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Dowagiac Police Log — March 7-11

Friday, March 7 10:15 a.m., 300 block of Oak, general noncriminal complaint 10:55 a.m., 300 block of N. Lowe, larceny complaint 11:28 a.m., S. Front/Commercial, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Registration open for Garage Sale Weekend

Registration is now open for the sixth annual Community-Wide Garage Sale Weekend, which will take place  from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 16 ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles library to host blood drive Saturday

A Youth Service Day Blood Drive will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, at the Niles District Library. A group of young ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles Police log March 1-6, 2014

March 1 11:09 a.m. — 300 block Silverbrook, suspicious situation 11:21 a.m. — N. 5th/Ferry, property damage accident 12:56 p.m. — 1700 block N. 11th, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Motorists admit to increased talking, texting

Although Michigan law prohibits drivers from reading, manually typing or sending a text message while driving, 16.3 percent of respondents admitted to texting and e-mailing ... Read more  | Add your comment

Lakeland Health partners with YMCA for cancer awareness

The Lakeland Health Foundations and LIVESTRONG at the Niles-Buchanan YMCA have announced a new partnership to deliver a continuum of care to thousands of patients ... Read more  | Add your comment

Get a strong start on parenting

The Berrien County Great Start Collaborative will be offering parenting education workshops throughout the spring. Read more  | Add your comment

Southwest Michigan survey aims to identify ways to improve non-motorized infrastructure

Southwest Michigan survey aims to identify ways to improve non-motorized infrastructure

How pleased are residents with their ability to walk, bike and roll within the greater Niles-Buchanan-Cass area? Read more  | Add your comment

The culture of food: Chefs to highlight history of  Native American cuisine

The culture of food: Chefs to highlight history of Native American cuisine

Anthropologists come in many different flavors. Some study language. Others culture. And some, like Chef Lois Ellen Frank, study the history of food. And, like ... Read more  | Add your comment

Project Graduation pushing for goal

Project Graduation pushing for goal

With about three months remaining until the big night, the Brandywine Project Graduation Committee still has a long way to go to reach its fundraising ... Read more  | Add your comment

County votes to restore courthouse

Commissioners approve funding for mold removal The Cass County Board of Commissioners put the county’s money where its mouth is, at least as far their ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles adds livestock to AgriScience program

Niles adds livestock to AgriScience program

Rabbits, chickens and ducks, oh my. Students in the AgriScience class at Niles High School are benefitting from the recent addition of livestock to the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Third man sentenced for beating witness

Tyquil Douglas wiped away the tears flowing freely down his face as he told the courtroom about how he has tried to turn his life ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. 50 years of family ownership  | Add your comment
  2. Chemical Bank Dowagiac hosts grand opening  | Add your comment
  3. District to pay superintendent $115,000 severance  | Add your comment
  4. Interim Niles superintendent to assist with search for replacement  | Add your comment
  5. Niles schools releases former Supt. Weigel’s separation agreement  | Add your comment
  6. Dowagiac Police Log — March 3-6  | Add your comment
  7. LMC offers community education courses  | Add your comment
  8. Locals make Siena Heights University dean’s list  | Add your comment
  9. County seeking new surveyor  | Add your comment
  10. Rack Pack team awarded for excellence  | Add your comment
  11. Composer of spring musical to visit college  | Add your comment
  12. Project Beauty seeking donations  | Add your comment

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