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UPDATE: Robbery suspect shot, killed by police in Niles

UPDATE: Robbery suspect shot, killed by police in Niles

The suspect in an armed robbery at a Niles fast food restaurant was shot and killed after a gunfight with police late Friday, according to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Patrick Hamilton students raise money for new track

With around half the student body counting themselves as members, Patrick Hamilton’s lunch hour “walking club” is an unquestionable success. Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac names firefighter of the year

Dowagiac names firefighter of the year

If you ask Director of Public Safety Steven Grinnewald how he feels about the brave souls manning the city’s frontline against fire, all he would ... Read more  | Add your comment

Man dies in semi versus truck accident

A Union man died and two others were injured as the result of a two-car accident involving a truck and a semi-tractor trailer Thursday morning ... Read more  | Add your comment

McCoy Creek mainstay honored for conservation efforts

There is one name associated with conservation efforts surrounding McCoy Creek, a coldwater tributary to the St. Joseph River. That name is Scott King. Read more  | Add your comment

Niles students spread child abuse awareness with pinwheel display

Niles students spread child abuse awareness with pinwheel display

Niles senior Haley Rough hopes that when people pass by Niles High School and see the hundreds of pinwheels sticking out of the ground, they ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles woman’s ‘love of life’ remembered

Around Niles, Lindsey Cloutier was known for her contagious smile, boisterous laugh and her effortless ability to make friends. Read more  | Add your comment

Students honored for accomplishments

The Cassopolis Board of Education recognized math and science students for their achievements at their regular board meeting Monday night. Read more  | Add your comment

Whitmyer resigns from Cass board

Cassopolis Board of Education Trustee Lori Whitmyer has resigned effective immediately for personal reasons. Read more  | Add your comment

Edwardsburg board honors Patroit Pen winner

The Edwardsburg School Board honored Cheyenne Wilfert, an eighth-grade student, Monday night for winning a statewide Veterans of Foreign Wars Patriot’s essay contest. Read more  | Add your comment

Traffice stop leads to marijuana bust

A routine traffic stop led Ontwa Township-Edwardsburg Police department officers to the Eagle Lake area where they seized nearly two pounds of marijuana April 24. Read more  | Add your comment

Keeping up in the digital age: Brandywine board approves purchase of 130 Chromebooks

As students from the digital age make their way through their education, administrators at Brandywine Community Schools are working hard to keep up with their ... Read more  | Add your comment

Too loud? Massimo’s responds to citizen complaint

Petition of support offered at Niles restaurant Is Massimo’s Backside Bar in downtown Niles making too much noise during its weekly Saturday night concerts? At ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Niles students bound for nationals  | Add your comment
  2. Dowagiac church dedicates food pantry to longtime member  | Add your comment
  3. Borgess to host Relay fundraiser  | Add your comment
  4. Former McKinley principal takes over interim position  | Add your comment
  5. Construction continues on new Pokagon Clinic in Dowagiac  | Add your comment
  6. Bowling fundraiser to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters  | Add your comment
  7. Cressy & Everett hires new branch manager  | Add your comment
  8. Niles man graduates Air Force basic training  | Add your comment
  9. Cancer survivor: LIVESTRONG changed my life  | Add your comment
  10. Change to brush collection policy struck down by Niles Council  | Add your comment
  11. Bluegrass festival approved, minus city donation  | Add your comment
  12. Dowagiac City Council approves prosecution agreement  | Add your comment

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