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Local seniors also affected by cuts

By JESSICA SIEFF Niles Daily Star Substance abuse providers and mental health specialists aren’t the only ones worrying about proposed cuts stemming from the House ... Read more  | Add your comment

Open house highlights Fort’s historic finds

KALAMAZOO-Western Michigan University archaeologists are plumbing the depths of Southwest Michigan’s history, and the public will have a chance to see what they’ve learned during ... Read more  | Add your comment

Assistant city manager finds way for Dowagiac to qualify for $4,000 for DART training

By JOHN EBY Dowagiac Daily News Dowagiac City Council Monday night approved an agreement with the Michigan Public Transit Association (MPTA) which makes the community ... Read more  | Add your comment

Cass fire chief steps down after 28 years

CASSOPOLIS – Bill Fitzgerald has been a member of the Cassopolis Fire Department for 44 years.  He is stepping down as Cassopolis fire chief after ... Read more  | Add your comment

Watervliet man arrested after search for drugs

WATERVLIET – A search warrant executed Tuesday morning for illegal narcotics at 323 W. St. Joseph St. in the City of Watervliet resulted from a ... Read more  | Add your comment

Tyler: Lansing looks to slash 15% to 20% more

By JOHN EBY Dowagiac Daily News Brace for yet another 15 to 20 percent in budget cuts across the board, state Rep. Sharon Tyler warned ... Read more  | Add your comment

County students win $500 scholarships

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Four World War II veterans to receive French Legion of Honor

By JESSICA SIEFF Niles Daily Star Inside the Niles District Library, live the voices of countless stories, real and imagined. Along stacked shelves for readers ... Read more  | Add your comment

Four Flags Garden Club of Niles encourages new members to join

By KATHIE HEMPEL Niles Daily Star Ever thought about joining a local Garden Club? With concern over the state of the economy, staying closer to ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles Plaza North kicks off second ‘Summer Festival’

On Saturday, Aug. 1, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. the “Summer Festival” will kick off for its second year.  in the parking lot of ... Read more  | Add your comment

Russom Park grant accepted

By JOHN EBY Dowagiac Daily News On the surface, Russom Field, the Witko Ponds and the former gasoline station where Howard Hall’s family lives would ... Read more  | Add your comment

Court reigns over 158th Cass Co. Fair next week

By NORMA LERNER Dowagiac Daily News CASSOPOLIS – King Brian Butchbaker of Marcellus will reign over the 158th Cass County Fair with Queen Meg Hein ... Read more  | Add your comment

City buy retains access to Witko Ponds

By JOHN EBY Dowagiac Daily News City-owned Witko Ponds sit directly north of Dowagiac’s wastewater treatment plant on M-62 West. They have been actively fished ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. City acquiring 207 W. Division St.  | Add your comment
  2. Edwardsburg woman drives drunk  | Add your comment
  3. Road Commission has high water problems  | Add your comment
  4. June existing-homes sales up in southwest Michigan  | Add your comment
  5. Niles man killed  | Add your comment
  6. Niles motorcyclist dies after tree falls on him  | Add your comment
  7. Drunk driving can lead to jail time  | Add your comment
  8. Cutting for a cure  | Add your comment
  9. Family offers convenience  | Add your comment
  10. Niles resident digs up grenade  | Add your comment
  11. Guilty plea entered  | Add your comment
  12. Brandywine community gets on track  | Add your comment

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