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New head coach, same expectations for Paw Paw football in 2022

PAW PAW, MI – Dennis Strey Sr. is in his first offseason at Paw Paw’s head coach, and it’s a role he is well-prepared for. The former Bloomingdale head coach and assistant under previous Paw Paw head coach Matt Stephens, Strey Sr. knows what it takes to lead a program and knows the current players he’s guiding.
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Stoner looks for leaders to step up

ELKHART — Jimtown football coach Cory Stoner knows opening the season with talented rivals NorthWood and Concord will never be easy. But toss in the fact that there will be a number of new players working their way into the Jimtown lineup in 2022 ...
ELKHART, IN

Gull Road Meijer Remodel Is Officially Complete

When countless shipping containers started populating local Meijer parking lots, Kalamazoo residents started wondering what all the fuss was all about. As it turns out, those shipping containers were part of a massive Meijer remodel taking place at stores across the Mitten. Meijer stores on Westnedge and Gull Road, in...
KALAMAZOO, MI
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Curt Nisly files to run for Walorski’s seat

Dr. Marco Clark was named president back in April and began his duties in July. Drivers reminded to be cautious, find alternative routes due to Walorski services. St. Joseph County Sheriff Bill Redman says they'll be guiding guests to different parts of the Granger Community Church parking lot based on whether they're joining the procession after the funeral service or if they're going elsewhere.
GRANGER, IN

City leaders pause Beardsley housing project

ELKHART — A proposal to fill an empty lot on the city’s east side with housing came to a halt during a meeting of the city’s Redevelopment Commission. Two developers – Magnus Capital Partner and Anderson Partners Development – pitched proposals to create a mixed-use development near the corner of Beardsley Avenue and Greenleaf Boulevard.
ELKHART, IN
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Witnesses recount deadly hit and run at Oshtemo Walmart

OSHTEMO TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Witnesses recount the tragic moment a man ran into a 65-year-old woman in an Oshtemo Township Walmart parking lot, killing her. The 32-year-old driver intentionally hit the woman and did not know her, according to investigators. Previous reporting: Woman dies after being intentionally hit in...
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Elkhart Dometic Corporation Workers Eligible For Assistance

INDIANAPOLIS — On June 30, former workers of Dometic Corporation in Elkhart became eligible to apply for benefits and services through the Trade Adjustment Assistance program. TAA is administered by the U.S. Department of Labor through the Indiana Department of Workforce Development and assists workers who have lost their...
ELKHART, IN
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Car thefts in Goshen

Goshen Police are investigating a rash of vehicle break-ins. Investigators say the break-ins and thefts of around a dozen cars happened during the overnight hours on Monday, Aug. 8, in neighborhoods between along 12th Street to 16th Street. Items taken include clothing, money, bank cards, a wallet, a passport, a...
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Woman dies after being intentionally hit in Walmart parking lot

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — A 65-year old woman died after being intentionally hit by a car in a Walmart parking lot Tuesday, according to deputies with the Kalamazoo County Sheriff's Office. The woman was walking in the parking lot located in Oshtemo Township when a car driven by a 32-year-old...
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Ongoing issue: Waste services delayed in Kalamazoo neighborhoods

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Yard waste services were delayed for Kalamazoo residents Wednesday, an ongoing issue neighbors said has happened multiple times throughout the summer. “It (garbage can) sat out for a number of days before we got tired of waiting and took it back into the garage," Kalamazoo resident Michael Parr said.
KALAMAZOO, MI
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Cannabis company to hold job fair in Sturgis

STURGIS, Mich. — A Michigan based Marijuana company is looking to open its doors to its latest facility in Sturgis. Before the first bud can be sold, Puffs Cannabis is looking to hire thirty individuals during a job fair Wednesday. Cannabis Company: Calhoun County marijuana company lays off workers.
STURGIS, MI
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