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Where to pick up a March print edition

Copies distributed to these local businesses

LANSING, Ill. (March 16, 2023) – The Lansing Post Office delivered print copies of The Lansing Journal to Lansing addresses on Wednesday, March 15. In addition, we mailed copies to out-of-town supporters who helped cover the extra expenses involved in print. But for readers who need additional copies — for voting information, the list of Local Flavor Award winners, or other hometown news that’s fun to see in print — check these Lansing locations, listed alphabetically:

American Legion

18255 Grant Street
• Lower level, on the counter along the hallway

Barber Rick’s

17851 Torrence Avenue
• Near the front window

Bottom’s Up

1696 Thornton-Lansing Road

Classy Cuts

3365 Ridge Road
• On the center table

Dixie Kitchen

17940 Torrence Avenue

GiGi Willikers

2394 172nd Street (off of Torrence)
• On the ordering counter

Kdulche Café

3521 Ridge Road
• On the decorated street cart near the front door

La Soga

19267 Burnham Avenue
• On the counter next to the order counter

Lansing Public Library

2750 Indiana Avenue
• In the rack near the Indiana Avenue entrance

Lynnie Ques

3249 Glenwood-Lansing Road
• On the bench near the elevator

Pour On Roy

18155 Roy Street
• In the window sill

rico’s Pizza

3651 Ridge Road
• In the window sill in the waiting area

S.L Wine Bar

3224 Ridge Road

Three Roosters

3224 171st Street
• On the rack near the checkout

Unlimited Service Auto

3210 Ridge Road
• In the seating area

Waters Edge

5 Ridge Road, Munster

Melanie Jongsma
Melanie Jongsma
Melanie Jongsma grew up in Lansing, Illinois, and believes The Lansing Journal has an important role to play in building community through trustworthy information.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Great print edition of the Journsl ! Great job Melanie and Josh ! Print could have been s little bigger, hard to resd, but I guess that is what magnifing glasses are for ! Agai
    n good job and it was put in my mailbox not thrown in the driveway or sidewalk ! GO JOURNAL !

    • Lucky you! I never received the paper and neither did my neighbor. I did call the post office – five days later. Their response – ” well, you would have IF they gave us enough”. Then she said (5 days later) “we just finished the extras they gave us for our lobby”. (?). I think The Journal should do some incentive reporting on the post office.

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