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Community Baby Shower on May 6th

The St. Joseph County Great Start Parent Coalition is hosting its twice-a-year “Community Baby Shower” next month. Event organizer Matie James said the free event takes place 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 6 at the St. Joseph County Intermediate School District office on Shimmel Road. All new and expecting parents, and their family members, are welcome to attend. The …

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Administrative Professionals Day celebreation

The Three Rivers Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring an Administrative Professionals Day luncheon later this month. The event takes place 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 26 at the First Presbyterian Church on North Main Street. Lunch is $20 per person and includes music from the Three Rivers High School Aristocrats as well as an inspirational speaker. Registration can …

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Flood Warning for Three Rivers – Updated

The National Weather Service in Northern Indiana has extended a Flood Warning for the Saint Joseph River at Three Rivers through Saturday, April 15th. At 10am Thursday, the stage was 7.2  feet and steady. Minor flooding is occurring. Flood stage is 7.0 feet. Forecast:  The river will fall below the 7.0 flood stage around 2pm on Friday, April 14th. At 8.0 feet…Minor flooding of apartments …

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TR High School Golf

The weather was better, the golf not so much. The Wildcat team finished 7th at the Paw Paw jamboree with a score of 197. The event was played at Heritage Glen GC and the team results were as follows: Otsego 163 Edwardsburg 180 Plainwell 181 Vicksburg 183 Paw Paw 191 Allegan 194 Three Rivers 197 Sturgis 199 South Haven 209 …

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Police identify accident victims

St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department officials have identified the two people involved in a fatal accident Sunday at the Branch-St. Joseph county line. Thirty-eight-year-old Shawn Shook of Sherwood was driving west on Wattles Road Sunday afternoon when he lost control of his vehicle near Stowell Road. The vehicle went off the roadway and struck 53-year-old Jody Clipfell of Sherwood Township …

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CMH names new CFO

A new chief financial officer was named during last week’s Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County board meeting. Board members extended the offer to Jill Brindley, who came highly recommended by board member Rick Shaffer. Shaffer, however, abstained from the vote when Brindley was appointed. Brindley assumes the part-time position from outgoing finance director Randy …

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