As we end this year, and embark upon a new one, we’re asking for your help to ensure that Watershed Voice has the funding it needs to not only exist another year but for years to come.
We’ve put together a quick primer for Tuesday’s election, which you can find below. We’ll have election results on Wednesday.
Three Rivers City Commissioners received an update Tuesday evening from the Three Rivers Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) regarding the July 7 force main break at the Constantine Street Lift Station. The break spilled approximately 500,000 gallons of untreated wastewater from the WWTP at the intersection of Constantine Street and Broadway Street near the St. Joseph River.
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.
Students from St. Joseph County’s Intermediate School District Career Technical Education’s (CTE) Public Safety program will be recognized at the Michigan State Capitol this week as part of the CTE Showcase. The students will visit Lansing on Thursday to explain what the public safety program is, what they’re doing in and outside of the classroom, and what they hope to accomplish.
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.
St. Joseph County will receive $881,000 from the Marijuana Regulation Fund over the next few days, the state’s Department of Treasury announced Tuesday.
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.
The event is a casual gathering to connect with former Glen Oaks students. Anyone who attended or graduated from Glen Oaks is encouraged to attend.
Alek and Doug are joined by rapper, singer, songwriter, producer and engineer poet Mikel James Watkins. Mikel talks fatherhood, mental health peaks and valleys, better understanding the history behind the music he produces, and his upcoming event at Harvey House in Constantine.
Want a quick, full recap of local election results? We’ve got you covered, St. Joseph County.
Several students were recently recognized for their acceptance as registered apprentices through the St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education Consortium.
Glen Oaks Community College recently announced its outstanding scholars for the Winter 2022 Semester.
Residents of Constantine, Sturgis, and Vicksburg will head to the polls today, Tuesday, May 3, to consider bond and millage proposals.
A 21-year-old Constantine man died Tuesday in a single-vehicle crash on Centreville-Constantine Road between Roys and Sevison Roads, according to the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department.
The St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education (CTE) Consortium recently recognized several students nominated by their instructors for outstanding performance during the first semester.
A 43-year-old Constantine man is being held in St. Joseph County Jail without bond following a reported shooting Tuesday night in Three Rivers.
A 65-year-old Centreville woman was transported to Bronson Hospital early Tuesday morning with life threatening injuries following a two-vehicle crash on M-86 in Nottawa Township.