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Wyatt Cool is a national wrestling champion. The recent Mendon High School graduate captured an individual national title in the 187-pound weight division in the... [Read More]
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Three Rivers High School's 113-member marching band wraps up its weeklong band camp, after nearly 77 hours of rehearsals, with a demonstration performance for their... [Read More]
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THREE RIVERS — A sculpture in downtown Three Rivers was recently vandalized with red paint, while graffiti laden with expletives covers the outside walls of several... [Read More]
Concussions are down, according to data compiled by the Michigan High School Athletic Association during its third year of collecting head injury reports from member... [Read More]
Approximately 8,885 voters cast ballots in St. Joseph County during Tuesday's open primary, joining over 2 million other voters across the state in what turned... [Read More]
The Three Rivers city commission voted 6-1 in favor of approving a change order in the amount of $41,300 with Brussee Brady, for the construction... [Read More]
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Voters passed the St. Joseph County Transportation Authority Millage Renewal request by a wide margin on Tuesday, Aug. 7 during the Michigan Primary Election. Please... [Read More]
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THREE RIVERS — If Monday's initial football practice is any indication, the Three Rivers Wildcats have that special something to make the 2018 season a memorable... [Read More]
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THREE RIVERS —For 14 years, the Three Rivers Eagles have helped raise children's confidence, comfort, and style with a brand new pair of shoes before... [Read More]
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Colon's football program enters a new era today. The Magi, under third-year head coach Robbie Hattan, are joining an increasing number of Division 8 schools... [Read More]
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The day high school football teams around the state have been waiting for has finally arrived. Today is the first official day 11-man and eight-player... [Read More]
Polling sites throughout St. Joseph County are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 7. To vote, simply appear at your assigned... [Read More]
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Following the report of PFAS-contaminated water within two townships in Kalamazoo County, residents throughout Southwest Michigan were left wondering if their water is also at... [Read More]
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Three Rivers native will return home with the title of USA Memory Champion. On Saturday, July 14, at Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Kresge... [Read More]
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As part of an 18,000-mile odyssey across the continental United States to raise awareness and funds for military suicide prevention efforts, Riki Rachtman and Lea... [Read More]
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L.A's Coffee Café was selected as the only "fuel stop" in Michigan for Riki's Ride, an 18,000-mile motorcycle ride across America to raise money for... [Read More]
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Three Rivers Champion Force Cheerleading continues to be a force at the national level of competition. The local cheerleading academy returned home last weekend with... [Read More]
STURGIS — Two Kalamazoo residents were lodged at the St. Joseph County Jail for attempting to steal over $1,500 worth of merchandise from the Sturgis' Wal-Mart... [Read More]
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THREE RIVERS — After 10 years of dedication to the St. Joseph County Transportation Authority (CTA), executive director Steve Yorks has announced his retirement and is... [Read More]
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With preseason camp approaching in less than a couple weeks, football players from Three Rivers, Mendon, Sturgis and Portage Central got their first real taste... [Read More]
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