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Niles Township hires engineer for well replacement project

An engineering firm has been hired by the Niles Township Board of Trustees to do work on the township’s failed well. Read more  | Add your comment

Niles schools looking for Wall of Fame candidates

Niles Community Schools is making a renewed effort to find eligible candidates for the district’s Alumni Wall of Fame. Read more  | Add your comment

From Escanaba, with love

From Escanaba, with love

Beckwith to debut last of Yooper comedy trilogy The first time that Tucker Curtis was involved with “Escanaba in Love,” he was onstage in a Chicago ... Read more  | Add your comment

Planning continues on Cass Avenue Park

Though winter weather is slowly setting in, the city isn’t sitting still in its plans to redevelop their recently acquired piece of creek-side property on ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles school board changes after election

There will be a change on the Niles Community Schools Board of Education. Read more  | Add your comment

Incumbents retain seats in Cass County Commissioner races

Five of the seven seats of the Cass County Board of Commissioners were contested today, with the incumbents officers fending off their challengers. The winners ... Read more  | Add your comment

Miller soundly defeats Moroz to win 59th District

Sturgis educator Aaron Miller will be speaking to a much larger audience than his regular classroom in the near future, as voters in Cass and ... Read more  | Add your comment

Upton declares victory over latest challenger

Congressman Fred Upton is declaring victory in his bid to return Washington for his 27th year in office, leading over challenger Paul Clements in the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Pagel retains House seat

With most precincts reporting, incumbent Dave Pagel is projected to be re-elected as State Representative for the 78th District. Read more  | Add your comment

Republicans win big in Howard Township

In the race for Howard Township Supervisor, Republican Craig Bradfield won by more than 100 votes, according to unofficial results from electionmagic.com. Read more  | Add your comment

Proos retains District 21 seat

John Proos, R.-St. Joseph, won big over challenger Bette Pierman Tuesday night for State Senator District 21, according to Proos' campaign. Read more  | Add your comment

Nov. 4 Election: Bertrand Twp., Buchanan Commissioner

Several city and township races concerning the greater Niles area were decided in Tuesday's election. Read more  | Add your comment

Four of five candidates successfully recalled; Christensen maintains seat

A sewer project that divided Ontwa Township has apparently cost four of five members of the board their jobs. According to unofficial results, Supervisor John ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Dowagiac police log — Nov. 3-4  | Add your comment
  2. Three school board positions, millage on ballot  | Add your comment
  3. Four running for SMC board  | Add your comment
  4. Cass County votes  | Add your comment
  5. Niles Community Auction house gets new life  | Add your comment
  6. Winter walking offered at Brandywine  | Add your comment
  7. Niles schools offers indoor walking  | Add your comment
  8. Free services offered at Cass County’s Project Connect  | Add your comment
  9. Berrien County man gets 6 years for strangling girlfriend  | Add your comment
  10. Dowagiac man jailed for theft  | Add your comment
  11. Sister Lakes woman’s art rates her among ‘26 Women to Watch’  | Add your comment
  12. Child predator given life sentence  | Add your comment

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