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New state trooper assigned to Niles Post

The Michigan State Police (MSP) is announcing the assignments of the following troopers in southwest Michigan who graduated as members of the 122nd Trooper Recruit ... Read more  | Add your comment

Franzen frets four frequent questions

Four questions dog authors “at events like this,” the apparent “price we have to pay for appearing in public,” Jonathan Franzen, the finale to the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Besh makes people happy with food

Since Chef John Besh ventured out on his own in 2001 to start building his restaurant empire it doesn’t feel like he’s working because pursuing ... Read more  | Add your comment

Michigan voters willing to pay more for services?

Many politicians insist that constituents want lower taxes, but results from recent millage votes across Michigan paint a different picture. Read more  | Add your comment

French Paper turns 140

French Paper turns 140

The posters printed up to commemorate French Paper Company's 140th anniversary stand out from a wall in the lobby of the company's offices, in Niles. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Flag honors soldiers lost and missing

The Niles-Buchanan YMCA was presented a POW/MIA flag Friday morning by Rolling Thunder Indiana Chapter 6, a non-profit organization united in the cause to bring ... Read more  | Add your comment

St. Joseph area cancer specialists to start seeing Niles patients

St. Joseph-based Lakeland Cancer Specialists will begin seeing patients in Niles starting Tuesday, May 24 from 8 a.m. to noon every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Violent assault nets prison sentence

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

Made-for-TV movie gets green light to film in state

The Michigan Film Office announced that “Have a Little Faith,” a made-for-television movie, has been approved for a film incentive. Read more  | Add your comment

Fernwood welcomes garden designer Piet Oudolf

Several events are coming up at Fernwood Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve. Read more  | Add your comment

Red Cross to help area hit by devastating floods

The American Red Cross is ramping up to help people along the Mississippi River, where forecasters are predicting potentially catastrophic flooding may occur starting ... Read more  | Add your comment

Three new exhibits at Buchanan Art Center

The Buchanan Art Center galleries open three new exhibits June 1 which will continue through June 30. Read more  | Add your comment

School board to vote Monday on Eastside reopening

Members of the Niles Community Schools Board of Education will vote Monday on whether or not to reopen Eastside Elementary School, a decision that could ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Niles woman jailed for stealing $20K in equipment from business  | Add your comment
  2. Relay for Life tradition passed on  | Add your comment
  3. NHS graphics students place at state contest  | Add your comment
  4. New Orleans chef dishes on food fame  | Add your comment
  5. New Orleans chef dishes on food fame  | Add your comment
  6. County considering 12-district map  | Add your comment
  7. Berrien County Sheriff’s Department approved to purchase new patrol boat for harbors  | Add your comment
  8. 10th graders explore career paths  | Add your comment
  9. Choir pays it forward with glee  | Add your comment
  10. America’s future depends on creativity  | Add your comment
  11. Complaint: Niles teens threatened to post video on Facebook  | Add your comment
  12. 5 Niles teens arraigned on charges  | Add your comment

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