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Roundup: Thanksgiving meals, activities

Roundup of local Thanksgiving meals and activities. Generosity abounds during the Thanksgiving holiday, as many local organizations make sure all members of the community can have a Thanksgiving feast. Here's a roundup of local Thanksgiving meals and activities. Nov. 19 Centreville 6 p.m., Centrevi

STURGIS JOURNAL - 2017-11-18 01:43:28

5 in the next 7: Things to do this week

Weekly entertainment planner, Nov. 19-26, 2017. Events and activities in the Journal area. Thanksgiving Eve church service St John's Episcopal Church and the First United Methodist Church of Sturgis will hold a community service Nov. 22, on the eve of Thanksgiving. The service begins at 6 p.m. at th

STURGIS JOURNAL - 2017-11-18 03:29:50

Former Michigan officer charged with reckless discharge of a firearm

MATTAWAN, Mich. (WNDU) A former police officer in Mattawan, Michigan, has turned herself in after an investigation found she recklessly fired her gun. The incident happened earlier this month during a traffic stop. Police say Chelsey Omilian fired her gun, wounding a woman who was taken to the hospi

WNDU - 2017-11-18 00:03:00

Jonesville Rotary celebrates 70th anniversary

JONESVILLE - On Nov. 13, the Jonesville Rotary Club celebrated 70-years of service and giving back to the community. The Club began in 1947 when founding members Graydon Fast and A.R. "Ben" Leonard discussed the idea of starting a service and social club in Jonesville. After looking into several org

HILLSDALE DAILY NEWS

AssessLinkPE - providing unbiased and scientific results for physical education

Standardized testing is a big part of the current school system. Physical education classes might be left behind a bit in that regard, but Sturgis teacher J.B. Starkey believes he has an answer. He's also putting that answer into action with a system he created that helps measures important characte

STURGIS JOURNAL

Deputies trying to identify male driver killed in crash

Berrien County deputies are trying to identify a victim involved in a single-car crash on M-139 in Royalton Township. Berrien County deputies are trying to identify a victim involved in a single-car crash on M-139 in Royalton Township. The accident happened just before 7 a.m. Sunday morning on north

WWMT - 2017-11-19 11:59:42

Police & Fire: Crash turns fatal

Subscribed, but don't have a login? CRASH BECOMES FATAL: An 83-year-old Jackson man has died from injuries sustained in a crash earlier this month. The Calhoun County Sheriff Department said Friday that the man died Wednesday at Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo where he was taken after the cr

BATTLE CREEK ENQUIRER - 2017-11-17 23:19:15

Couple out on probation arrested on new drug charges

COLDWATER - A Coldwater couple, James Royer, 39, and Heather Royer, 33, sentenced on drug charges this spring are back in jail after officers from the Coldwater Police Department found them Wednesday night using illegal drugs. Acting on a tip, CPD officers went to the Coldwater Inn on Orleans Boulev

THEDAILYREPORTER.COM - 2017-11-18 18:14:18

Mesquite No. 3 on SafeWise's state rankings

Mesquite is one of three Clark County cities to rank among the top 5 in SafeWise's annual rankings of the safest cities in Nevada. One year after placing fourth on the list, Mesquite moved to No. 3 behind Yerington and Boulder City, which also held the top two spots in 2016. Carlin was fourth and He

SPECTRUM - 2017-11-18 00:32:29

NEVADA INCREASING RATE OF PRESCHOOL STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES PARTICIPATING IN REGULAR CLASSROOMS

CARSON CITY, Nev. - Schools in Nevada have increased the number of preschool students with disabilities participating in regular classrooms 3.2 percentage points to 33 percent and are on track to increase that inclusion rate to 40 percent in the current year. "Our inclusion rates have historically b

MESQUITE LOCAL NEWS

"What Happens In Church?"

What does a church service look like? Are there certain things that should happen at a service? Can the service be an anything goes occasion? What distinguishes church services from meetings of various clubs and groups? The Bible helps shed some light on what a church service is to be all about. St.

MESQUITE LOCAL NEWS

Small Business Saturday, November 25th Shop Local

Mesquite Chamber of Commerce and the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) have partnered to host a special Small Business Saturday event. Small Business Saturday encourages holiday shoppers to patronize brick and mortar businesses that are small and local. It is a day to celebrate and support sm

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RINCON BAND OF LUISEO INDIANS TO HOST THANKSGIVING TURKEY GIVEAWAY EVENTS

November 18, 2017 (Escondido) - The Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians is supporting and sponsoring the 1st Annual North County Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway including three upcoming events. "We are humbled to be able to provide Thanksgiving joy to families in need," stated Bo Mazzetti, Chairman of the R

EASTCOUNTYMAGAZINE.ORG - 2017-11-19 02:12:21

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE CONVENES SESSION WITH GREEEN BUILDING INDUSTRY LEADERS TO BRING MANUFACTURING JOBS TO EAST COUNTY

November 17, 2017 (Ramona) - Out of the ashes of the 2007 firestorm in Ramona, Casa Aguilar arose.The home of Pete Beauregard and his wife, Amy McQuillan, just won the U.S. Department of Energy's 2017 Innovation Award for zero net energy use. It's also built to withstand wildfires. On October 24, Be

EASTCOUNTYMAGAZINE.ORG - 2017-11-18 17:03:34

Docents to lead last Old Survey Road 97 hike of season

This season's last docent-led hike on Old Survey Road 97 in the Ramona Grasslands will be held Saturday, Nov. 18. The six-mile round trip hike runs from 9 a.m. to noon and provides a unique look at local history, plants and wildlife. Tour guides will answer questions about the preserve and share inf

SANDIEGOUNIONTRIBUNE.COM - 2017-11-17 18:10:00

Guest Commentary: Closer look at GOP tax bill

Rebuttal of Duncan Hunter's commentary on GOP tax bill: All tied up with red, white, and blue bows, Congressman Duncan Hunter presented the GOP tax bill as great for America, but let's take a closer look at how the current House bill is not so great for us in Ramona. Then let's consider if Mr. Hunte

SANDIEGOUNIONTRIBUNE.COM - 2017-11-17 17:50:00

Group selects Maxson to fill vacancy

Ramona Community Planning Group selected Robin Joy Maxson to fill the seat vacated by Rick Terrazas, who resigned in September to accept a promotion to chief of staff for Congressman Duncan Hunter's Washington D.C. office. He previously worked as district chief of staff in Hunter's El Cajon office.

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Fatal Train Collision; Deadly Crashes: San Diego Co. Police Log

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA - The following is a collection of weekly police, court and fire stories from around the county this week. Child Found Alone Inside Encinitas Store Reunited With Parents The boy was found wandering inside the Michaels store in Encinitas. He told deputies his name is "Connor." Bu

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Palomar Health to double size of psych stabilization unit

With its total number of psychiatric beds on locked wards declining, Palomar Health is poised to double the size of a special unit that provides short-term care for those with mental health emergencies. The inland North County hospital operator announced last week that it will partner with a private

SANDIEGOUNIONTRIBUNE.COM - 2017-11-18 01:05:00

Del Lago Academy sophomores invent science exhibits for third-graders

For a day, the gymnasium at Del Lago Academy was transformed into a science museum as sophomores from the Escondido magnet school prepared exhibits to teach third-graders from neighboring Rock Springs Elementary School about ecosystems, animals and other science themes. The sophomores were tasked wi

SANDIEGOUNIONTRIBUNE.COM - 2017-11-18 00:40:00