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Cass County man given probation for forged check

A repeat Dowagiac offender has been given one last opportunity to stay out of prison, after being convicted of writing a fraudulent check of more ... Read more  | Add your comment

Ninth Bowl for the Cure event exceeds goal

Ninth Bowl for the Cure event exceeds goal

Nearly two years ago, a mammogram helped save Jackie Rohdy’s life. The 58-year-old Dowagiac woman had been taking the test designed to detect breast cancer ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac wins Battle of the Fans IV

Dowagiac wins Battle of the Fans IV

The Dowagiac High School student cheering section — the “Attack” — has been selected as this year’s Michigan High School Athletic Association “Battle of the ... Read more  | Add your comment

School districts out of snow days

School districts out of snow days

Local school districts are out of snow days after the recent snowstorm caused classes to be cancelled Thursday throughout the greater Niles area. Read more  | Add your comment

Niles explains bond proposal

Niles Community Schools has made available a list of frequently asked questions relating to this spring’s bond proposals. Read more  | Add your comment

Rotary welcomes URSCC founder

Despite their importance in the history of the nation, many of the old homes and barns that acted as “stops” along the country’s Underground Railroad ... Read more  | Add your comment

Cass County Relay for Life fundraising kicks off next week

The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life is returning this summer in Cass County, and organizers are already hard at work in hopes of topping ... Read more  | Add your comment

Restoration continues on Bonine House and carriage house

Restoration continues on Bonine House and carriage house

Quaker abolitionists James E. Bonine and Sarah Bogue Bonine are surely smiling. Read more  | Add your comment

Cassopolis police log Feb. 5-16

Here are the calls that the Cassopolis Police Department responded to from Feb. 5-16: Read more  | Add your comment

Leos’ ‘Dinner in the Dark’ a big success

Leos’ ‘Dinner in the Dark’ a big success

Trusting someone to help you eat without being able to see can be a daunting experience. Read more  | Add your comment

Leach wins America & Me essay contest

Leach wins America & Me essay contest

Three students from Edwardsburg Middle School in Edwardsburg have been named local winners in the 46th annual America & Me essay contest, sponsored by Farm ... Read more  | Add your comment

Books for Bikes Program kicks off March 6

St. Peters Masonic Lodge, in conjunction with Edwardsburg Eagle Lake School and the Greater Niles Community Federal Credit Union will again host a Books for ... Read more  | Add your comment

Stephen Ministry launched in Edwardsburg

A new and ministry has been launched in Edwardsburg, designed to provide hope and healing to individuals in need of support. Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Beckwith opens season with first ever improvisation show  | Add your comment
  2. Conservation District fundraiser underway  | Add your comment
  3. Cass County officials answers questions about fracking  | Add your comment
  4. Spots open for Niles Service League Trivia Night fundraiser  | Add your comment
  5. Niles Police Log — Feb. 17  | Add your comment
  6. Company tabbed to design second phase of trail project  | Add your comment
  7. Niles students on the way to collecting 1 million pop tabs  | Add your comment
  8. Police Log — Feb. 16-17  | Add your comment
  9. 4-H expands statewide recruitment campaign  | Add your comment
  10. United Way seeking volunteers for Reading Day of Action  | Add your comment
  11. Niles police log Feb. 13-16, 2015  | Add your comment
  12. Volunteer of the Week: Craig Sumerix  | Add your comment

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