Downtown Three Rivers was filled with music, laughter, and good vibes the Sunday before Labor Day, as Main Street was lined with vendors and attendees alike at the 28th annual HarmonyFest, Three Rivers’ popular one-day music festival.
Assistant City Attorney John Barnes was recognized by the Three Rivers City Commission Tuesday for over 30 years of dedicated service.
Folks from Kalamazoo, Three Rivers, White Pigeon, Centreville and other surrounding communities were treated to two-and-a-half hours of poetry and spoken word, rap, hip hop, gospel and folk/Americana music to raise money for local, independent journalism.
In the name of nostalgia and organizational history, we wanted to take a look back at the first annual Watershed Voice Artist Showcase before we look ahead to next week’s show.
The 65th Annual Three Rivers Water Festival got underway Thursday, and while food vendors, the Sue Silliman House, and the Carnival Midway were frequented by many in the hours before, the unofficial start of the annual event is often marked by the Water Festival Parade. Thursday was no different.
Attorney Ross Truckey of Colon was sworn in Friday, May 20 at the historic St. Joseph County Courthouse by Judge David C. Tomlinson. Here are some photos from Friday’s ceremony.
Over 220 runners, joggers, and walkers participated in the first annual Three Rivers Promise Run for the Future 5K on Saturday, April 23 at Meyer Broadway Park in Three Rivers.
Watershed Voice celebrated two years of news, culture, and community on Saturday with supporters and friends, two years and a day after the publication launched on April 8, 2020.
The Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to lift the district’s temporary Pride flag ban and return to business as usual following a pre-meeting protest, a lengthy public comment period, and an even longer closed session.
Approximately 75 people braved the heat to attend the first annual Watershed Voice Artist Showcase in Three Rivers Saturday. Folks did their best to stay hydrated and were treated to performances from six unique and talented artists for what turned out to be a two and a half hour concert
Hundreds lined the streets of Three Rivers as the annual Water Festival parade made its triumphant return Thursday, June 17, after last year’s festival was cancelled due to COVID-19.
Over 50 people gathered to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in downtown Three Rivers Monday.