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Brad Flory column: 'Relay Wars' fought to make Jackson number one in nation
When Relay for Life begins Friday at Cascades Falls Park, honoring cancer survivors and raising money for research are not the only goals.
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Daybook: Recent births in the Jackson County area
BAKER , Audrinna K., and SCOTT , Joshua Y., of Jackson, a son, Josiah Scott, born July 18, 6 pounds, 7 ounces at Allegiance Health.
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Jackson officials ask voters to approve 10-year tax increase for youth/senior recreation programs
City officials hope registered voters approve a recreation millage Aug. 5 that would not only allow for Jackson's recreation programs to continue, but would add to the activities for area youths and seniors.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
St. Joseph/St. John Polish Heritage Festival offers up polka, golumbki and a side of tradition
Six hundred pounds of hamburger were rolled into 4,500 golumbki to feed attendees at the St. Joseph/St.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Salvation Army's food pantry is bare as organization puts freeze on buying food
Donations for the Salvation Army's food pantry in Jackson have decreased to the point where the organization had to put a freeze on buying food.
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ABC's Paula Faris gets weekend anchor job
Paula Faris is replacing the departing Bianna Golodryga as the news anchor on the weekend edition of "Good Morning America."
Daybook: Recent criminal sentencings in Jackson County
Dustin Michael King, 26, 30 days in jail, credit for three days served, 24 months probation, $975 costs and fines, for domestic violence, second offense.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Poll: Should the state delay bringing I-94 up to standards for public input, aesthetics?
Bringing I-94 through Jackson up to standards is on a two-year delay as state officials take a step back to undergo an extensive public input process.
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Therese C. Thoune
Therese C. Thoune, 86, of Powers, Mi., passed away Sunday, July 20, at OSF St. Francis Hospital in Escanaba, Mi.
Renovations to Bloomfield Park complete, ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled
For months, contractors and construction workers frequented Jackson's Bloomfield Park instead of area residents looking to play basketball, tennis or simply relax.
Jackson area business leaders applaud proposal that eliminates 'disincentive to invest'
Technique, Inc., has invested $14 million in a new facility and equipment in Blackman Township, but the manufacturer took a strong look at other states that were more "tax-friendly" before making its final decision.
Jackson voters to decide fate of city's stormwater fee on Aug. 5, could bring back leaf pickup
Jackson leaders say if residents want clean streets, clean rivers and their leaves picked up this fall, they'll have to pay for it.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Michigan Civil Rights Commission heads to Jackson
The state commission will host a regular meeting at 2 p.m. at Jackson College inside Federer Rooms B and C in the George E. Potter Center, 2111 Emmons Road.
Heroin Bust in Jackson
LT. DAVID COOK FROM J NET TELLS WKHM THAT HEROIN IS THE DRUG OF CHOICE THESE DAYS, AND IT IS A KILLER.
Brad Flory column: Examining the legend of an incredibly stupid mistake
One disadvantage of being around Jackson long enough to remember stuff is the risk of being confused by descriptions of recent history.
$1,000 worth of heroin, marijuana found in home on West Avenue in Jackson
Police officers executing a search warrant of a home on West Avenue late Tuesday, July 22, discovered heroin and marijuana.
Five things you didn't know about the Small Appliance and Vacuum Cleaner Hospital in Jackson
People in Jackson have known for nearly 50 years about a place to take "sick" vacuum cleaners to bring them back to good health.
Peek Through Time: Progress Place mall did not live up to its name in 1960s downtown Jackson
As Jacksonians brace for another upgrade to Michigan Avenue, those who have been around long enough may remember a past project on the street that promised to revitalize and rehabilitate downtown.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Four Farms Selected To Produce Energy For Utility
Certain lots of whole peaches , nectarines , plums and pluots packed between June 1 through July 12 due to the potential of the fruits being contaminated with listeria.
Former corrections officer and retiring city police officer hope to unseat incumbent on county board
Two Republicans hope to unseat one of only two Democrats on the county board of commissioners to represent District 8. Former corrections officer John Wilson and soon-to-be retired city police officer Shane LaPorte will compete in the Aug. 5 primary.