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The W.K. Kellogg Airport, home to Western Michigan University 's College of Aviation, will continue to operate its control tower but the city is picking up the tab. Comment?
U.S. Rep. Fred Upton, R-St. Joseph, sent a letter to the Federal Aviation Administration Thursday asking it to explain its decision to close the air traffic control tower at W.K. Kellogg Airport in Battle Creek. Comment?
Western Michigan University's College of Aviation will not be leaving Battle Creek, even if the W.K. Kellogg airport loses its air traffic control tower in April, WMU President John Dunn said during an interview Tuesday with MLive/Kalamazoo Gazette and WMUK host Gordon Evans at WMUK-102.1 FM's offices. Comment?
With both the military and an aviation school based there, Battle Creek may have a case for reversing the FAA decision to close W.K. Kellogg's air traffic control tower, said Rep. Comment?
Dollars for capital investments are loosening up but not enough for retailers and commercial property developers to build whole new retail centers. Comment?
More than 40 union construction workers waving bright orange picket signs protested the development of the Borgess Health ambulatory care facility Tuesday morning for contracting non-local and non-union labor. Comment?
Lakeview Square Mall in Battle Creek has a new owner who plans to aggressively search new tenants for the regional shopping center. Comment?
The former Metallica bassist and Battle Creek native has started his own metal band, called Newsted, which includes Staind guitarist Mike Muchok. Comment?
Antonio Livingston, right, stands before Kalamazoo County Circuit Court after Judge J. Richardson Johnson Monday. Comment?
Southwest Michigan Federal Credit Union is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and successful prosecution of the man who robbed the Battle Creek branch office on Columbia Avenue at approximately 9:30 a.m. Feb. Comment?
Finkbeiner was born August 10, 1941, in Battle Creek, Michigan to Gaylen and Emma Gilcher. Comment?
When Western Michigan University students go to the ballot March 25 to 29, they'll be voting on more than president. Comment?
Front row, from the left are Galesburg-Augusta kindergarten teachers Leslie McCaw, Julie Maas, Kristen Porter, Beckey Murray; and pre-K teachers Stacey Meyers and Kathleen Kline. Comment?
Annual campaigns to raise money to support the umbrella organization for community advocacy gleaned more than $15.7 million, exceeding the goal for the combined Kalamazoo and Battle Creek communities of $15.35 million. Comment?
Excavation is under way at the future Arcadia Brewing Co. site, and beers should be flowing at the new $6.2 million brewery by December 2013, said founder Tim Suprise. Comment?
Linda Marie Wright, 52, of Battle Creek, was sentenced to one day in jail, two years of probation and ordered to pay restitution, court costs and state fees during a hearing in front of Kalamazoo County Circuit Judge Alexander C. Lipsey. Comment?
Good Monday morning; here's hoping you had a good weekend. Thanks for reading Kalamazoo Today, your daily look at what's happening in Southwest Michigan and what you may have missed. Comment?
CentraCare has opened a 16,000-square-foot facility in downtown Kalamazoo to provide day-time care for seniors and adults in need through a program called PACE . Comment?
A reward will be waiting for a fastest guzzler to sink down 1.4 liters of beer at Arcadia Brewing Co.'s St. Comment?
BATTLE CREEK, MI For the first eight minutes of the Class D boys basketball regional championship, Adrian Lenawee Christian held its own against Climax-Scotts. The Cougars were 6-of-10 from the floor, including 4-of-4 from behind the three-point line, and held their own in the rebound battle against the taller, No. Comment?