Education

Museum given new name

The Museum at Southwestern Michigan College will henceforth be known as Dowagiac Area History Museum. Read more  | Add your comment

Veterans recount a range of service

Ken Hornburg’s taste of combat came during three weeks in riot-torn Detroit in 1967. Read more  | Add your comment

Marines define discipline for Justus Gage

Marines define discipline for Justus Gage

Trust Vietnam-era Marines to convey the discipline military service demands. Read more  | Add your comment

44 freshmen make strong move to DUHS

Dowagiac Union High School Friday recognized 44 top-performing freshmen with academic excellence certificates. These students earned all A’s and B’s in all of their classes. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Pat Ham fired up Chiefs for big game

Pat Ham fired up Chiefs for big game

Students at Patrick Hamilton often watch the football teams during practices and scrimmages outside their classroom windows and wave to them on their way to ... Read more  | Add your comment

SMC wonders if world is ending

Evaluating doomsday prophecies incurred by the end of the Mayan calendar on Dec. 21 means thinking of time in a different way. Read more  | Add your comment

Rotary sends three to RYLA camp

Kristyn Turner carries a pencil as a reminder of her mid-August experience at Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) camp in Battle Creek. Read more  | Add your comment

Students serve seniors at healthy luncheon

Students serve seniors at healthy luncheon

Former Silver Creek Township supervisor Bill Martin said it was good to get out to lunch Thursday at the free senior citizen luncheon served by ... Read more  | Add your comment

10 seek Miss Niles crown

Ten girls are vying for the honor of being crowned Miss Niles during the Miss Niles Scholarship Pageant Nov. 18 at Niles High School. Read more  | Add your comment

SMC’s Anderson wins school seat

Eric Coles lost his seat on the Edwardsburg Board of Education to challenger Amy Anderson, but he was re-elected as a Southwestern Michigan College trustee. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Edwardsburg plays ‘And Then There Were None’

Edwardsburg plays ‘And Then There Were None’

Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” will be presented by Edwardsburg High School this weekend. Read more  | Add your comment

Voters pass Brandywine millage renewal

Brandywine Community Schools students and staff can breathe a little easier now that voters overwhelmingly passed the district’s millage renewal proposal in Tuesday’s general election. Read more  | Add your comment

Whitmyer remains on Cassopolis school board

In a close race, local businesses owner and Cassopolis graduate Lori Whitmyer was voted onto the Cassopolis School Board during Tuesday’s general election. Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Obama debates Romney at DUHS  | Add your comment
  2. Court date Wednesday for Dowagiac student charged with bringing guns to school  | Add your comment
  3. Southside School honors veterans  | Add your comment
  4. Winter indoor walking hours set at Niles Schools  | Add your comment
  5. Wedding bells ring at Niles High  | Add your comment
  6. Life lesson: tying the knot$$$  | Add your comment
  7. Inspiration Scholarship Foundation donates $2,500  | Add your comment
  8. Three seeking one seat on Edwardsburg board  | Add your comment
  9. Students learn about local history  | Add your comment
  10. ‘Parents Just Don’t Understand’ Nov. 9-11 at Ross Beatty  | Add your comment
  11. Eagle Lake Elementary receives ‘Reward School’ designation  | Add your comment
  12. Students present county campus plans to board  | Add your comment

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