The Watershed Voice Artist Showcase will return this Saturday, July 30 with nearly twice as many acts as last year, with 11 scheduled to perform. The second annual showcase will include poetry, rap, hip-hop, gospel and folk/Americana music, with some comedy thrown in for good measure.
Mishler was the Glen Oaks Vikings baseball coach from 1992 to 2002.
In the name of nostalgia and organizational history, we wanted to take a look back at the first annual Watershed Voice Artist Showcase before we look ahead to next week’s show.
Several students were recently recognized for their acceptance as registered apprentices through the St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education Consortium.
Shelby Holderbaum, 20, of Sturgis was transported to the hospital early Monday morning after sustaining injuries in a two-vehicle crash in Sturgis Township.
Brian Persky, former Three Rivers DDA Executive Director and Watershed Voice supporter since 2021, explains why he supports WSV and why you should too.
A new program in Paw Paw is combining some tried and true therapies, in a new mix, to help military Veterans find their return to civilian life a bit easier.
Amy Davidhizar of Volinia Township, a subscriber since 2020 and a contributor since 2021, explains why she supports Watershed Voice.
For people of color, there are many barriers to accessing mental health care. Valarie Cunningham’s Synergy Health Center works to overcome those.
A 21-year-old Three Rivers man was seriously injured after his vehicle overturned and struck a fence in Park Township early Friday morning.
You may be feeling sad, or lonely, or overwhelmed, or just confused about what to do next. You aren’t standing on the edge of a cliff, but you could really use someone to talk to. For you, a new initiative in Southwest Michigan, called the Warmline, was established in October 2021 by three local nonprofits: Gryphon Place, ASK Family Services, and Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health.
Dan and Sonya Moyle of Mendon explain why they support Watershed Voice.
The Three Rivers Promise received a huge boost to its fundraising efforts this week when Kadant Johnson pledged $50,000 to the scholarship program. In addition, Kadant Johnson will match all corporate donations up to an additional $50,000. The locally based company will go a step further, inviting all its employees to donate to the Promise with the guarantee of a matching donation from Kadant Johnson.
With Doug on vacation in Beantown, friend of the show Dan Moyle steps in as Alek’s cohost for this week’s episode with Erin Schultes. Erin is the Democratic candidate for District Two St. Joseph County Commissioner, vice chair of the St. Joseph County, Michigan Democrats, and a member of the Three Rivers Pride Committee. The trio discusses why Erin decided to run for public office, the recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, and the Ban Off Our Bodies protest in Centreville which Erin organized and Dan attended.
Layne Deuel, a contributor and subscriber since 2020, explains why he values and supports Watershed Voice.
The Glen Oaks Community College Foundation, in partnership with the Glen Oaks Student Services Department, received a $3,000 Building Vibrant Communities Grant from Midwest Energy & Communications (MEC) to purchase a new refrigerator and freezer for the Campus Cupboard, a student food pantry at Glen Oaks.
Approximately 300 people gathered in front of the St. Joseph County Courthouse Saturday to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which had previously established abortion as a constitutional right.
The Bans Off Our Bodies Protest is scheduled to start at noon outside of the St. Joseph County Courthouse with the expectation that demonstrators will disperse around 4 p.m.