The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office says that they were called to A Dr. N near 14 mile Rd. in Marshall Township around 2:30am Monday, September 11 to find that a sedan and pickup truck had collided head-on. The sedan was on fire, and a 19-year-old passenger from Marshall was trapped inside.
61-year-old Stuart Lewis died as a result of his injuries Thursday afternoon at the hospital in Kalamazoo. Shortly after the accident September 7, the Sheriff’s Office said that Lewis was crossing the Army Ave. near the Brookside Apartments, when a sedan driven by a 24-year-old Battle Creek woman struck him; he was then taken to the hospital with severe head trauma.
On Thursday, Senator Margaret O’Brien of Portage introduced the bill, which would name 6 miles of I-94 between Sprinkle Rd. and Galesburg in honor of Switalski. In a release to her website, Sen. O’Brien says that renaming the highway will not only honor Chief Switalski’s contributions to the community, but it will also serve as a reminder to motorists to drive safe.
The Calhoun County Sheriff's Office says that around 7am, a sedan driven by a 24-year-old Battle Creek woman had been travelling northeast on Army Ave. near the Brookside Apartments. The vehicle struck a 61-year-old resident who was crossing the street, causing "Severe head trauma".
On Wednesday, the Office announced in a release that James VanDyken will be taking the role, a promotion from his current role as Captain of their operations division. The 47-year-old VanDyken has worked with the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office since 1991, starting out a jail deputy and getting promoted steadily since then.
Battle Creek Police Officers were called to the home in the 300 block of Morgan Rd, after the landlord noticed a smell. Once they were inside they found the body of the man, which had been there for around 5 days.
The incident began as a rally in Kalamazoo’s Bronson Park Tuesday afternoon, in protest of President Donald Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA. At some point, a group walked down to the intersection of Westnedge and Michigan Ave. and began blocking traffic.
The Battle Creek City Commission, at their Tuesday, September 5 meeting, will vote on buying landing W. Columbia Ave. from the state of Michigan for $35,000. The City of Battle Creek currently owns the old MSP building at 610 W. Columbia, but potential buyers of it have expressed interest in the land as well.
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