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Niles double homicide to be featured on TV show

A high profile double murder that devastated thte Niles community four years ago will be featured this weekend on the television program, “On the Case ... Read more  | Add your comment

Survivor: Relay for Life helped save my life

Survivor: Relay for Life helped save my life

Dawn Curry had been to Relay for Life events in the past, but never experienced one quite like last year’s celebration in Niles. Read more  | Add your comment

Proos introduces ‘Lauren’s Law’

LANSING — Sen. John Proos introduced legislation known as “Lauren’s Law” on Thursday in the state Senate to help increase the number of registered organ ... Read more  | Add your comment

Sweet deals in town: Restaurants offer specials for Valentine’s Day

Like so many of other cities across the globe, Dowagiac couples will be celebrating Valentine’s Day in the tried-and-true fashion of hitting the town for ... Read more  | Add your comment

Downtown antique store features crafts, historic local artifacts

Downtown antique store features crafts, historic local artifacts

While the area history museum houses many of Dowagiac’s precious historical artifacts, local antique dealer Ann Velthouse has spent the last several years quietly amassing ... Read more  | Add your comment

Village council honors essay winners

Village council honors essay winners

The Cassopolis Village Council honored three Cassopolis Public School students for winning the Martin Luther King Jr. essay competition. Read more  | Add your comment

MLK essay contest Feb. 22 at Church of Cassopolis

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee will be hosting an essay contest for Black History Month on Feb. 22 at 11 a.m. at the Church ... Read more  | Add your comment

COA Profiles: For Maley, all it took was being asked

COA Profiles: For Maley, all it took was being asked

When you have an open heart like Frank Maley, all it takes to become a volunteer is being asked. Read more  | Add your comment

43rd annual Salad Smorgasbord and Style Show March 20

43rd annual Salad Smorgasbord and Style Show March 20

“Sweet & Simple” is the theme this year for The Edwardsburg Presbyterian Women’s Association  43rd annual Salad Smorgasbord and Style Show, which will be held ... Read more  | Add your comment

$2.2 million expansion for Our Lady of the Lakes

$2.2 million expansion for Our Lady of the Lakes

A groundbreaking will be held March 2 at Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church for its $2.2 million expansion. Read more  | Add your comment

Large crowd hears latest DNR proposal

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is looking to purchase property for a boat access at the east end of Eagle Lake and drew a ... Read more  | Add your comment

Remembering my childhood

Here are some memories of old Cardinal Charlie’s young years. Those old Burma Shave in the farmers’ fields out on old M-40 South. Also old ... Read more  | Add your comment

Volunteer of the Week: Shirley Laylin

Shirley Laylin, of Dowagiac, has volunteered with the Dowagiac Dogwood Fine Arts Festival for 23 years. Occuring each May, the Dowagiac Dogwood Fine Arts Festival ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Niles students stuffing a bus  | Add your comment
  2. United Way breaks fundraising record  | Add your comment
  3. Bowl for the Cure rolls out this weekend  | Add your comment
  4. A legacy of service: Wayne Comstock remembered  | Add your comment
  5. Jim D’s goes green  | Add your comment
  6. Brandywine auto-shop students benefit from new equipment  | Add your comment
  7. City to consider amending demolition ordinance  | Add your comment
  8. Autistic student takes fourth in Cloverleaf Spelling Bee  | Add your comment
  9. February Starfish Story: Sarah Maggert  | Add your comment
  10. City manager provides update on snow removal  | Add your comment
  11. MacGregor takes over Chamber  | Add your comment
  12. Registration open for SMC’s Dirty Bird Challenge  | Add your comment

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