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Decision to re-open truancy academy substantiated

ST. JOSEPH — If Berrien County commissioners in the administration committee didn’t see the value in keeping the county truancy academy, they probably do now. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Lake Michigan College president to hold community meetings

Lake Michigan College President Robert Harrison will offer nine opportunities for community members to join him in conversations about the college. Harrison will provide an ... Read more  | Add your comment

Buyer’s Guides available today

Buyer’s Guides for the upcoming May 26-28 Community-wide Garage Sale Weekend in Dowagiac and at Sister Lakes will be available to the public Thursday afternoon, ... Read more  | Add your comment

82-member class honored at SMC

82-member class honored at SMC

Cassopolis Ross Beatty High School held its senior academic awards program Wednesday night at Southwestern Michigan College’s Mathews Conference Center, where the 82-member Class of ... Read more  | Add your comment

Lakeland recognized nationally

Lakeland recognized nationally

The critical care units at Lakeland Regional Medical Center, St. Joseph and Lakeland Community Hospital, Niles were among only 37 hospitals and health care systems in ... Read more  | Add your comment

James to speak at Humphrey event

James to speak at Humphrey event

Niles native and rock ‘n’ roll artist Tommy James will be speaking at a fundraising luncheon in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth ... Read more  | Add your comment

Nickens sent to prison

CASSOPOLIS — A Cassopolis man who beat a drunken man with a brick was sent to prison Friday at Cass County Circuit Court. Terrell Nickens, ... Read more  | Add your comment

DMS ‘Chieftains of the Year’ awarded

DMS ‘Chieftains of the Year’ awarded

Eighth graders Ana Manzano and Tristan Howard, seventh graders Heather Olson and DeYonte Sullivan and sixth graders Aspen Smit and Marcus Winchester-Jones were recognized as ... Read more  | Add your comment

Edwardsburg teen, 17, sent to prison

CASSOPOLIS — An Edwardsburg teen involved in a string of home invasions in the area last year is headed to prison. Cody Price, 17, was ... Read more  | Add your comment

City council: A young Mann’s game?

City council: A young Mann’s game?

David Mann isn’t a typical college kid. When he’s not in class, he is reading, keeping up on the latest local and national news or ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles letter carriers net 27,200 pounds of food for pantries

Niles letter carriers surpassed last year’s numbers in their effort to “Stamp Out Hunger” during the nation’s largest one-day food drive Saturday. “Our goal is ... Read more  | Add your comment

Drivers, start your mowers

As the blossoms start to bloom and the grass starts to grow in southwest Michigan, The Berrien County Farm Bureau Young Farmers are planting seeds ... Read more  | Add your comment

Schools chop 17 positions

Dowagiac Board of Education Monday night eliminated five central office positions, including Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Operations Hal Davis and Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Six students honored at DMS  | Add your comment
  2. Standing ovation for retirees  | Add your comment
  3. Dowagiac residents recognized for SMC service  | Add your comment
  4. Same building, different school  | Add your comment
  5. Twp. backs letting voters decide on road millage  | Add your comment
  6. Library seeking historical photos  | Add your comment
  7. Homes evacuated after suicidal man fires gun  | Add your comment
  8. New state trooper assigned to Niles Post  | Add your comment
  9. Franzen frets four frequent questions  | Add your comment
  10. Besh makes people happy with food  | Add your comment
  11. Michigan voters willing to pay more for services?  | Add your comment
  12. French Paper turns 140  | Add your comment

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