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Looking for work? Look at agriculture

The Michigan Agri-Business Association (MABA) put out call for help wanted, when it announced recently a major challenge for the state’s agriculture moving forward is ... Read more  | Add your comment

Freedom Festival returns Aug. 6-7

When her father, James Suggs, passed away, Martha Suggs Spencer did research on her family tree and discovered that she has both black and white ... Read more  | Add your comment

Lakeland offers free weight loss seminar

Dr. Michael Schuhknecht, one of Michigan’s most experienced bariatric surgeons, and staff members of the Lakeland Comprehensive Weight Loss Center will discuss programs available for ... Read more  | Add your comment

Edwardsburg gunman sentenced to prison

CASSOPOLIS — An Edwardsburg man who fired gunshots at a vehicle after a drug deal gone bad is headed to prison. David Hahaj II, 21, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Excavation continues at Fort St. Joseph

Excavation continues at Fort St. Joseph

The Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project is well into the excavation season. Made up of Western Michigan University students and summer campers, participants in the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Deadly crash in Howard Township leads to prison for Dowagiac motorist

CASSOPOLIS — A Dowagiac motorist who last year struck two motorcyclists, killing them both, begged to not be sentenced to prison Friday in Cass County ... Read more  | Add your comment

State association honors Mathews

Dr. Fred L. Mathews, chairman of the Board of Trustees of Southwestern Michigan College, received a distinguished award last week from the Board of Directors ... Read more  | Add your comment

Company’s Coming

Company’s Coming

Is this community ready for company? “I like to think about it like going to a party,” Kimberly Gallagher said. “You drive up the driveway ... Read more  | Add your comment

Steve’s Run sign-up runs at record pace

Registration for the 37th annual Steve’s Run Saturday is running 100 ahead of the best previous year, Race Director Ron Gunn told Dowagiac Rotary Club ... Read more  | Add your comment

Lou Liebetrau: Try some of Lou’s sensational summer recipes

This column encourages reader’s recipe contributions and requests, helpful hints and timely trivia. Simply phone them to 683-7266 or mail them to 527 Philip Road. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Grove Park Fiddle Fest features music, food workshops

Grove Park in Berrien Springs will host the 13th Annual Shady Grove Fiddle Fest Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., rain or shine. The ... Read more  | Add your comment

Raw-kin’ food trend

Raw-kin’ food trend

Niles’ Squeeze Juice Bar will play host to author and chef Adam Graham Monday for an inside look at the raw food movement. Graham will ... Read more  | Add your comment

Food program needs help

Food program needs help

There is good news and bad news for the Niles Salvation Army’s “Feed His Sheep” backpack food program. The good news is the program in ... Read more  | Add your comment

More Articles

  1. Cleaver discusses county’s future  | Add your comment
  2. Suggs Freedom Festival returns to Vandalia  | Add your comment
  3. Hundreds tour Bonine House  | Add your comment
  4. Utilities Authority to invest $236,000 in Diamond Lake sewer  | Add your comment
  5. Area cheerleaders ‘bring it’ to nationals  | Add your comment
  6. County coalition to hold parent to parent sale Aug. 20  | Add your comment
  7. County coalition to hold parent to parent sale Aug. 20  | Add your comment
  8. UIA joins U.S. 12 annual yard sale  | Add your comment
  9. Cruise-in lures crowds  | Add your comment
  10. 3 to vie for Bertrand Township supervisor  | Add your comment
  11. Kidwell recall effort faltering as organizers scramble for petition signatures  | Add your comment
  12. Doris Higgins: Help sell fried treats at the Berrien County Youth Fair  | Add your comment

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