Art students coloring Cassopolis

Art students coloring Cassopolis

The art room at Cassopolis High School has been buzzing with service projects. Read more  | Add your comment

Bridges Out Of Poverty graduation March 5

Our Father’s Family Keeper Ministries (OFFKM) is proud to announce the celebratory graduation and dinner of its first sponsored “Bridges Out Of Poverty Getting Ahead ... Read more  | Add your comment

Last Tagine in Paris expands

Last Tagine in Paris expands

When Carol (CeeCee) Wilson opened the Last Tagine in Paris, LLC last year, she was expecting to move into a larger space she is having ... Read more  | Add your comment

Sen. Proos announces re-election campaign

State Sen. John Proos, a Republican from St. Joseph, announced his re-election campaign Monday for the 21st Michigan State Senate seat that represents Berrien, Cass ... Read more  | Add your comment

Barn Swallow Theatre to host March meeting

Barn Swallow Theatre’s board of governors and membership will hold their March meeting on Saturday, March 1st at 10 a.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church ... Read more  | Add your comment

COA releases new look for publication, program catalog

The Cass County COA has revamped its look, logo and stationery, and created a new look for its monthly publication, The Messenger.  In addition, there ... Read more  | Add your comment

Commissioners give go-ahead for courthouse restoration

The movement toward reopening the vintage courthouse in downtown Cassopolis took a major step forward Thursday, as the Cass County Board of Commissioners voted to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Emergency manager offers tips on how to deal with crisis

Coming out of a series of turbulent winter storms with the possibility of floods due to melting snow, now is as good a time as ... Read more  | Add your comment

Board to vote on commitment to preserve courthouse

Board to vote on commitment to preserve courthouse

The first major decision in the countywide effort to restore the Cassopolis courthouse building will be made Thursday when the board of commissioners vote on ... Read more  | Add your comment

Motorists can file claims for vehicle damage resulting from potholes

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has a claims process for motorists whose vehicles have been damaged by hitting a pothole on a state trunkline, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Village council honors essay winners

Village council honors essay winners

The Cassopolis Village Council honored three Cassopolis Public School students for winning the Martin Luther King Jr. essay competition. Read more  | Add your comment

MLK essay contest Feb. 22 at Church of Cassopolis

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee will be hosting an essay contest for Black History Month on Feb. 22 at 11 a.m. at the Church ... Read more  | Add your comment

COA Profiles: For Maley, all it took was being asked

COA Profiles: For Maley, all it took was being asked

When you have an open heart like Frank Maley, all it takes to become a volunteer is being asked. Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Cass District Library upcoming events  | Add your comment
  2. Cassopolis resident presents alternative idea for courthouse restoration  | Add your comment
  3. Volunteer spotlight: Cameron Hayden, of Cassopolis  | Add your comment
  4. United Way seeking volunteers for Reading Day of Action  | Add your comment
  5. Cass County Great Start Parent Coalition February meeting  | Add your comment
  6. Road commission continues to collaborate  | Add your comment
  7. Cass County Bridges to hold meeting  | Add your comment
  8. Man faces 40 years for sexual assault  | Add your comment
  9. Year-round schooling unrealistic for local districts  | Add your comment
  10. Governor makes Great Start a priority  | Add your comment
  11. Niles post welcomes two new police dogs  | Add your comment
  12. Van hits plow truck in Cass County  | Add your comment

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