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Kentucky Raid brought to life

Kentucky Raid brought to life

CASSOPOLIS – When fugitive slaves escaped on the Underground Railroad, they prayed to just make it North out of bondage and into freedom. During a ... Read more  | Add your comment

How medical marijuana is defined by law

• To define what Michigan considers as acceptable, here is the law according to Section 333.26423 of the Michigan Medicinal Marijuana Act: • “Debilitating medical ... Read more  | Add your comment

Dan Wyant named to SMC board

Dan Wyant named to SMC board

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

Rosetta here for cheetah installation

Rosetta here for cheetah installation

By JOHN EBY Dowagiac Daily News Loveland, Colo., sculptor Jan Rosetta was in Dowagiac Sept. 8 to oversee this morning’s installation of “Cheetahs on the ... Read more  | Add your comment

How is story told in subsequent tellings of slave raid?

How is story told in subsequent tellings of slave raid?

CASSOPOLIS – Whoever tells a story first generally establishes what people consider to be true/right. Not because it is true or right, but because it ... Read more  | Add your comment

Commission will take second shot at evicting medicinal pot-grower

The Niles Housing Commission on Tuesday said it would take a second shot at evicting a resident growing marijuana in a public housing unit for ... Read more  | Add your comment

A laborless day for many Americans

By JESSICA SIEFF Niles Daily Star Across the country this weekend there were speeches made and addresses given to praise the role of the past, ... Read more  | Add your comment

President to students:’Make us proud’

By JESSICA SIEFF Niles Daily Star Though school may have started for some already, Tuesday morning marks a return to the classroom for all students ... Read more  | Add your comment

Jury finds Barbour guilty of 14 felonies

CASSOPOLIS – Stolen property was spread across the floor of Cass County’s Circuit Court earlier this week as Douglas Barbour went to trial on conspiracy, ... Read more  | Add your comment

Jury finds Barbour guilty of 14 felonies

CASSOPOLIS – Stolen property was spread across the floor of Cass County’s Circuit Court earlier this week as Douglas Barbour went to trial on conspiracy, ... Read more  | Add your comment

New drum arbor finished for pow wow

A new permanent cedar drum arbor was unveiled Saturday at the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indian’s pow wow arena southwest of Dowagiac. The Pokagon Band ... Read more  | Add your comment

Actress Irene Bedard performs at Pow Wow

Actress Irene Bedard performs at Pow Wow

Irene Bedard, the Native actress from Anchorage, Alaska, who gave voice to Disney’s Pocahontas, performed at the 24th annual Kee-Boon-Mein-Kaa Pow Wow with the forest ... Read more  | Add your comment

$289,000 awarded to Hartford for downtown improvements

LANSING – Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm Friday announced a $289,000 grant to Hartford in Van Buren County to fund downtown infrastructure improvements. The grant is ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. New tax sale in Cass is Sept. 29  | Add your comment
  2. New high-tech road grader ordered in Cass  | Add your comment
  3. As school starts, safety’s a priority  | Add your comment
  4. A legacy of goodness and land  | Add your comment
  5. Buchanan achieves national historic status  | Add your comment
  6. Cass County eligible for $175,000 for conservation of energy projects  | Add your comment
  7. $191,000 grader hand-controlled  | Add your comment
  8. Questions follow report of dismissal  | Add your comment
  9. The feast is on  | Add your comment
  10. Tyler responds to budget concerns  | Add your comment
  11. Dr. See recertified  | Add your comment
  12. $120,000 profit from tax sale  | Add your comment

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