently, beginning her tenure on Jan. 4.
THREE RIVERS — Pamela Riley has a fair amount of experience with the area’s senior population. As the former CEO of Michiana-based audiology practice Darr and Associates, the 49-year-old Riley, a doctor of audiology for the past 25 years, helped a number of clients with hearing aids as well as...
CENTREVILLE — St. Joseph County Circuit Court Administrator Kathy Griffin updated county commissioners Wednesday on how courts are managing the COVID-19 pandemic and when they might reopen for jury trials. Griffin said that just like the state has phases for re-opening, courts also have reopening...
THREE RIVERS — An annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration will be held in Three Rivers Monday, but it will look different from previous years. The Three Rivers Area Faith Community will hold its annual “Solidarity in Diversity” Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration in downtown Three Rivers...
CENTREVILLE — Centreville Public Schools Superintendent Stephanie Lemmer gave an update to Board of Education members Monday on how the first day of in-person learning went for the district. The district returned students to in-person learning on Monday after not having been in class for the last...
Screenshot via YouTube - Members of the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education discuss revising the district’s Return to Learn plan during their meeting Monday. Board members voted to return elementary students to face-to-face learning Jan. 19, while middle and high school students return to a hybrid format Jan. 25 and transition to face-to-face learning Feb. 8.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers elementary school students will be back in the classroom sooner than expected. At Monday’s Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education meeting, board members voted to revise the district’s Return to Learn plan to have Pre-Kindergarten through fifth grade students...
LANSING — A lawsuit involving the Three Rivers City Clerk’s rejection of a recreational marijuana shop ordinance petition is nearing a settlement. The case of (SET ITAL)Jobs for Michigan Communities v. Melissa Bliss(END ITAL) was scheduled for oral argument at the Michigan Court of Appeals Friday...
File photo from Zimont’s Facebook page - Dr. Charles Zimont (2014 photo) was the Falcon team physician for nearly 60 years.
CONSTANTINE — Sports fans in Constantine showed appreciation for nearly 60 years of service to the athletic program by Dr. Charles Zimont at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday with a drive-by parade, in front of Dr. Charles and Joelene Zimont's home on Water Street. Cars in the drive-by assembled at Eastside...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority Board of Directors Friday delayed two key action items until their budget retreat later this month. The board delayed action on approving Executive Director Tricia Meyer’s annual evaluation, as well as delayed action on a two-year...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Seven-year-old Lucas VanderVeen of Canton, Mich. scales the rock-climbing wall during Bair Lake Bible Camp’s Snowfest Sunday.
JONES — There may not have been snow on the ground Sunday at Bair Lake Bible Camp in Jones, but the camp’s annual Snowfest still went off without a hitch. More than 100 families escaped the winter blues and attended the event, which featured different activities for kids and their families,...
COLDWATER — In an announcement Monday afternoon, the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph County Community Health Agency (BHSJ) announced a new collaboration that will allow them to receive doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. BHSJ will be collaborating with the Kalamazoo County Health Department...

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