In a statement published on the church’s website, Senior Pastor Paul Booko expressed sympathy for the victim but denied claims that the church “concealed” or “covered up” the abuse when it was first reported.
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.
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.
Residents of Constantine, Sturgis, and Vicksburg will head to the polls today, Tuesday, May 3, to consider bond and millage proposals.
Alek was contemplating podcast retirement after technical issues ruined two completed interviews, and forced he and his cohost Doug into a longer than expected hiatus. But don’t fret: They’re finally back, and mediocre as ever.
So join your favorite duo (besides Tina Fey and Amy Poehler), as they catch you up on all that has happened erstwhile in the lives of Doug & Alek. There was of course, Watershed Voice’s Birthday Celebration, Alek’s birthday party, Doug’s dalliance with baseball history, and best laid plans for the second annual Watershed Voice Artist Showcase. Also check out this episode for a one minute teaser about a new podcast called NerdPop Radio, set to premiere May 2.
Deputies from the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department are investigating a breaking and entering that occurred in the 16000 Block of Muskrat Rd. in Park Township.
Watershed Voice recently spoke with Immaculate Conception School (ICS) Principal Sharon Voege about the return of its annual auction and drawdown. This year’s event, “Rocking to the 50s,” marks the first live event at the school since 2019.
A 21-year-old Constantine man died Tuesday in a single-vehicle crash on Centreville-Constantine Road between Roys and Sevison Roads, according to the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department.
A body discovered last Monday afternoon in a wooded area off Second Avenue in Three Rivers has been identified as David Michael Abrams.
The Glen Oaks Community College Foundation recently announced that Susan Louis, professor of nursing, is the 2022 recipient of the prestigious E.J. Shaheen Award for Teaching Excellence.
Residents of St. Joseph County will have an opportunity to rid themselves of hazardous household waste and recycle their old electronics, tires, paper and appliances next weekend.
The Three Rivers Police Department were called to the 300 block of Second Ave. Monday after an individual walking their dog reported discovering a body.
Watershed Voice is celebrating two years of news, culture, and community in St. Joseph County, and you’re invited!
The Three Rivers High School Marching Band and Color Guard are spending their Spring Break like so many others around the country, at Disney World. Unlike most others, these talented Three Rivers teens had a job to do, and evidenced by this video taken at Magic Kingdom, they did it well.
The Three Rivers City Commission is expected to appoint Leslie Wilson, Three Rivers’ deputy director of finance & administration, as city clerk Tuesday.
Thanks to the generosity of Deerfield Counseling of Portage, Watershed Voice is giving away a free iPad this month as part of April’s Subscription Contest.
An 18-year-old broke into a Dollar General early Tuesday morning in Centreville and alcohol appears to have been the motivating factor.
Emme Zanotti, the Third Vice Chair of The LGBT and Allies Caucus of the Michigan Democratic Party and a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion specialist, joined Alek and Doug in early March to discuss her column about the recent barrage of anti-gay and trans legislation adopted in the United States, and her personal journey as a trans woman.