Schuette shares advice for success at 48th SMC Commencement

Schuette shares advice for success at 48th SMC Commencement

Don’t just consume oxygen. Give back. And shine your shoes. That was Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette’s advice on May 2 for Southwestern Michigan College’s ... Read more  | Add your comment

Voters vehemently reject Proposal 1

It appears that Michigan lawmakers will be heading back to the drawing board when it comes to solving the issue of repairing the state’s crumbling ... Read more  | Add your comment

Brandywine announces special meeting

The project to replace the press box at Brandywine High School is the topic of a special meeting Wednesday of the Brandywine Community Schools Board ... Read more  | Add your comment

Police April 30-May 2

April 30 12:35 a.m. — N. 11th/Regent, traffic stop 12:57 a.m. — Cedar/N. 4th, traffic stop 3:58 a.m. — 1200 block S. 11th, suspicious situation ... Read more  | Add your comment

Free breakfast to be offered at Niles elementary schools

For the past two months, students at Howard and Ellis Elementary Schools in Niles have been receiving free breakfast through a new pilot program called ... Read more  | Add your comment

Woman jailed for computer fraud

A Buchanan woman was ordered to spend the next few months in jail after she was caught paying her electric bill using another person’s online ... Read more  | Add your comment

Special election today

Area voters will have a lot to consider when they head to the polls for today’s special election, including two school bond proposals, a recall ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dogwood Festival facilitating contest for free tickets

The 2015 Dogwood Fine Arts Festival is only a few short days away from kicking off its nine days worth of shows and activities that ... Read more  | Add your comment

Local baker looking to open downtown storefront

Local baker looking to open downtown storefront

Since moving back home to Michigan nearly two years ago, Dowagiac’s Jordan Anderson has had a simple goal in mind — to make his community ... Read more  | Add your comment

Food services increasing efforts to freshen up lunches

While it may not be the type of classroom children are used to, the cafeterias inside each of the Dowagiac Union Schools’ buildings have become ... Read more  | Add your comment

Vapor pen shop opens downtown

Vapor pen shop opens downtown

Dowagiac’s first-ever vendor of a growing alternative to traditional cigarettes is now open for business. The owners of the new Electric Mist Vape Shop had ... Read more  | Add your comment

‘A German party’ to be featured May 11

A hit with audiences and judges alike, University of Michigan graduate Elisabeth Frankel’s script about pre-WWII Nazi Germany has earned her first place in the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Borgess-Lee to host annual hanging basket sale this weekend

Besides making a lovely gift just in time for Mother’s Day, the baskets of petunias, begonias and other vibrant flowers up for sale this weekend ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. French market returns to Niles  | Add your comment
  2. Bertrand Township business owner, township clerk vying for seat in recall election  | Add your comment
  3. Original Chapin Mansion doors returned to Niles history center  | Add your comment
  4. Ontwa-Edwardsburg police looking for suspect vehicle  | Add your comment
  5. Brandywine school board trustee charged with OWI  | Add your comment
  6. Summer My Way camp free to first 300 NCS students who register  | Add your comment
  7. Friends mourn loss of Niles leader Nancy Butler  | Add your comment
  8. High school choir to host serenade at Elks Lodge  | Add your comment
  9. Patrick Hamilton witnessing butterfly transformation  | Add your comment
  10. Police crack down on underage alcohol sales  | Add your comment
  11. Tactical unit searches Niles home, shooting suspect not found  | Add your comment
  12. Shots fired on Maple Street in Niles  | Add your comment

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