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Three injured after crash

  Three people were treated at Three Rivers Health after a two-car crash Tuesday in Constantine Township. The incident occurred around 12:30 p. m. Michigan State Police said a vehicle driven by Steven Hesher, 51, of Constantine, was eastbound on Riverside Drive when he proceeded through the intersection and his car struck a vehicle traveling south on U.S. 131. The ... Read More »

MDOT open house

  The Michigan Department of Transportation is staging an open house next week in advance of a major reconstruction project in downtown Mendon in 2015. The open house takes place 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Mendon village office. MDOT next year plans to reconstruct more than a mile of M-60 through the downtown area. In addition, new sewer, ... Read More »

Three Rivers Fire Dept. get new truck

    The Three Rivers Fire Department added a new vehicle to its fleet, as a fourth truck was delivered last week. Interim chief Jeff Bloomfield said the department’s fourth truck has a capacity for up to 3,000 gallons of water, a feature that will benefit residents in Lockport Township, where hydrants are not available. Bloomfield said the truck also ... Read More »

Missing woman is okay

Police in southwest Michigan say a Dowagiac woman who went missing last week is okay. 25-year-old Rose Morris checked in with both her family and the police Tuesday night. Family members had told police she was last seen Thursday evening when Morris said she was going out with friends. Morris told her family that she had been arrested and was ... Read More »

Former administrative assistant arraigned

  The former administrative assistant for the Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce was arraigned after she turned herself in Monday. Bond for Deb Herring, 57, of Schoolcraft, was set at $10,000 personal recognizance by magistrate Mark Books. A warrant for her arrest was issued Wednesday last week after a charge of embezzlement was authorized by the county prosecutor’s office. ... Read More »

Arrest – Kalamazoo murder

The teenager suspected of killing a Kalamazoo man last week is now in police custody.  18-year-old DaQuan Pritchett turned himself in to the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety on Sunday. 19-year-old Christopher Adams was shot and killed on the city’s northeast side on July 23.  According to reports, the Kalamazoo County Prosecutor plans to charge Pritchett with open murder. He ... Read More »