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Diesel fuel stolen

Five hundred gallons of diesel fuel were stolen on two separate occasions from an irrigation pivot in Fawn River Township. State police said the incidents took place between Aug. 18 and Sept. 2 in a field in the 70000 block of Kime Road. Investigators said they are confident the incident is related to a similar incident that took place in ... Read More »

Woman injured in single-vehicle accident

A Burr Oak woman was treated for minor injuries after she was involved in a single-vehicle accident last week in Sherman Township. State police said Reva Mullins was driving south on Balk Road at 11:35 a.m. Tuesday when she lost control of her vehicle after driving through loose gravel near Mintdale Road. Mullins’ vehicle traveled off the roadway and overturned ... Read More »

Douglas Smith, 53

Douglas Wade Smith, age 53, of  Jones, passed away Friday, September 5, 2014 at his home. He was born in Morris, IL on April 30, 1961, a son of Ernie and Lennie (Greer)  Smith. Doug worked as a rewinder operator at White Pigeon Paper Mill for over 12 years. Douglas is  survived by  his mother, Lennie Smith, Jones; step son, Christopher ... Read More »

Floyd Clarkson, 67

Floyd  E. Clarkson, age 67, of Constantine, passed away Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at his home. He was born in Annapolis, MD on February 14, 1947, a son of  Floyd J. and Louise (Mora) Clarkson. On December 31, 1972 he married Pearl Frye in Centreville. Floyd worked at Kenro Manufacturing in Bristol, IN. He enjoyed singing and playing guitar in ... Read More »

Storms hit the Great Lakes region

Severe storms packing high winds, heavy rains and hail moved through lower Michigan on Friday evening, downing trees and power lines across the area. Nearly 430-thousand Michigan homes and businesses were without power at one time or another. DTE officials reported that up to 350,000 of their customers were without power).  Some of the largest outages have been reported near ... Read More »