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High flyers return to Dowagiac for festival

Action sports entertainment company, AGA Nation, will be returning to downtown Dowagiac for this community’s 29th annual Summer in the City Festival as BMX riders ... Read more  | Add your comment

Second Elkhart man found guilty in home invasion

A second member of the “selfie squad” has been found guilty in Cass County court. After a full day of testimony on Tuesday and the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Death at a theater: Beckwith presents murder mystery Friday

Death at a theater: Beckwith presents murder mystery Friday

Set in the mists of the English countryside, Agatha Christie’s “The Hollow” is a play that features complex characters, romantic intrigue and a plethora of ... Read more  | Add your comment

First female firefighter hired in Niles

First female firefighter hired in Niles

Standing in the bucket of a fire truck ladder extended almost 100 feet above the city, Nichole VanderWerf took in the view through her polarized ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles councilwoman suing McDonald’s

Niles councilwoman suing McDonald’s

Holding a picture of her shattered leg bone in front of a crowd at the Greater Niles Senior Center Thursday, Georgia Boggs spoke about the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Benefit for Ryan Hartman Scholarship Saturday

A benefit for the Ryan Hartman Scholarship fund will be held from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at Brandywine Middle/Senior High School. A 2006 graduate ... Read more  | Add your comment

New dental office welcoming Cass County patients

Cassopolis Dental will be building a new facility in the near future according to Dr. John Hayman. Hayman, a graduate of the University of Detroit, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Council disagrees on compensation for wastewater committee

After a new wastewater treatment board for Ontwa Township was assembled last month, township officials disagreed on who should be paid to attend meetings. Since ... Read more  | Add your comment

Ontwa Township residents speak out

Ontwa Township residents speak out

Council questioned about wastewater treatment issues Nick Donis shook his head in disgust as he walked to the microphone to make a statement at the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles boy collecting food pantry donations for birthday

Niles boy collecting food pantry donations for birthday

When Zach Ryman saw the near empty shelves at the Niles Salvation Army’s food pantry, he was shocked. Read more  | Add your comment

Local soldier arrived from Afghanistan hours before birth of his first child

Local soldier arrived from Afghanistan hours before birth of his first child

Alex Marshall is used to working under pressure. Serving two tours overseas in Afghanistan with the Army, Marshall spent countless hours diffusing unexploded ordinances and ... Read more  | Add your comment

Volunteer of the Week: Bob Byers

Bob Byers, of Niles, is chairperson of the Niles-Buchanan Relay for Life, an event that raises money for the American Cancer Society taking place Saturday ... Read more  | Add your comment

Grand opening set for I-M River Valley Trail

Niles Charter Township will hold a public grand opening of a portion of the Indiana-Michigan River Valley Trail at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 9 at ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Niles-Buchanan Relay for Life starts Saturday  | Add your comment
  2. Fitch Camp receives donation  | Add your comment
  3. Second public hearing set for Cassopolis chicken ordinance  | Add your comment
  4. Council sets rules for Russom Park  | Add your comment
  5. Local church garden faces tree infection  | Add your comment
  6. Four-year-old dies after traffic crash  | Add your comment
  7. Riverfest raft race sunk?  | Add your comment
  8. Riverfront property to be razed  | Add your comment
  9. Setting a good example  | Add your comment
  10. A sizzling return  | Add your comment
  11. Time to slow down  | Add your comment
  12. Repairs planned for M-60  | Add your comment

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