The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution Tuesday recognizing the philanthropic efforts of Robert and Marilee Yoder who recently donated $10,000 to St. Joseph County Veterans’ Affairs.
Glen Oaks Community College announced Monday men’s head basketball coach David Victor is stepping down to pursue other opportunities.
On this week’s episode of Spartans, Wolverines and Beards Podcast, Layne breaks down the much anticipated return of boys’ and girls’ high school hoops.
The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners discussed the possibility of returning to in-person meetings after Tuesday’s virtual meeting was interrupted by internet trolls in a practice called “Zoombombing” or “Zoom raiding.” Unidentified persons briefly hurled racist and homophobic epithets at commissioners and those in attendance before Chairperson Dennis Allen temporarily stopped the meeting.
St. Joseph County Prosecutor Dave Marvin addressed the St. Joseph County Commission’s executive committee Wednesday concerning an exception to the county’s hiring freeze, a request Marvin has submitted more than once during his first two months in office in an effort to get his house in order.
The St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education (CTE) Consortium congratulates students who have distinguished themselves in their CTE programs and have been selected “CTE Student of the Semester” for the first semester of 2020-21.
The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners and the Three Rivers City Commission will both hold regular meetings as planned this evening, Tuesday, February 2. Read this local meetings primer for what to expect.
Glen Oaks will award $288,341 in emergency grants to students through funds from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) and authorized by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA).
Glen Oaks Community College has announced its outstanding scholars for the Fall 2020 Semester.
A 53-year-old Kalamazoo woman was transported to the hospital Monday after she rear-ended a tractor in Colon Township, according to the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department.
The Centreville Bulldogs Varsity Football team are state champions for the first time in school history. Led by a suffocating defense all season, the Bulldogs managed to shut out the explosive Ubly Bearcats offense, 22-0 on Friday, January 22 at Ford Field.
WSV’s resident sports guy Layne Deuel recaps an exciting weekend of regional high school playoff football.
Glen Oaks Community College’s $7.3 million capital outlay project was included as part of the Michigan legislature’s $100 million stimulus relief plan signed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer on December 21.
Three Rivers City Clerk Melissa Bliss told Watershed Voice Wednesday she has taken a deputy clerk position in St. Joseph County’s General Clerks Division. Bliss’ resignation as city clerk was announced during Tuesday’s city commission meeting. Her last day will fall on January 8, 2021.
The St. Joseph County Grange Fair Board of Directors announced Tuesday that country music group Diamond Rio and special guest Cash O’Riley will perform on September 25, 2021 at the fairgrounds in Centreville.
Glen Oaks Community College reached out to media organizations Friday evening to announce this project is “back on hold.” The college had received word in early December from the state budget office that it was recommitting and recommending approval of capital outlay requests for several Michigan colleges including a $7.3 million Glen Oaks project. The plan calls for the total renovation of the north side of campus including the library, technical labs, art studio, business classrooms, restrooms, and replacement of the bowed exterior walls.
In a resentencing hearing held in St. Joseph County Circuit Court Thursday, Judge Paul Stutesman reduced the minimum sentence of 41-year-old Douglas S. Shuman, who was originally sentenced to two concurrent terms of life in prison and two additional years for a felony firearm conviction, after he shot and killed his parents James and Arunee Shuman in Three Rivers in 1997.
The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners honored County Treasurer Judie Ratering, who is retiring on Dec. 31, and adopted their 2021-22 FY budget following a public hearing Tuesday.