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Sandra Kaye Hopkins-Sanders

First Lady Sandra K. Hopkins-Sanders, 71, of Benton Harbor, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, October 27, 2022, at home. A celebration of life service will be held at 11 am on Saturday, November

Doctors Worried About Whooping Cough

The list of possible illnesses to worry about this fall continues to grow. Along with the flu and COVID-19, you can add pertussis, or whooping cough, to the list. Dr. Melan Han is the physician chief for

Good Time To Search For A New Job

As job openings continue to outpace the number of people unemployed, workers are continuing to make career moves. Robert Half’s Neal Gilbert says it’s still a good time to look for a job. “The housing market is

Ford Sales Slip In October

Ford sales slipped 10% in October, as sales for the auto industry as a whole were up by 11%. Ford analyst Erich Merkel told Michigan News Network the problem wasn’t on the demand side. “It has more

St. Joseph Sports Complex Moves Forward

Fundraising will soon begin for a new sports complex planned at Maiden Lane and Hollywood Road in St. Joseph Township. That’s after the planning commission this week approved the 40-acre facility’s site plan. St. Joseph Youth Sports

Kemia Hassel’s Conviction Upheld

Kemia Hassel of Benton Harbor will remain in a Michigan prison for her role in the death of her husband in 2018 on New Year’s Eve. She appealed her conviction, saying she had ineffective counsel. The state

WSJM Sports 11-2-2022

WSJM Sports November 2, 2022 MLB World Series Last night Philadelphia Phillies 7, Houston Astros 0 Tonight Houston Astros @ Philadelphia Phillies – Game 4 – 8:03 pm (Phillies lead 2-1) Phillies Blow Out Astros In Game

Police: Don’t Veer For Deer

This is peak deer season, and drivers are being reminded what they should do if a deer runs across the road in front of them. Berrien County Undersheriff Chuck Heit tells us you may be tempted to