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Niles man sentenced to prison in vicious beating

CASSOPOLIS —A Niles man who severely beat a woman earlier this year is heading to prison. Read more  | Add your comment

Culinary Conversation: Go under the sea for fresh dinner ideas

We have entered that time of year when we are about to bid adieu to the scented airs of August gardens, those gardens from which ... Read more  | Add your comment

An experience to remember

An experience to remember

Edwardsburg sixth-grader Collin Esarey got more adventure than he bargained for at Space Camp this summer when the power went out for a day, including ... Read more  | Add your comment

Jail passes its 12th consecutive inspection

CASSOPOLIS — For the 12th year in a row, Cass County Jail passed its inspection with 100 percent compliance. “We’re the only county in the state ... Read more  | Add your comment

Sam Adams students return

Sam Adams students return

The new Sam Adams Elementary School building opened to the public Tuesday with a community walk-through, and students were welcomed into the building for classes ... Read more  | Add your comment

Jail passes its 12th consecutive inspection

CASSOPOLIS — For the 12th year in a row, Cass County Jail passed its inspection with 100 percent compliance. “We’re the only county in the state ... Read more  | Add your comment

Teacher contract close

Dowagiac teachers will be considering ratification Monday of a two-year contract reached Wednesday evening and accepted Thursday morning by the Board of Education. “We did ... Read more  | Add your comment

Eat That Frog

Eat That Frog

Patti Badner ate a frog at Dowagiac Rotary Club Thursday noon. Not literally, but figuratively, for a page-turning, pep-talking, 21-point procrastination program inspired by the ... Read more  | Add your comment

School board strategizes about its next moves

With school started and dust settled from the bombshells dropped Aug. 31 in the form of Dowagiac’s Educational Dream,“ school board members set to work ... Read more  | Add your comment

Memorial, music event to mark 10th anniversary of 9-11

Community members are invited to help read the names of the 9-11 terrorist attack victims during a memorial and music event Sunday at the Riverfront ... Read more  | Add your comment

Parents get schooled at Brandywine

Parents get schooled at Brandywine

Fourth grade teacher Jim Ackles talked to parents and students Thursday night during the Brandywine Elementary Open House. Read more  | Add your comment

Howard-Ellis has ‘Formula for Success’

Howard-Ellis has ‘Formula for Success’

Howard-Ellis Elementary students are learning about all things behavior-related this week as part of its “Formula for Success” education, from picking up paper towels in ... Read more  | Add your comment

Council to vote on chief, public works head promotions

The Niles City Council will vote on whether to promote two city employees at Monday’s meeting. Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Trial court revenue drop attributed to fewer cops on streets  | Add your comment
  2. Berrien County Youth Fair Results — Milk Auction  | Add your comment
  3. ‘Red Hot and Blue’ jazz night to benefit Volunteer Center  | Add your comment
  4. Michigan Manufacturers Association VP to speak in Niles  | Add your comment
  5. Berrien Community Foundation meets national standards of operational integrity  | Add your comment
  6. 81 students awarded Gateway Foundation scholarships  | Add your comment
  7. Mason Twp. meth lab uncovered  | Add your comment
  8. Locomotives along the lakeshore  | Add your comment
  9. Win $2,000 at Conservation Club  | Add your comment
  10. In honor of our heroes  | Add your comment
  11. Pumpkin patch kids  | Add your comment
  12. Scream Park sneak peek  | Add your comment

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