Stephanie Salisbury: New Year about accepting life as it comes

January is the time of year when people begin to set their goals, make drastic lifestyle changes that may or may not endure the next ... Read more  | Add your comment

Some jobs cooler than others at ice fest

Volunteers of Leaderland came out to help produce a wildly successful Hunter Ice Festival in downtown Niles this past weekend. Wearing my Rotary hat, I ... Read more  | Add your comment

Burying barrels for winter vegetables

Here some more Cardinal Charlie memories. We used to dig big holes in the ground in the back yard to bury old barrels in which ... Read more  | Add your comment

Niles envied Round Oak’s meat market

In going through a bunch of many years of my acquired notes, I found this one. It was an article in the old 1885 newspaper ... Read more  | Add your comment

John Proos: Cautiously optimistic about state’s projected ‘surplus’

By Sen. John Proos, R-St. Joseph State fiscal leaders from the legislature and the executive branch met with economists from across the state on Friday ... Read more  | Add your comment

Michael Bennett: Pick a contest, any contest

Contests abound in Leaderland, and we have something for everyone. Read more  | Add your comment

Niles envied Round Oak’s meat market

First of four parts In going through a bunch of many years of my acquired notes, I found this one. It was an article in ... Read more  | Add your comment

Jo-Ann Boepple: Looking at the history of the Argus

Well it is a new year but I am not making any resolutions, predictions or other promises I can’t keep that are usually part of ... Read more  | Add your comment

Written word can easily be misinterpreted

Well rested from four days off last week, it is Wednesday morning as I write and the wonderful downtime I enjoyed has nearly worn off. ... Read more  | Add your comment

Do you remember Cross Street trailer camp?

It seems lately I’ve had a few calls from folks looking for information on old Dowagiac things. I had a call from the library not ... Read more  | Add your comment

John Proos: ‘Cold is Cool’ program offers free skiing for state’s fourth-graders

Southwest Michigan fourth-graders have the opportunity to get three free lift tickets to 20 participating Michigan ski areas under a program created by the Michigan ... Read more  | Add your comment

John Jarpe: Take time to consider student safety

After the terrible tragedy in Newtown, Conn., there are many well-meaning people who advocate that teachers should be trained to use firearms and have access ... Read more  | Add your comment

William Crandell: By working together, America can prosper

Even though many business owners tend to vote Republican, there is a growing number of merchants across the nation that are Democrats and believe that ... Read more  | Add your comment

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  1. John Proos: State legislature moved forward in 2012  | Add your comment
  2. William Crandell: New recall law is cheating  | Add your comment
  3. Michael Bennett: Pressure on to keep printed resolutions  | Add your comment
  4. Robert LaBre: Businesses protected from parking lot slips  | Add your comment
  5. Trooper Rob: Parking lights don’t count as headlights  | Add your comment
  6. Jack Strayer: Obama is first Nobel Peace Prize loser  | Add your comment
  7. Busy ’30s kids kept out of trouble  | Add your comment
  8. Sharon Tyler: See you back home Berrien  | Add your comment
  9. Bennett: Niles government refuses to rock the boat  | Add your comment
  10. Niles student: New ‘vibe’ in halls after school shooting  | Add your comment
  11. Trooper Rob: Lie detector test inadmissible in court  | Add your comment
  12. LaBre: Law makes family presumptions  | Add your comment

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