Cardiologist comes to campus, urges calorie counting

Counting calories is key to combating obesity, which is as life-threatening as smoking. “Exercise is a pretty cruddy way to lose weight,” Elkhart cardiologist Dr. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Search for new county road manager begins

Though the two organizations will continue to operate in tandem, members of the Cass County road commission announced Thursday that they are seeking a new ... Read more  | Add your comment

WSBT meteorologist visits Sister Lakes Elementary

WSBT meteorologist visits Sister Lakes Elementary

It’s not every day that students at Sister Lakes Elementary receive a visit from the local TV station. Imagine their surprise when one of their ... Read more  | Add your comment

Wounded Minnow wins chili contest

Wounded Minnow wins chili contest

While the phrase “listen to your customers” is sound advice for any business, it led the Wounded Minnow to victory in the 2014 “Chili Crawl” ... Read more  | Add your comment

United Way seeking volunteers for Reading Day of Action

This spring, volunteers with the United Way of Southwest Michigan will be taking time out to read to thousands of students during the organization’s annual ... Read more  | Add your comment

FAFSA help available Sunday

Hundreds of volunteers will help Michigan students and their families complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, during College Goal Sunday events ... Read more  | Add your comment

Last call for artists

The Dowagiac Dogwood Fine Arts Festival is accepting applications from area artists for the sixth consecutive Up Front Art Walk. This event is a 10-day, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Pokagon Band to name new chairman

The void left at the top of the Pokagon Band’s chain of command will soon be filled, as the tribe plans to announce the person ... Read more  | Add your comment

Middle school students urged to communicate ‘positively’ online

Middle school students urged to communicate ‘positively’ online

In the openings minutes of his presentation, Bill Womer posed a simple question to the group of sixth-graders sitting in front of him inside the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Tours shine spotlight on aging school facilities

Tours shine spotlight on aging school facilities

Over the last 18 years, Dave Daniels has developed a bit of a collecting habit. Unlike most collectors, who acquire items such as stamps or ... Read more  | Add your comment

Snow removal under control

Despite the many snow banks that continue to line the city’s streets, road crews with the City of Dowagiac have yet to run out of ... Read more  | Add your comment

Special deals urge customers out of hibernation

While the chili served in restaurants around the city was hot on Saturday, the deals inside a number of downtown businesses were even hotter. The ... Read more  | Add your comment

Hospital sponsors prostate screening

Prostate cancer is the second leading cancer among men (behind lung cancer) in the U.S. and is among the leading causes of death among men ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Beeson Street fundraiser surpasses goal  | Add your comment
  2. Cass County Great Start Parent Coalition February meeting  | Add your comment
  3. Dowagiac reminds residents of snow removal ordinances  | Add your comment
  4. Dowagiac Police Log Jan. 31 – Feb. 2  | Add your comment
  5. Road commission continues to collaborate  | Add your comment
  6. SMC announces financial gifts  | Add your comment
  7. History museum presents public program on traditional Potawatomi customs and medicines  | Add your comment
  8. Cass County Bridges to hold meeting  | Add your comment
  9. Man faces 40 years for sexual assault  | Add your comment
  10. Hundreds brave snow to attend Ice Time Festival  | Add your comment
  11. Wooden wonders: Ice not the only material getting carved at winter event  | Add your comment
  12. Little League sign-up Feb. 15  | Add your comment

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