Weekly round-up for July 23, 2021
by Melanie Jongsma
LANSING, Ill. (July 23, 2021) – The theme of this week of news turned out to be “Reasons a Community Newspaper is Important.” Examples included veterans, crime reporting, school information, local sports, and local businesses. The links below the video are to articles referred to in the video.
Honoring veterans and serving their families (starting at 0:37)
- Lansing veterans honor Sgt. Taylor Rhodelander in private memorial service (published July 18, 2021)
Reporting crime (at 1:49)
- Lansing woman to face charges after crashing car into Little Calumet River (published July 23, 2021)
- Lansing Police investigate burglaries at Pep Boys and Firestone (published July 22, 2021)
- Lansing Police seek help in search for 53-year-old man (published July 20, 2021)
Sharing important school information (at 2:20)
- District 171 approves building and grounds improvements (published July 20, 2021)
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Covering local sports, and real badminton (at 3:51)
- TF South badminton prepares to cheer on Olympian Beiwen Zhang (published July 21, 2021)
Supporting our local business community (at 6:24)
- Addison Clark Real Estate opens Lansing office (published July 23, 2021)
- Quik Scripts to celebrate 10-year anniversary July 30 (published July 23, 2021)
An invitation to subscribe and support (at 7:30)
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