Commercial-News, Penny Saver, & Sturgis Sentinel News

Sewer, water commodity rate increase, new road projects highlight city budget preview

By Robert TomlinsonNews Director THREE RIVERS — An incremental hike in sewer and water commodity rates and new road projects highlighted a preview of what is to come in the budget for the City of Three Rivers.City Finance Director Bobbi Schoon presented the Fiscal Year 2025 budget proposal to the Three Rivers City Commission Tuesday, Read More…

Commercial-News, Penny Saver, & Sturgis Sentinel News

‘Cruise-In’ features vintage cars, musicand ‘Art Around Town’

By Dennis Volkert “Spring Car Cruise-In and Eats” took place May 10 in Sturgis. It was presented by Downtown Development Authority.It featured more than 100 classic automobiles. Live music was provided by Marjorie Beryl-Shelito, Bethi Lewis and Ben Prowett.“Cruise-in” also marked the official unveiling of “Art Around Town,” which features work by 17 artists. Those Read More…

Commercial-News, Penny Saver, & Sturgis Sentinel News

Details amended for downtown social district 

At its May 6 meeting, Sturgis city Commission amended details of the downtown social district, in connection with a new event that begins this month. On April 10, a seasonal “Two-Wheel Tuesdays” was approved by commissioners. The gathering takes place at parking lots 9 and 11, located at North Nottawa and East West streets.As part of Read More…

Commercial-News, Penny Saver, & Sturgis Sentinel News

Roundup of happenings in the Sturgis area

Coming events May 17“Wacky Trivia Night,” with Craig Tornquist, 7 p.m., Sturges-Young Center for the Arts.May 18Inaugural “Spring 5K Run/Walk for the Residents,” 9 a.m., Thurston Woods Village; registration period begins at 8:30 a.m.May 20Sturgis Public Schools Board of Education meeting, 5:30-6:30 p.m.May 21Sturgis Planning Commission, 5:30 p.m., city hall.“Two-Wheel Tuesdays,” 5-9 p.m., North Nottawa Read More…

Albion Recorder & Morning Star News

Road work: The top concern in two Jackson County townships

By Ken Wyatt Roads and their crumbling fortunes were a hot item in the neighboring townships of Concord and Pulaski at this month’s board meetings. A summary of issues in both townships: Concord Township Supervisor David Saenz presented the board with three options for spending the township’s minimal road budget in this summer’s construction this Read More…

Clare County Review & Marion Press News

Winterfield Township votes to move forward to become Marion District Library member

By Genine Hopkins Winterfield Township has moved one step closer to potentially placing a millage to support the Marion Area District Library as a member by approving contact with their township attorney to discuss the wording for a millage that would be viable. The board of trustees is seeking to place the issue on the Read More…

Clare County Review & Marion Press News

Winterfield Township to begin dialogue with Osceola County Rescue

By Genine Hopkins After attending the last Clare County Board of Commissioner Special Meeting on 9-1-1 Rescue earlier this month, Winterfield Township Supervisor Dave Bondie is seeking to begin a conversation with Osceola County’s Director of EMS, Steve Young, to determine if there are any options available to the township for better response times for Read More…

Clare County Review & Marion Press News

Harrison’s 25th Memorial Weekend Car and Bike Show coming

By Pat MaurerCorrespondent Harrison’s 25th annual Memorial Weekend Car, Truck and Bike Show is here! Memorial Weekend festivities are truly on tap in Harrison with their annual Car and Bike Show downtown on Sunday, May 25th beginning at 11 a.m.Have a great time browsing down Harrison’s Second Street and enjoy seeing all the cars and Read More…