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Borgess-Lee Memorial to lay off portion of staff

An unspecified number of employees with Borgess-Lee Memorial Hospital may lose their jobs, as the healthcare provider plans on scaling back its workforce due to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Local connection to ‘Wolf of Wall Street’

An homage to Dowagiac zips by on the stock ticker at the beginning of Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street” courtesy of Southwestern Michigan ... Read more  | Add your comment

Street department busy removing snow

Niles Public Works Director Joseph Ray said Thursday that street department crews are working hard to clear snow from city streets after the most recent ... Read more  | Add your comment

Prosecutor awaits police report on fatal crash

It is too soon to determine whether or not charges will be filed against a 14-year-old driver whose passenger died in a car crash early ... Read more  | Add your comment

Flu season ramping up

As cases of the flu continue to rise in Michigan, the state’s Department of Community Health last week upgraded the level of flu activity in ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dig into history at the Ft. St. Joseph Museum

Dig into history at the Ft. St. Joseph Museum

Residents of Niles, Mich. are most likely familiar with the contents and history of the Fort St. Joseph Museum, located at 508 E. Main St. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Thrill on the Hill returns to Buchanan

Thrill on the Hill returns to Buchanan

What do you do when you have a very big hill that runs right through the middle of town and a very long winter full ... Read more  | Add your comment

Child who died in accident remembered for manners, smile

Child who died in accident remembered for manners, smile

Over the past few days, members of the Brandywine community have shared their memories of 12-year-old Adrian Chiquito. The descriptions have varied from person to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Cassopolis year in review: development the name of the game

Cassopolis year in review: development the name of the game

Cassopolis residents will remember 2013 as the year of development, both within the village and the county. The two biggest announcements came early in 2013, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Year in review: Community helps out others in 2013

Year in review: Community helps out others in 2013

Edwardsburg residents will recall 2013 as the year of ups and down. Read more  | Add your comment

YMCA offers tips for a healthier New Year

As the calendar flips to 2014, many people are setting New Year’s resolutions. Read more  | Add your comment

12-year-old dies in fatal crash

A 12-year-old Niles resident was killed in a one-vehicle crash early Tuesday morning, according to Cass County Sheriff Joseph M. Underwood Jr. Adrian Matthew Chiquito, ... Read more  | Add your comment

2013 an extraordinary year for SMC

Officials at Southwestern Michigan College say the school experienced an extraordinary year with transformative changes that will be felt for years. These are the top ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. City officials predict another great year for business  | Add your comment
  2. Fire destroys Niles home  | Add your comment
  3. One dead after vehicle strikes tree  | Add your comment
  4. Humane Society to build new facility  | Add your comment
  5. Niles year in review: Niles man sentenced in double homicide  | Add your comment
  6. COA January activities in Dowagiac and Cass  | Add your comment
  7. Extreme Poms featured in Disney parade  | Add your comment
  8. Boy Scounts collect newspaper, aluminum  | Add your comment
  9. Welcoming the New Year downtown  | Add your comment
  10. Dowagiac Daily News’ top 10 stories of 2013: New casino tops list  | Add your comment
  11. Dowagiac Police Log, Dec. 25-27, 2013  | Add your comment
  12. Dowagiac Fine Arts Boosters thank the community  | Add your comment

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