Education

Interviews begin for Niles Schools superintendent

Niles Community Schools is in the process of searching for a new superintendent to replace Interim Supt. Michael Lindley, who took over when former Supt. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Helping furry friends

Helping furry friends

All January long, the school’s Mean Stinks Club will be organizing a variety of fundraising events for three local organizations dedicated to helping animals: Human ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles superintendent interviews this week

The effort to find a new superintendent for Niles Community Schools continues this week. The board of education is in the process of interviewing six ... Read more  | Add your comment

What makes a snow day?

After the brutal winter weather the area received around the same time period a year ago, southwest Michigan received a green and slightly cloudy Christmas ... Read more  | Add your comment

Board pleased with finalists

The search for a new superintendent of Niles Community Schools yielded 23 applicants. Of those who applied, six were chosen as finalists last week by ... Read more  | Add your comment

Locals react to proposed road funding plan, decision left to voters

Locals react to proposed road funding plan, decision left to voters

Working on one hour of sleep after a long night of legislative duties, Rep. Dave Pagel said Friday morning he is happy that Michigan lawmakers ... Read more  | Add your comment

Finalists chosen for Niles superintendent job

The Niles Community Schools Board of Education has announced six finalists for the position of superintendent of schools and has set dates for interviews. Read more  | Add your comment

Therapy dog helps Northside students learn

Therapy dog helps Northside students learn

A 3-year-old Labradoodle named “Remi” is encouraging students at Northside Child Development Center to become better at speaking. Read more  | Add your comment

Edwardsburg board honors Stickney for 29 years of service

Edwardsburg Board of Education trustee Douglas Stickney ended his 29 years of service to a standing ovation from the audience at the board’s regularly scheduled ... Read more  | Add your comment

Hargrove wins $100 grant from Honor Credit Union

Ross Beatty Jr./Sr. High School teacher Kelly Hargrove is one of 30 area teachers to receive a grant from Honor Credit Union. Read more  | Add your comment

Welcome back art

Welcome back art

There was no shortage of activity in Karon Miars’ art class at Brandywine Elementary School Wednesday morning. Sixth-grader Ava Doctor was helping classmate Caleb Nikodem ... Read more  | Add your comment

Freshmen leaders

Freshmen leaders

High school recognizes students for intangibles While their names may not be at the top of honor roll every semester, a select group of Dowagiac ... Read more  | Add your comment

District concerned about road legislation

The race to find a solution to Michigan’s ailing roads in Lansing has drawn the attention of citizens and leaders across the state, including those ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Honored for their service  | Add your comment
  2. School leaders concerned with road funding bill  | Add your comment
  3. Dowagiac Schools receive highest grade in financial audit  | Add your comment
  4. Brandywine’s adult ed grads now get diplomas earlier  | Add your comment
  5. Northside kindergarteners hit by ‘snowstorm’  | Add your comment
  6. Cass board considering bond issue  | Add your comment
  7. Niles students ‘deck the halls’ for Salvation Army  | Add your comment
  8. Enrollment drops slightly at area schools  | Add your comment
  9. Area farmer wins SMC farmland  | Add your comment
  10. SMC Foundation to auction off farmland  | Add your comment
  11. Niles New Tech chosen as national filming site  | Add your comment
  12. The gift of reading  | Add your comment

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