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Mottville home destroyed in fire

Fire destroyed a home earlier this week in Mottville Township. Just after 8 a.m. Tuesday, White Pigeon firefighters were called to a home in the 13000 block of Anderson Road. Flames were coming from the home when firefighters arrived. Officials believe the blaze began on the east side in a living room area. Two residents were home at the time …

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Police investigate theft in Burr Oak

Investigators with Michigan State Police were called in response to a breaking-and-entering incident earlier this week in Burr Oak Township. The episode occurred between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday at a residence in the 30000 block of Lafayette Road. The victim told authorities jewelry and other personal items were stolen. A department media release did not indicate how access …

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Items stolen in Fabius

St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department deputies are investigating a breaking-and-entering situation in Fabius Township. Deputies were called shortly after 8 p.m. Monday to the 61000 block of Youngman Road. It was determined a number of electronic items were stolen from the premises. No additional information related to the incident was available.

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Road commission shows off upgraded buildings

The new-look St. Joseph County Road Commission headquarters in Centreville and an adjacent barn for equipment storage received high praise during a tour for township supervisors Tuesday. The two projects were at the center of the event, led by road commission officials and board members. It featured a look at the 24,000-square-foot barn and a fully rehabilitated administrative office. The …

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Traffic stop leads to drug arrest

Three Rivers police last weekend arrested an Indiana man on a drug-related charge. According to a department media release, a vehicle was stopped Sunday near the intersection of South Constantine and Millard streets for a traffic violation. The officer who initiated the stop noticed suspicious behavior by one of the three occupants inside the vehicle. Upon further investigation, a 30-year-old …

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Millage renewal resolution before White Pigeon School Board

Members of the White Pigeon Community Schools Board of Education this evening are expected to approve a resolution seeking renewal of a sinking-fund millage in May. Superintendent Jon Keyer said board members will decide what to include in the May 2 vote, when they plan to seek approval of a five-year, 3-mill, sinking-fund-renewal request. Keyer said based on feedback provided …

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