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Two arrested on drug charges in Marcellus

Two Marcellus residents were arrested on drug-related charges Wednesday following an investigation by the Cass County Drug Enforcement Team. Detectives served a search warrant in the 100 block of West North Street in Marcellus after an investigation provided suspicion that the use of methamphetamine was taking place there. Detectives located methamphetamine paraphernalia, and detained a-36-year-old male and 30-year-old female. They …

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Sturgis hires company to design softball complex

The city of Sturgis has hired Viridis Design Group of Kalamazoo to design, bid and supervise construction of a $2 million Sturgis softball complex that could be completed by September 2017. The largest share of the construction cost is covered by an appropriation from the St. Joseph County delinquent tax revolving fund, which also is underwriting a new sports complex …

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Woman hurt in Kalamazoo shootings trying to forgive suspect

The first person hurt in a mass shooting in southwestern Michigan says she can’t hate the man charged in the rampage and seeks to forgive him. Tiana Carruthers spoke publicly for the first time Thursday at the Kalamazoo hospital where she’d been treated after being shot four times. Six people died in the Feb. 20 shootings. Carruthers and a teenager …

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Smoking to blame for Sturgis fire

Fire inspectors spent the day Wednesday looking for clues related to a blaze that caused extensive damage to a Sturgis residence. Careless smoking was determined to be the apparent cause. Cpt. Cody Cripe of the Sturgis Fire Department said officials were called around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday to a residence in the 300 block of South Clay Street. Upon arrival, Sturgis …

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Police investigate hit-and-run incident

State police this week responded to a hit-and-run incident that involved a vehicle being taken for a test drive in Park Township. Troopers were called around 5 p.m. Tuesday to a residence on Michigan Avenue. Earlier, a 1998 Chevy Blazer being test-driven by two men struck a deer on Michigan Avenue, near North Fisher Lake Road. Investigators said the two …

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Day of magic returns to Colon

A day of magic that made a strong debut in 2015 is returning to Colon this weekend. Organized by Colon magician Ron Carnell and presented by Ring 386 of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, “31 Flavors of Magic” promises to deliver a variety of magic sure to appeal to people of all ages, Carnell said. Sixteen performers, seven new shows, …

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