Lessons in life and safety

Lessons in life and safety

Kadence Ryder, 6, eagerly releases her finger and flings the fishing reel over her head, missing the plastic ring but landing her bobber a good ... Read more  | Add your comment

Husband, wife headed to prison for making meth

CASSOPOLIS — Kimberly and Bryan Burkett were homeless, unemployed and living out of their car when they were arrested for manufacturing methamphetamine earlier this year. Read more  | Add your comment

‘Dream’ would remake Dowagiac

‘Dream’ would remake Dowagiac

Months in the making, since “Disney Way” author Bill Capodagli immersed Dowagiac Union Schools, City Hall, Southwestern Michigan College and Borgess-Lee Memorial Hospital in the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Historic railroads the topic of upcoming Southwestern Michigan College lecture

Kicking off this year’s fall lecture series at the Museum at Southwestern Michigan College is “Locomotives along the Lakeshore: Railroads of Southwest Michigan.” Read more  | Add your comment

County tackles truancy

County tackles truancy

CASSOPOLIS — Cass County declared war Wednesday on truancy as a stepping-stone to expensive delinquent and criminal behavior. Studies conclude chronic absenteeism ranks as the most ... Read more  | Add your comment

Legislation targets Medicaid fraud

State Sen. John Proos recently co-sponsored legislation in the Michigan Senate to crack down on Medicaid fraud. Read more  | Add your comment

District Court jury convicts Dowagiac woman

CASSOPOLIS — Video introduced at a Dowagiac woman’s trial this week revealed she was doing more than bargain hunting at a local store. She was ... Read more  | Add your comment

Berrien County Road Commission announces vacancy

The Berrien County Board of Commissioners has announced that the road commission has a vacancy from the area designated as District 1. Read more  | Add your comment

Jewelry artist to kick off exhibition series

Jewelry artist Ann Hartley will kick off the Southwestern Michigan College Art Exhibition series Tuesday. Read more  | Add your comment

Electronics recycling available next Wednesday at Andrews University

Andrews University in Berrien Springs is teaming up with Green Earth Electronics Recycling to protect the earth — one electronic at a time. Read more  | Add your comment

‘Clean Sweep’ allows for disposal of unwanted pesticides

Michigan farmers and agribusinesses will have one more chance to properly dispose of unwanted pesticides for free through the Clean Sweep Program this year. Read more  | Add your comment

Bruno’s Ride raises more than $5K for scholarships

Beautiful weather and a large crowd made for a successful fundraiser on Sunday, July 31, when the 7th Annual Bruno’s Remembrance Ride took place.  ... Read more  | Add your comment

Auditions for SMC comedy Sept. 13

Auditions for “Charley’s Aunt,” the fall production of the theater department at Southwestern Michigan College, will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13. Read more  | Add your comment

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