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TR woman dies of injuries

A 60-year-old Three Rivers resident has died following a pedestrian mishap in Schoolcraft. Anne Daugherty died at Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo early Monday afternoon from injuries sustained in the accident, after she was hit by a semi-rig while attempting to cross US-131 in the business district shortly after dark on Friday.

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Right-To-Work is approved

Over the chants of thousands of angry protesters, Republican lawmakers made Michigan a right-to-work state Tuesday, dealing a devastating and once-unthinkable defeat to organized labor in a place that has been a bastion of the movement for generations.

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Police have concluded investigation

The Constantine Police Department has concluded the school-related portion of its investigation regarding sexual conduct demonstrated by two 5-year-old boys at Eastside Elementary. According to a department media release, results of the week-long investigation were reported to Constantine Public Schools Superintendent Chuck Frisbie. He said the classroom instructor resumed teaching duties Monday and there is no criminal negligence on her ...

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Breaking-and-entering incident

A breaking-and-entering incident in White Pigeon Township remains under investigation by the Michigan State Police. Between Dec. 4 and 7, someone broke into a residence in the 68000 block of Edgewater Beach Road. Prescription medications, a case of beer, cash, a pair of alligator shoes and a matching belt were taken. A neighbor told police a white van was parked ...

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Minor injuries from hit-and-run

A family dispute was at the center of a hit-and-run incident Sunday in the 500 block of Michigan Street in Three Rivers. According to the Three Rivers Police Department, a person whose gender, age and address were not disclosed, was treated at Three Rivers Health for minor injuries as a result of the incident. The driver of the vehicle, who ...

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Stuff a Blue Goose Successful

The third annual Stuff a Blue Goose event, sponsored by the Michigan State Police at the Coldwater post, was declared a success by event organizers. Staged Saturday at five locations throughout St. Joseph County, the toy drive encouraged donors to stuff an MSP patrol car with toys, which will be distributed to area children in need. Cars were parked at ...

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