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January 10, 2013
WHITE PIGEON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) - Authorities have released the names of two Indiana men killed in a rollover crash on an icy southwestern Michigan roadway. WLKM-FM reports ( http://bit.ly/ZvzqvH ) they're identified as 50-year-old Chris Eicher of Portland, Ind., and 48-year-old Danny Graber of Geneva, Ind. The St. Joseph County sheriff's department says they were among seven people riding in a van that crashed Wednesday morning in White Pigeon Township, about 30 miles south of Kalamazoo.
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WSBT-TV Report | March 18, 2013
WHITE PIGEON, Mich. - We could learn more today about the death of a man at a paper mill in St. Joseph County, Michigan. It happened around noon Sunday at the White Pigeon Paper Company. Michigan State Police say the 61-year-old sustained a "fatal injury" but didn't provide any details, although WOOD-TV reports the victim fell into a vat at the paper company. It's unclear if the man died of natural causes or something work-related. An autopsy is planned.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | March 8, 2011
Injuries from a single-vehicle crash early Tuesday morning killed a 31-year-old Vicksburg, Mich. man. A Michigan State Police-White Pigeon Post news release indicated Michael Guisinger was driving south on Constantine Road, near Featherstone Road, when his van went off the road and struck several trees. Guisinger was airlifted to Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo, where he died. Police are continuing to investigate the crash.
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SBT24/7 News Report | February 9, 2010
Four patients flown to the hospital following a serious single-vehicle accident near Constantine, Mich., early Tuesday remain in emergency care hospital units. Michigan State Police at the White Pigeon Post said the four were airlifted from the 7:15 a.m. crash on Stears Road, east of U.S. 131, and taken to Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo. Paige Hicks, 17, of White Pigeon, was driving the vehicle when she lost control in the snow and hit a tree, police said in a press release. She was transferred to the trauma unit and remains there, hospital staff said.
NEWS
February 18, 2011
Michigan State Police are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for lighting a Three Rivers church on fire two years ago. Police say the March 5, 2009 fire at Monumental North Missionary Baptist Church on U.S. 131 was ruled arson by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Rewards of up to $10,000 are being offered for information that will help the investigation. Call the Michigan State Police White Pigeon Post at 269-483-7611 or the Michigan Arson Prevention Committee at 1-800-44 ARSON.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | December 5, 2011
LAGRANGE COUNTY - The Lagrange County Police say there will be no charges connected to the possible neglect of horses on a county farm. WSBT reported Sunday night that animal control officers were looking into possibly seizing horses from the property. Sheriff's deputies investigated the claim but did not find any signs of neglect. Seven horses were voluntarily removed from the property by the owners who were boarding the horses there. Two of them were given to a rescue group out of White Pigeon, Michigan.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | October 10, 2011
Fraudulent payroll checks bearing the business name Phoenix Farms are circulating around the Sturgis area. Some checks have been cashed, leading police to urge businesses to verify checks with banks before casing payroll checks. Michigan State Police-White Pigeon Post and Sturgis Police are investigating the cases where suspects, all Hispanic, have cashed fraudulent checks. The suspects are using a permanent resident card for ID. At one location, suspects were seen in an older model brown car, possibly a Chevy Impala.
NEWS
WSBT-TV Report | April 12, 2011
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Mich. – A one-mile stretch of highway in southern Michigan has been reopened after a possible explosive turned out to be nothing. A crew of volunteers came across what they said looked like dynamite near a gas pipeline. The Kalamazoo Gazette reports the section of U.S. 131 in White Pigeon was closed around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, and a Michigan State Police bomb squad was called. State police Trooper Todd Petersen says a trooper responded to the scene, looked at the suspicious find and requested assistance from the bomb squad.
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