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NEWS ARCHIVE

(09-23-2022) • Veterans Day At The St. Joseph County Grange Fair

(09-22-2022) • Thursday Is Ladies Day At The St. Joseph County Grange Fair

(09-21-2022) • Homeowner Interrupts Wednesday Morning Burglary

(09-21-2022) • Wednesday Is Seniors Day At The Fair

(09-20-2022) • Tuesday Is Education Day At St. Joseph Co. Grange Fair

(09-19-2022) • Monday Is Kids Day At St. Joseph County Grange Fair

(09-19-2022) • Coldwater Woman Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(09-19-2022) • Teen Dies From Injuries In Two Vehicle Crash

(09-17-2022) • 2022 St. Joseph County Grange Fair Starts This Weekend

(09-16-2022) • Three Rivers DDA And City To Discuss Future Walkway

(09-15-2022) • No Injuries Reported In Bathroom Fire At Mendon School

(09-15-2022) • City Commission Approves 2023 Street Improvement Design Engineering

(09-14-2022) • Preliminary Hearing Held For Mother Of Abused Baby

(09-13-2022) • Two New Nursing Faculty Hired by Glen Oaks

(09-13-2022) • LaGrange Co. Council Presented With Salary Increase Recommendations

(09-13-2022) • Three People Injured When Car Crashes Into Building

(09-13-2022) • Lawton Man Killed In Two Vehicle Crash

(09-12-2022) • Northeastern Center Launches Strategic Plan For Mental Health Needs

(09-12-2022) • Leadership LaGrange County Announces Facilitator

(09-12-2022) • Whitmer Announces Plan To Reopen Palisades Nuclear Plant

(09-10-2022) • Glen Oaks Board Approves Updated Strategic Plan

(09-10-2022) • Portion Of Sprague Street To Be Closed Next Week

(09-10-2022) • CHA Gets More COVID Vaccines

(09-10-2022) • Covered Bridge Health Care Hires Linihan As CEO

(09-10-2022) • T.R. Commission Approves Exception Use For Marijuana Establishment

(09-08-2022) • One Person Removed From Quincy Apartment Fire

(09-07-2022) • Indiana Says It Will Tax Loan Forgiveness

(09-07-2022) • LaGrange County Commission Approves New Comprehensive Plan

(09-07-2022) • Former Elkhart Police Officer Pleads Guilty To Beating Inmate

(09-06-2022) • Teenager Hurt In Watercraft Accident

(09-06-2022) • Branch County Plane Crash Injures Two People

(09-06-2022) • Kenneth Scott Apprehended Tuesday Morning

(09-03-2022) • Man Killed In Branch County Crash

(09-03-2022) • Indiana DOH Launches Monkeypox Dashboard

(09-03-2022) • Eastern Equine Encephalitis Confirmed In St. Joseph County

(09-01-2022) • LaGrange Community Foundation Announces Heart Of Gold Winner

(09-01-2022) • Two People Injured When Car Strikes School Bus

(08-30-2022) • Road Resurfacing Projects Start Next Week In St. Joseph County

(08-30-2022) • Kendallville Woman Injured In Car v Train Crash

(08-30-2022) • Police Pursuit Ends With Vehicle Crash

(08-30-2022) • Man Arrested After Firing Gun in Burr Oak Tool

(08-30-2022) • Storms Hit Listening Area Monday Afternoon

(08-29-2022) • Sturgis Announces Changes For Golf Carts On City Streets

(08-29-2022) • Three People Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(08-28-2022) • Former Sturgis School Administrator Named Quincy HS Principal

