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Niles adds text message alert system

A text message alert system is being offered by the City of Niles to help keep the community informed of public safety issues, city events ... Read more  | Add your comment

Man cuts tether, gets year

Said he was unaware what he did was crime The simple act of cutting a leather strap proved costly for a Niles man. Prentice Michael ... Read more  | Add your comment

Students test green thumbs

Students test green thumbs

Emily Hanger picked a bug off of a potato plant and placed it into a plastic bag held by Niles fifth-grader Marika Ruppart. Hanger then ... Read more  | Add your comment

County on top of veteran’s affairs

After the revelations about the lengthy wait times at Veteran’s Affairs hospitals in recent weeks, a new conversation surrounding the treatment of the nation’s former ... Read more  | Add your comment

Area students beat summer boredom at vocal music camp

Area students beat summer boredom at vocal music camp

While the hallways of Southwestern Michigan College may be subdued during most weeks of the summer, they’ll be alive with the melody of vocal music ... Read more  | Add your comment

Family fun fireworks a success

Family fun fireworks a success

The Four Flags Area Chamber of Commerce was pleased with the turnout for its revamped fireworks fun festival in Niles on Thursday. The chamber added ... Read more  | Add your comment

Ring Lardner offers web-based education program

In an effort to ward off the summer learning slide and enrich the educational experience during the upcoming school year, Niles Community Schools is extending ... Read more  | Add your comment

Wounded Minnow temporarily closed

One of Dowagiac’s most popular dining destinations was forced to close its doors before the Fourth of July weekend, after suffering from a fire that ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac Lady Library Association seeking donations for sale

Even in today’s world, when tech-savvy readers can access thousands of books on devices they keep in their pockets, no device can replicate the look ... Read more  | Add your comment

Birthday gifts turn into donation to food pantry

Birthday gifts turn into donation to food pantry

Most children want presents, cakes and even a party for their birthdays, but Wyatt Mitchell decided for his sixth birthday he wanted to help others. Read more  | Add your comment

Ontwa Township-Edwardsburg Police call log

Here are the calls the Ontwa Township-Edwardsburg Police Department responded to from June 22-30: Read more  | Add your comment

Niles nurse plans 400-mile bike ride for hospice

Niles resident and registered nurse Dawn Spoon is taking her first long-distance bicycle ride this month to raise money and awareness for a cause near ... Read more  | Add your comment

Legacy 4-H plants bushes and trees at Bonine House

Legacy 4-H plants bushes and trees at Bonine House

“Some people wish it will happen. Some people wait for it to happen. Legacy 4-H makes it happen.” Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Niles District Library events July 7-12, 2014  | Add your comment
  2. Cassopolis Police Department call log  | Add your comment
  3. Dowagiac schools purchase new vehicles with Pokagon donation  | Add your comment
  4. Summer in the City returns  | Add your comment
  5. Republican candidates face off in forum next week  | Add your comment
  6. Niles: SMCAS articles unfinished  | Add your comment
  7. Volunteer of the Week: Jodi Curran  | Add your comment
  8. Teen cyclist injured in downtown Niles crash  | Add your comment
  9. Niles police log June 27, 2014  | Add your comment
  10. Committee to assess Niles’ downtown streetscape  | Add your comment
  11. Former Niles supt. lands job  | Add your comment
  12. Storm damages home of Niles teacher  | Add your comment

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