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Not one, but two area schools have state titles to celebrate. Coloma won the District 3 girls softball championship in Saturday with a 7-6 win over Millington for their first ever state championship in the sport and

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Members of the Rotary Club of St. Joseph-Benton Harbor are celebrating the local chapter’s 100th anniversary this year, and got a treat over the weekend. Rotary International President Ian Riseley was the keynote speaker at the centennial

John’s guest this week is Chris Thomas, the legendary now recently retired Director of Elections for the State of Michigan. They talk over his life in elections, campaign financing and the potentiality and reality of foreign governments

Farmers in southwest Michigan are welcoming in people for U-Pick strawberry season. Steve Lecklider is the manager of Lehman’s Orchards in Niles and spoke to our partners at WNDU NewsCenter 16 about the start of the season,

Congressman Fred Upton is hailing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fiscal Year 2018 Work Plan because it includes money to dredge recreational harbors in southwest Michigan. He tells WSJM News the weather this year has left

The American Red Cross has launched a new summer blood collection campaign aimed at drawing attention to the need for different blood types. Red Cross spokesperson Tod Kulman tells WSJM News the Missing Types campaign will partner

State Senator John Proos is pleased with the budget approved by Michigan lawmakers on Tuesday. The $57 billion spending plan for the 2019 fiscal year includes boosts in funding for education, courts, and roads. Proos tells us

We cover the entire controversy surrounding Benton Harbor Area Schools, complaints from those below the bluff in St. Joseph, students in Benton Harbor being given hundreds of free books this summer, calls for the resignation of interim