(08-28-2022) • Child Abuse Charges Filed Against Mom And Boyfriend

(08-27-2022) • July Unemployment Rates Mixed In Southern Michigan

(08-25-2022) • Hughes Gives Splash Pad Update To Commission

(08-25-2022) • Jobless Rates Go Up In July Around NE Indiana

(08-25-2022) • Abbott Plans Expansion In Sturgis

(08-24-2022) • Harmful Algae Bloom Found In Hillsdale County

(08-24-2022) • One Person Injured In Car vs Tree Crash

(08-24-2022) • Branch County Has Case Of E. coli

(08-24-2022) • Indiana Unemployment Rate Increases Slightly In July

(08-23-2022) • Free COVID-19 Testing Site Moving To Sturgis

(08-23-2022) • Nottawa Road Bridge Closed For Reconstruction

(08-22-2022) • Five People Injured In Three Vehicle Crash

(08-20-2022) • Michigan Unemployment Down Slightly In July

(08-18-2022) • Coldwater Police Investigating Armed Robbery

(08-18-2022) • Grand Rapids Woman Critical Following Crash In Constantine Township

(08-17-2022) • East Lafayette Street Roundabout Project Moving Forward

(08-17-2022) • Recall Against Royce Has Stalled

(08-18-2022) • Murder Suspect Enters Into Plea Bargain

(08-17-2022) • Sturgis Public Schools Open Houses

(08-17-2022) • Park Township Break In Being Investigated

(08-17-2022) • LaGrange County EDC Launches New Brand

(08-16-2022) • Community Health Agency To Provide Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine

(08-16-2022) • Two People Injured In Howard Township Crash

(08-16-2022) • Nottawa Township Board Votes Down Zoning Request

(08-15-2022) • Teen Injured In Southwest Michigan Accident

(08-15-2022) • Indiana Man Killed In Kalamazoo County Crash On U.S. 131

(08-13-2022) • Homegrown Festival Set For Saturday

(08-13-2022) • Special Election Set To Fill Walorski’s Seat

(08-12-2022) • Branch County Man Arrested For Child Pornography

(08-12-2022) • U.S. 12 Heritage Garage Sale Happening This Weekend

(08-12-2022) • More To See Friday At The Branch County 4-H Fair

(08-12-2022) • More To See Friday At The Branch County 4-H Fair

(08-12-2022) • Groundbreaking Held For Downtown Watershed Construction Project

(08-11-2022) • MSP Drive Sober Or Get Pulled Over Campaign

(08-11-2022) • MSP Investigates Complaint Of Shots Fired In Bethel Township

(08-11-2022) • City Commission Approves 2022-2023 Budget

(08-11-2022) • Motorcyclist Critical After Colliding With Semi

(08-10-2022) • Father Dies Following Friday’s Fatal Crash Near Orland

(08-10-2022) • Veteran’s Day At The Branch County Fair

(08-09-2022) • Banaszak Asks For Funding For Additional Officer In New Budget

(08-09-2022) • Glen Oaks Receives Grant To Update Distance Learning Mode

(08-09-2022) • Lafler Murder Trial Moves To Circuit Court

(08-09-2022) • LaGrange Co. Health Department Holding Immunization Clinic

(08-09-2022) • South Bend Woman Injured In Cass County Crash

(08-09-2022) • NIPSCO Reminds Residents To Call 811 Before Digging

(08-08-2022) • Benson Addresses Ballot Tampering Investigation

(08-08-2022) • More Information On Friday Fatal Crash Near Orland

(08-08-2022) • Teenage Bicyclist Hit Near Clear Lake

(08-08-2022) • Branch County Fair Crowns Reif And Crouch As 2022 King And Queen

(08-08-2022) • LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department Experiences Reported Phone Trouble Monday Morning

(08-07-2022) • Sturgis American Legion Adds Carved Eagle

(08-07-2022) • Coldwater Purchases 37 Transformers

(08-07-2022) • Branch County Fair’s Monday Agenda

(08-07-2022) • St. Joseph County Circuit Court Takes Over 2021 Murder Case

(08-06-2022) • Upton To Announce $900,000 Grant To Glen Oaks

(08-06-2022) • Joe Valley Volleyball Club Hosted #Jillystrong Fundraiser

(08-06-2022) • St. Joseph Report On Karsl Art Fair Incident

(08-05-2022) • Late Friday Afternoon Crash Claims One Life

(08-05-2022) • Osceola Softball Coach Pleads Guilty

(08-05-2022) • Glen Oaks Community College Still Accepting Scholarship Applicants

