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Cass introducing students to manufacturing careers

Cass County is teaming up with Lewis Cass Intermediate School District, Michigan Works!, Southwestern Michigan College and area manufacturers to introduce students to manufacturing careers ... Read more  | Add your comment

Beckwith fund drive continues

  Beckwith Theatre Company would like to thank the many patrons and community members who financially supported the donation drive to “Save the Beckwith,” which ... Read more  | Add your comment

Langlands celebrate anniversary at castle

Sculptor Tuck Langland, who created four public sculptures in Dowagiac, had a memorable 2012, what with the September birth of Theo Howson, his third grandchild ... Read more  | Add your comment

Nine seek Miss Dowagiac’s crown

Miss Dowagiac Erica Greenwood crowns her successor Saturday, Feb. 9, at the 74th Miss Dowagiac Scholarship Pageant. Read more  | Add your comment

Tree of Love made $8,851

    The spirit of giving was truly embraced during the recent holiday season. Women with low incomes in southwest Michigan are the welcome recipients, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac police answered 8,590 calls

Each year, all departments provide annual reports of operation for City Council review. Over the next several months, I will be presenting highlights from these ... Read more  | Add your comment

Parapro Sally Bridges wears many hats

Parapro Sally Bridges wears many hats

Our para-professional Sally Bridges is a woman of many talents to say the least. Her daily routine consists of countless interactions with students that help ... Read more  | Add your comment

How school chiefs make closing call

Cass and Berrien counties were of two minds when it came to closing school Tuesday. Read more  | Add your comment

Chase ends with vehicle hitting house

Dowagiac Police Department took a suspect into custody Saturday night after a short vehicle pursuit ended when the 20-year-old Dowagiac resident struck a house. Read more  | Add your comment

Pat Ham volunteer survived Nazi Germany

Schools should be safe places, but Ursula Gustav was wary way before the “heartbreaking” massacre Dec. 14 at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Read more  | Add your comment

St. John’s enhanced security

St. John’s Childcare and Learning Center, 603 McCleary St., beefed up security, but not in response to the Dec. 14 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre ... Read more  | Add your comment

Two new attractions planned for Ice Time

Ice Time, Greater Dowagiac Chamber of Commerce’s 17th annual winter arts festival Feb. 2 in the central business district, will try again to launch two ... Read more  | Add your comment

Miss Dowagiac ticket sales start Jan. 21

Miss Dowagiac ticket sales start Jan. 21

Miss Dowagiac Erica Greenwood crowns her successor Saturday, Feb. 9, at the 74th Miss Dowagiac Scholarship Pageant. Tickets will be available for purchase through one ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. School breakfast business grows  | Add your comment
  2. Skinner publishes first novel  | Add your comment
  3. Obesity series begins  | Add your comment
  4. Mathews fifth member of casino board  | Add your comment
  5. Gas prices way down compared to 2012  | Add your comment
  6. Hunter’s Rendezvous Jan. 26  | Add your comment
  7. Canniff jailed ‘for dance with the devil’  | Add your comment
  8. $13,000 food drive surpasses goal  | Add your comment
  9. Local Legends’ songs in running  | Add your comment
  10. Cigarette smuggling on the rise  | Add your comment
  11. Pokagon Band acquires Portage company  | Add your comment
  12. Dowagiac woman charged with embezzlement  | Add your comment

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