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Library purse snatcher sentenced

A Niles man’s pleas for leniency went unanswered after he was caught stealing money and a checkbook from purses at a local library. During sentencing ... Read more  | Add your comment

Tractor Supply Company hosts pet adoption day

Tractor Supply Company hosts pet adoption day

When a 3-year-old longhaired dachshund mix named Bruno came to Fur-Ever Fosters dog rescue four months ago, he came with more than just a warm ... Read more  | Add your comment

Cass County scrap tire collection remains successful

If there is one thing that could be said about the county’s recent effort to remove scrap tires littering its streets and properties, it is ... Read more  | Add your comment

Attempted firearm theft lands homeless man in jail

A man who attempted to steal a handgun from a vehicle in Cassopolis will be spending the next year in a Cass County jail for ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac man gets probation for grocery store theft

Though Judge Michael Dodge spared him from spending the next year in jail for his crime, 19-year-old Jacob Dean Worthington received a stern reminder of ... Read more  | Add your comment

Remembering Mr. Niles Sports

Remembering Mr. Niles Sports

One of Niles’ great athletes, Dillard Crocker, passed away last week at the age of 89. A member of the Niles High School 1942 state ... Read more  | Add your comment

Formula 4 Success

Formula 4 Success

Assembly highlights ways to increase achievement Howard-Ellis Elementary School has cracked the code for producing student success. Atmosphere + Attitude + Appropriate Behavior = Achievement. ... Read more  | Add your comment

LMC brings 60-plus colleges to campus

Lake Michigan College will host its annual College Night on Monday, Sept. 22. Read more  | Add your comment

Niles receives award for water quality

When it comes to adding fluoride to its water supply, the City of Niles is doing things right. Read more  | Add your comment

Ballard renames Strive, Aspire to reduce competition

The Strive program is alive and well at Ballard Elementary School in Niles, although school officials are removing the use of the name Strive to ... Read more  | Add your comment

A second chance at education

A second chance at education

Amy Pride was 16 years old when she dropped out of Brandywine High School to deal with the death of her grandfather. Read more  | Add your comment

County program continues efforts to spread poverty education

County program continues efforts to spread poverty education

The mission of Cass County’s Bridges Out of Poverty program is spelled out in its name: to provide county residents with a means of escaping ... Read more  | Add your comment

Fall classes begin this week at Southwestern Michigan College

Fall classes begin this week at Southwestern Michigan College

For the 50th year in a row, the hallways of Southwestern Michigan College’s facilities are alive with the flood of students rushing between classrooms. The ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  4. Sheriff’s Department raises money for scholarships  | Add your comment
  5. Michigan State Police to honor fallen trooper  | Add your comment
  6. Buchanan’s scarecrow ladies  | Add your comment
  7. Growing a garden club  | Add your comment
  8. Buchanan students deal with grief  | Add your comment
  9. Fresh start for Cass students, faculty  | Add your comment
  10. Back in session  | Add your comment
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  12. One injured in Mason Township crash  | Add your comment

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