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Sheriff advised that man was found

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office was advised Thursday by the White Pigeon Police Department that Charles Rusher was found in the St. Joseph County community. White Pigeon Police advised that Rusher had broken into a residence during the nighttime hours and fell asleep on a couch. The homeowner discovered Rusher around 8:30 a.m. and notified authorities. The homeowner is not pressing charges and ... Read More »

Secretary of State office closed

Here’s a reminder that the Secretary of State office in Sturgis is closed this week for remodeling. The office will remain unavailable through Aug. 1. Staff members said the South Centerville Road office will be remodeled to include a fresh coat of paint and new carpet. The office is slated to re-open Aug. 4. Read More »

Teenager killed in Kalamazoo

The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety is hunting for suspects after a teenager was shot and killed. Police arrived on the scene Wednesday night on reports of gunfire on the city’s northeast side. Cops say everyone had fled the area, but soon after a car carrying 19-year-old Christopher Adams of Kalamazoo arrived at Borgess Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. ... Read More »

White Pigeon water is safe

The Village of White Pigeon has lifted the boil water notice.  The village had issued the notice several days ago when the municipal water system lost pressure.  Tests have determined that the village water is safe for human consumption. Read More »

Embezzlement charges issued

A warrant was issued Wednesday for the former executive assistant of the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce. The action comes a day after the St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office authorized a charge of embezzlement against Deb Herring, 57, of Schoolcraft. Investigators said Herring allegedly stole between $20,000 and $50,000 over a seven-year period starting in 2007. She was dismissed ... Read More »

Great start for MagiCelebration

The second annual MagiCelebration got off to a good start Wednesday, as out-of-town visitors and area residents descended on the village of Colon for some magic and fun during the four-day event. The afternoon highlight centered on FAB Magic Co., where owner Rick Fisher drew a standing-room-only crowd for a free magic show. Fisher said registration for magicians is up ... Read More »