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Colon Schools looking for volunteers

School officials in Colon are asking prospective volunteers to consider lending a hand during the upcoming annual Magi Pride Days. The event is dedicated to helping spruce up school buildings and grounds for the start of the academic year. This year’s two-day Magi Pride Days are 3 to 8 p.m. Aug. 13 and 14. Organized by Paige Smolarz, the sprucing-up …

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School board recall will move forward

Kalamazoo County Circuit Court Judge Gary Giguere Jr. on Friday affirmed a June 26 decision by the St. Joseph County Election Board regarding the case of a recall sought of three members of the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education. In a four-page summary, Giguere sided with the election board in the fact that “each reason for the recall is …

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Venue chosen for board appeal

A venue for an appeal filed by three members of the Three Rivers Board of Education targeted in a recall has been selected. St. Joseph County Circuit Court Judge Paul Stutesman said the State Court Administrator’s Office has assigned the recall petition language case to Judge Gary Giguere Jr. from Kalamazoo County Circuit Court. The file will be transferred to Giguere …

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Explosion at empty MSU lab prompts partial evacuation

Officials say an explosion at an empty science lab at Michigan State University prompted an evacuation of part of a building on campus. No injuries were reported following the Friday morning explosion at Giltner Hall in East Lansing. University police Sgt. Florene McGlothian-Taylor says portions of the building close to the lab were evacuated. McGlothian-Taylor says the explosion occurred in …

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Western Michigan University board OKs sex misconduct policy

Western Michigan University’s Board of Trustees has approved a new policy designed to encourage students and staff to report cases of sexual misconduct. The university said in a news release that trustees approved changes Wednesday. They were put in place on an interim basis on January, and the policy was refined and presented to the board after comments from campus …

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Teams donate to Roll family

Saturday’s alumni football game between Centreville and Colon has taken on new meaning. Earlier this week, both teams decided to donate a portion of the proceeds of the game to the family of Robert Roll. Roll, a 2003 Constantine High School graduate, suffered a severe neck injury in last weekend’s alumni game against White Pigeon. Doctors determined Roll suffered a …

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