The St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Office says the investigation into Brittany Shank’s disappearance remains open, as they continue to follow up on tips and leads. Meanwhile, the community is doing its part to raise awareness with a “Light Up the Night” event this evening at 6 p.m. (Free Church Park, 203 E. Chicago Rd., Sturgis).
We believe in the generosity and kindness of this community, and we’re hoping you’ll join in with a contribution this #GivingTuesday or what we prefer to call #GivingNewsDay.
Downtown Three Rivers was full of holiday spirit this weekend with its annual Christmas Around Town event. If you missed out on the festivities or simply want to relieve some Three Rivers holiday magic, check out our photo gallery.
Glen Oaks Community College is inviting members of the community to participate in one of three open forums on Tuesday, December 12, to assist in the development of a presidential profile as part the process to select the college’s ninth president
Keep Your Voice Down Presents: This interview with Matt Erspamer, a journalist, copy writer, and film and television critic, who also happens to have went to Central Michigan University with hosts Alek Haak-Frost and Doug Sears, Jr. The three CMU journalism school alums discuss a new partnership between Matt and Watershed Voice, the pros and cons of streaming services acting as movie studios, the origin of Matt’s passion for cinema, and why only one of them is currently practicing journalism.
At a standing-room only meeting on Tuesday night, the Three Rivers City Commission heard comments from numerous citizens on the quality and cost of the city’s water supply. Deputy Police Chief Sam Smallcombe was also acknowledged for a recent promotion and 21 years of service to Three Rivers.
The Three Rivers City Commission will meet tonight at 6 p.m. at Three Rivers City Hall (333 W. Michigan Ave.) with a full agenda on tap, and a citizen rally concerning the cost and quality of the city’s water expected.
As we end this year, and embark upon a new one, we’re asking for your help to ensure that Watershed Voice has the funding it needs to not only exist another year but for years to come.
In a 6-3 vote at a special meeting Monday, the commission appointed Frank Perez as mayor for the next year. Incumbent mayor Jeff Mullins, who served for two years, received three votes after nominations closed.
The Sturgis Downtown Development Authority is putting on an event sure to please local chocolate lovers with “Chocolate in the city” on Friday, November 17 from 5:30 to 8 p.m
A rally, organized by local group With Many Hands, is expected to take place at next week’s Three Rivers city commission meeting on Tuesday, November 21.
Thirty-nine cast members of all ages will take the big stage, November 17-19, at the Sturges-Young Center for the Arts as the Sturgis Civic Players present “Willy Wonka,” based on the book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by Roald Dahl.
Dr. David Devier previously announced he would retire effective June 30, 2024, after serving as the college president since January 2014.
The Sturgis City Commission welcomed its newest member Wednesday with a swearing-in ceremony, and two change order requests related to the Sturgis hydro-electric dam near Centreville and the city’s public utilities station were approved.
Despite an uncommon number of contested races on this year’s Three Rivers city ballot, there will be no new faces on the city commission in 2024.
The works of Susan Teague of Kalamazoo is on exhibit at the Flora Kirsch Beck Art Gallery on the campus of Glen Oaks Community College through December 15. The soft opening of the show began on November 1 with a formal opening reception to be held on November 16, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
We’ve put together a quick primer for Tuesday’s election, which you can find below. We’ll have election results on Wednesday.
Sturgis Hospital, Inc. was able to finalize the terms of its acquisition by Asker Corporation, including a management agreement and financial support of the hospital. That agreement will be in place until the acquisition can be approved by the Michigan Attorney General’s office.