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Heather

I am Heather.  I love to run and sing.  I am a female, Tri colored hound, I was picked up as a stray.  I am about one and a half years old.  The ladies here at Animal Control say I don’t potty in my unit so I may be housebroken.   I love people and come right up to them.  Because …

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Two dead in house fire near Mendon

Two men died early Wednesday in a house fire in the 53000 block of Silver Street in Mendon Township. Authorities said one body was found in the basement, the other on the first floor. Michigan State Police investigators said the cause of the fire is undetermined. Identities of the two men have not been released, pending notification of next of …

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Filing deadline passes for August ballot

Tuesday was the filing deadline for county commission seats, and other local and state positions appearing on the August primary ballot. Barring a write-in candidate, Republican county commissioners Allen Balog and Kathy Pangle will be uncontested. They are seeking two-year terms; Balog represents the city of Three Rivers, and Fabius and Flowerfield townships, while Pangle’s jurisdiction covers Burr Oak, Colon, …

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Glen Oaks moves forward with renovation plans

Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to move forward with a USDA loan application for concourse renovation. The loan is for up to $2.2 million, according to Glen Oaks president David Devier. He said the interest rate for the loan has been locked in at 3.79 percent. Devier anticipates closing as early as next week, and then …

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Author speaks at Riviera Theatre

“American Pain” is featured in this year’s “ One Book One County” event. John Temple, author of the non-fiction book, will speak at 7 o’clock tonight at the Riviera Theatre in Three Rivers. The free event is hosted by St. Joseph County libraries, and Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County.

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Dick Himebaugh, 95

G. Richard “Dick” Himebaugh, age 95, of Burr Oak, passed away Tuesday, April 24, 2018, at Masonville Place in Coldwater. He was born Dec. 21, 1922, in Branch County, a son of the late Gero A. and Leona (Fennell) Himebaugh. Dick was a lifelong Branch County resident and a graduate of Burr Oak High School with the class of 1940. …

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Michael Romig, 66

Michael J Romig, age 66, of Milton Township in Niles, passed away late in the evening Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in the comfort of his own home. Michael was born September 9, 1951, in Three Rivers, the son of Eugene F. Romig and Emma M. (McKenzie) Romig. Michael was previously married to Lori Romig. On May 19, 2006 he married …

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Quinn Kelly, 86

W. Quinn Kelly, age 86, of Klinger Lake, died on Monday, April 23, 2018, at Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo. He was born Oct. 7, 1931, in Evanston, Ill., a son of Walter D. and Ruth Mary (Quinn) Kelly. Quinn was a bank trust officer who retired from Greenleaf Trust. He was preceded in death by a son, Michael Richard …

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Trash clean-up continues

The city of Three Rivers has started its large- and odd-item cleanup. In partnership with Waste Management, the city began the collection Monday. The service is free, and will continue today in the Third District and conclude Thursday in the Fourth District. The city asks that all items be placed in the terrace area of their front yard. Refrigerators, freezers, …

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Constantine looks to place school resource officer

Constantine municipal officials plan to work with the local school district to install a resource officer at Constantine schools on a full-time basis. Village manager Mark Honeysett said he has had conversations with superintendent Steve Wilson and a representative from Michigan Fraternal Order of Police, and plans are to draft a contract to provide an officer for the position. If …

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