After considering several options the Three Rivers Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors recently selected the theme for this year’s Water Festival.
Glen Oaks Community College announced Monday men’s head basketball coach David Victor is stepping down to pursue other opportunities.
Naomi Ludman, Chair of the Cass County Democratic Party, writes why Michigan State Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey should resign.
A group of hardworking volunteers has already begun to plan the 2021 64th annual Three Rivers Water Festival. This year’s Festival will return following the first-ever cancellation of last year’s event, made necessary by the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you’re like a lot of other businesses across the country (and the world), the COVID-19 pandemic has forced you to shut your doors. Now, you’re getting things in place to reopen. While reopening your business is certainly something to get excited about, you must make sure you handle it the best way possible so that your company can rise above the challenges and flourish for years to come.
The St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education (CTE) Consortium congratulates students who have distinguished themselves in their CTE programs and have been selected “CTE Student of the Semester” for the first semester of 2020-21.
Glen Oaks will award $288,341 in emergency grants to students through funds from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) and authorized by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA).
Helen McCauslin of the Three Rivers Woman’s Club submitted the first piece of what is expected to be a yearlong series of articles leading up to the celebration of the 130th anniversary of the Three Rivers Woman’s Club in November.
Democratic Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson on Monday rolled out a number of election-related initiatives, centered around expanding voter accessibility and strengthening election security.
Glen Oaks Community College has announced its outstanding scholars for the Fall 2020 Semester.
This week’s episode of Spartans, Wolverines and Beards Podcast features a very special guest, Head Coach Jerry Schultz of the Centreville Bulldogs.
This week Layne and Jordan discuss some breaking news regarding the Detroit Lions and their General Manager search. Jordan gives his take on if the University of Michigan can be considered a basketball school, and the fellas recap the past week for two local high school football teams. Lastly, Jordan shares his thoughts on Jim Harbaugh’s latest contract with the University of Michigan.
WSV’s resident sports guy Layne Deuel recaps an exciting weekend of regional high school playoff football.
This week, the fellas break down the return of High School football and what it means for a couple local teams still left in the playoffs. Jordan breaks down the past two weeks of Michigan and Michigan State basketball, while Layne outlines who he’d like to see as the next General Manager and Head Coach for the Detroit Lions.
The St. Joseph County Commission on Aging (COA) has hired Pamela Riley, Au.D. of Centreville as its next executive director.
Glen Oaks Community College’s $7.3 million capital outlay project was included as part of the Michigan legislature’s $100 million stimulus relief plan signed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer on December 21.
In this week’s episode, Layne breaks down the upcoming NBA season with Watershed Voice’s Executive Editor Alek Haak-Frost. Layne and Alek break down the future of the Detroit Pistons and everything else in-between for the upcoming NBA season.
To better safeguard the campus from Covid-19 for the Winter 2021 semester, Glen Oaks Community College is moving a larger percentage of its in-seat classes to either online or hybrid formats.