Should Transportation for EFE’s be supported for all EFE classes

During the School year many high school students apply for EFE classes. An EFE class is something that students  have

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Inexpensive ways to have summer fun in Kalamazoo

Seniors get out of school May 30 soon followed by the rest of the Gull Lake Schools on June 12.

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The Best Street in Kalamazoo

With the sudden interest in everything vintage, it has become increasingly difficult to find what you want in the mall

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Illnesses you should prepare for this winter

Michigan winters can be brutal and unpredictable. One day you can go to bed with a foot of snow and

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Kalamazoo’s ‘Vintage in the Zoo’ right around the corner

Another chance to explore and shop for vintage clothing, furnishing, house appliances, and other products presents itself with next week

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KPEP’s Walnut and Park puts the ‘pep’ in preparation

Walnut and Park, located on the corner of Walnut street and Park street in downtown Kalamazoo offers a simple and

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Go on a blind date with a book at the Book Bug’s library

A chalkboard label reads “Blind Date with a Book” upon the front part of a bookshelf. Multiple books covered in

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The Kalamazoo Junior Symphony Orchestra having exciting year

The Kalamazoo Junior Symphony Orchestra (KJSO) has a lot in store for the rest of the year. The KJSO is

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Goodness is spreading throughout the communtiy

Spread Goodness Day is coming up on Friday, March 9. This is a day in Kalamazoo in which local people

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Clover Chase is up and running

Gazelle Sports and Bell’s Eccentric Cafe are hosting the Clover Chase Race on Saturday, March 10. The 5K race will

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