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MICHIGAN CITY — A special candle was lit for "Marley" during the Michiana Humane Society's seventh Remember Me Thursday observance on Sept. 24.

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NEW TROY — Chef Jen Powell and her partner, Deborah Hamilton, have been working hard to make sure the Silly Sausage (Fun in a Bun) food cart more than lives up to the promise of its name.

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THREE OAKS — The 2020 Acorn Theater Singer-Songwriter Competition was held in the great outdoors near Three Oaks on Thursday, Aug. 13, with six artists performing original songs for a panel of three judges who chose three of them for a second song. After another round of music by that trio, …

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NEW BUFFALO — The Friends of the New Buffalo Library has installed Little Free Libraries on South Whitaker and Merchant Streets in downtown New Buffalo, and at the New Buffalo Township Park on Red Arrow Highway.

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THREE OAKS — Although there will be no 2020 Berrien County Youth Fair (the 75th anniversary celebration has been pushed back to 2021), A “Berrien County Showcase” is planned for youth exhibitors.

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BRIDGMAN — Although details of how the fall high school band season will unfold is a work in progress, the Spirit of Bridgman Marching Band took a giant leap into that unknown with a three-day band camp held July 29-31.

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NEW BUFFALO — The long road to graduation for New Buffalo High School’s Class of 2020 reached its destination on Friday, July 24, right outside the building where students attended classes until March 13.

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THREE OAKS — When River Valley Middle/High School Principal Patrick Breen chose “Resilience and Grit” as the building-wide theme for the 2019-2020 school year, he didn’t think students and staff would need to dig so deep into those qualities.

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HARBERT — Red Arrow Roasters owner Jessica Nance has a supply of specialty coffee beans and a high-end roaster in her production (and recently retail) space located at 13933 Red Arrow Highway in Harbert.

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HARBERT — A tribute to the music of John Prine held Saturday, July 11, in the back yard of Executive Director Sandra Thompson kicked off the Acorn Anywhere! “exciting new series of fun events.”

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THREE OAKS — An “amazing” local machine ahead of its time, a fearsome weapon faced by Michigan soldiers during the first World War, and locally made musical oddities for the home are among the exhibits making their debut at the Region of Three Oaks Museum, 5 Featherbone Ave. in Three Oaks, d…