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Sunday motorcycle sales in Indiana

Indiana’s motorcycle dealers will be allowed to buy and sell their bikes on Sundays under a change in state law that legislators have approved.  The Indiana House voted 68-31 on Monday in favor of the bill removing the current ban on Sunday motorcycle sales.  Bill sponsor Rep. Ed Soliday of Valparaiso says all the states surrounding Indiana already allow Sunday …

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House fire in Sturgis

The Sturgis Fire Department was called out to a house fire Monday morning on Griffith Street. The homeowner, Joyce Burg, was covered in black soot when firefighters arrived. She said she heard a loud “pop” near the microwave and found flames. She was taken to Sturgis Hospital for evaluation. The kitchen sustained heavy damage, and the entire structure sustained smoke, …

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Arrest in Sturgis

A Sturgis police officer was treated for minor injuries following an incident with a 19-year-old man over the weekend. About 7:30 a.m. Saturday, police responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 400 block of Michigan Avenue. Once located by police, the suspect left the scene in what was later discovered to be a stolen vehicle. He eventually …

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TR is one of nine!

The city of Three Rivers was informed last week it has been chosen as one of nine communities in the state to take part in the Michigan Main Street program. Overseen by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, the Main Street program allows its members to receive training on the basics of organizing, promoting, and economically restructuring and designing their …

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White Pigeon – Wine & cheese event

Sunday’s wine and cheese event at White Pigeon Township Library was declared a success by its organizers. A capacity crowd of 40 people attended the event, which was the first of its kind at the library. Library director Perri Saunders said the wine-and-cheese tasting was an opportunity to introduce people to the library and bring together like-minded people. Burr Oak-area …

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Water Festival – Ahoy, TR!!

Organizers of the annual Three Rivers Water Festival community celebration announced last week that a pirate theme has been designated for the 2012 event. “Ahoy, TR,” is the theme to be incorporated into the parade and other aspects of the 56th annual festival. Long considered the unofficial start of summer, the Three Rivers Water Festival is set to take place …

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NHL trade sends K-Wings Ellington to rival ECHL team

KALAMAZOO –The good news for Kalamazoo Wings fans is that they will still have a few more opportunities to see defenseman Taylor Ellington play this season. The bad news is that he will more than likely be wearing a Chicago Express uniform. Ellington, who has played 55 games with the K-Wings this season, was traded to the NHL Columbus Blue …

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Evacuation in Sturgis

Sturgis Police and Fire crews were called out for a reported explosion shortly after midnight early Monday at an apartment complex on Cato Lane. Authorities determined that a chemical related to the production of methamphetamine had been spilled in a hallway. The building was evacuated and the HazMat team was called in. Two residents were arrested in connection with the incident. One …

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Maggie

Hi, I am Maggie a happy playful two year old Border Collie.  I have been living outside all of the time and that is just the pits.  I would love to shear your loving home with you and enjoy your attention and I give the nicest kisses.  I love to romp and play and you should think of a job …

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NAILERS POWER PAST K-WINGS

Even through 40 minutes, the Wheeling Nailers scored twice in the third period, both on the power-play to defeat the Kalamazoo Wings 4-3. Both teams had scoring on their minds in the opening period combining for four goals in the period. Kalamazoo nearly started the scoring one minute into the game with a penalty shot from Justin Taylor. Taylor missed …

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