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‘Give us a chance to fix it’

Howard Hall questioned Dowagiac City Council Monday night about software that enables citizens on the city Web site to click on utility records and, for ... Read more  | Add your comment

Church break-in

Dowagiac Director of Public Safety Tom Atkinson reports that the Dowagiac Police Department has arrested a suspect for several charges stemming from a break-in of ... Read more  | Add your comment

Gurley-Leep donates Prius to SMC

Gurley-Leep donates Prius to SMC

Through a recent donation from Gurley Leep Automotive Group of Mishawaka, Ind., students in Southwestern Michigan College’s automotive technology program now have the opportunity to ... Read more  | Add your comment

‘Handcuff mom’ avoids charges

‘Handcuff mom’ avoids charges

The mother who handcuffed her 16-year-old son to a chair for a week and confined him to a small room for three weeks will not ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles hires Huff

Police Chief Ric Huff will be a busy man the next few months. After being selected by the Niles City Council as the replacement for ... Read more  | Add your comment

Lardner students pen winning essays

Lardner students pen winning essays

Three students from Ring Lardner Middle School in Niles have been named local winners in the 42nd annual America and Me Essay Contest, sponsored by ... Read more  | Add your comment

Pig-kissing, pie-throwing part of food drive fun

Niles High School students spent their Valentine’s Day showing some love for the Niles Salvation Army with a kick off of their Fight Against Hunger ... Read more  | Add your comment

No charges to be filed in handcuff case

The mother who handcuffed her 16-year-old son to a chair for a week and confining him to a small room for three weeks will not ... Read more  | Add your comment

Yooper brings different slant

Joseph Erickson of Escanaba has been a city manager in Bessemer and Delta County administrator. Born in Muskegon, he was in eighth grade when his ... Read more  | Add your comment

‘I’m familiar with counties’

Former Upper Peninsula English teacher David Benda has now been in county government for 26 years, including Clinton County administrator and Midland County administrator. Read more  | Add your comment

Cleaver left St. Joseph Co.

Charles Cleaver, who formerly worked in neighboring St. Joseph County, entered public service with Michigan’s largest township as a police dispatcher. Read more  | Add your comment

Texan eyes Mich. return

Texan Patrick Jordan, 45, wouldn’t mind getting back to his Michigan roots. Jordan is vital records department manager for the Tarrant County Clerk in Fort Worth, ... Read more  | Add your comment

‘Enigma’ all business

Enigmatic Chuck Clarke, Benzie County’s first administrator and Cass County’s interim administrator since last March, grew up in Kalamazoo, where his father, a graduate of ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Five interview for county administrator  | Add your comment
  2. Foundation focused on district’s future  | Add your comment
  3. Auto students get a closer look at hybrid-electric  | Add your comment
  4. Proos’ ban approved by Senate  | Add your comment
  5. Buchanan couple files lawsuit  | Add your comment
  6. East Main Gardens turning 90  | Add your comment
  7. Brandywine spellers participate in bee  | Add your comment
  8. 3 local artists to debut shows in Buchanan  | Add your comment
  9. Who’s the best bagger of them all?  | Add your comment
  10. Civic group urges public to ‘Take a Look at League’  | Add your comment
  11. YMCA unveils expansion plan  | Add your comment
  12. 1 new candidate files for Niles school board  | Add your comment

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