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Commercial-News & Penny Saver Sports

TR wrestling shuts out Sturgis, wins Corey Fuller Invite

THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers’ wrestling team got huge wins this past week, shutting out Sturgis on the road 72-0 on Jan. 25, while taking home the title at Portage Central’s Corey Fuller Invite.Louis Smith, Landon Moreland, Jeremiah Detwiler, Alex Bryant, Jaxon Smith, Jacob Howes, Lloyd Ruesink, Jacob Reynolds, Clinton Kaiser, Kylan Eckler, Talan Flowers, Read More…

Columns Commercial-News & Penny Saver

“Out and About”: Recycling, the heart, and balancing

Recycling is something we should all be involved in. Unfortunately, there are some things that cannot be thrown in with the paper, tin cans and other normal recyclables. Fortunately, there are several cures to this situation. About once-a-year, we are all invited to take somethings to the county fairgrounds in Centreville. They will accept things Read More…

Commercial-News & Penny Saver Obituaries

Obituary: Connie Lyanne (Peters) Stoppenback

Connie Lyanne (Peters) Stoppenbach, deeply loved wife and mother, passed away Wednesday, January 18, 2023 at Fairview Nursing & Rehabilitation Community in Centreville at the age of 75. Connie was born December 21, 1947 in Kalamazoo, Michigan to Charles and Phyllis (Reed) Peters. She was raised in Constantine, Michigan and graduated from Constantine High School Read More…

Commercial-News & Penny Saver News

Fabius solar ordinance clears planning commission: To be taken up by county PC, township board

By Robert TomlinsonNews Director FABIUS TWP. — A highly-contentious solar ordinance in Fabius Township cleared a major hurdle Tuesday.Following a public hearing in front of a packed house of supporters, detractors and everywhere in between, the Fabius Township Planning Commission moved forward with the ordinance, and send it to the St. Joseph County Planning Commission Read More…

Commercial-News & Penny Saver News

A new leash on life: Dog hit by train gets second chance at life thanks to deputies, vet, and adoptive family

By Robert TomlinsonNews Director CENTREVILLE — When St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Jeremiah Abnet and Deputy Joseph Hughes responded to a call on Oct. 7 of a dog lying down on the railroad tracks a quarter mile south of Featherstone Road outside of Constantine, they immediately assumed the worst had occurred.“He got hit by Read More…

Clare County Review & Marion Press News

County Officers of the Year honored

Each January, Clare County Sheriff John Wilson announces the top law enforcement officers for the year just past. The officers honored as the Officers of the Year for 2022 are pictured here. In the back row from the left Undersheriff Dwayne Miedzianowski, Sheriff John Wilson, Executive Command Staff / Sheriff ‘s Choice Award – Melissa Read More…

Clare County Review & Marion Press News

Missing Ogemaw County woman’s body found near Leota

By Pat MaurerCorrespondent The body of a 34-year-old woman who was staying in Ogemaw County, Sara Elizabeth Burns, missing since January 9th, was found last Saturday (January 28th) near Leota not far from where her empty van had been found and towed by the Clare County Sheriff’s Department 17 days earlier, a press release update Read More…

Clare County Review & Marion Press News

Beaverton woman, Flint man charged for January 6 th ‘21 assault on U. S. Capitol

By Pat MaurerCorrespondent A 22-year-old Beaverton woman, Christina Legros and a 20-year-old Flint man, Isaac Thomas, were arrested on charges related to their actions during the January 6, 2021 breach of the Capitol in Washington D.C.Reportedly both were together in a mob at the Capitol Building where they were illegally engaged in a physical confrontation Read More…