After dropping their last two road games, the Kalamazoo Wings were looking to turn the tide on Tuesday night as they battled the Port Huron Icehawks. Read more
Authority wanted to fine-tune the service to insure that any problems would be minimal. The Circle Line service will run Monday through Friday, starting at 7 A.M. and running until 5 P.M. The service circuit will take one hour and will make sixteen stops along the route. Some of the stops include Wal-Mart, Meijer, TR Health Campus, Three Rivers Library, and the east parking lot in historic downtown Three Rivers. Circle Line bus stop signs will be posted. Rides are one dollar per destination and tickets are available for purchase from the Circle Line bus driver and the St. Joseph County Transportation Authority. These one-dollar tickets are valid ONLY for the Circle Line bus. For more information, please contact the CTA at 273-7808. Read more
Accolades to all who participated in this past weekend’s production of Make We Merry. This 25th Anniversary production brought back many memories of those acts that many people enjoyed over the years. This Three Rivers Community Players production is a perfect way to start the Holiday season. It’s amazing how much talent exists here in the Three Rivers community. Thank you for putting us in the Christmas mood! Read more
Thanksgiving is but a memory and what a wonderful memory it was. Plenty of good food and plenty of time just to kick back, relax and enjoy the wonderful weather.
Accolades to the Three Rivers Department of Public Services. Christmas decorations adorn many of the lampposts, and seeing them while crossing the Pealer Street Bridge, really can put one in the spirit of the holidays. A month from today, Christmas and New Year’s Day will be just a memory. Let’s try to get Out and About and cherish this special time. Read more
This Saturday and Sunday, November 29 and 30, Three Rivers will celebrate “Christmas Around Town”. Many of the downtown merchants will be open both days in observance of this annual event. Santa Claus will make an appearance, along with some of his reindeer. In support of this event, the St. Joseph County Transportation Authority (CTA) will offer free rides throughout the downtown area. This will give everyone an opportunity to experience, first hand, the personal service provided by the CTA. The CTA is the only public transportation service available in St. Joe County, and ridership is growing everyday. If you’ve never gotten Out and About via the CTA, this would be the perfect opportunity to do just that. Watch for the bus with the Langley Covered Bridge on it and climb aboard for a FREE ride. Read more
It’s hard to believe or realize, but Thanksgiving is a week from Thursday. It seems that the St. Joe County Fair was just several weeks ago, and now the smell of roast turkey and freshly baked pumpkin pie will soon be in the air. Here’s a scary thought: Shopping for Christmas begins a week from Friday. I wonder how this day got tagged as “Black Friday”? Read more