St Joseph County Project Connect & Veteran Stand Down will return to the Centreville Fairgrounds’ Henningsen Show Arena on Friday, October 6. Attendees can enjoy a bagged lunch, receive health screens, flu shots, and immunizations if they wish, get a free haircut, and go home with fresh food and commodities boxes.
Members of the Glen Oaks Community College Hispanic Student Alliance will have the privilege of meeting with ABC News veteran, creator and host, John Quiñones prior to his public talk on Thursday, Sept. 28 at 6 p.m.
The Three Rivers City Commission will convene for its regularly scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. tonight, with a public hearing scheduled to consider a proposed amendment to the city’s marijuana ordinance that would allow consumption lounges in the B-3 District.
The St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department recently completed a several months long narcotics investigation that culminated in the execution of three search warrants, and resulted in the seizure of hundreds of grams of meth, as well as cocaine, LSD, and other drugs in Sturgis.
The 100% pass rate was achieved on the graduates’ first attempt with the NCLEX exam and is higher than the passing rates for both the state (78.97%), and the nation (79.91%) based on 2022 data. An 80 percent pass rate is required for the program to maintain accreditation.
Glen Oaks Community College recently announced its outstanding scholars for the Winter, 2023 semester. Here’s the complete list.
Early enrollment numbers are showing Glen Oaks Community College with a 14.8 percent increase in enrollment and 18.42 percent increase in credit hours as the Fall 2023 semester gets underway, leading the pack of Michigan’s 28 community colleges.
The Three Rivers Promise is once again sponsoring an all-you-can-eat ﬁsh fry and chicken tenders dinner to raise funds for the local scholarship program. The event will be held Friday, August 18, from 4-7 p.m. at the Three Rivers Lions Club, 420 6th Ave.
We’ve got great news –– Watershed Voice Executive Editor and Publisher Alek Haak-Frost is a finalist for the Local Independent Online News Publishers #LIONAwards23 Public Service Award! The LION Awards recognize excellence by local independent online news businesses, and they received nearly 300 award entries this year.
We’ve put together a quick primer for Tuesday’s election, which you can find below. We’ll have election results on Wednesday.
Watershed Voice sent out questionnaires to the three candidates running for Mayor of Three Rivers. In the days leading up to Election Day (Tuesday, August 8), Watershed will publish the answers it has received. Vernis Mims Jr. filled out our questionnaire, these are his answers.
Watershed Voice sent out questionnaires to the three candidates running for Mayor of Three Rivers. In the days leading up to Election Day (Tuesday, August 8), Watershed will publish the answers it has received. Mayor Tom Lowry filled out our questionnaire, these are his answers.
Watershed Voice sent out questionnaires to the three candidates running for Mayor of Three Rivers. In the days leading up to Election Day (Tuesday, August 8), Watershed will publish the answers it has received. Natelege Zaritz filled out our questionnaire, these are her answers.
With a $2 million state grant, GOCC nursing alumni have a zero-cost tuition pathway to furthering their education and can transition into a degree program to complete a BSN beginning as early as this fall.
A crowdfunding campaign to help fund a dog park in downtown Three Rivers is winding down, and with $7,075 raised, the fundraising effort is just shy of its $10,000 goal with a week remaining. If you’d like to help, read further for details.
Immaculate Conception Catholic School (ICCS) of Three Rivers, along with their I.C. Booster parent group, recently presented Three Rivers Area Mentoring (TRAM) with a donation of $1,000.
Glen Oaks Community College recently welcomed Tucker Waddups as the seventh head baseball coach in Viking baseball history.