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Witness: Lintz worried about footprints in snow

Witness: Lintz worried about footprints in snow

Day two of the Keith Lintz murder trial saw a forensic pathologist testify to the cause of death of Niles couple John and Carolyn Tarwacki ... Read more  | Add your comment

Free car seat check in Cass Sept. 7

CASSOPOLIS — Four out of five car seats are used wrong. Could yours be one of them? Cass County Sheriff’s Office is having a free ... Read more  | Add your comment

Take pictorial tour of Niles in new book

“Niles, Then and Now,” a pictorial record of Niles’ Downtown Historic District, is available for pre-order through the city’s Downtown Development Association Design Committee. Read more  | Add your comment

Niles plans to remove Pucker Street Dam

Niles plans to remove Pucker Street Dam

The Pucker Street Dam’s days appear to be numbered. Read more  | Add your comment

Prosecutor: Tarwackis died in robbery gone wrong

Prosecutor: Tarwackis died in robbery gone wrong

Until Tuesday’s opening statement by the prosecution, the public didn’t know a motive as to why John and Carolyn Tarwacki were brutally murdered in their ... Read more  | Add your comment

Last call for foreign exchange student hosts

Last call for foreign exchange student hosts

One local family is extending what they believe to be “the cultural opportunity of a lifetime” to the Michiana area, and the deadline is approaching ... Read more  | Add your comment

Cass County celebrating diversity Sept. 8

CASSOPOLIS — With the theme, “Come Tell Your Story,” celebrating the cultures that make up the fabric of the community, the Minority Coalition of Cass ... Read more  | Add your comment

City buys skid loader from Ausra

City buys skid loader from Ausra

Dowagiac City Council Monday night approved the purchase of a Case skid loader from Ausra Equipment and Supply for $50,750. Read more  | Add your comment

Three generations of Berrien County natives succeed in medical school

Three generations of Berrien County natives succeed in medical school

Recently, Dr. Weldon Cooke and his son, Dr. James Cooke, attended the Founders’ Day Convocation, the official start of the new academic year at Northwestern ... Read more  | Add your comment

Good weather boosted attendance at Berrien County Youth Fair

On Sunday, Aug. 11, 2013, 2,490 exhibitors (down 11 from 2012) entered 14,937 exhibits (up 292 from 2012) to showcase throughout the week. Berrien County’s ... Read more  | Add your comment

Aug. 27 Dowagiac police log

Aug. 26 • 7:16 a.m. — 200 block of East Railroad Street, breaking and entering complaint. One male arrested for home invasion. • 7:45 a.m. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Tea Party town hall Tuesday night

Berrien County Tea Party Patriots will be holding a “Cardboard Cutout” Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 27 at the Grace Christian Center, 683 Maiden ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles native joins Leader Publications staff

Leader Publications hired Neldon last week as its new layout editor. She will be laying out the papers for the Niles Daily Star, Dowagiac Daily ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. Niles budget could affect utility rates  | Add your comment
  2. Teen wants toys for her 17th birthday  | Add your comment
  3. Economic Club announces speakers lineup  | Add your comment
  4. Essay contest invites eighth graders to write about heroes  | Add your comment
  5. Michigan spending $100 million to raze 7,000 blighted structures  | Add your comment
  6. Niles Police Log Aug. 22-26, 2013  | Add your comment
  7. Two injured in multiple crashes  | Add your comment
  8. Police look for suspect in armed robbery  | Add your comment
  9. Tarwacki murders trial begins Tuesday  | Add your comment
  10. Niles FOP lodge bounces back from tragedy, is eager to serve  | Add your comment
  11. Business donors help Marcellus students ‘Shop 4 Success’  | Add your comment
  12. Cass, Berrien counties face similar challenges  | Add your comment

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