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We shared the news about Lansing’s dog park.
We were at the press conference featuring LPD and the 26 lives they saved.
We listed the science fair winners and named their projects.
We let you know why you can’t put pizza boxes in your recycling bin.
How much is that kind of news worth to you?
Your friends and neighbors
When Micaela Smith was appointed to the Park Board, when Ballet Folklórico performed at Memorial Junior High School, when local residents started a Food Swap, and when the Legion Riders brought two Korean war veterans home—you read about it in The Lansing Journal.
Who else is writing about your friends, your neighbors, your kids?
A nearby paper in another state charges $9.99/month for their digital subscription. That’s not a bad price, and many Lansing residents are willing to pay it—even though that newspaper has said they are “reducing coverage in Illinois significantly.”
Businesses, we’ve covered your grand openings, your ribbon-cuttings, your expansions and remodels. We’ve encouraged people to shop local. We’ve shared the histories of established Lansing businesses and celebrated the arrival of new ventures.
How much would you pay for that kind of publicity?
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