Lightning fire destroys home

Lightning fire destroys home

Lightning sparked a fire Wednesday morning which destroyed Troy and Barb Jones’ home of almost 30 years — again. The Joneses bought the former Gebhard ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dr. Free offers THD seminar

Marcus Free, MD, board-certified general surgeon, will offer the community a seminar on an advanced procedure called transanal hemorrhoidal dearterialization (THD) from 5:30 to 7:00 ... Read more  | Add your comment

SMC hosting two open houses

Southwestern Michigan College is hosting two open houses for high school seniors and their families from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 13 and ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac paving projects approved

Local street paving bids came in below estimated costs, allowing additional paving work. The 2013 local street paving project Dowagiac City Council approved April 8 ... Read more  | Add your comment

Haas Systems building in Dowagiac

Haas Systems, founded in 1980 on Fosdick Street in Wayne Township, is building a new facility in the industrial park by fall and moving its ... Read more  | Add your comment

Celebration Graduation recycling

Dowagiac Celebration Graduation 2013 will take all scrap metal, including old appliances, bikes, stainless steel sinks and broken faucets, broken cell phones, old auto parts, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dogwood free except for three

The Dogwood Fine Arts Festival May 10-19 will be free except for three attractions. Read more  | Add your comment

Langland wins national award

Langland wins national award

Sculptor Tuck Langland, creator of four public sculptures in Dowagiac, receives an award next month from the National Sculpture Society (NSS) of New York City. Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac woman shows up drunk to OWI sentencing

The sentencing hearing for a Dowagiac woman convicted of her sixth drunken driving offense took an unusual twist when the woman came to court drunk. Read more  | Add your comment

Mission trip dodges rioters

Wilber Breseman is just glad to be alive after a mission trip to Bangladesh. Read more  | Add your comment

Several factors will determine nuclear future

The United States needs 22 percent more electricity by 2035, according to 2010 estimates. Read more  | Add your comment

Governor recognizes Old Rugged Cross church preservation

Gov. Rick Snyder Thursday announced Pokagon’s Old Rugged Cross church restoration as one of six 2013 Michigan historic preservation awards. Read more  | Add your comment

SMC student art exhibited through April 24

Southwestern Michigan College Spring Student Art Exhibit opens April 11 and runs through April 25 in the Dowagiac campus art gallery with an artist reception ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. SMC band concert April 12  | Add your comment
  2. Beasley releasing worship album April 16  | Add your comment
  3. Arlo sings Woody Guthrie songs in Dowagiac May 18  | Add your comment
  4. Celebration Graduation 2014 organizing  | Add your comment
  5. Don’t text while driving  | Add your comment
  6. ‘Mousetrap’ auditions April 6-7  | Add your comment
  7. State gas prices ‘out like a lamb’  | Add your comment
  8. Nominees needed for United Way volunteer awards  | Add your comment
  9. Casino opening April 30  | Add your comment
  10. MDOT might move M-86 bridge to Cass  | Add your comment
  11. State police Niles Post to get new trooper recruits  | Add your comment
  12. Nuclear topic at SMC April 4  | Add your comment

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