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1 hr ago | Battle Creek Enquirer
The Battle Creek Bombers scored three times in the bottom of the first inning and then held off the Green Bay Bullfrogs for a 3-2 Northwoods League victory on Monday night in front of 682 fans at C.O. Brown Stadium.
6 hrs ago | Battle Creek Enquirer
Crews were out Monday resurfacing a portion of the Linear Park as the city of Battle Creek continued to make capital investments into its paved trails.
12 hrs ago | Battle Creek Enquirer
James Eugene Phillips, 53, 193 Gale Ave., Apt. 18, Galesburg, pleaded guilty to failure to pay child support: 18 months probation, must pay child support and related expenses, must successfully complete Calhoun County Child Support Furlough Program, $298 in fines, costs and fees, 7/11/14.
16 hrs ago | News Observer
The work is planned for Berrien, Calhoun, Genesee, Ingham and Kalamazoo counties.
City of Battle Creek building inspector: Don Wilkinson, a building inspector for the city, inspects a vacant home on North McKinley Street.
Diane once told her boss if he didn't stop standing behind her while she worked, she would quit typing.
Marshall Community Credit Union awarded four $1,000 scholarships to college-bound credit union members.
Mary Welk, 12, is not happy with her grade. The hard work she put into writing an essay received an F-minus, which Lauren McIntyre, 14, didn't even realize could happen in real life.
Some people have expressed concern that if Fort Custer is selected for the Interceptor Missile Site, Battle Creek will become a target for everything from Russian attack missiles to protests from Code Pink.
There were murders in both Kalamazoo and Battle Creek this week and events will be held this weekend and funerals to mark the passing of the victims.
Two blocks south of the Post Foods plant, in a neighborhood that long ago was known for its pristine upkeep, sit two adjacent homes on Marjorie Street.
Your honesty turned a potentially horrible situation into one of a renewed appreciation of people's character.
Bill Phillips, President and CEO at Neighborhoods, Inc. of Battle Creek announced that Neighborhoods, Inc. has promoted Nancy Walker to the position of Chief Financial Officer.
A Battle Creek woman and her family said they are thankful to still be together, after the man she was seeing held a gun to her head and pulled the trigger at her home Wednesday night.
Blekking, a Kellogg Community College alumnus, will give his presentation in Spring Lake Room, in the library on the KCC campus at 450 North Ave. The free public event is part of the college's Service-Learning Lunch and Learn Experience: Garden Edition.
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Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 09:05 pm
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