Check out this photo gallery from Monday’s ‘Stand for the Right to Breathe’ protest by Watershed Voice’s Deborah Haak-Frost.
“When someone is grieving one of the best things to do is just be present. Your presence was felt Three Rivers. I balled afterward and finally regained a sense of peace knowing that so many others care, are willing to have the hard conversations, and take a stand against injustice. After all of the mourning, there was joy.”
The Three Rivers High School Class of 2020 was honored with a 93-car commencement parade Friday as part of the school’s Senior Salute. The event, originally scheduled for Thursday, May 28, was postponed and rescheduled for Friday due to weather, but the extra wait did not put a damper on the day’s festivities.
Watershed Voice wants to congratulate and celebrate Three Rivers High School seniors for their hard work, and wish them luck as they move onto the next phase of their lives. We hope you’ll accept these GIF-ts from our staff, columnists, contributors and board members. Your future is bright and this is just the beginning.
“The St. Joseph County COA is also grateful to the individuals and organizations who have made donations to assist with its delivery of meals. These generous donations have helped the COA provide additional food to help homebound seniors including choices for breakfast and lunch.”
It wasn’t in the proverbial foot but it was close enough. A passenger of a vehicle traveling on US 131 near Broadway Avenue in Three Rivers Monday afternoon accidentally shot himself in the leg, causing the driver of said vehicle to leave the roadway and crash, according to the Three Rivers Police Department.
In March of 2019, Domestic and Sexual Abuse Services began recording “I’m Not In An Abusive Relationship,” a podcast centering on themes of domestic violence. Nearly sixty episodes later, Watershed Voice sat down with Dan Moyle, DASAS board member and the podcast’s producer, to talk about the show.
A 21-year-old Three Rivers man could face up to life in prison after being arraigned Friday in St. Joseph County District Court on a single count of homicide in the death of 59-year-old James May.
A 21-year-old Three Rivers man will be charged with open murder in connection with the homicide of a 59-year-old man whose body was found in a house in the 300 block of Middle Street Thursday morning.
The body of a 59-year-old Three Rivers man was found in a house in the 300 block of Middle Street near Riverside Church Thursday, in what St. Joseph County Undersheriff Jason Bingaman said is “an apparent homicide or suspicious death.”
Lockport Township Supervisor Mark Major told Watershed Voice Wednesday that contrary to comments made by Three Rivers Mayor Tom Lowry and City Manager Joe Bippus during Tuesday’s city commission meeting, the township is only trying to do right by Clark Logic.
The Three Rivers City Commission approved a number of proposed revenue and expenditure adjustments to its general fund in anticipation of potential reductions in state shared revenue due to the financial impact of COVID-19.
Emergency Management Coordinator Erin Goff provided an update on COVID-19 statistics to county commissioners Tuesday, and announced the county now has 90 confirmed cases and an additional confirmed death due to COVID-19.
Doug and Alek return for Episode 5 of Keep Your Voice Down where they take a real-life Buzzfeed quiz to find out which member of the 1998 Chicago Bulls they are, address concerns from readers about certain content published on Watershed Voice, and how we can raise the level of public discourse together as a community.
Watershed Voice recently sat down with Det. Sgt. Sam Smallcombe of the Three Rivers Police Department for a new series we’re calling “Ask a Cop.” This week Smallcombe talks about the department’s new radio system, and the importance of interoperability.
Starting on Saturday, June 6 at 1008 8th Street in Three Rivers, The Huss Project will offer a selection of fresh, local foods as part of its Saturday Market
St. Joseph County reported three additional positive cases of COVID-19 Thursday, while the number of confirmed deaths within the county related to the virus remains at one, according to the latest data from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
St. Joseph County, as of Wednesday afternoon, has 76 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases, while the number of confirmed deaths within the county related to the virus remains at one, according to the latest data from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.