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Ontwa facing more sewer fines

Ontwa Township has once again been fined by the Elkhart Board of Public Works. Read more  | Add your comment

Ontwa Township appoints sewer board members

At a special meeting last Thursday, Ontwa Township appointed six members to sit on the newly created Waste Water Board. Read more  | Add your comment

Edwardsburg hires four new teachers

Four new teachers will join the Edwardsburg High School staff this fall as the Edwardsburg Board of Education approved their hiring at its regular meeting ... Read more  | Add your comment

County residents coming home to roost

Commission approves request for urban chickens The mood in Cassopolis may soon turn a bit fowl. The village planning commission approved a recommendation for the ... Read more  | Add your comment

CSI: Cass County

CSI: Cass County

Area teens learn about criminal justice system Wednesday morning, at approximately 9 a.m., a group of Cass County middle school students discovered the grisly remains ... Read more  | Add your comment

Schools make move to healthier choices

Law requires all food sold meet dietary guidelines In recent years, public schools in the United States have been encouraged — and mandated, in some ... Read more  | Add your comment

Motorists, veterans escort replica of Vietnam Memorial Wall to Niles

Motorists, veterans escort replica of Vietnam Memorial Wall to Niles

Two names were on the mind of disabled veteran Alfred Walker prior to joining a convoy that escorted a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial ... Read more  | Add your comment

Principal prepares for new position

For Coloma High School educator and coach Mike Churchill, his current mission of helping children find their footing in life is rooted in a very ... Read more  | Add your comment

Siblings return to family home in Sister Lakes after 50 years

Siblings return to family home in Sister Lakes after 50 years

Despite having arrived at the residence earlier that morning, by Monday afternoon, Bill Bihlmire had already comfortably settled into the lake house he was renting ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles budget in the red

Harsh winter, buyout costs school system Niles Community Schools spent about $278,000 more than it brought in this school year because of increased costs associated ... Read more  | Add your comment

Noise complaint returns

Resident starts petition to quiet Massimo’s concerts A concerned citizen returned to the Niles City Council Monday night with a complaint she registered two months ... Read more  | Add your comment

Severe weather uproots trees at Riverfront Park

Severe weather uproots trees at Riverfront Park

Wearing a bright yellow vest, Ron Krueger pushed a buzzing chainsaw through what remained of a basswood tree resting at a 45-degree angle near the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Missing woman found

A Dowagiac woman missing for several hours was found alive Monday afternoon by public safety personnel. Jared Bradford, of the Dowagiac Police Department, said 82-year-old ... Read more  | Add your comment

More Articles

  1. County forecloses on lakeside property  | Add your comment
  2. LMC Mainstage show tickets to go on sale July 1  | Add your comment
  3. Niles police log June 16-18, 2014  | Add your comment
  4. Cass County proposes changes to healthcare coverage  | Add your comment
  5. Chamber to host after-hours networking event  | Add your comment
  6. Sex offender gets seven years  | Add your comment
  7. At-risk youth get free driver’s education classes  | Add your comment
  8. Dowagiac Rotary Club recognizes two at annual Fellow award ceremony  | Add your comment
  9. Twin Lakes robber gets probation, jail time  | Add your comment
  10. SMCAS changing leadership  | Add your comment
  11. Niles District Library events June 24-28, 2014  | Add your comment
  12. Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall coming to Niles  | Add your comment

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