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Josh Bootsma

Josh Bootsma
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Josh is Managing Editor at The Lansing Journal and believes in the power and purpose of community news. He covers any local topics—from village government to theatre, from business openings to migratory birds.

Police calls in Lansing from January 15-28, 2024

The graphics break down the different types of police calls received, as well as where in Lansing they came from...

Video: M. Horvath Jewelers — The little shop with a big heart

At M. Horvath Jewelers Mike and Mike's love for their work, their customers, and their community is clear. And before we left, they shared a special offer for our readers:

Hotaru funding, Officer of the Year, liquor for KYNGZ and the Ford Hangar – a Village Board summary

The agenda included financial support for Hotaru, a liquor license for the Ford Hangar, and re-creating a liquor license for KYNGZ...

Things to do in Lansing this week – February 5 edition

The items listed are public events compiled from a variety of community sources. They represent a diversity of things to do this week....

Redevelopment amendment for Hotaru, liquor license for Ford Hangar – Village Board agendas 2/6/24

Village Board Meetings take place at the Village Court Complex at 2710 170th Street. Trustees discuss and vote on business that affects...

Video: Josh and Melanie’s State of the Publication Address

Josh and Melanie break down their annual meeting in this week's video, a sort of State of the Publication Address for Lansing Journal constituents....

Power outage at BP oil refinery in Whiting causes gas odor and haze in the region

TF South students retruning home after school held scarves over their noses to muffle the gas odor that spread across Lansing...

Registration for Old Timers baseball, softball, and volleyball opens February 3

Lansing Old Timers volleyball, softball, and baseball registration will take place on two Saturdays in February...

Science surge – 21 Memorial students bound for science fair regionals

Twenty-one Memorial Jr. High students involved in 14 different science projects are moving on to the regional science fair competition in March...

Meet the Knights of Columbus spelling bee champion who only spelled one word

Maame Djondo didn't misspell a single word during Saturday's Knights of Columbus spelling bee...