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McJournal Night: We’re looking forward to seeing you there

Publisher Melanie Jongsma (left), Managing Editor Josh Bootsma, and other members of The Lansing Journal team are eager to meet with readers in person on Thursday, February 29, 4–7 p.m.

Updates and answers about McJournal Night

We do want to raise funds at McJournal Night, but we also want to celebrate community. And we have some fun ways to do that...

Look what you did — 2023 in numbers and words

It's easy to take for granted the Daily News email. It's not super flashy. It follows pretty much the same format each day. And it just quietly shows up...

Reporting Village Board meetings

Sometimes The Lansing Journal is the only representation our community has at Village Board meetings. And sometimes we miss the stories that happen there because...

Help us keep reporting — Local Parks

Accessible, well-maintained local parks give a community places to gather, play, and celebrate — but only if people know about them....

Help us keep reporting — Local Education

When TF North alum Quinton Arthur began reporting for The Lansing Journal, he brought his experience and skills to the Local Education beat. But now...

Benefits of online monthly giving: #4 – The MATCHING GIFT

It's like an unexpected Christmas gift LANSING, Ill. (December 22, 2023) - The Lansing Journal qualified for a “Sustainability Match” from an outside funder this...

Benefits of online monthly giving: #3 – Long-term impact

Rather than simply consuming news, they help provide it. By covering the costs of information, they contribute to the connections that are necessary in a community like ours....

Benefits of online monthly giving: #2 – Insider info

Supporters who check the "monthly" box when they make a gift to The Lansing Journal are treated differently than regular subscribers.

Benefits of online monthly giving: #1 – Convenience

They don't have to set a calendar reminder, or find their wallet again, or sort through the options and make a decision. They go through that process once,...

Help us keep reporting — Local Business

We'd love for Paul to do even more business reporting. We know there are other business stories that need to be told!...

‘I don’t think I’m a subscriber’

"I love reading the Journal every day," a woman told me last weekend. "I see it on Facebook, and I also get it in my email, but I don't think I'm a subscriber because I never...

ICYMI: Your decision to help local sports reporting will be matched

From the beginning, local sports coverage was the number one request from Lansing Journal readers....

Help us keep reporting — Local Sports

Every sports article about every athlete from every school is free for anyone to read, but it costs money for us to provide that service.

The message you sent on Giving Tuesday

The significance of your giving goes beyond the dollars. You sent a message today.