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07-20-2017 Tri-City Record e-edition

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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…

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10-06-2016 Three interview for Watervliet City Manager job; CHS Band marches to awards; Territorial Road work still not done; Watervliet County Park $300,000 grant; Paw Paw River Clean up work continues

Candidate Daniel Antosik

Three interviewed for Watervliet City Manager job; with no clear winner, Commissioners want to offer post to interim manager Bill Hodge By Annette Christie Daniel   Antosik   was   first   of   three candidates   to   interview   for   the Watervliet City Manager position at a special meeting Tuesday night.   Antosik,…

09-22-2016 Good Samaritan Law expansion; PARKing Day a Success; Coloma Twp. gets legal opinion; new director at Watervliet Library;

PARKING DAY FUN IN DOWNTOWN WATERVLIET… The down-town of Watervliet was bustling Friday evening as city business-es participated in PARKing Day. In spite of MDOT’s refus-al to issue permits for the planned event, merchants, city residents, and visitors alike took part. Here, Jorden Parker of Wightman & Associates speaks with an interested party about Watervliet, its strengths, and its weaknesses.

Good Samaritan Law expanding By Annette Christie The Michigan State House of Representatives took action today, September 20, 2016, to pass an expansion to the current Good Samaritan Law. The law is linked to Mason Mizwicki of Watervliet.     Representative Al Pscholka worked with Watervliet’s Lori…

09-08-2016 Keeler Twp. renews cleanup assessments for Little and Big Crooked lakes; VB Conservation District offers Fall Farm Field Day

4-H STRAIGHT SHOOTERS KIDS… accompanied by four leaders went to State shoot Au-gust 6, 2016 at the Centerline Gun Club just past Battle Creek. Front row (from the left) are RJ Sinnett, Darlene Mattson, Maggie Avery and leader Julie Holtsclaw. Back row (from the left) are leaders John Andrasi, Herman Mattson and Keith Kreiger. All three of the kids had a great time. It was RJ’s and Maggie’s first time, they already want to go back!

Keeler Twp renews Lake Cleanup Assessment By Annette Christie The Keeler Township Board approved a renewal of a special assessment district for the Big and Little Crooked Lakes.  The renewal for the lake management program will be for the 2017 through the 2021 seasons.    In…

09-08-2016 Search for North Berrien Fire Chief begins; City of Watervliet advertising for full-time city manager; New Executive director hired at North Berrien Historical Museum

Marc & Mitzi Moore

Marc & Mitzi Moore celebrate 25 years  Marc and Mitzi Moore, originally of Coloma, now of Custer, South Dakota are celebrating 25 years together in the saddle of love. The two were married September 10, 1991, in Alpena, Michigan. The couple plans to ride off into…

09-08-2026 City office candidates file to be on ballot; First annual Hartford Back to School Bash; Patriot Day Service; Local Kids win big at BCYF

TOP DOG… Red Arrow Prin-cipal Ed Dickerson (“Mr. D”) with second grader Adriana Cruz. Mr. D was in charge of (guess what?) handing out tick-ets for free hot dogs! Miss Cruz likes math and when asked if she would like to be a scientist she replied with an emphatic nod of her head and a big “Yes!” (TCR photo by Nancy Albright)

First annual Hartford Back to School Bash a smash! The HPS Board of Education, faculty and staff, and Hartford area businesses and community members teamed up on August 31st to host the first annual Back to School Bash on the HPS campus to welcome students to…