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Beckwith sent to prison for Diamond Isle home invasions

By NORMA LERNER Dowagiac Daily News CASSOPOLIS – Several homes on the Diamond Lake island were invaded during the winter of 2007 by several vandals. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Cycle crashes

CASSOPOLIS – Cass County Sheriff Joseph M. Underwood reports that on Saturday, Sept. 12, at 3:50 his department responded to a personal-injury crash on U.S. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Jypsi closes park concert series

Unconventional, one might think, upon the sight of this band of siblings that is Jypsi – make no mistake about the music, it is a ... Read more  | Add your comment

Howard-Ellis principal to retire

Howard-Ellis principal to retire

By JESSICA SIEFF Niles Daily Star On the wall in her office, Barb Garrard, principal at Howard-Ellis Elementary School has a piece of needlepoint hanging ... Read more  | Add your comment

Board to gain the experience of Lowe Foundation COO

DOWAGIAC – At its regular meeting Tuesday, the Board of Trustees of Southwestern Michigan College appointed Dan Wyant, president and chief operating officer of the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Candles and colors mark fateful day

Two area services will be held tonight to honor those whose lives were lost and remember the events that changed America on September 11, 2001. ... Read more  | Add your comment

An apple a day is a sweet treat

By JESSICA SIEFF Niles Daily Star It is one of the sweetest signs of the fall season. And one of the most lucrative crops for ... Read more  | Add your comment

$20,000 goes to help unemployed

Cass County has been awarded $20,619 in Federal Dollars to supplement emergency food and shelter programs. These dollars are through the American Recovery and Reinvestment ... Read more  | Add your comment

Friendly personal service still exists

Friendly personal service still exists

By KATHIE HEMPEL Niles Daily Star In these days of an uncertain economy, many long for simpler times when small family businesses were the rule ... Read more  | Add your comment

Downtown Buchanan achieves national places historic status

BUCHANAN – After months of anticipation, official confirmation came Thursday that the downtown district of Buchanan had achieved the designation and listing on the National ... Read more  | Add your comment

SMC enrollment up 20.7 percent on top of 8 percent for last year

By JOHN EBY Dowagiac Daily News Southwestern Michigan College’s strategy is simple. It wants a heftier slice of a shrinking pie. In other words, SMC ... Read more  | Add your comment

Officials review disaster drill

By JOHN EBY Dowagiac Daily News Had chlorine gas actually escaped from Mennel Milling Thursday morning, temperatures, humidity and wind direction suggested a plume a ... Read more  | Add your comment

EOC activated at City Hall

By JOHN EBY Dowagiac Daily News Thursday’s countywide disaster exercise gave Mennel Milling and Borgess-Lee Memorial Hospital, which set up its decontamination tent and declared ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. ‘Plume’s’ potential path put Borgess-Lee in lockdown  | Add your comment
  2. Niles Township debates $64,000 question  | Add your comment
  3. Township police back on block  | Add your comment
  4. Rules hope to keep seniors from heat shut offs  | Add your comment
  5. Fair board still short – youth get pay cut  | Add your comment
  6. First responders swarm Mennel Milling  | Add your comment
  7. Drug bust carried out by Marcellus Middle School  | Add your comment
  8. Incumbent seeks re-election Tuesday  | Add your comment
  9. Underground Railroad comes alive  | Add your comment
  10. Dog park to be first priority  | Add your comment
  11. Dog park to be first priority  | Add your comment
  12. Tax rate lowered  | Add your comment

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