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Elaine Weston, 95

Phyllis Elaine Weston

Phyllis Elaine Weston, 95, of Three Rivers, answered God’s call and departed this life on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. She was born on Dec. 5, 1919 in East St. Louis, Ill. to the late Fred and Marguerite Horne. She attended public school in East St. Louis. She had an early belief in Christianity and gave her life to Christ at …

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Relay for Life Hits All Time High

Congratulations to residents of the entire Three Rivers surrounding area for their superb fundraising on behalf of the American Cancer Society. The 2015 Relay for Life event netted a record high $140,396 for the ACS – the 13th highest revenue event in Michigan. Teams from Three Rivers, Centreville, Mendon and Constantine held fundraisers and solicited friends and family for donations. …

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Cass County crash – Minor injuries

A White Pigeon teenager was treated for minor injuries after causing a two-vehicle accident last week in Cass County’s Porter Township. Cass County Deputy Philip Esarey said sheriff’s deputies responded to the intersection of Bellows and Sweet roads at 3:15 p.m. Friday following a report of a personal-injury accident. Deputies said a northbound vehicle driven by Sara Messenger, 17, crossed …

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Design assistance approved for Kelsey Block

The Michigan Main Street Center has awarded its third and final Design Assistance service of the 2015 fiscal year to Bruce Monroe, property owner of the “Kelsey Block,” at 39 through 43 North Main Street in downtown Three Rivers. As part of the service, Monroe received an on-site consultation with Michigan Main Street Design Specialist Debra Johnson, as well as …

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First burial at White Pigeon Pet Cemetery

A Three Rivers couple was the first to take advantage of the White Pigeon Township Pet Cemetery. Chico, a chihuahua belonging to William and Deb Arnold, was buried Tuesday in the newly created pet section. When Chico died in January, his remains were preserved until the Arnolds learned about the new pet section at White Pigeon Township Cemetery, which was …

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A flu shot is advised

The Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency is encouraging all tri-county residents to protect themselves this winter by getting flu shots as soon as possible. Steve Todd, Health Officer for the tri-county health department said the availability and affordability of the vaccine make it easier than ever for protection from the flu. Todd said flu shots are encouraged for people aged …

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