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Preserving a unique landmark

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SOUTH HAVEN — “It costs a fortune to make this place look old,” Barry Fidelman said when members of the First Hebrew Congregation got together recently to celebrate nearly $400,000 worth of improvements to the historic South Haven synagogue.

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Van Buren Sheriff's Department dash cam footage

Van Buren Sheriff's Department dash cam footage

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In this excerpt from a video provided by Michigan State Police in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by The Herald-Palladium, a Van Buren Sheriff’s Department vehicle pulls up behind the MSP car. Shooting begins about 23 seconds…

Title VI and EEO Plan

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Michigan State Police dash cam footage

Michigan State Police dash cam footage

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In this excerpt from dash cam footage provided by Michigan State Police in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by The Herald-Palladium, the suspect gets out of his car at 2:13 into the video, with shots fired shortly…

Removing the threat?

Removing the threat?

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ST. JOSEPH — Derrick Bailey told a Berrien County Trial Court jury Friday that he shot Nicholaus Kling because he thought he was going to die.

Literacy Volunteers of Illinois to Host 11th Annual SCRABBLE for Literacy Challenge

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Literacy Volunteers of Illinois (LVI) to Host 11th Annual SCRABBLE for Literacy Challenge

Literacy Volunteers of Illinois (LVI) will be hosting the 11th Annual SCRABBLE for Literacy Challenge on Sunday, November 2, 2014. The event will be held at the Grossinger Honda Center, 6600 N. Western Ave. Chicago, IL 60645, from 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. 

The event will support the fight against low literacy in Illinois and the potential joblessness, homelessness and incarceration that can result. 

“The SCRABBLE Tournament is designed to raise the visibility of the issue as well as to raise funds to support our work with families and individuals in need. Low literacy is an issue that affects every aspect of our community though it is often one of the least visible,” says Dorothy Miaso, Executive Director of LVI.  

Attendees will have three options of SCRABBLE play at the event:
  • Compete one-on-one to become the Chicago SCRABBLE champion! Official SCRABBLE rules will apply but ‘Rule Breakers’ can be purchased. Prizes awarded to first, second and third place.
  • Set your own rules and play open games with your friends.
  • Play in an official North American SCRABBLE Players Association tournament! Must be a NASPA member; register at www.cross-tables.com.
Food and beverages will be served throughout the afternoon, along with a Silent Auction, a Raffle Contest and Prizes & Games giveaways! Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for teens.


To register for the event, visit www.lvillinois.org.

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Original House of David engine to be unveiled

Original House of David engine to be unveiled

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BENTON TOWNSHIP — Halloween Mini-Train Rides with kid-friendly decorations will be given for three weekends starting at 5 p.m. today at Eden Springs Park at House of David, 793 M 139, Benton Township.

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Preserving a unique landmark

Preserving a unique landmark

by Becky Kark / For The Herald-Palladium @ www.heraldpalladium.com - RSS Results

First Hebrew Congregation member Barry Fidelman cuts a ribbon in celebration of improvements at the synagogue. Surrounding him are members of the South Haven Area Chamber of Commerce, South Haven Visitors Bureau, Rabbi Alan Cohen and Mayor Bob Burr and…

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Summer Water Safety Tips: Please be aware of the new buoys located in the swim area of Bear Lake Beach Below please find a map of the No Wake Zone, from Bear Lake Channel into Bear Lake Read more →

Reports, video released for police shootout on I-94

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LAWRENCE — Police knew they had an armed and dangerous suspect on their hands when they began pursuing a stolen car Sept. 8 on eastbound I-94 in Berrien County.

Living like Christ

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I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. – Galatians 2:20

Church Notes

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Immanuel Lutheran Church, 9650 N. Church St., Bridgman, will screen the movie “I’m Not Ashamed, The Rachel Joy Scott Columbine Story” at 6 p.m. today. In the PG-13 film, which re-creates a portion of the Columbine High School massacre, Eric…

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Removing the threat?

Removing the threat?

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Derrick Bailey, left, listens to witness testimony Friday alongside public defender Stephanie Farkas in Berrien County Trial Court. It marked the fourth day of Bailey’s trial, where he faces murder charges in the shooting death of Nicholaus Kling.

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