Two Western Michigan University women aviators will join 50 other teams of women pilots Tuesday through Friday, June 21-24, for the 2016 Air Race Classic, an 87-year-old, cross-country race featuring top women flyers from around the nation. READ MORE!
The recent passing of long-time board member Anna Whitten required the naming of a replacement board member by the Kalamazoo Valley Community College Board of Trustees. READ MORE!
Contributed by Kalamazoo Institute of Arts Tuesday, June 21, noon ARTBreak: Illustrated reading with artist Mary Hatch and poet Elizabeth Kerlikowske Kalamazoo artist Mary
Bronson Battle Creek Cancer Care Center is the first and only cancer center in Michigan to offer the DigniCap – a scalp cooling system that helps reduce hair loss in breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. READ MORE!
“What can we do to make Kalamazoo’s Eastside neighborhood the best place to live and thrive?” is the question Eastside residents will discuss during, “Eastside Pride: A Community Conversation,” Thursday evening, June 23.
Can-Do Kitchen offers amazing opportunities for those interested in cooking as a business! READ MORE!
Kalamazoo County Environmental Health, monitors nine public bathing beaches weekly for levels of E. coli bacteria. Results of samples taken on Monday, June 20, 2016 from the bathing beach area at Sunset Lake Park located on Page Street, between Frakes Street and McKain Street in the Village of Vicksburg, revealed the surface water quality at the beach area did not meet Michigan’s Water Quality Standards for total body contact recreation. READ MORE!
Cyclists in June 7th tragic crash medical status.
Musicians have learned that KSO management has rented out all open space in the Epic Center and hired extra security presumably to remove “unauthorized” people from the building. Musicians and patrons will also be leafleting outside the event. READ MORE!
The Executive Board of the Metropolitan Kalamazoo Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) mourns the passing of a beloved community leader, educator and human rights pioneer, Reverend Dr. Charles C. Warfield. READ MORE!