The annual Survivor Stomp, hosted by Domestic And Sexual Abuse Services (DASAS), is returning to Fred Russ Forest Park in Decatur for the first time in two years.
Glen Oaks Community College is recognizing and celebrating the achievements of three women this month, who as a result of their hard work and dedication, recently received national and state recognization.
Glen Oaks Community College is the recipient of a $15,000 Michigan Economic Development Corp., (MEDC) Training Center Equipment grant. The funds will be used to purchase supplies for the new welding technologies lab.
The Three Rivers Promise announced this week that it has raised $415,000 since the program was unveiled a year ago.
*culture is not optional/The Huss Project is now accepting applications for three full-time AmeriCorps VISTA positions and four AmeriCorps Summer Associate positions, the Three Rivers-based nonprofit announced via email Wednesday.
The St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education (CTE) Consortium recently recognized several students nominated by their instructors for outstanding performance during the first semester.
The following letter was submitted for publication by St. Joseph County Clerk Lindsay Oswald on behalf of the Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks ahead of the 2022 state primary and general election.
Glen Oaks Community College has been selected as one of 14 community colleges in the nation to receive the “Cyber Skills for All: Community Colleges Lead the Way Initiative” grant, funded by the Microsoft Foundation.
The Glen Oaks Vikings will be running again this fall, and Peter Livingstone-McNelis has been hired to spearhead the program.
The weekly COVID-19 testing and vaccine clinics held on Tuesdays at Glen Oaks Community College will be moved to the foyer of Ken Schuler Court (Gymnasium) beginning with the February 1 clinic.
From the family of Emmasayge Thomas: “The world lost an incredibly bright light in December, when our darling sprite Emmasayge took her own life. She was an empathetic, wise, and beautiful soul…so very strong, sensitive, loving, honest & kind. Her wisdom was surpassed only by her humor, and her laugh was joyful & infectious.”
The Glen Oaks Viking logo will be taking on a new look. The college’s board of trustees recently approved moving forward with rebranding the logo used primarily for Viking athletics.
Glen Oaks recently announced its outstanding scholars for the Fall 2021 Semester. Check out the complete list here.
As freezing temperatures continue to envelop the Three Rivers area, a group of hardworking volunteers has already begun to plan the 2022 65th annual Three Rivers Water Festival.
WSV reader Jonathan Rice writes, “The old Blackberrys stopped working a little while ago. I remember the first time I saw someone use a Blackberry, I was with a coworker. She pulled out a calculator, did some math, and then she put the calculator up to her ear and started talking to herself. ‘Oh s**t,’ I thought. She’s lost it.”
Colon Downtown Development Authority recently announced it’s making big moves to drive visitors with a new website and branding done by Circa Design. DDA members say the milestone is a major move for Colon on its mission to bring the “Magic Capital of the World” back into the national spotlight.
Glen Oaks Community College has welcomed six new staff hires in the Student Services department over the past few months. Here’s a little information about each of them.
Members of the community have just two more dates before the holiday closure to take advantage of the COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinics at Glen Oaks Community College.