In Episode 7 of Keep Your Voice Down, Doug and Alek interview Kathy Greaves, a Democratic candidate for District 2 St. Joseph County Commissioner. Greaves is running unopposed in the primary but will challenge incumbent County Commissioner Kathy Pangle in November.
Three Rivers City Manager Joe Bippus received 312 out of 350 possible points in his annual evaluation conducted by Three Rivers city commissioners, according to documents obtained by Watershed Voice via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
Julia Renee Zimmerman, 20, of Sturgis was killed in a three-vehicle crash on Friday, June 26 in Mendon Township, according to the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department.
A close friend of Laura Jacobs, who was killed after being struck by a vehicle in the Three Rivers Meijer parking lot on Thursday, June 18, is raising funds to pay for her late friend’s funeral expenses.
In the latest edition of Watershed Voice’s “Ask a Cop” series with Det. Sgt. Sam Smallcombe of the Three Rivers Police Department, Smallcombe addresses questions about policing reform, de-escalation and chokeholds, among other topics.
A 47-year-old Colon man is in custody after breaking into a residence in the 28000 block of Pleasant Road in Mendon Tuesday.
A 28-year-old White Pigeon man was airlifted to Bronson Hospital after crashing his motorcycle on Lutz near Mintdale Road in Florence Township just after midnight Wednesday.
Equipped with paint supplies, chalk, and people power, local volunteers came out as early as 6:30 a.m. Sunday, June 21 to begin painting a Black Lives Matter mural in front of Elbert Lee Foster Park on Broadway near Fourth Street in Three Rivers.
A number of items were stolen Tuesday, June 16 from a building in the 22000 block of M-60 in St. Joseph County.
A woman was killed Thursday after she was struck by a vehicle in the Three Rivers Meijer parking lot in what authorities say was a hit and run accident.
Watershed Voice recently spoke with Yolonda Lavender, singer/songwriter, curator, composer, arranger, and performing artist from Kalamazoo, who also happens to be the “Juneteenth Celebration of Freedom” event organizer.
Doug and Alek return for Episode 6 of Keep Your Voice Down where they discuss the upcoming Juneteenth Celebration in Three Rivers, much needed haircuts, Glen Oaks Community College and St. Joseph County’s respective plans for reopening, as well as the current momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement across the United States.
A 45-year-old Three Rivers resident was pronounced dead Sunday following a single-vehicle motorcycle crash near Hoffman Street and Wood Street in Three Rivers.
Two men are lodged in St. Joseph County Jail on multiple charges Tuesday after fleeing police in a stolen vehicle Monday.
The Huss Project, located at 1008 8th Street in Three Rivers, offered a selection of fresh, local foods to nearly 60 patrons Saturday while practicing social distancing, and following safety protocols recommended by the Michigan Farmers Market Association.
Welcome to the second edition of Watershed Voice’s Ask a Cop series with Det. Sgt. Sam Smallcombe of the Three Rivers Police Department. Have a question for the detective? Email Watershed Voice at [email protected], message us on our Facebook page or give us a call at (269) 244-6055.
A young adult male struck a tree Thursday while traveling eastbound on Corey Lake Road toward Arthur L. Jones Road in Fabius Township.
Four individuals face multiple drug charges after being arrested Wednesday in White Pigeon Township.