Video: Friday Round-up, May 28, 2021

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Publisher Melanie Jongsma and Managing Editor Josh Bootsma discuss the week’s news

by Melanie Jongsma and Josh Bootsma

LANSING, Ill. (May 28, 2021) – It’s been a busy week in Lansing, and The Lansing Journal put together a short video round-up to recap some of the recent local stories. For viewer convenience, links to the published stories appear below the video.

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Jennifer Yos’s article about the Lansing Library’s new amenities for youth and teens was published on May 25 and appeared in subscriber email inboxes on May 26:

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Josh’s article about the ribbon-cutting at Music Mines was published on May 27 and appeared in subscriber email inboxes on May 28:

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Melanie’s article about the Local Jobs feature that appears in our menu was published on May 23 and appeared in the May 24 email to Lansing Journal subscribers:

  • Local jobs feature added to benefit local businesses and job-seekers

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    The Monday meeting of Lansing Journal reporters prompted Melanie to write this article, which published on May 26:

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    To learn more about the Memorial Day Sunday service before attending this Sunday afternoon, read Josh’s article, which was published May 26:

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    The purpose of this Friday Round-up is to remind Lansing Journal readers of some of the local stories they might have missed during a busy week, and to give some additional insight into the thought that goes into those stories. If you have input to share about this format of providing information, please let us know:

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