Andy Anderson of Dowagiac, a self-described lifelong Republican, explains why he’s voting for a Democrat in the Michigan 5th Congressional District race.
Watershed Voice columnist Steph Hightree writes about mental health and parenting in this week’s #MomLife.
The annual Three Rivers Homecoming Parade was held on Friday, September 30, and Watershed Voice’s Steph Hightree, who loves a good parade, snapped a few photos for those who couldn’t make it.
A 26-year-old Mishawaka, Indiana man was transported to the hospital Tuesday after the vehicle he was driving crossed the centerline and struck an oncoming semi in Constantine Township.
Alek and Doug are joined by #MomLife columnist Steph Hightree, and Mark Quinn of Heart 2 Heart Autism Center to discuss the Three Rivers-based center and the services it provides. The quartet also talks about the importance of respite care, the stigma and misconceptions surrounding autism, and coping mechanisms for parents/caregivers of children who have autism and/or other cognitive disorders.
Watershed Voice’s resident food reviewer Beca Welty returns with a look at downtown Three Rivers’ newest addition, Useless Creatures Brewing Company.
Deputies from the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department are actively investigating a breaking and entering of a Lockport Township storage unit that likely occurred sometime in the last two weeks.
Terrell Lamont Reese of Mendon was arraigned on several felony charges Tuesday following a standoff with police near Mendon Elementary over the weekend.
Watershed Voice’s Aundrea Sayrie says while reimagining Ariel is a step in the right direction, she has reservations about the upcoming live action adaption.
Local Independent Online News (LION) Publishers announced finalists for the 2022 LION Local Journalism Awards today, and Watershed Voice has been nominated in the Outstanding Coverage Award and Public Service Award categories.
The Division of Health Sciences at Glen Oaks Community College has announced two new nursing faculty members: Melissa Blair and Lisa Cripe.
A 77-year-old Lawton man died Monday due to injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash in Fabius Township.
The Three Rivers Police and Three Rivers Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire Sunday in the 1500 block of Eighth St. but upon arrival discovered no fire. Authorities would quickly determine that an explosion, not a fire, had occurred at the residence.
A blue Dodge Charger struck a building in downtown Three Rivers early Saturday morning, causing substantial damage to the structure and injuries to the car’s three occupants.
Glen Oaks Community College recently announced its outstanding scholars for the Summer 2022 Semester.
#MomLife columnist Steph Hightree writes about her son Nathan Hightree, who started sixth grade this fall, eight years after he was diagnosed as autistic, and Steph was told he would “never make it past the fifth grade” academically.
Downtown Three Rivers was filled with music, laughter, and good vibes the Sunday before Labor Day, as Main Street was lined with vendors and attendees alike at the 28th annual HarmonyFest, Three Rivers’ popular one-day music festival.
The Three Rivers Police Department is actively searching for a suspect, who according to authorities, escaped an apartment he had previously barricaded himself in while trying to elude police by breaking through walls of adjoining apartments. The man is not considered a danger to the general public at this time.