WSV’s Aundrea Sayrie writes, “I don’t want to see another hashtag. I want to see the dismantling of White Supremacy. It is a monster that is coming for you if you are a person of color, a woman, young, old, poor, or a member of a dispensable marginalized group. Shock, thoughts and prayers… it’s a useless cycle. We need real reform.”
A small group gathered outside the state Capitol on a rainy Wednesday afternoon for the Michigan Poor People’s Campaign “Moral Witness Wednesday” rally to demand that the state’s elected officials support basic human needs from minimum wage increases to reproductive freedom to prison reform.
St. Joseph County CTE students recently took first place in the Michigan Industrial Technology Education Society (MITES) Residential Construction competition.
The infant formula shortage began in mid-February after Abbott Laboratories issued a recall and closed its Sturgis, Michigan plant after several infants became sick and at least two died.
The Huss Project, located at 1008 8th St. in Three Rivers, is currently looking for volunteers to engage children (with their parents present) in activities on the farm during the Farmer’s Market each Saturday, June through September, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
WSV columnist Torrey Brown writes about a recent shopping experience that left him feeling like “less than a person.”
If you’re a middle school or high school aged student in Three Rivers, the distance between where you attend school and a place that provides mental health services has never been closer.
Survivors of a U.S. policy that forced Indigenous children to attend boarding schools where they were abused, or went missing, detailed to members of a U.S. House Natural Resources panel during a Thursday hearing the need for Congress to establish a truth commission dedicated to unveiling the traumas Indigenous children experienced at the schools.
The third chapter of Charles Thomas‘ 2017 murder mystery novel “Headcase.” Readers be advised this chapter features graphic content.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the administration is working to “cut red tape,” increase imports of formula and broaden what types of formula are available to participants in the Women, Infants and Children nutrition program.
Organizers are expecting three Democratic candidates for state office at the event, including Bart Goldberg (new 5th Congressional District), Scott Starr (State Senate District 17), and Naomi Ludman (new State House District 36). All of the aforementioned districts include St. Joseph County.
The atrocities committed at boarding schools designed and run by the federal government to eradicate Indigenous people were outlined by the U.S. Interior Department for the first time in a report published Wednesday.
Watershed Voice’s Aundrea Sayrie writes, “Never abandon personal discernment. Not even within the spiritual sect. A person’s title doesn’t always align with their heart posture. Gaslighting can happen in church too. So if you have to leave an environment because it is causing you trauma, leave. Leave the trauma, leave the person(s), leave a trail (by reporting it), but don’t leave God.”
“Gilligan’s Island: The Musical,” based on the popular 1960s TV show comedy featuring seven shipwrecked castaways, will be performed in the Glen Oaks Nora Hagen Theatre May 13-15.
Fresh produce, local art, and activities for families are just a few of the attractions coming to the Huss Project Farmer’s Market this summer at 1008 8th Street in Three Rivers.
This episode features a wide range of topics including:
Moon Knight Episode 6
What would your lightsaber be like?
Where is the best place to hide cigarettes?
The new Obi Wan Kenobi Trailer
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
Help! My boyfriend won’t stop digging a tunnel.
Mattea Roach’s Jeopardy! run
New Doctor Who
New Umbrella Academy
Another The Batman
Stranger Things 4
What is your favorite video game?
Former members of Riverside Church led a protest Sunday against the church’s leadership amid recent allegations of sexual and spiritual abuse.
Several individuals were recognized during the 54th Annual Glen Oaks Community College commencement ceremony on Friday, May 6.