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(06-13-2024) • Two People Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(06-13-2024) • Two People Injured In Vehicle v Buggy Collision

(06-13-2024) • Vicksburg Man Dies After Being Struck By Train

(06-13-2024) • City Commission Sets Hearing For Millage Rates

(06-12-2024) • Minor Injuries Reported In Two Vehicle Crash

(06-12-2024) • Schultz, VanMeter Named 2024 Sturgis Citizens Of The Year

(06-12-2024) • Coldwater Lake Man Arrested For Running Down Couple

(06-12-2024) • Man Involved In Fatal Crash Dies From Injuries

(06-11-2024) • MSD Students Attend Career Day At Trine

(06-11-2024) • Bicknell Sentenced In Michigan

(06-11-2024) • Pick Up Driver Injured After Striking Farm Equipment

(06-11-2024) • More From State Representative Candidates At Political Forum

(06-11-2024) • State Representative Candidates Speak At Political Forum

(06-11-2024) • Alcohol Believed To Be A Factor In Two Vehicle Crash

(06-10-2024) • Michigan State Police Investigating Stabbing And Fight At Party

(06-07-2024) • Trine Graduate Honored For Anti-bullying Work

(06-07-2024) • Ribbon Cutting Held For Sturgis Splash Pad

(06-07-2024) • Albion Man Killed In Crash Following Pursuit

(06-06-2024) • Whitmer Requests Presidential Disaster Declarations For SW Michigan

(06-10-2024) • Drug Investigation Results In Four Arrests

(06-06-2024) • DeKalb Auditor To Be Member Of State Advisory Council

(06-06-2024) • MSP Looking For Owner Of Abandoned Trailer

(06-06-2024) • Tornado Hits SE Michigan, Kills Toddler

(06-06-2024) • Data Shows Financial Hardships In LaGrange And Noble Counties

(06-06-2024) • Prosecutor Candidates Questioned About Mental Health Cases

(06-05-2024) • Angola Council Considers Increase In Waste Services Cost

(06-05-2024) • Sturgis Schools Introducing Viceroy Program In 2024

(06-05-2024) • St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Candidates Speak During Forum

(06-04-2024) • Authorities Investigating Shootings At Elkhart McDonald’s

(06-03-2024) • Steuben Commission Approves Grant Application For Bullet Proof Vests

(06-03-2024) • Auburn Man Arrested In Connection With Two Vehicle Crash

(06-03-2024) • Cass County Sheriff Investigating Fatal Hit And Run

(06-03-2024) • Fire In Cattle Trailer Halts Highway Traffic In Branch County

(06-03-2024) • Three People Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(06-03-2024) • Centreville Schools Holding Groundbreaking For New Project

(06-03-2024) • Union City Man Dies In Motorcycle v Deer Crash

(06-01-2024) • Niles Woman Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(05-31-2024) • Steuben County Foundation Hires Stewardship Manager

(05-31-2024) • Angola Hires New Economic Development And Planning Director

(05-31-2024) • Thurston Woods Village Trustee Wins State Award

(05-31-2024) • LaGrange Man Not Injured In Three Vehicle Accident

(05-30-2024) • Member Of SJC Prosecutor’s Office Killed In Crash

(05-31-2024) • LaGrange Chamber And EDC To Share Business Innovation Center

(05-31-2024) • Victim Named In Fatal Nappanee Crash

(05-31-2024) • More From Sheriff’s Candidates At Public Forum

(05-30-2024) • LaGrange Community Foundation Hosting LaGrange Partners Meeting

(05-30-2024) • New Law Would Allow Indiana To Ban Farm Land Purchases

(05-30-2024) • Audit Shows City Of Sturgis Finances Are Good

(05-30-2024) • Sheriff’s Candidates Speak At Public Forum

(05-30-2024) • Garrett Man Arrested On Child Porn Charge

(05-29-2024) • Political Forums Set For St. Joseph County Candidates

(05-29-2024) • Sturgis Man Arrested For Selling Fake Pills On Dark Web

(05-28-2024) • Lock It Up Campaign Aims To Protect Kids From Marijuana

(05-28-2024) • Sturgis Holds Memorial Day Ceremony

(05-28-2024) • Utah Man Struck By Vehicle In Steuben County

(05-28-2024) • Teen Critical After Being Struck by Pick Up

(05-28-2024) • Sturgis Woman Killed In Branch County Crash

(05-25-2024) • Class of 2024 Graduates From Sturgis High School

(05-25-2024) • Multi-State Drug Investigation Leads To An Arrest

(05-06-2024) • Jobless Rates Go Down From March To April Around Southern Michigan

(05-25-2024) • Authorities Investigating Fatal Crash In Elkhart County

(05-24-2024) • Over $165,000 Raised During 2024 Radiothon

(05-24-2024) • Coldwater Man Dies After Being Struck On His Bicycle

(05-24-2024) • Three Rivers Residents Bound Over On Labor Trafficking Charges

(05-24-2024) • Suspect Arrested On Drug And Stolen Vehicle Charges

(05-24-2024) • One Person Injured In Cass County Crash

(05-24-2024) • Crash Numbers Down In 2023 Around St. Joseph County

(05-24-2024) • LaGrange Woman Injured In SW Michigan Crash

(05-21-2024) • St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Office Introduces Facility Dog

(05-21-2024) • Former Quincy Coach Enters No Contest Plea To Charges

(05-21-2024) • New Principal Hired For Eastwood School

(05-21-2024) • Union City House Fire Kills Three Pets

(05-21-2024) • NE Indiana Unemployment Down From March To April

(05-20-2024) • Sportsarama Celebrates 50 Years Of Stewart Family Ownership

(05-20-2024) • Two New Teachers Hired for Sturgis High School

(05-20-2024) • Five People Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(05-20-2024) • Coldwater Man Killed In One Vehicle Crash

