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Mendon adjusts school day to avoid make-up day

Mendon Community Schools board members are learning the potential consequences of this winter’s delays and cancellations. During Monday’s monthly board meeting, interim superintendent Leasa Griffith said the district is uncomfortably close to having to add at least one make-up day in June. In order to avoid the school year extending beyond June 7, Griffith said she has worked out an …

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Several break-ins in Mendon

Sheriff’s deputies are investigating attempted breaking-and-entering incidents in Mendon Township. Deputies were called Monday to the 22000 block of Kline’s Resort Road, where access into six trailers in winter storage had been attempted. Authorities were called to the scene in response to the owner of a trailer that had been accessed without permission.

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Multiple injuries in Cass County crash

Three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash earlier this week in Cass County’s Newberg Township. Sheriff Richard Behnke said deputies were called at 12:40 p.m. Monday to the intersection of M-60 and M-40. Investigators said a car driven by 96-year-old Woody James of Three Rivers was eastbound on M-60 when it failed to stop at the M-40 intersection. His …

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Addiction recovery program planned

“Voices of Hope and Recovery,” during which testimonials from people in recovery from methamphetamine addiction, takes place Thursday. Co-sponsored by the Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services of St. Joseph County, and St. Joseph County Task Force, the program takes place 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the St. Joseph County Intermediate School District on Shimmel Road, south of Centreville. …

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K-Wings fall to Cyclones in OT

CINCINNATI, OH – As the ECHL hockey season inches closer to the playoffs, the Kalamazoo Wings (26-21-3-2) are headed in the wrong direction as of late. Yes, the K-Wings are still in the playoff mix.  If the season ended today, the K-Wings would be the fourth seed in the Central Division with 57 points. The Cincinnati Cyclones (28-20-2-0) are in …

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Out and About – Week of February 19th

Last Wednesday, February 14, was not only Valentine’s Day, but it was also Ash Wednesday, a special time in the religious world. It signifies the beginning of Lent, a time when we should give up something we truly enjoy. As for me, I’m giving up lima beans and going to the gym. It will be rough, but I’ll do what …

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Man injured in Cass County accident

A Decatur man was injured in a one-vehicle accident over the weekend in Cass County’s Pokagon Township. Sheriff Richard Behnke said deputies were called shortly before 7:30 a.m. Sunday to M-51, near Pokagon Street. Investigators said 44-year-old Chad Strehlke was driving north on M-51 and attempted to pass another vehicle. Strehlke, however, lost control of his vehicle and it exited …

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Habitat For Humanity home applications accepted

The deadline for applications for the 2018 St. Joseph County Habitat For Humanity home is little more than two weeks away. Anyone who is able to meet the responsibility of home ownership, can take on an affordable mortgage and is willing to provide labor toward the construction of the house is welcome to apply. The deadline is March 9. Location …

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Fugitive arrest in Three Rivers

Three Rivers police officers last week apprehended a fugitive wanted from the Detroit area. According to a department media release, the Romulus Police Department contacted Three Rivers authorities regarding a 23-year-old man wanted on a number of felonies from Wayne County. Romulus officials indicated they had reason to believe the suspect was in Three Rivers. A search warrant was executed …

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Update from Constantine Village Council

Members of the Constantine Village Council have OK’d applications for five commercial medical-marijuana facilities. Approved earlier this month, the medical-marijuana ordinance states the village may assess an annual fee of no more than $5,000 to help defray administrative and enforcement expenses associated with the operation of the facilities. Applications have been accepted for Herbal Advantage Provisioning to establish a provisioning …

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