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Cafe classroom open for business at Bronson Healthy Living Campus

Culinary students show off what they can do at Havirmill Cafe.

Former indoor waterpark renovated to make new headquarters for KSS

KSS Enterprises brings abandoned building back to life.

Miller-Davis Company hires new communications specialist

Meet the new communications specialist at Miller-Davis.

Metal Mechanics, Inc. adds to Southwest Michigan jobs

Schoolcraft manufacturer expands and plans to add jobs.

Impact Label relocates from Kalamazoo to Galesburg

Growth pushes Impact Label to Galesburg.

Wightman & Associates, Inc. adds five new team members

Wightman & Associates, Inc. recently welcomed five professionals to its team of service providers. 

How to help make a downtown trail connection

The community is being asked to donate $50,000 as part of a crowd fundraising campaign on Patronicity to complete the connection of the Kalamazoo River Valley Trail.

Success seen in reducing invasive species along Lake Michigan shoreline

A program to protect the ecology of the Lake Michigan shoreline from invasive species is reporting success.

Hanson Technology Center opens at Lake Michigan College

The new Hanson Technology Center is showing students what technology and manufacturing can mean today. 

Here's why People's Food Co-op changed its name

New name, same mission. People's Food Co-op becomes PFC Natural Grocery and Deli and PFC Markets.

Sherry Thomas-Cloud to be new leader at Family and Children Services

After an extensive search, Family & Children Services has found its next CEO.

Alcott Health Campus gets closer to completion

Familly Health Center's  $15 million facility hopes for completion in early 2017

West Michigan Beer Tours leads beer lovers to the hops

A tour for hop lovers and those that want to know more about its harvest is coming from West Michigan Beer Tours.

Community invited to taste the latest in dining at WMU

The Valley Dining Center ribbon cutting is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sept. 1.

Work with HeroRATS brings praise for WMU professor

Dr. Alan D. Poling has done years of work with rats that detect landmines  that now is being recognized for the good it is doing across the globe.
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