The Three Rivers High School Class of 2022 celebrated its upcoming graduation with a parade on Tuesday, May 19. Check out our photo gallery from the evening’s festivities.
In a statement published on the church’s website, Senior Pastor Paul Booko expressed sympathy for the victim but denied claims that the church “concealed” or “covered up” the abuse when it was first reported.
St. Joseph County CTE students recently took first place in the Michigan Industrial Technology Education Society (MITES) Residential Construction competition.
The Huss Project, located at 1008 8th St. in Three Rivers, is currently looking for volunteers to engage children (with their parents present) in activities on the farm during the Farmer’s Market each Saturday, June through September, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
If you’re a middle school or high school aged student in Three Rivers, the distance between where you attend school and a place that provides mental health services has never been closer.
Organizers are expecting three Democratic candidates for state office at the event, including Bart Goldberg (new 5th Congressional District), Scott Starr (State Senate District 17), and Naomi Ludman (new State House District 36). All of the aforementioned districts include St. Joseph County.
“Gilligan’s Island: The Musical,” based on the popular 1960s TV show comedy featuring seven shipwrecked castaways, will be performed in the Glen Oaks Nora Hagen Theatre May 13-15.
Fresh produce, local art, and activities for families are just a few of the attractions coming to the Huss Project Farmer’s Market this summer at 1008 8th Street in Three Rivers.
Former members of Riverside Church led a protest Sunday against the church’s leadership amid recent allegations of sexual and spiritual abuse.
Several individuals were recognized during the 54th Annual Glen Oaks Community College commencement ceremony on Friday, May 6.
The Three Rivers Lions Club has named Lion John W. Bippus as the 2022 Bruce C. Snook Citizen of the Year. Since 1965, the Lions Club has recognized persons who, through a commitment to service, have given unselfishly of themselves for the betterment of the community.
Glen Oaks Community College will hold its 54th Annual Commencement ceremony at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 6, in Ken Schuler Court (Glen Oaks gymnasium). The Nursing Pinning ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 7 at 10 a.m. in Ken Schuler Court.
Residents of Constantine, Sturgis, and Vicksburg will head to the polls today, Tuesday, May 3, to consider bond and millage proposals.
Susan Louis, this year’s E.J. Shaheen recipient, will be recognized during Glen Oaks’ graduation ceremony on Friday, May 6.
In an effort to enhance the news landscape and promote diversity and inclusion of voices among journalists and news sources in Southwest Michigan, a group of 12 news media outlets and organizations have formed the Southwest Michigan Journalism Collaborative (SWJMC).
Jade Couch Klingler, an entrepreneur and innovative leader in providing health care services in St. Joseph County, will receive the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award at Glen Oaks Community College during graduation ceremonies on Friday, May 6.
St. Joseph County Commissioner Kathy Pangle announces her intent to seek reelection.
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.