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NEW BUFFALO — During its Oct. 12 regular meeting the New Buffalo Area Schools Board of Education was informed about a new menu item – COVID-19 – that has been added to the district’s website homepage to let parents and the community know the latest information on “confirmed and probable case…

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THREE OAKS — The Three Oaks Village Planning Commission held an Oct. 6 public hearing on the draft version of Zoning Ordinance Amendments Related to Marihuana Businesses before sending in on to the Village Council.

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HARBERT – Members of the Chikaming Township Police Department were honored during the Oct. 8 meeting of the Chikaming Township Board when they were awarded a Certificate of Accreditation from the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police that was presented by that organization’s executive dir…

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LANSING — The following are comments made by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer on Oct. 8 after the Michigan Attorney General, Michigan State Police, U.S. Department of Justice, and FBI announced state and federal charges against 13 members of two militia groups who were preparing to kidnap …

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THREE OAKS — The Three Oaks Village Council on Sept. 23 dealt with issues of how far a marijuana business would have to be from the local elementary school and where such entities would be allowed to locate under proposed Zoning Ordinance Amendments Related to Adult Use Marihuana Establishme…

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THREE OAKS — Police officers Robert Martin of the Berrien County Sheriff's Department and Andrew Taylor of the Three Oaks Police were honored as lifesavers on Sept. 16 in downtown Three Oaks, and nobody was more grateful than the man they saved, Cody Keller.

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BRIDGMAN — The Lake Charter Township Board took a neutral stance on the eight local applications to the state (EGLE) requesting permits for protective revetments along the Lake Michigan shoreline during its Sept. 15 regular meeting with the following request — "in the event the Department gr…

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo Business Association focused on local candidates seeking office in the Nov. 3 General Election during its Sept. 16 Facebook Live Chat.

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THREE OAKS — The Three Oaks Planning Commission on Sept. 1 made revisions to proposed draft amendments to the village zoning ordinance that would cover marijuana businesses before setting a public hearing on the document for its October regular meeting.

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EAST LANSING, Mich. – The Fall 2020 football season was reinstated on Sept. 3 by the Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association after Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order 176 lifted restrictions that previously did not allow the sport to be played.

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Accordng to a  Southwest Enforcement Team (SWET) press release, SWET-West detectives along with members of the Chikaming Township Police, Unites States Postal Inspection Service, Berrien County Sheriff Department, and Michigan State Police executed a narcotics search warrant in Chikaming Tow…

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NEW BUFFALO — Members of the New Buffalo City Council were given updates on moves to protect the public beach and an oft-flooded portion of North Whittaker Street, along with plans to replace the Dune Walk near the lakeshore during their Aug. 17 meeting.

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THREE OAKS — Members of the Three Oaks Planning Commission and the Three Oaks Village Council worked toward a draft version of a marijuana ordinance that could become law during their most recent meetings.