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January Starfish story: Vickie Turczi

Vickie Turczi is an ordinary person who makes a difference each day for the students and staff at Kincheloe Elementary. While Turczi’s official position is ... Read more  | Add your comment

City council weighs hike to utility rates

Dowagiac businesses and residents who use the city’s electric and sewer services may see a slight increase on their bills next month. The Dowagiac City ... Read more  | Add your comment

Teen changes life by losing more than 100 pounds

While the fall is still months away, eight-grade student Enrique Aguirre is already making big plans for his freshman year at Dowagiac Union High School. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Chasing his dream: local singer auditioning for “The Voice”

For Dowagiac’s Leo Brooks Jr., the inspiration to finally seize his dreams came not from the promise of fame and fortune, but to honor the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles man’s drag racer featured in tools calendar

Niles man’s drag racer featured in tools calendar

Roger Ibbotson’s smiling face can be found on a 2014 calendar for Snap-on tools. Read more  | Add your comment

Councilman suggests restricting parking hours in Niles

A Niles City Council member has asked the city administrator to look into the possibility of making it so vehicles can't be parked on city ... Read more  | Add your comment

Sen. Carl Levin to visit Cass County

Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich. who is Michigan’s longest serving senator will be attending a meet and greet at the Cass County Democratic Headquarters at 7:30 ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles Haunted House offering scholarships

Attention all Niles area high school seniors! The Niles Haunted House Board of Directors is pleased to announce that it is awarding $500 scholarships to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Wood Fire owner to take over St. Joseph restaurant

For more than 24 years, Schu’s Grill and Bar at the corner of Pleasant Street and Lake Boulevard in St. Joseph has been a favorite ... Read more  | Add your comment

Museum to upgrade video kiosks

Local history buffs will soon get a chance to see more of the region’s history spring into motion, as the Dowagiac Area History Museum plans ... Read more  | Add your comment

Board upholds new hire

Only a few weeks after being named to the position, Cass County’s newly appointed finance director was fighting for her job. The Cass County Board ... Read more  | Add your comment

Police: Walmart arsonist visited store previous day

Police: Walmart arsonist visited store previous day

Police say the person responsible for starting a fire at the Niles Walmart Sunday morning was mostly likely at the store the previous morning attempting ... Read more  | Add your comment

Volunteers of the week: Curtis and Bianca May

Curtis and Bianca L. May run Our Father’s Family Keeper Ministries. They reside in Vandalia. To learn more, visit their website at ourfathersfamilykeeper.org or call ... Read more  | Add your comment

More Articles

  1. Donuts done different  | Add your comment
  2. Restoring the river  | Add your comment
  3. Michigan eliminates Michicard program  | Add your comment
  4. Fire in Niles Walmart considered arson  | Add your comment
  5. Miss Dowagiac museum exhibit  | Add your comment
  6. SMC gets new Jones endowment  | Add your comment
  7. New owners to take over Dowagiac Save-a-Lot  | Add your comment
  8. New bank coming soon  | Add your comment
  9. Niles home likely lost in fire  | Add your comment
  10. LMC to host community environmental activist  | Add your comment
  11. Niles Police Log Jan. 5-7, 2014  | Add your comment
  12. Car hits school bus near Lake Michigan College  | Add your comment

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