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Building a team at Laughin’ Place

The Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) is looking for new team members at Laughin' Place Stables in Niles. Read more  | Add your comment

Tackling unemployment woes with specialized training

The harsh realities of unemployment have been hard to ignore for many in Michigan. Jobs, to put it simply, are limited. And many require computer ... Read more  | Add your comment

Is Michigan losing its middle class?

The so-called birthplace of the middle class may be the first place to lose it, according to a new report which finds Michigan workers are ... Read more  | Add your comment

Snyder orders flags lowered Monday for fallen soldier

Gov. Rick Snyder ordered U. S. flags throughout the state to be lowered to half-staff in honor of Pfc. Brian J. Backus Monday. Read more  | Add your comment

Police investigate two home invasions over weekend in Dowagiac

Dowagiac Public Safety Director Tom Atkinson reported that the Dowagiac Police Department is investigating two home invasions that occurred over the weekend in the city. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Round Barn’s ‘Reds, Whites and Brews’ this weekend

Mark the Fourth of July weekend calendar with a trip to the rolling countryside of Michigan’s wine country. Round Barn Winery, Brewery & Distillery will host ... Read more  | Add your comment

Lori votes to end retiree health care benefits for lawmakers

State Rep. Matt Lori voted Thursday in favor of legislation ending retiree health care benefits for Michigan lawmakers. Read more  | Add your comment

‘Fernwood Friday’ returns

‘Fernwood Friday’ returns

Fernwood and WVPE Public Radio present the fifth annual Fernwood Friday "Friendraiser" on Friday, July 15. Read more  | Add your comment

Nichols’ bond reduced

Nichols’ bond reduced

Eighteen-year-old Trey Nichols, one of five Niles teens involved in a sex video case, will face a jury trial this fall. He was also granted ... Read more  | Add your comment

Protecting public is what AG does

Attorney General Bill Schuette is “Michigan’s public defender,” Matt Hall told Dowagiac Rotary Club Thursday noon at Elks Lodge 889, whether that is consumer protection ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dr. Smiy, Torres take on Wierman practice July 1

Beginning July 1, Alan Smiy, MD, family practitioner, and Kim M. Torres, MSN, FNP-BC, CNS, CCRN, will take responsibility over Dr. James Wierman’s practice at ... Read more  | Add your comment

Fire Academy finishes up

Fire Academy finishes up

Southwestern Michigan College Fire Academy June 20-24 had assistance from rain Thursday morning in extinguishing two set vehicle fires as part of their training. Read more  | Add your comment

Upton hails passage of legislation to expedite expansion of U.S.-Canadian pipeline

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Thursday, the U.S. Committee on Energy and Commerce, chaired by Cass County’s congressman, U.S. Rep. Fred Upton, R-St. Joseph, passed bipartisan legislation ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Dowagiac police report 6-24  | Add your comment
  2. Municipalities backing millage  | Add your comment
  3. Free HIV testing available Monday  | Add your comment
  4. Brandywine Honor Rolls, Fourth Nine-Week Marking Period  | Add your comment
  5. Lecture discusses St. Joseph River history  | Add your comment
  6. Sheriff to offer boater safety classes  | Add your comment
  7. Buchanan Christian Church to welcome new pastor  | Add your comment
  8. Niles students graduate from Bethel  | Add your comment
  9. Berrien County Marriage Licenses 6-24  | Add your comment
  10. Montgomery wins National Youth Award  | Add your comment
  11. 1910 grain drill unveiled  | Add your comment
  12. Two Niles teens facing jury trials  | Add your comment

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