The Lansing Journal journeys: Thailand temples

submitted by Thomas Edgeworth Keep those Journals journeying! Bring a Lansing Journal somewhere unique and snap a photo! Submit your photos with the following three pieces of information: The names of any people in the photo Some information about the location The name of the person who took the photo We publish Lansing Journal Journeys … Read more

The Lansing Journal journeys: Viking Cruise

submitted by Teresa Warmac Keep those Journals journeying! Going somewhere interesting? Bring a Lansing Journal and snap a photo! Submit your photos with the following three pieces of information: The names of any people in the photo Some information about the location The name of the person who took the photo We publish Lansing Journal … Read more

Munster’s Dance Gallery allows kids to explore a variety of dance styles

by Natalie Togtman, Illiana journalism student MUNSTER, Ind. (September 10, 2019) – In June 1991, Amy White Hanas opened the doors of the Dance Gallery in Munster, Indiana, on Ridge Road. Today, White Hanas is a Director at the studio and a dance instructor. “I can’t name just one favorite thing about being a dance … Read more

Gov. Pritzker honors 9/11 victims and first responders on Patriot Day, marking 18 years since attacks

information provided by the Office of the Governor SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (September 11, 2019) — Governor JB Pritzker honored the nearly 3,000 victims, first responders, and members of the military on the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with a proclamation recognizing today as Patriot Day in the state of Illinois and requiring flags to be … Read more

ICJIA seeks survey participation from LGBTQ+ individuals who have experienced harm

Results will help shape funding priorities to address the community’s service needs across Illinois information provided by the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority CHICAGO, Ill. (September 11, 2019) – The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJIA) is conducting a survey to gather information on harm and help-seeking experiences of LGBTQ+ individuals living in Illinois. Research … Read more

Lansing’s Rachel Clausing captures 35–39 age group title at IRONMAN World Championship

information provided by Ironman Triathlon News Service NICE, France (September 10, 2019) – Rachel Clausing, 35, of Lansing, Ill. (USA) captured the world championship title in the women’s 35-39 age group at the 2019 IRONMAN® 70.3® World Championship triathlon in Nice, France, on Saturday, September 7. Approximately 2,000 women were registered to compete in Nice … Read more

LARC partners with Glenwood Oaks for upcoming Fall Feast

Friday, October 18, 4:00–9:00pm information provided by LARC LANSING, Ill. (September 8, 2019) – LARC, a nonprofit organization serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is partnering with Glenwood Oaks Restaurant for its Annual Fall Feast on Friday, October 18. The event will be held at LARC’s administrative and main program facility, located at 19043 … Read more

Purdue students create nonprofit consulting firm

Cybernetic Communication Consulting brings opportunities for students and local businesses information provided by Purdue University Northwest HAMMOND, Ind. (September 8, 2019) – As part of an experiential learning program, Purdue University Northwest’s Problems in Public Relations students created a nonprofit consulting firm, Cybernetic Communication Consulting. The firm will prepare a communication audit for a local … Read more