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December 19, 2008 by WLKM News Room · 7 Comments 

As if snail mail wasn’t slow enough….

June 5, 2008 by WLKM News Room · 1 Comment 

Postal workers in Middlebury have started delivering 21,000 pieces of mail found two weeks ago in the home of a substitute mail carrier. The undelivered items include first-class mail, publications, bulk mail and parcels. The investigation began after customers in the area complained about undelivered mail. The carrier, whose name was not released, was arrested May 19th and resigned Tuesday. Officials say an investigation is continuing. Postal Service spokeswoman Susan Pfeifer says the carrier was a substitute and worked different routes. (AP)

City of Three Rivers Approves Budget

June 4, 2008 by WLKM News Room · Comments Off 

The City of Three Rivers has a budget in place for the new fiscal year that begins on July 1st. The spending plan was approved on a 5-to-1 vote last evening (Tuesday, June 3rd) following a public hearing. Read more

Three Rivers May Purchase Walk-Through

June 4, 2008 by WLKM News Room · Comments Off 

The Three Rivers City Commission has indicated a willingness to provide a down payment of $30,000 toward the purchase of the walk through connecting the new East City Parking Lot to North Main Street, but wants some details worked out before actually authorizing such an allocation. Read more

Three Rivers City Commission News

June 4, 2008 by WLKM News Room · Comments Off 

The Three Rivers City Commission has scheduled a public hearing for its June 17th meeting on a request from Kadant Johnson for establishment of an Industrial Development District for the company’s property on Wood Street. Read more

St. Joseph County Board Of Commissioners Votes Down Analysis

June 4, 2008 by WLKM News Room · Comments Off 

The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners has turned back a recommendation from County Administrator Judy West-Wing to engage Maximus Financial Services, Inc. to conduct a comprehensive analysis of current costs and revenues and make recommendations for fee changes. Read more

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