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Dorothy Trump, 83

Dorothy Jean (Smith) Trump, age 83, of Three Rivers passed away on Thursday, April 4, 2013 in Kalamazoo, MI. She was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa on on September 5, 1928 the daughter of Clifford James and Lola Vern (Cripps) Smith. Dorothy was a member of the Moorepark Community Church and the Ladies Card Club. Dorothy was very artistic and ...

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House fire in Constantine

A house in Constantine sustained heavy damage in a fire Thursday evening. Fire fighters from Constantine, White Pigeon, and Fabius Park fought the blaze at 570 South Washington Street. It appears the fire started in an upstairs bedroom. There were no injuries. Traffic on US-131 was rerouted for several hours while fire fighters were on scene.

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State economy is improving

The state’s business roundtable continues to forecast that Michigan’s economy will grow faster than the U.S. economy over the next six to eighteen months. The forecast by Business Leaders for Michigan is reinforced by 43 percent of its members planning to increase hiring in Michigan in just the next six months. According to the survey, 55% of business leaders believe ...

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Steve Shoemaker, 62

Steven R. Shoemaker, age 62 of Three Rivers went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at the University of Michigan Hospital surrounded by his family. He was born August 11, 1950 in Three Rivers, the son of Robert and Leatrice (Fawkes) Shoemaker. Steve graduated with the class of 1968 from Three Rivers High School and enjoyed ...

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Hi! I am Toby and I am a male, black, boxer/lab mix. I’m about 1 year old and weigh about 45 pounds. I may be a little shy at first but I warm up to you quickly. I am very inquisitive and can sit and walk nicely. Being young, I am very active and am ready for training. I am ...

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Fire in apartment building

Two units in an eight-unit Constantine apartment building were damaged by a fire earlier this week. Constantine firefighters were called around 5 p.m. Tuesday to the 200 block of Peachtree Street, where the Custer Apartments were ablaze. Investigators said it appears the fire started in a lower unit and spread up and out from its origin. Though a half dozen ...

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