(08-05-2022) • More On Elkhart Machete Suspect

(08-05-2022) • Jackie Walorski’s Funeral Services Released

(08-05-2022) • Alzheimer's Patient Located By Cass County Sheriff Office With K9

(08-05-2022) • Reported Manure Discharge Into Fisher Creek Coldwater

(08-05-2022) • UPDATE: Missing Children From Centreville Michigan Found

(08-05-2022) • Things Start To Come Alive In Preparation For Next Week’s Branch County Fair

(08-05-2022) • Chances Of Showers And Thunderstorms Continue For Friday And Through The Weekend

(08-04-2022) • Elkhart Neighborhood Block Party

(08-04-2022) • Jonesville Michigan Man Wins Jackpot

(08-04-2022) • Big Brothers Big Sisters Seeking Mentors In Indiana And Michigan

(08-03-2022) • Burr Oak Township Clerk Refrained From Administering Elections

(08-03-2022) • Walberg Wins Republican Nomination For U.S. House 7th District

(08-03-2022) • Pangle Loses Race For Republican Nomination For County Commission

(08-03-2022) • Ballot Proposals Pass In St. Joseph County

(08-03-2022) • Lindsay Defeats LaSata In Republican Race For Michigan Senate

(08-03-2022) • Carra Wins Primary, Seeks Second Term In Michigan House

(08-02-2022) • Traci Blaize Named Interim Lakeland Superintendent

(08-02-2022) • Many Different Proposals Face Voters On Tuesday

(08-02-2022) • CTA Millage Renewal On Tuesday’s Ballot

(08-02-2022) • Coleman Seeks Seat In Michigan House

(08-01-2022) • White Pigeon Schools Getting Resource Officer

(08-01-2022) • White Pigeon Schools Ask For Renewal Of Sinking Fund

(08-02-2022) • City Commission Gets Update On Downtown Construction Project

(08-01-2022) • Jerry Solis Want To Serve In Michigan House

(07-30-2022) • Orland Hosting 2022 Vermont Settlement Festival

(07-30-2022) • McGraw Seeks To Win Seat In The Michigan House

(07-30-2022) • 2022 Burr Oak Heritage Festival Continues Today

(07-29-2022) • Carra Seeking Re-election To Michigan House

(07-28-2022) • More ARPA Funds Coming To SW Michigan and NE Indiana

(07-29-2022) • Unemployment Rates Rise In Southern Michigan In June

(07-28-2022) • City Commission Sets Public Hearing For Budget Presentation

(07-27-2022) • No Change In Michigan’s Jobless Rate In June

(07-27-2022) • Lindsey Wants To Represent 17th Michigan State Senate District

(07-27-2022) • No Monkey Pox In St. Joseph County Michigan

(07-27-2022) • NIPSCO Increasing Rates In September

(07-27-2022) • Florida Teen Battling Brain-eating Amoeba

(07-27-2022) • Trine Receive Major Gift From Alumnus And Long Time Board Trustee

(07-27-2022) • Audit Report Good For St. Joseph County

(07-27-2022) • June Unemployment Rates Up Around NE Indiana

(07-26-2022) • Baker Resigns As Lakeland Superintendent

(07-26-2022) • Man Arrested Following Cass County Shooting Incident

(07-26-2022) • Indiana State Police Issue Scam Alert

(07-26-2022) • LaSata Seeks Re-election To Michigan Senate

(07-26-2022) • Lake James Classic Boat And Car Show This Saturday

(07-26-2022) • 2022 Vermont Settlement Festival