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The eye that never blinks

BRIDGMAN — Within the next week, Bridgman police officers will begin wearing body cameras while on patrol.

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Saturday 05/07/2016
Shamrocks, Lakers take the plunge
Posted: May 07, 2016

BERRIEN SPRINGS — Berrien Springs High School students will get the chance to compete on a swimming and diving team after action Thursday night by the Berrien Springs Board of Education.

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Wednesday 05/04/2016
Bridgman, Lake voters to help decide airport tax
Posted: May 04, 2016

BRIDGMAN — For the first time in 10 years, voters in Bridgman and Lake Township will be asked to support the Southwest Michigan Regional Airport.

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Friday 04/29/2016
Cook Unit 1 back online
Updated: April 29, 2016 - 9:18 am

BRIDGMAN — Workers have completed a Unit 1 refueling outage at Indiana Michigan Power’s Cook Nuclear Plant and the unit is back in service and connected to the transmission grid.

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Thursday 04/21/2016
Police confirm murder-suicide in Bohn case
Posted: April 21, 2016

ST. JOSEPH — Denise Bohn-Stewart died of multiple gunshot wounds to the upper torso and her death has officially been ruled a homicide, according to state police.

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Sunday 04/17/2016
A different kind of school choir performance
Posted: April 17, 2016

NEW BUFFALO — The people packing the Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds Casino to see and hear Foreigner likely had a good time.

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Sunday 04/10/2016
Transformer fails, oil spills at Cook
Posted: April 10, 2016

BRIDGMAN — Crews are cleaning up oil at the Cook Nuclear Plant after 2,000 gallons overflowed a berm after a transformer failure, plant officials reported Saturday.

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Friday 04/08/2016
MDOT removes trees for safety, environmental issues
Posted: April 08, 2016

BRIDGMAN — Many drivers anticipated orange barrels when the Michigan Department of Transportation announced a major repaving project on I-94.

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Thursday 04/07/2016
Bridgman sets cleanup schedule
Posted: April 07, 2016

BRIDGMAN — Spring cleanup in is the air in Bridgman with a full schedule of special yard and household trash pick-ups underway, the city reported.

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Wednesday 04/06/2016
Getting it in writing from Bridgman Chamber
Posted: April 06, 2016

BRIDGMAN — A proposed contract between the city and the Greater Bridgman Area Chamber and Community Growth Alliance was sent back to the drawing board to answer questions about costs and the services rendered. 

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Tuesday 03/22/2016
Cook Unit 1 outage starts Wednesday
Posted: March 22, 2016

BRIDGMAN — One of the two nuclear reactors at the Donald C. Cook plant will be shut down this week for a routine refueling and maintenance outage.

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Friday 03/18/2016
Message in bathroom locks down 4 school districts
Posted: March 18, 2016

THREE OAKS —A threat written on a wall in a girls bathroom Thursday resulted in lockdowns at four school districts in Berrien County. It originated at River Valley Middle/High School.

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Monday 03/14/2016
Average Joes come out on top
Updated: March 14, 2016 - 8:27 am

ST. JOSEPH — St. Joseph High School's robotics team was on the winning alliance at the FIRST Robotics District Competition held at the school in St. Joseph Thursday through Saturday.

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Saturday 03/12/2016
Alabama man dies, daughter injured, in Bridgman crash
Posted: March 12, 2016

BRIDGMAN — An Alabama man died and his daughter suffered serious injuries Friday when their car hit a large utility pole and flipped onto its side.

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Thursday 03/10/2016
Major paving job set for I-94
Posted: March 10, 2016

Spring is almost here, which means it’s time for orange barrel season.

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Sunday 02/28/2016
Saying goodbye
Updated: February 28, 2016 - 3:12 pm

BRIDGMAN — Christopher Nye of Baroda said his life has been a fog since learning last weekend his wife and sister were among the six people killed by a gunman in Kalamazoo Feb. 20.

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