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  • Annie get your gun....it's time for a squirrel hunt

    They're fast. They're hard to catch. But they're all over. The Niles Leader Pub reports teams of hunters will take part in a squirrel hunt the weekend of January 30th. The Dowagiac Conservation Club hosts the hunt. Pairs shoot up to ten squirrels. The team with the heaviest prize wins. According to The Niles Leader Pub , registration is $20. Call the Atkinsons at 269-424-5186 to sign up.

  • Edwardsburg Primary wins grang

    According to the Niles Leader Pub, Edwardsburg Primary is the winner of the Midwest Energy Grant. Eighteen public schools received it. Midwest Energy Cooperative awarded a $350 check to first-grade teacher Margaret Sevison. Sevison is a science teacher and The Leader Pub reports she wanted to do a special weather project with her class. I thought it would be great to go to an actual weather station so they could see the day-to-day things that go into predicting the weather," Sevison told The...

  • Cassopolis Family Clinic opens pharmacy

    The Niles Leader Pub reports a new pharmacy is opening at the Cassopolis Family Clinic. "Having a pharmacist on site improves the opportunity for communication among professionals; doctor to pharmacist, dentist to pharmacist, nurse to pharmacist, all who have the best interest of their patients at heart," said Mary Geegan Middleton, the Family Clinic's CEO. She said the Family clinic's goal is to make medical services readily available and the pharmacy is the next step in achieving that go...

  • Two shootings in South Bend just blocks apart result in injuries

    Police in South Bend confirm two shootings tonight, two of them just blocks apart.One of the shootings occurred early Thursday evening in the 45-hundred block of W. Western Avenue at Kroger gas station.

  • South Bend Police Chief part of a national task force

    South Bend's Police Chief is just back from the Nation's capitol. He was one of about 40 leaders in D.C. to help launch a new Law Enforcement Immigration Task Force. Chief Ron Teachman says there are about one-thousand undocumented immigrants in South Bend. Chief Teachman says immigration policy has a big impact here at home...and it's something he's very familiar with."People were just ripped out of our community. Families torn apart," the Chief said, recalling an Immigration raid at a texti...

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