(05-18-2024) • Lakeland Hires Alumna Katie Levitz As Public Relations Specialist

(05-17-2024) • Indiana Unemployment Increases Slightly In April

(05-16-2024) • Peter Riopelle Stepping Down As Tibbits’ Artistic Director

(05-17-2024) • Sturgis Kiwanis Spotlight Eastwood Students

(05-17-2024) • Summer 2024 Job Forecast For Michigan Teens Promising

(05-17-2024) • No Change In Michigan’s Jobless Rate For April

(05-16-2024) • Authorities Identify Motorcyclist Killed In Crash

(05-15-2024) • One Person Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(05-16-2024) • Sheriff’s Dept. Asked To Provide Resource Officer For Centreville

(05-15-2024) • Bronson softball splits DH, wins Big 8 title

(05-15-2024) • Sturgis baseball loses DH to Edwardsburg

(05-15-2024) • Sturgis Kiwanis Club Names SHS Department Award Winners

(05-15-2024) • Dowagiac Man Dies In Car Crash

(05-15-2024) • Dennis Allen Responds To Concerns Over Conflict Of Interest

(05-14-2024) • Forum Being Held For Branch County Sheriff’s Candidates

(05-14-2024) • Downtown Sturgis Lighting Project Moving Forward

(05-14-2024) • South Bend Man Sentenced In Cassopolis Bank Robbery

(05-13-2024) • Man Dies From Injuries In April Crash

(05-13-2024) • Walberg Visits District Following Storms

(05-11-2024) • Fremont Retains Performance Qualified School District Designation

(05-11-2024) • Lindsey Comments On Storm Devastation

(05-11-2024) • Three Rivers Man Arrested In Connection With Fatal Stabbing

(05-11-2024) • White Pigeon Superintendent Comments Following Failed Bond Proposal

(05-11-2024) • City Commission Approves Funding For Road And Sidewalk Projects

(05-09-2024) • Former Coldwater Attorney Sentenced For Stealing From Client

(05-09-2024) • Stempien Says Algarin’s Death Was Justified Deadly Force

(05-09-2024) • LaGrange Woman Arrested On Child Molesting Charge

(05-09-2024) • Recovery Efforts Continue Following Tornadoes

(05-08-2024) • Mendon Voters Approve School Bond, White Pigeon Voters Say No

(05-08-2024) • Candidates Selected To Run For State And Federal Offices

(05-08-2024) • LaGrange County Voters Cast Ballots At Primary Election

(05-08-2024) • Tornado Damage Reported In St. Joseph County

(05-06-2024) • Three Rivers Man Involved In Two Vehicle Crash

(05-06-2024) • Authorities Say Lightning May Have Caused Barn Fire

(05-04-2024) • Graduates And Others Recognized During Glen Oaks Commencement

(05-04-2024) • Mike Miller Named Principal For Bronson Jr/Sr. High School

(05-03-2024) • Glen Oaks Announces Dr. Bryan Newton As New President

(05-03-2024) • Suspect Arrested In Connection With Mendon Break Ins

(05-02-2024) • Sturgis Noon Kiwanis Name Students Of The Year

(05-02-2024) • Two People Killed In Elkhart County Plane Crash

(05-02-2024) • 51st State Representative Candidates Speak At Event

(05-01-2024) • Bronson Man Pleads Guilty In High Speed Chase

(05-01-2024) • A.G. Announces Labor Trafficking Charges In Three Rivers

(05-01-2024) • Power Line Short Cause Of Barn Fire At Fairgrounds

(04-30-2024) • One Person Injured In Elkhart County Crash

(04-30-2024) • Sheriff’s Department Investigating Mendon Break Ins

(04-30-2024) • Sturgis Man Arrested On Drug Charges Following Traffic Stop

(04-28-2024) • Fire Destroys Barn At SJC Fairgrounds

(04-27-2024) • Tom Miles Named 2024 Liberty Bell Award Winner

(04-27-2024) • Two People Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(04-25-2024) • Southern Michigan Jobless Rates Drop from February To March

(04-25-2024) • McDonough Joins Race For St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office

(04-25-2024) • Oswald Not Seeking Re-Election As County Clerk

(04-25-2024) • Alan Albarran Steps Down From City Commission

(04-25-2024) • Frank Perez Announces Candidacy For Michigan State House

(04-27-2024) • Saturday Is Prescription Drug Take Back Day

(04-27-2024) • Cass County Man Wins $1 Million

(04-24-2024) • Final Glen Oaks Presidents Candidate Holds Public Forums

(04-23-2024) • EGLE Says Bronson Is Moving Forward With WWTP Project

(04-23-2024) • Audience Hears From Second Glen Oaks President Candidate

(04-22-2024) • Zatz Holds Public Forum for Glen Oaks Presidential Candidacy

(04-21-2024) • NE Indiana Unemployment Stable From February To March

(04-20-2024) • Kelly Ward Announces Candidacy For Probate Court Judge

(04-19-2024) • Glen Oaks President Finalists Holding Public Forums

(04-19-2024) • March Unemployment In Indiana Unchanged

(04-19-2024) • Suspect In Home Invasion/Assault Arraigned

(04-18-2024) • Former Branch County Priests Not Allowed To Work With Children

(04-18-2024) • Site Plan Approved For New Sturgis Marijuana Retailer

(04-18-2024) • Michigan’s March Unemployment Unchanged From February

(04-17-2024) • LaGrange Foundation Awards LIFE Grants To Youth Programs

(04-17-2024) • South Bend Man Guilty For Cassopolis Bank Robbery

(04-17-2024) • Arrest Made Following Car Theft And Chase

(04-17-2024) • Sturgis BOE Approves Millage Ballot Language