A St. Joseph County Circuit Court jury returned guilty verdicts this week on four of five charges lodged against 29-year-old Sturgis resident Brandon Forbes, who attacked a family member with a hammer in 2022.
St. Joseph County Commissioner and former undersheriff Dennis Allen announced his candidacy for sheriff Thursday, joining a crowded field that could grow larger before November 2024.
Effective at the beginning of the Fall 2023 semester, students will pay a $3 increase per contact hour.
Students from St. Joseph County ISD Career Technical Education’s (CTE) Public Safety program were recognized at the Michigan State Capitol on April 20 as part of the CTE Showcase. The class is instructed by retired Det. Sgt. Chad Spence, and was one of 22 programs chosen for the showcase out of hundreds across the state.
Glen Oaks Community College will hold its 55th Annual Commencement ceremony at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 5, in Ken Schuler Court (Glen Oaks gymnasium). The Health Sciences Pinning ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 6 at 10 a.m. in Ken Schuler Court for nursing and allied health students.
Watershed Voice Executive Editor & Publisher Alek Haak-Frost explains why what Watershed Voice is, is less important than who Watershed Voice is, when contemplating whether to donate and/or subscribe during our Spring Member Drive.
Glen Oaks Community College announced its the 2023 Presidential Scholars earlier this month. Learn more about the four sensational scholars here.
The St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education (CTE) Consortium recently recognized several students who were nominated by their instructors for their outstanding performance during the first semester.
2-1-1 is a free, nation-wide three digit phone number anyone can call to access health and human service assistance from within their community. The confidential service is available 24/7, and connects callers with a trained specialist who will help locate appropriate services which could include food banks, homeless shelters, mental health support, and more.
The Mendon Drama Club will be performing the farce-meets-murder mystery “Clue: High School Edition” for three performances on March 24, 25, and 26 at Mendon Elementary Auditorium. Tickets are not available online, and will only be sold at the door — $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors.
Glen Oaks Community College sophomore Yaricel “Tuti” Rodriguez signed a letter of intent to continue her volleyball and academic career with the University of Pikeville, in Pikeville, Kentucky this past week.
Conrad Kaufman, of Galesburg, Michigan, will be featured as part of this year’s Glen Oaks Visiting Artist program.
In an effort to support the local recovery community and raise awareness of the options available to those looking to join a program, Watershed Voice will regularly publish a list of meetings available in Three Rivers, Sturgis, Coldwater, and surrounding areas.
Glen Oaks Community College will be featured on “Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid,” an award-winning, short documentary series. The segment will feature how education is changing lives for today’s high school students.
Event organizers cite a low unemployment rate, and advances in technology that make it easier for employers and job seekers to connect online.
Glen Oaks Community College Athletic Director Joel Mishler announced the hiring of Tracy Sterling Monday as the next head volleyball coach for the Vikings’ program. Sterling comes to Glen Oaks after leading Sturgis High School’s Varsity program to a 92-62-8 record as its head coach over the past four years.
A 38-year-old Centreville man is facing multiple charges after he led police on a chase Friday that ended with the suspect nude and in handcuffs.
“A Retrospective of 22 Years at the Oaks,” a collection of artworks by Professor Michael Northrop, is now on display in the Flora Kirsch-Beck Art Gallery on the campus of Glen Oaks Community College.