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Grade concept receives failing mark

BERRIEN SPRINGS - The idea of students being in grades is an idea whose time is passing, Berrien Springs schools superintendent argues.

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Friday 02/27/2015
Eichberg all the way
Posted: February 27, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Berrien Springs High School Principal Dave Eichberg has been tapped to be the next Berrien Springs school superintendent, succeeding Jim Bermingham.

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Wednesday 02/25/2015
Bears back above .500
Posted: February 25, 2015

ST. JOSEPH - St. Joseph is happy to have a winning record again, but less enthused about the way it got it.

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Sunday 02/22/2015
Scaccia tabbed as new Berrien football coach
Posted: February 22, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - A foundation has been set for the Berrien Springs football program, and now Tony Scaccia wants to build.

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Saturday 02/21/2015
School district welcomes state ranking
Posted: February 21, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Berrien Springs school officials say a new designation as "state champion school district" recognizes their efforts to meet the academic needs of all students.

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Friday 02/20/2015
Berrien Springs sets zoning hearing
Posted: February 20, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Berrien Springs residents will get to share their views on a proposed zoning overhaul to complement water and sewer line expansions along M-139.

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Wednesday 02/18/2015
45 years or 90 semesters
Posted: February 18, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Jan Bermingham has a plaque her father made hanging on the wall in her office at Sylvester Elementary School.

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Tuesday 02/17/2015
Council president awarded pay raise
Posted: February 17, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Berrien Springs Village Council President Milt Richter received a $1,000 a year pay raise Monday after council members wrestled with the issue for more than 15 minutes.

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Monday 02/16/2015
'Captive in the Alps' highlights area man's World War II ordeal
Posted: February 16, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Curator Robert Myers will present "Captive in the Alps: A Michigan Airman Interned in Switzerland" at 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, at the History Center at Courthouse Square, 313 N. Cass St.

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Sunday 02/15/2015
Rules of development
Posted: February 15, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Oronoko Township and Berrien Springs officials are pondering new rules to encourage and manage M-139 corridor growth, and the public can weigh in in March.

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Saturday 02/14/2015
1 penalty leads to 3 goals for LSJ
Posted: February 14, 2015

ST. JOSEPH - The Lakeshore-St. Joseph Warriors power-play unit took advantage of a five-minute major penalty early in the third period Friday night, scoring three goals to break open a tight contest en route to a 6-3 victory at home against the Kalamazoo Blades.

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Thursday 02/12/2015
Oronoko Twp. ponders fire truck tax
Posted: February 12, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Oronoko Township voters may decide a fire equipment tax in the August election atop of the police tax renewal already expected.

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Saturday 02/07/2015
Berrien Springs schools gets Hope
Posted: February 07, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Berrien Springs schools will team up with a Grand Rapids charter school for its next off-site alternative education program.

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Friday 02/06/2015
Toliver to start Monday as BSOT chief
Posted: February 06, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Oronoko Township Board members made it official Wednesday night as the six members in attendance voted unanimously to hire Berrien County Sheriff's Capt. Paul Toliver as the new police chief.

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A head for figures
Updated: February 06, 2015 - 8:52 am

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Berrien Springs High School Principal Dave Eichberg is pretty much a known quantity to the Berrien Springs Board of Education.

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Wednesday 02/04/2015
Oronoko to hire Toliver as police chief
Posted: February 04, 2015

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Oronoko Township Board members are expected to vote tonight on whether to appoint Berrien County Sheriff's Capt. Paul Toliver as the new Berrien Springs-Oronoko Township police chief.

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