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Lansing takes notice

BERRIEN SPRINGS — The Berrien Springs school district was in the spotlight on two fronts Monday. District leaders welcomed a visit from state Reps. Tim Kelly, R-Saginaw Twp. and Dave Pagel, R-Oronoko Twp. At the same time, they learned the district has been featured in a national school technology publication.

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Tuesday 02/02/2016
Elliott floats plan for new courthouse, jail complex
Posted: February 02, 2016

BERRIEN SPRINGS — Berrien County Commissioner Mac Elliott brought a plan to build a county complex in the Berrien Springs area to the Berrien Springs Village Council Monday night and, not surprisingly, received enthusiastic support for the idea.

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Tuesday 01/26/2016
BCYF beef registration deadline is Monday
Posted: January 26, 2016

BERRIEN SPRINGS — Market beef registration for the 2016 Berrien County Youth Fair is underway and the registration deadline has been set for Feb. 1.

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Tuesday 01/19/2016
Berrien Springs Village Council honors Caulpetzer
Posted: January 19, 2016

BERRIEN SPRINGS — Berrien Springs Village Council members remembered one of their own at their meeting Monday night. Longtime councilman Robert Caulpetzer lost his battle with cancer over the weekend, dying on Saturday.

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Monday 01/18/2016
Wales gets all the love as Miss Berrien Springs 2016
Posted: January 18, 2016

BERRIEN SPRINGS - From Love, Love Me Do to the Yellow Submarine, it was a night for all things Beatles at Saturday's Miss Berrien Springs contest.

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Saturday 01/16/2016
Bucks hold off Berrien surge
Posted: January 16, 2016

BUCHANAN - Buchanan's boys basketball team looked like it would cruise to victory over visiting Berrien Springs Friday night, controlling the game through the first three-plus quarters and leading by as many as 16.

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Thursday 01/14/2016
Short of milestone, but long on fun
Posted: January 14, 2016

BERRIEN SPRINGS - They came close, but there were not enough sitter-uppers Wednesday at Andrews University to break the world record.

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Pullian finds the boards
Posted: January 14, 2016

ST. JOSEPH - The Lake Michigan Catholic boys basketball team has only one player taller than 6 feet, and that meant one thing for Berrien Springs forward Montrell Pullian - rebounds.

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Wednesday 01/13/2016
Oronoko Twp. plots park for itself and neighbors
Posted: January 13, 2016

BERRIEN SPRINGS - A proposal to build a new community park has moved to the front burner for Oronoko Township Board members.

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Saturday 01/09/2016
Sitting your way to the top
Posted: January 09, 2016

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Andrews University is attempting a world record next Wednesday, and it's inviting the public to join in.

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Wednesday 01/06/2016
Pay hikes in store for Oronoko cops
Posted: January 06, 2016

BERRIEN SPRINGS - A new year means pay raises for Oronoko Township's police officers, including the chief.

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Tuesday 01/05/2016
Recycling bin ordinance OK'd
Posted: January 05, 2016

BERRIEN SPRINGS - The Berrien Springs Village Council has approved a new ordinance establishing rules for commercial recycling collection bins.

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Tuesday 12/22/2015
Expo arena project gets boost from Upton Foundation
Posted: December 22, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - The Berrien County Youth Fair expo arena project is getting a boost this month from the Upton Foundation. The foundation has awarded a $75,000 challenge grant to the fair to help with construction costs.

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Saturday 12/19/2015
Oronoko settles on numbers
Posted: December 19, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - The Oronoko Township Board has approved a 2016 budget that calls for a deficit of less than $15,000.

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Monday 12/14/2015
It pays to stay: B. Springs schools ups incentives to network schools
Posted: December 14, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - The Berrien Springs school board has followed through with the policy outlined last month when it comes to renewing off-site alternative education partnerships.

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Friday 12/11/2015
More technology for Berrien Springs students
Posted: December 11, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Providing computers is old news for schools, but Berrien Springs educators say their One-to-One initiative revolutionizes the way education is delivered.

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