Festival embodies Niles’ goodwill

You don’t even need a nickel in your pocket to enjoy the Four Flags Area Apple Festival. Read more

Superintendent search needs you

Hiring a superintendent is one of the most important decisions a school board will ever have to make. Not only will that person lead the ... Read more

Let cooler heads prevail in sewer dispute

The constant bickering between the Ontwa Township Board and residents over the sewer project really needs to stop. Read more

It is time to exercise your right to vote

It is once again time to get out and cast your vote. Michigan will hold its primary election on Tuesday and there are several key ... Read more

Leader Columnists

Here’s to another 50

This weekend, I was one of the many guests in attendance at Southwestern Michigan College’s 50th anniversary party. Unfortunately, I was too busy taking photos ... Read more

Seeking your opinion instead of your money

At its core, it is really a simple question — albeit with lots of complex answers — that I have asked a few times before: ... Read more

Change is going to come

Some of the fondest memories of my childhood involve sitting in the old creaky seats watching movies at the Ready Theater in downtown Niles. Read more

Now is time to learn about candidates

When it comes to elections, America needs to do a better job of two things: overcoming voter apathy and providing more education to our citizens. Read more

Editorial Cartoon


Letters to the Editor

Absentee voting can be tricky

Many of us will be marking our absentee ballots soon for the Nov. 4 general election and perhaps don’t know that we can vote a straight party ... Read more

Totten is right choice for attorney general

Mark Totten, Democratic candidate for Michigan attorney general, was recently endorsed by our state’s former governor, William Milliken, a Republican. Read more

Opinion Columnists

Communication is key

This month’s final Do 1 Thing tip concerning communications involves being informed. We are encouraging readers ... Read more

Getting driving lessons at the diner

“Just remember, 50 percent of all engineers graduated in the bottom half of their class,” Harry ... Read more

The wrecking ball has come to town

It didn’t take long but the wrecking ball paid Niles a visit, leveled three prominent buildings, ... Read more

Elvis at Edwardsburg History Museum Sunday

Elvis is coming to Edwardsburg and the Edwardsburg History Museum. Read more

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