The Three Rivers City Commission passed a resolution to adopt its proposed 2020-2021 Fiscal Year budget at its regular meeting Tuesday, as well as a user fee ordinance update, following two prior public hearings.
A small group of volunteers met on Monday morning in Scidmore Park to discuss work on the park’s venerable popcorn stand. Jerry Barkley, owner of the Kelsey Block Brewing Company, joined Mike Curtis and Lisa DeVine of Three Rivers Improvement Movement (TRIM) to begin repairs in preparation for the summer season.
Doug and Alek return for Episode 6 of Keep Your Voice Down where they discuss the upcoming Juneteenth Celebration in Three Rivers, much needed haircuts, Glen Oaks Community College and St. Joseph County’s respective plans for reopening, as well as the current momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement across the United States.
Late last week two stages of the Downtown East Alley Project were completed, and the parking ramp walkthrough continues to progress toward its final form. Patrons of downtown Three Rivers may notice new “pinwheel” style wooden benches, as well as new landscaping.
Bobbi Schoon, interim director of the Three Rivers Public Library, recently sat down with Watershed Voice to provide an update about the ongoing renovation work at the library’s future home at 88 N. Main St., and how it has been progressing.
A 45-year-old Three Rivers resident was pronounced dead Sunday following a single-vehicle motorcycle crash near Hoffman Street and Wood Street in Three Rivers.
This coming week the Three Rivers Public Library will commence phase one of its reopening plan. Beginning Tuesday, June 16, the library will offer curbside pickup service, available Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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The Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees discussed reopening procedures with staff Thursday, approved a reduced budget for 2020-21, and were provided a capital improvements update.
Malachi Carter brings the mic to Black Lives Matters in this episode of The Unapologetics Podcast originally published on September 2, 2019. Members of the Indianapolis chapter, Leah DeRae and Kyra Jay, join us to dispel the some of the myths surrounding BLM, protesting for social justice, and the work being done to bring value to disenfranchised communities.
At Wednesday’s county executive committee meeting, committee members and staff discussed the next phases of reopening county facilities as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted statewide.
John “Johnny” Giroux Whitney, age 44 at his passing on Saturday, April 25, 2020, will be forever missed.
The Lockport Township Board held both its regular and annual meetings Monday evening, where it voted to approve amendments to its 2019-2020 budget and to adopt its 2020-2021 FY budget.
Two men are lodged in St. Joseph County Jail on multiple charges Tuesday after fleeing police in a stolen vehicle Monday.
The Huss Project, located at 1008 8th Street in Three Rivers, offered a selection of fresh, local foods to nearly 60 patrons Saturday while practicing social distancing, and following safety protocols recommended by the Michigan Farmers Market Association.
The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority and Main Street Program (TRDDA) voted Friday to approve an $8,000 loan to World Fare, a nonprofit fair trade store in downtown Three Rivers.
Beverly Jeanne (Van Drunen) Zuidema passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family on May 31, 2020, after a brief hospitalization for a stroke. She was 85 years old.
Welcome to the second edition of Watershed Voice’s Ask a Cop series with Det. Sgt. Sam Smallcombe of the Three Rivers Police Department. Have a question for the detective? Email Watershed Voice at [email protected], message us on our Facebook page or give us a call at (269) 244-6055.