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Hit-and-run crash in Centreville

A fire hydrant in the village of Centreville was damaged by a vehicle driven by a hit-and-run driver this week. Sheriff’s officials said the incident occurred around 8 p.m. Sunday on East Market Street, near the intersection of Clinton Street. Investigators said it appears the vehicle was heading west on Market when it left the roadway and collided with the …

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One dead following fire

A White Pigeon Township resident died in a house fire Monday night. State police were called at 10:20 p.m. to the 19000 block of Fawn River Road after White Pigeon firefighters confirmed a person was inside the structure and had perished in the blaze. A state police fire-investigation team was called to the scene and will look further into the …

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Suspects sought by police

Two men are being sought by state police after, under false pretenses, entering the home of an elderly Sturgis woman, and stealing jewelry and money. The incident occurred between 3:15 and 4 p.m. Saturday in the 69000 block of South Nottawa Road. Investigators said a white male advised the resident he was there to inspect electrical wiring in the basement. …

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White Pigeon video in the works

A promotional video showcasing White Pigeon Community Schools appears to be in store for an update. Board of education members last week agreed to look further into the proposal of new footage after fielding two bids for the work. The video and still photos would appear on the district’s webpage and replace content that Superintendent Jon Keyer said is about …

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Nominees are being accepted

Three Rivers Rotary has announced it is accepting nominees for its annual “Distinguished Educator” award. The civic group since 1994 has been recognizing Three Rivers educators for excellence in the classroom. The award is given to professional educators within Three Rivers Community Schools. Nomination forms are due on or before March 1 at the superintendent’s office. A monetary award of …

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Tulley receives award

Mike Tulley, who has been coaching football at Constantine High School for 25 years, has been named one of the 2016 “Assistant Coaches of the Year” by the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association. Tulley said the award was nice recognition and was respectful of the honor. Tulley has spent the past 12 seasons as the special-teams coordinator as well …

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