Video: Too many ads, Chamber benefits, Lansing flooding, a mini print edition, and more

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Weekly round-up for September 17, 2021

by Melanie Jongsma

LANSING, Ill. (September 17, 2021) – Advertising is one of the services The Lansing Journal provides, and this week’s round-up explains how ads and articles work together to keep the community informed.

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The Lansing Area Chamber of Commerce organizes the annual LOOP bike ride. They advertised the event in The Lansing Journal’s Daily Email this year.

Important links

The Lansing Area Chamber of Commerce is an active business advocate. Members form a vibrant network that gathers monthly to interact with each other. More information is available at the Lansing Area Chamber’s website:


More information about the advertisers who serve our local community is available by clicking on their ads throughout this website. More information about the benefits of advertising locally — and advertising digitally — is available on The Lansing Journal’s Advertise page:

Or email [email protected].


Josh attended the August 30 joint public levee meeting with the Army Corps of Engineers regarding the condition of the levee in Lansing. He sifted through the information in order to present it to Lansing readers:

September 20 is the deadline for public comment, and the contact information is included in Josh’s article.


Journalist Ernst Lamothe reported on the updated version of Walk Over Wednesdays at First United Methodist Church:


Reporter Jim Masters described the career development programs in District 215:


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The Lansing Journal worked with LACE (Lansing Association for Community Events) to share information about Autumn Fest 2021, which will be hosted at Fox Pointe on September 24, 25, and 26. Look for articles and ads this week about the events, and look for a “super mini” print edition of The Lansing Journal that will be handed out to fest attenders.

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