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Marsha Chanel felt there was a need for sports memorabilia in Southwest Michigan. [Read More]
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It has been often observed that the Vietnam War was the first war brought into America's living rooms by television. [Read More]
Carl Wilkens, the only American to remain in the country during the 1994 Rwandan genocide, will be the featured guest speaker during University Chapel on... [Read More]
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Dowagiac's Shawn Little didn't quite get to run the race he wanted at Saturday's Buchanan Cross Country Invitational at RedBud MX, but he was able... [Read More]
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The Heritage Museum & Cultural Center and the History Center at Courthouse Square are teaming up to offer historical walking tours of St. Joseph's City... [Read More]
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For the second time in four years, Benton Harbor voters in November will consider levying a city income tax on themselves and people who work... [Read More]
Sarett Nature Center... [Read More]
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St. Joseph's Cailey Rooker and Mason Dirlam maintained 4-under par after the second round of the Pure Insurance Championship. [Read More]
It was opening day for the Detroit Tigers. I had decided to take my bike to school since I could get home faster than I... [Read More]
Facts on city income taxes as permitted by state law:... [Read More]
Three Oaks residents will get another chance to argue against a sewer rate increase during an Oct. 11 public hearing. [Read More]
The Orphan Train movement touched many more lives than the children shipped to places like Dowagiac in the 19th century. [Read More]
There was good and bad news for Southwest Michigan counties in August. [Read More]
Applications are being accepted for the Van Buren County Sheriff's Office 2018 Citizens Police Academy, the office announced. [Read More]
Erich Kirchner spent his Friday at work packing rice and other amenities into boxes. [Read More]
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