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Residential burglary

Investigators from the Michigan State Police are looking into a residential burglary last week in White Pigeon Township. According to a department media release, a residence in the 20000 block of Fawn River Road was broken-in to during the daytime Thursday, and a television, computer, gaming system and two firearms were stolen. The victim told police the incident occurred between …

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Fireworks planned in TR

Officials with the Three Rivers Water Festival have announced the postponed fireworks display will take place in conjunction with the city’s annual Harmony Fest. Bad weather prohibited the display on the June 15 closing night of the Water Festival. Instead, the show will take place Sept. 1 to cap off the one-day Harmony Fest. A makeup date was established following …

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Two juveniles charged

Two juveniles, including a 15-year-old boy from White Pigeon, were charged with breaking-and-entering following a pair of incidents at Klinger Lake in White Pigeon Township. Michigan State Police investigators said the two were involved in a break-in Monday at a residence on Détente Road, where they stole alcohol, medical marijuana, sporting equipment and money. The boys also admitted their involvement …

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Marijuana plants seized

Seizure of 83 marijuana plants in Flowerfield Township marked the biggest single haul of the day for the St. Joseph County Area Narcotics unit during a countywide sweep Wednesday. The agency, in conjunction with a Michigan Air National Guard helicopter, was able to destroy a total of more than 200 marijuana plants grown in difficult-to-spot areas without the benefit of …

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New firemen for TR

Three new members of the Three Rivers Fire Department were pinned during Tuesday’s city commission meeting. Marcellus High School alum Bradley Spears received his pin from his wife, Chelsey; Kyle Rice, an Army veteran, chose to receive his pin from his father-in-law, Gary Bragg; and Three Rivers High School graduate Karl Armstrong was pinned by his father, Chris Armstrong, a …

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Matson appointed

Larry Matson was appointed by Mayor Tom Lowry and commissioners to the Three Rivers City Commission Tuesday. Matson, 67, served on the board from May through October last year to fill a term left vacant by the resignation of Ken Baker. Matson was topped by Diane Haley-Clay in November’s election for a one-year term as District 3 representative. Matson, who …

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