Public input key in Niles wayfinding project

Not long ago, a survey found that people used Riverfront Park and the Indiana-Michigan River Valley Trail more often than any other facilities in the ... Read more

Solving Dowagiac’s parking problem

When it comes to ensuring that downtown businesses are getting every benefit possible to thrive, the City of Dowagiac and Greater Dowagiac Chamber of Commerce ... Read more

Great to see support for Fernwood’s railway garden

As the old saying goes, you can’t have a rainbow without rain. This is a concept Fernwood lovers know quite literally. They watch their gardens ... Read more

Growth of Pokagon police positive sign for entire Dowagiac community

Anyone who spends their time living or working in the Dowagiac area has become accustomed to seeing the white squad vehicles of the Pokagon Band ... Read more

Leader Columnists

Seeking information, the full story is our job

Newspapers have many roles within the community, but fighting for transparency and accountability of public institutions and how they spend taxpayer dollars are among the ... Read more

Facilitating a fair and balanced campaign season

Although the local election is still months away, campaign season went into full swing last week. Read more

Our planet deserves more than just one day

Don’t get me wrong. I don’t have anything against Earth Day. I think it is great but hope it doesn’t allow people to lose sight ... Read more

Help us explore Michiana from behind the lens

I’ve been doing a lot of traveling the last several weeks. It has been so refreshing to satisfy my wanderlust after several long months of ... Read more

Editorial Cartoon


Letters to the Editor

Help letter carriers fight hunger May 14

Saturday, May 14, marks the 24th anniversary of one of America’s great days of giving — the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger ... Read more

Applauding those cleaning up Niles Twp.

On Saturday, April 9, Niles Charter Township held its first (as far as records can confirm) township cleanup day. Read more

Opinion Columnists

Supporting our police officers

Law enforcement officers put their lives on the line every day to keep our communities safe ... Read more

Opposable green thumbs

I do not have a green thumb. I do not have a sea foam, teal, moss, ... Read more

Ted Cruz and the toothless Tea Party

In August of 2014, I wrote my monthly column “Speaking from Experience” about the apparent downfall ... Read more

Starfish Story: Migrant education recruiter honored for excellence

Diego Cano, — as migrant education recruiter — migrant paraprofessional, and data entry for migrant, has ... Read more

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