Opinion

Editorials

Tragedy makes us appreciate those who serve the public

Wednesday’s tragic on-air shooting in Roanoke, Virginia, that took the lives of two television journalists is yet another example of the senseless violence that seems ... Read more

City’s continued grant applications shows commitment to community

This week, the Niles City Council approved another grant to help fund the removal of the Pucker Street Dam. This particular grant totaled almost $100,000, ... Read more

City’s commitment to aesthetics good for local economy, tourism

As the city continues its dedication to the overall look of its community, we have been reminded of the importance of eye-appealing communities. People all ... Read more

Cosmetology school a great asset to Niles community, Michiana region

When Susan Sakara’s newest business venture opens this fall, the entire Michiana region will benefit. Read more

Leader Columnists

A new taste of agriculture

The Berrien County Youth Fair is known for showcasing the region’s agriculture through its animal competitions that hundreds of youth participate in, but this weekend, ... Read more

Is cost of fighting crime too high?

Recent news reports confirm that America’s criminal justice system appears to be nothing more than a numbers game, and the taxpayers are on the losing ... Read more

Community pride evident Saturday

When I hear the name “Mike Morrison,” many memories quickly surface. I remember long nights playing euchre, with Mike shouting “renege” whenever someone was too ... Read more

Break out your football crystal ball to win fabulous prizes this season

So you think you know football and can pick game winners better than the local “experts?” (Believe me, I use that term very loosely). Here ... Read more

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Letters to the Editor

Come see the show

Sunday we spent a wonderful two hours at the Beckwith Theatre enjoying their most recent production, “Nantucket Sleighride.” It was one of the best, with ... Read more

‘100 Women who Care’ is amazing!

There is a group of women in our community who quietly support Cass County charities in a big way and we want to thank them ... Read more

Opinion Columnists

Follow these bus safety tips this school year

Students, parents, citizens, it’s that time of year again when big yellow buses will be out ... Read more

Berrien County Youth Fair turns 70

For six days straight, 12 hours a day, in Booth 16 in Commercial Building No. 37, ... Read more

Big John and another break-up

“My girlfriend just broke up with me,” lamented Big John Hudson as he nonchalantly strolled into ... Read more

Big John and another break-up

“My girlfriend just broke up with me,” lamented Big John Hudson as he nonchalantly strolled into ... Read more


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