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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — In one of the tighter contests of the primary election in St. Joseph County, Luis Rosado is projected to win the Republican nomination for the new Fourth District seat on the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners. Rosado, a White Pigeon resident and former Sturgis police...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — Steve Carra looks to be one election away from re-election to the Michigan House of Representatives. According to unofficial results from Tuesday’s primary elections in St. Joseph County, Carra, the incumbent in the Republican primary for 36th District state representative,...
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — An incumbent on the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners has been defeated in the Republican primary Tuesday night. With all relevant precincts fully reporting their unofficial results, businessman Rusty Baker is projected to win the race for the Republican nomination for...
BURR OAK TWP. — Burr Oak Township Clerk Jackie Wells has been directed by the Michigan Bureau of Elections to not administer elections “until further notice” due to alleged “serious violations” of Michigan election law regarding the issuance of absentee voter ballots for Tuesday’s primary election...
Photo Provided - The cast of the Mendon Drama Club production of Disney’s “Descendants” pose for a photo before a recent rehearsal. Pictured in the front row from left to right are Zoey Carnes, Kohl Gonser, Nevaeh Johnson and Sam Heflin. Pictured in the back row from left to right are Zabrina Zetty, Maddie McLove, Hunter Smith, Iszy Reyes, Kaycie Tyler, Aree Morgan, Addison Shimer, Ean Bingaman, Anna Sanford, Alivia Stuart, Rachael Eberstein, Kevin Morgan, and Alex Verrill.
MENDON — What if Disney’s famous villains had kids? That question comprises part of the premise of Disney’s musical “Descendants,” which will be put on locally by the Mendon Drama Club from Aug. 5-7 and 12-14 at Mendon Elementary School. Show times are 7:30 p.m. for Friday and Saturday shows and 2...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - St. Joseph County 3B District Court Judge Robert Pattison speaks to Three Rivers city commissioners Monday about perceived security issues with having Family Court move to the old Three Rivers Public Library building. His comments were part of a discussion about selling the building at 920 W. Michigan Ave. to the county to move Family Court and its related services, which was approved by the city 4-1.
THREE RIVERS — Family court and probate court will soon be moving from Centreville to Three Rivers. In a 4-1 vote by the Three Rivers City Commission Monday, commissioners officially approved the final sale of the old Three Rivers Public Library building at 920 W. Michigan Ave. to St. Joseph County...
CONSTANTINE — Constantine Village Council members learned there is going to be a delay, due to several reasons, for completion of their new wastewater treatment plant at a Monday, Aug. 1 council meeting. The village is using USDA/Rural Development financing for the new sewer plant. The USDA...
THREE RIVERS — A new face from outside the district was hired to be the new Three Rivers Middle School assistant principal Monday. The Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education Monday approved the hire of Anthony Wolbert to be the assistant principal by a unanimous 4-0 vote of the board....
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Pictured is the Riverside Church polling location in Three Rivers during the November 2020 election. The primary election for the 2022 election cycle will be held Tuesday, Aug. 2, with a number of contested primaries and proposals to vote for.
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY — Michigan’s primary elections for the 2022 election cycle occur Tuesday, Aug. 2, with a number of contested local, county and state primaries on the ballot. Polls open at 7 a.m. Tuesday morning and go until 8 p.m. Polling locations around the county are as follows: Burr Oak...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Pictured is the Constantine Village Office Thursday. The Village of Constantine will have three proposals on Tuesday’s primary ballot, looking for permission to create special assessments for fire protection, police protection and ambulance service.
CONSTANTINE — Police, fire and ambulance services are considered to be essential services to any community to keep people safe. With rising expenses in recent years, however, one community is hoping residents will give them permission to let them get more funds for these essential services. The...

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