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Police believe drug use was a cause in the crash that killed a Coloma teen

Police believe drug use was a cause in the crash that killed a Coloma teen.{ } (File - MGN) Michigan State Police are investigating after a teen was killed in a crash on Red Arrow Highway. Troopers said Bridget Blogett, 20, Gobles, was headed west on Red Arrow Highway around 1:20 a.m. and crashed in

WWMT - 2017-11-24 16:24:26

People hit the streets for Twin Cities Turkey Trot 5K

BENTON HARBOR - Thanksgiving Day is usually spent with family and enough food to fill a table. About 380 people added a new feature to the holiday by taking part in the third annual Twin Cities Turkey Trot on Thursday, which began outside the Dwight P. Mitchell City Center Park. Among the runners w

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-24 11:00:00

Mark III Grille & Bar gets service award

ST. JOSEPH - A Tex-Mex restaurant has been chosen as the winner of this year's Celebrated Service Award, sponsored by Celebration Cinema. Mark III Grille & Bar in Royalton Township was named the Benton Harbor/St. Joseph-area winner earlier this week. "We are so honored to be the winner of the 2018

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-24 11:00:00

LMC seeks Alumni Award nominations

BENTON TOWNSHIP - The Lake Michigan College Alumni Association Board of Directors is looking for alumni to honor. The organization is seeking nominations for its 2018 Alumni Awards for those who have attended Lake Michigan College or its predecessor, Benton Harbor Community College, and have earned

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-24 11:00:00

Sleigh-bells will be ringing in Saint Joseph

WSBT 22 There's going to be a winter wonderland in Saint Joseph! Children will be able to pet live reindeer at the Silver Beach Carousel! The event will take place in Santa's Christmas Corral at the Shadowland Ballroom -- which is across from the Silver Beach Carousel. The reindeer will visit from 1

22 WSBT - 2017-11-24 08:57:17

Putting Michigan ahead of the rest

BENTON HARBOR - Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer told a crowd of more than 60 in Benton Harbor Tuesday that she wants to make Michigan a top state it once was in terms of education and jobs. "There was a point in time when the public schools in Michigan were the finest around. And

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

Blossomland Learning Center gets royal treatment

BERRIEN SPRINGS - It wasn't your usual pageant Tuesday afternoon at the Blossomland Learning Center. While there were plenty of queens on hand, the emphasis was on qualities like teamwork, attitude and respect at the fifth annual Miss and Mr. Blossomland contest. Five young women competed for the Mi

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

Law enforcement to crack down on impaired driving

ST. JOSEPH - Ten people lost their lives on Michigan roads during the 2016 Thanksgiving holiday period. In an effort to make that number zero this year, local law enforcement agencies will enforce the Drive Sober Get Pulled Over campaign through Thanksgiving weekend and the coming weeks. "If we se

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

Brandon Steven's new restaurant gets a new mural

Famed west Wichita home holding an estate sale for the ages An estate sale at the well-known Steven family estate in Wichita is drawing huge crowds. The 8-acre property near Kellogg and Maize has a little bit of everything. (Video by Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle) Aviation What is it like to


Southern Kansas is High Cotton

Roger Sewell slowed his pickup down on a rural section of Pratt County, next to a field gleaming white. "How's it look?" he said with a grin, then added this good field of cotton, to be stripped in coming weeks and eventually be turned into demin, was his. Just a few years ago, it was tougher to fin

HUTCHINSON NEWS - 2017-11-24 07:01:00

Shopping, wagon rides and street musicians part of Oxford's Christmas festival

A longtime holiday festival in small Sumner County town owes its beginnings to a resident who wanted her Wichita friends to visit the vintage Victorian home she'd purchased and the new business she'd opened in Oxford. This weekend marks the 41st year that Oxford - a town about 40 miles south of Wich


Want to be on the Board of Education? Here's your window.

Candidates for the Board of Education in seven Kay County School Districts file Declarations of Candidacy beginning at 8 a.m. Monday, December 4, 2017. Cheryl Howard, Secretary of the Kay County Election Board, said the filing period ends at 5 p.m. Wednesday, December 6th. The Board of Education pos


Blackwell man hurt after vehicle hits deer

FREEDOM - A Blackwell man was injured after his vehicle hit a deer Monday night near Freedom. Brant Vernon Marcotte, 62, was admitted to St. Mary's Regional Medical Center in stable condition with internal trunk injuries, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report. The accident happened at 7:45


Couple waiting to buy car for Wellington woman with cancer

Some people are waiting for Black Friday sales, but for a couple waiting outside a car dealership in Wichita for a good buy their purpose is a lot more than a deal. A tent, space heater and warm clothes: Traci McLaughlin is camping with her husband outside a car dealership in Wichita. "It is so wort

KWCH.COM - 2017-11-24 06:35:00

Event provides preview of dino park

There were smiles in abundance at the official kickoff event for Derby's Field Station Dinosaurs attraction, but few were bigger and brighter than the one on the face of Guy Gsell, the developer behind the concept. "I couldn't be more excited," Gsell said after a 45-minute program in a white tent se


Want to grab a drink on Thanksgiving? Here's what's open

There's nothing better than celebrating Thanksgiving with the family. Except when you're cooped up with that family for hours on end. Sometimes, when the rest of the family is napping off their turkey comas or going Black Friday shopping (on Thursday, of course), you just need to get out for a bit.


Family of hit-and-run victim: things 'don't add up'

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- A deadly hit-and-run mystery continues to deepen. "A lot of emotions. Anger, hurt, tore up," said Tanya Darby, choking back tears. Darby's 20-year-old brother Joseph was found dead in the fast lane of westbound Highway 94 - just east of the 30th street exit at around 2 a.m. on Tu

SAN DIEGO CHANNEL - 2017-11-25 01:59:11

New York woman killed by hunter while walking dogs

Thomas Jadlowski, shown in a photo taken for his firearm license. Full credit: Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office SHERMAN, New York - A woman walking her dogs near her western New York home was fatally shot Wednesday by a man who told police he mistook her for a deer. Rosemary Billquist, 43, was hit

FOX5SANDIEGO.COM - 2017-11-25 04:07:55

30 years after crash, good Samaritans cross paths with victim again

EL CAJON, Calif. (KGTV) - 30 years ago, Laura Mosier lay trapped underneath a Ford Bronco after the driver of a stolen car crashed into her. Nine people eventually rushed over to help, pulling the Bronco off her and getting her to a medical helicopter. That was on Washington Avenue in El Cajon on No

SAN DIEGO CHANNEL - 2017-11-25 02:12:40

Guest Editorial: GOP tax bills short-change middle class

When considering any attempt to reform our tax code, the first question I ask myself is, "Will it help the middle class?" After carefully looking over the Republican tax bills proposed in the House and Senate, the only answer I can come to is, "No, these bills won't help the middle class." In fact,

LAMESACOURIER.COM - 2017-11-24 20:16:05