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COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - St. Joseph County Administrator Teresa Doehring discusses during Wednesday’s Executive Committee meeting of the St. Joseph County a proposal from architect TowerPinkster for $53,000 to help gather information needed to submit a loan application from the USDA for a courts building renovation project.
CENTREVILLE — St. Joseph County is slowly taking steps toward preparation for a future courts building renovation project. During Wednesday’s Executive Committee meeting of the St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners, County Administrator Teresa Doehring said the county will soon file an...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers High School will remain open after a TRHS student and a staff member recently tested positive for COVID-19. Three Rivers Community Schools made the announcement of the positive student case in a Facebook post and a letter to parents Thursday. Due to medical privacy laws...
CENTREVILLE — Courts in St. Joseph County have once again been closed to the public. On Thursday, the St. Joseph County Administrator’s Office announced that due to “an upward trajectory of COVID-19 cases,” the St. Joseph County Courts Building has returned to Phase 2 of the Michigan Supreme Court’...
CONSTANTINE — A fire that occurred Wednesday night in Constantine resulted in the total loss of a home and its contents. Firefighters from the Constantine Fire Department responded to the fire in the 600 block of Water Street at 10:42 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28. Fire Chief Mike Haydon said the fire...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - YMCA Camp Eberhart will host a trunk-or-treat event at its campgrounds just outside of Three Rivers on Saturday, Oct. 31 from 1 to 3 p.m. Pictured is Camp Director Katia Martin with a decorated pumpkin for the occasion near the front entrance of the camp.
THREE RIVERS — Many things have changed with the continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic, and Halloween has been one of them. One of the biggest types of events around Halloween the pandemic has affected are the ever-popular “trunk or treats,” where a group of people gather at a central location with...
CENTREVILLE — Centreville Public Schools’ Board of Education approved the first reading of a number of new board policies during their meeting Monday. The policy revisions cover more than a dozen subjects, including approved courses, reproductive health classes, attendance for full time students,...
Photo provided - United States Air Force 1st Lt. Landon Santori, a native of Sturgis, participated in the pre-game flyover before Game 1 of the 2020 World Series on Tuesday, Oct. 20 in Arlington, Texas.
ARLINGTON, Texas — One of the more awe-inspiring aspects of any pre-sporting event ceremony is the fighter jet flyover following the National Anthem. One St. Joseph County native recently got the chance to be a part of one of those flyovers before the biggest sporting event of the fall – the World...
CENTREVILLE — Residents in a White Pigeon Township subdivision are looking to be compensated for a St. Joseph County Road Commission error involving sod cutting. Township Supervisor Don Gloy spoke to members of the St. Joseph County Road Commission during their meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 21 about...
CENTREVILLE — To help local residents prepare for the upcoming election Nov. 3, the St. Joseph County Clerk’s office put together frequently asked questions about absentee ballots, voting times and more. If people have questions that are not addressed with this FAQ, the clerk’s office recommends...
CENTREVILLE — School district superintendents from around St. Joseph County are urging the community to stay diligent and adhere to county health department protocols as COVID-19 cases increase in the county. The plea to the community came in the form of a letter written Monday and released...

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