A recent series of articles in the South Bend Tribune focused on the Saint Joseph River. Two of the articles examined the water quality in the river and the dangers posed by swimming and boating in its waters. The Saint Joseph River is a wonderful resource for our community. It is the third largest tributary into Lake Michigan. The river has gained a reputation as a huge dynamic fishery and is considered one of the finest summer steelhead fisheries in the country. Over 50 species of fish have been identified in the river. The water quality in the Saint Joseph River is very good and continues to improve.
A public information meeting was held in the City Council Chambers at Mishawaka City Hall, on Wednesday, June 15, 2011, at 4:30 p.m. to present and discuss the revisions and updates of work at Norfolk-Southern Corporation railroad crossings Mishawaka.
The United States Army is celebrating its 236th birthday on June 14, 2011. On this day the United States Army will recognize with great pride the thousands of young Americans who have answered, and will continue to answer, the call to service. These young men and women have shown a profound sense of duty, selfless, service and respect through acts of great honor, integrity and personal courage.
On Thursday, April 21, 2011 Mayor David Wood and students from Twin Branch Elementary School and Beiger Elementary School in the City of Mishawaka joined Jeff Blair to walk with him as he walked the Mishawaka section of the Indiana Lincoln Highway from the Ohio border heading east of Fort Wayne to Dyer, Indiana.