For 120 years, Dowagiac Daily News has told the stories of the people who make the Grand Old City the special community it is.
We have celebrated championships and mourned the loss of loved ones. We’ve documented life — from birth to death. We’ve shared the stories of the movers and shakers, who have helped the economy prosper, the civil servants who invest in their community, the everyday people who have chosen to plant their families and their businesses in Cass County’s only city.
We have kept a check and balance system for the local government, held criminals accountable for their actions and offered a platform for businesses to reach their customers.
It has been our goal to report on the Dowagiac community and to also be a contributing member of it.
Looking forward, Leader Publications has no intention of changing that mission. People wishing to submit story tips, pay their bills or pick up a copy of the paper may visit Ted Yoakum or Angie Marciniak (shown on left) at the Amtrak Train Depot. Look for the hours posted in the Daily News.
We look forward to another 120 years serving the great people of Dowagiac and hope you will join us in celebrating.