January 22, 2018
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01-11-2018 Micah Saxe and Derek Plitt become Coloma Royalty; Coloma Township Officer becomes accident victim on “Death Trap” highway

Micah Saxe and Derek Plitt become Coloma Royalty By Annette Christie The Coloma Community Pageant was held Saturday, Jan. 6 and ended with Micah Saxe being crowned Miss Coloma and Derek Plitt being crowned Mr. Coloma for 2018. The contest rolled out the red carpet…

12-21-2017 Tri-City Record e-edition

05-25-2017

BERRIEN COUNTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER   701 MAIN STREET JOSEPH, MICHIGAN 49085 TELEPHONE:  (269) 983-7111, EXT 8095 FAX: (269) 983-5788  For Immediate Release Date:    May 25, 2017 Contact:  Annette Christie, Berrien County Administration 269-983-7111, ext. 8095 St. Joseph – The Berrien County Board of Commissioners has…

02-09-2017 Tri-City Record e-edition

02-02-2017 Tri-City Record e-edition

12-08-2016 Hometown Holiday Happenings; Hometown Christmas brings snowfall and people to Watervliet

  Watervliet’s Best Lighted House contest, Dec. 4-17  This contest is sponsored by the City of Watervliet for those who love going all-out to decorate their house for the Christmas season. It is in coordination with the Home Town Christmas Celebration on December 4. Residents…

12-01-2016 Hometown Holiday Happenings; Thanksgiving Fire

WATERVLIET NORTH SCHOOL STUDENTS… re-cently collected well over 600 food items for the Giving Liv-ing Water food pantry located at Watervliet Free Methodist Church. Pictured at the delivery are: (from the left) Grace Chisek, Jewell Burgess and Pastor Brian Hall. The students at North School hope that all families had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.

Tri-City Angel Tree decked with gift request tags  Thank you. Thank you. Thank you to all the readers who donated coats, mittens and boots for the Warm Winter Clothing Drive. It is incredible how this all came together so quickly. Many not only thought about the…

11-24-2016 Watervliet Twp. given update on Lane Automotive state grant projections;

COLOMA JUNIOR HIGH’S 38TH ANNUAL TURKEY TROT… is a mile long run/walk. All 6th grade students participate in the trot for a health/PE grade. It is optional for 7th and 8th graders. The goal is to promote healthy living while enjoying the surroundings and maybe even win a turkey, chicken or Cornish hen. The winners in 6th grade that took home the birds are: Brodie McQuillan, Sklar Wolfe, Kaleb Smith-Mwewe, Hannah Grenon, Camryn Brown and Brianna Loomis. 7th grade winners are: Ashton Allmon, Ethan Vander-molen, Jake Ickes, Ava Genovese, Taylor Brown and Chloe Williams. 8th grade winners are: Shane Sher-burn, Noah Schwanke, Cody Palgen, Abby Vandermolen, Grace Whitaker and Maurissa LaGrow.

Watervliet Twp. given update on Lane Automotive state grant projections; Lane Automotice invested $17 million and created 41 jobs so far in expansion By Annette Christie The Watervliet Township Board held a public hearing at their Monday, November 21 meeting to get an update on…

11-10-2016 Donald Trump wins, President-elect urges Americans to come together; Share your blessings, help the Tri-City Angel help others; Veterans Day services Friday in the Tri-Cities

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Donald Trump wins, President-elect urges Americans to come together as united people By Annette Christie With the polls being described as closer than ever, and four states still too close to call, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton called Republican candidate Donald Trump and conceded the presidential…

11-03-2016 November 8 general election ballot includes many local candidates; Former Record editor and WPS school board member dies; Coloma Varsity Volleyball names SAC Champ

SOARING COMETS… The Coloma varsity volleyball team was named the Southwestern Athletic Conference champions on Saturday after defeating Ka-lamazoo Christian 19-25, 25-22, 25-17. Pictured are (from the left) holding the plaque: Nicolle Larson, Jenna Walter, and Alys-sa Dillenbeck; Back row: Mya Potter, Mika Anderson, Megan Neubecker, Hannah Mathis, Morgan Wagner, Grace Hester, coach Kim Gear, Kelly Walter, Sam Stewart, and Kayla Yore. (Photo by Shawn Mead Photo-graphy)

November 8 general election ballot includes many local candidates and issues Voters in the Tri-City area will face a long ballot on Tuesday, November 8 for the general election.   The presidency, congressman, state representatives, local elected officials, and millage requests hinge on people doing their…