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Little Snowball is STILL waiting. Hi, my name is Bonnie. And they say that I am a Bonnie little girl, you see I am a two year old tri-colored female Walker Hound. I am a bit shy but if you just give me a little time and space I will warm right up to you. I like people, just want …

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Snowball is still waiting for her new home. Hi, I am Frances. I am a ten month old neutered male white Tabby cat. It is kind of scary in here but I am being a very good boy hoping to find a new home soon. I will be a good cat for you and we can have so much fun. …

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Out and About – Week of June 18th

Tickets are now available for the Three Rivers Community Players’ production of Beauty and the Beast Jr.. This children’s production opens at the Players’ Theatre Thursday, June 21 and runs through Sunday, June 24. Dates and times are June 21, 22, and 23 at 7 P.M. There will be matinee performances on Saturday and Sunday, June 23 and 24 at …

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Thank You Sturgis for the help

Three Rivers municipal officials on Monday issued a public thank-you to the city of Sturgis for its help with cleanup efforts from the 2012 Water Festival. According to a Three Rivers news release, after the city’s street sweeper failed to operate over the weekend, Three Rivers DPS crews turned to their counterparts in Sturgis for assistance. Sturgis sent its own …

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Are soft-drink rules just the beginning?

Everyone complains that the government has too much power. Everyone seems to get upset when new laws or regulations come out that seem to hamper our “freedoms” as Americans. Isn’t that what being an American is all about? Being able to make your own decisions and basically do what you want (within reason of course). The government has taken a …

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56th TR Water Festival a success

The 56th Three Rivers Water Festival is in the books and event organizers are declaring the three-day celebration a success. Saturday’s car show, stage performance and fireworks display were met with large crowds, continuing the trend of strong audience participation that started with Thursday’s opening-night parade. A Friends of Scidmore Park fundraising event, “Kiss the Pig,” raised more than $4,000 …

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