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Ontwa Township notified of DEQ violations

The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) notified Ontwa Township that it was in violation of two parts of the National Resources and Environmental Protection Act ... Read more  | Add your comment

Drunken Botanist discusses plants, spirits

Drunken Botanist discusses plants, spirits

By JILL K. McDONALD NILES, Mich. — Fernwood organizers are excited to welcome back four-time New York Times bestselling author Amy Stewart. In her latest ... Read more  | Add your comment

Offered money for college

Jalen Alexander got a big surprise while attending a scholarship program last week with 20 other Niles students. The Niles High School senior received two ... Read more  | Add your comment

Electrical short causes road closure on busy Niles road

Electrical short causes road closure on busy Niles road

A portion of Oak Street was closed for more than an hour as City of Niles utilities crews replaced an electrical line that shorted out ... Read more  | Add your comment

Not ‘ready’ yet

Not ‘ready’ yet

The sight of work continuing at the Ready Theatre in downtown Niles caused some excitement Wednesday morning. Pete Johnson, Jr., of Johnson’s Heating, said he ... Read more  | Add your comment

Construction imminent for Nubour waterline extension

While the issue remains a divisive one among its residents, construction work appears to be imminent on the $1.05 million extension of the city’s water ... Read more  | Add your comment

Honoring the victims

Annual domestic abuse vigil returns Sixty-five. That’s the number of items on a list that members of the Domestic and Sexual Abuse Services of Southwest Michigan ... Read more  | Add your comment

Working artisans to present at Under the Harvest Moon Festival

Working artisans featured at Under the Harvest Moon in downtown Dowagiac on Saturday, Oct. 11, will demonstrate hand-thrown pottery, wool spinning, along with fine wood ... Read more  | Add your comment

Military pictures needed

The Four Flags Area Apple Festival is asking the community to submit photos of military servicemen and women, both past and present, that will be ... Read more  | Add your comment

Future of Fort St. Joseph discussed at Niles conference

Future of Fort St. Joseph discussed at Niles conference

What should be done with the Fort St. Joseph archaeological site in Niles? That was the question posed to archaeologists, educators, scholars, city officials and ... Read more  | Add your comment

Showcasing artists

Working artisans to present at Under the Harvest Moon  Working artisans featured at Under the Harvest Moon in downtown Dowagiac on Saturday, Oct. 11, will ... Read more  | Add your comment

Avoid the flu

Borgess Lee to offer vaccinations While the recent string of sunny, clear skies and perfect temperatures may have convinced some that the calendar has already jumped ... Read more  | Add your comment

City of Dowagiac to offer electronics recycling next week

Local residents looking to unload years of outdated computers, televisions and other electronic devices and appliances will have the opportunity to do so next week ... Read more  | Add your comment

More Articles

  1. Attendance up at Apple Festival  | Add your comment
  2. Niles liquor store robbed at gunpoint  | Add your comment
  3. Accused kidnapper not guilty by reason of insanity  | Add your comment
  4. Couple sentenced for meth possession  | Add your comment
  5. Something old, something new  | Add your comment
  6. September Starfish story: Every student matters  | Add your comment
  7. Fun at the festival  | Add your comment
  8. New reverend hopes to make positive change in Niles  | Add your comment
  9. Dowagiac Police Log — Sept. 25-26  | Add your comment
  10. Chieftains versus hunger  | Add your comment
  11. Students celebrate success in style  | Add your comment
  12. In full swing  | Add your comment

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