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Michigan Adds 10,681 COVID-19 Cases

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The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is changing the reporting day for COVID-19 data to Tuesday instead of Wednesday. The department yesterday said there were 10,681 new cases of COVID-19 in the past six days,

United Way Announces Volunteer Awards

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The winners of this year’s United Way of Southwest Michigan community volunteer awards have been announced. The United Way’s Jennifer Tomshack tells WSJM News the new Judge Susan L. Dobrich Volunteer Leadership Award for Cass County has

Gas Prices Showing Signs Of Easing

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Gas prices have shown several days of price drops bringing some signs of relief to drivers, with prices in the state Monday down 5¢ from a week ago to $5.17 per gallon. But Patrick DeHaan with GasBuddy

Budget Analyst Talks Transportation Budget

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As negotiations continue on Michigan’s fiscal year 2023 budget, the Michigan Department of Transportation and budget analysts are trying to prepare with an eye on new federal infrastructure dollars coming in. Speaking on the latest MDOT Talking

AAA: Gas Prices Take A Slight Dip

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Bucking a multiple week trend of new record prices at the pump,  Gas prices in Michigan are down 5 cents from a week ago. Michigan drivers are now paying an average of $5.17 per gallon for regular unleaded. This price

Three Oaks Investigating Theft

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Police in Three Oaks are trying to identify a theft suspect and find a green Chevrolet Lumina. Chief Carl Krause says they were called to the Harbor Country Boutique and Vintage Shop for a theft complaint around

New Mural On Bluff Stairs In St. Joseph

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St. Joseph Today has unveiled a new mural on the bluff stairs in St. Joseph. The mural painted by Illinois-based artist Nate Baranowski is of three children riding slides down the stairs. St. Joseph Today Events Manager