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Burr Oak, MI

Kayaker's body recovered

The Michigan State Police Marine Services Team recovered the body of Donovan Forsythe, 26, of Princeton, NC, about 7:15 p.m. Saturday. multiple agencies responded to River Drive and Wood Street near the dam in Three Rivers after a report that a person had fallen out of a kayak. The caller...
THREE RIVERS, MI
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Home near Colon burns down after vehicle crashes into it

COLON, MI (WTVB) – A home near Colon was destroyed early Monday morning after a vehicle crashed into it and caught fire. The Colon Fire Department was dispatched at 12:38 a.m. to a report of a single vehicle crash which took place in the area of Burr Oak and East Palmer Lake Roads.
COLON, MI
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Union man accused of strangling man who loaned him money

A Union Township man was arrested Saturday for allegedly strangling the person who loaned him money and asked when he’d repay it. Deputies with the Isabella County Sheriff’s Office were called to a house in the 500 block of Ward Street shortly after noon on Friday by a 32-year-old man who said that the 59-year-old man he loaned money to strangled him when the 32 year old asked when he’d get his money back.
ISABELLA COUNTY, MI
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One arrested after crash leads to house fire

COLON TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A home was fully engulfed in flames early Monday morning after a car crashed into it. The St. Joseph Count Sheriff's Office responded to a crash with entrapment in the area of Burr Oak Road and West Palmer Lake Road in Colon Township. Benton Harbor...
COLON, MI
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Body of kayaker found in St. Joseph River identified

THREE RIVERS, Mich. – The body of a kayaker that went missing in the St. Joseph River on Saturday has been identified, the Three Rivers Police Department announced. Donovan Forsythe, 26, of Princeton, North Carolina, was identified as the man police say went missing after falling out of a kayak.
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Viva! Fajita brings flaming fajitas, margaritas and more to Portage

PORTAGE, MI — Viva! Fajita owners Dave and Tiffany Thompson hope to open their new Portage restaurant to the masses following the upcoming Fourth of July weekend. Some members of the community; however, have already begun to get a taste of what’s in store at the area’s newest Southwest grill and margarita bar as the Thompsons and their staff launched a soft opening and began serving guests on a reservation-only basis, beginning Thursday, June 16.
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Cause undetermined in Graber Industries fire

The cause of a blaze that occurred Friday at Graber Industries in Constantine Township is still undetermined. Fire departments from both Centreville and Three Rivers were dispatched to the scene shortly before 10 a.m. Friday after reports of a barn fire. Members of arriving units found one of the barns...
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Three Teens Involved in Crash

The Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office said they believe alcohol to be a factor in an early Sunday morning accident in Coshocton. It took place just before 5AM in the 30000 block of State Route 643 in Crawford Township. Authorities said 18-year-old Jesse Yoder of Millersburg, Indiana was traveling south on State Route 643 when he lost control and went off the right side of the roadway.
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