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Training For New Appointees

Members of three city boards in Three Rivers will be expected to take training shortly after their appointment, Mayor Tom Lowry and city commissioners decided Tuesday. The training will be required of new members who join the city’s Historic Preservation Commission, the Planning Commission and the Board of Appeals. Lowry indicated recommendations made by the three panels are important and …

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Zip

They call me Zip. I am a one and a half year old male Min Pin/Aussie mix. I want you to know that I do not have a tail. I like to go for walks on a leash but I do need some practice with that. I sit and accept treats very gently. I am kind of skinny so some …

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Anders To Assume Treasury Position

The duties of St. Joseph County treasurer will be assumed by chief deputy Vicky Anders, a three-member committee has decided. After an agreement with its first choice failed to materialize over salary, the St. Joseph County Statutory Appointment Committee decided Wednesday to leave the post vacant for the time being. Current treasurer Phyllis Bainbridge is retiring at the end of …

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Two In Custody For Theft

The St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department has identified two men responsible for the theft of about $4,000 worth of electronic items and other merchandise at the Sturgis Walmart. Police said Sturgis resident Samuel Stidams, 31, and Matthew Stidams, 30, of Bronson, were arrested following a joint investigation between the Sturgis Department of Public Safety, and sheriff’s departments in St. Joseph …

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I & M To Recover Revenue

Indiana Michigan Power has received approval from the Michigan Public Service Commission to set interim rates, as proposed by the Ft. Wayne, Ind.-based company in November. As a result, I &M will begin to recover $16 million in annual revenue retroactive to Jan. 1, until a final order from the commission is received regarding the company’s rate case filed in …

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Citizens Interested In Serving

Here’s a reminder that Three Rivers municipal officials are looking for citizens interested in serving on one of many advisory committees that lack full membership. The positions available are: two seats on the city’s planning commission; one spot on the Local Officers Compensation Commission; two positions on the Airport Park Industrial Board; one spot with the Park Board; and one …

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Anthony’s Field of Dreams on ice

KALAMAZOO — Kalamazoo Wings forward Steven Anthony may be from Canada, but one of his passions is baseball. Active in the sport as a youth, Anthony would spend his summers on the diamond. But like many Canadians, hockey still topped the list as the sport of choice for Anthony, and he had one dream: to hit the ice as a …

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Man Impersonating Police Officer

Investigators with the Michigan State Police at White Pigeon are looking into separate cases of a man using a red light atop his vehicle to pull over and approach women alone in their cars. Twice on Saturday, women were pulled over by the suspect. One incident took place on U.S. 131 at Gleason Road in Fabius Township and the other …

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Two Arrested For Retail Fraud

Two men in their early 30s were arrested Monday following a month-long investigation into several incidents of retail fraud at the Sturgis Walmart. The two men, whose names and hometowns were not released, entered the store on three occasions and stole about $4,000 worth of electronic items. Walmart security noticed the suspects entering the store Monday and detained the two …

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First Baby Of The New Year

Three Rivers Health officials announced the hospital’s first baby of the new year was born Sunday afternoon. The son of Paige Tice and Ethan Rhodes was born at 2:43 p.m. on New Year’s Day. The new arrival, who was 2 1/2  months early, weighed 3 pounds and 9.4 ounces. The parents, who are Three Rivers residents, named their son Chance Ray. …

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