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5:08 pm
Thu May 22, 2014

Girls On The Run Delivers Lessons Beyond The Finish Line

Members of Girls on the Run - Calhoun County show off a motivational poster. The group's 5-K takes place on May 30 at Binder Park Zoo.
Credit Courtesy of Hope Grable

When you are training for a race, you are learning how to pace yourself, how to be calm, and how to deal with roadblocks. The same principles can easily be applied to daily life.

Just ask Emily and Sydney - two fourth graders who are members of the Calhoun County branch of Girls on The Run

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Local Attractions
3:52 pm
Thu May 22, 2014

When the Cascade Falls Open, Summer Starts in Jackson

The Cascade Falls in Jackson
Credit Nancy Camden

The Cascade Falls in Jackson, a destination for summer entertainment, opens Memorial Day Weekend and runs nightly through Labor Day.

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WMUK News
12:00 am
Thu May 22, 2014

Why Courtesy Matters in "Bike Friendly Kalamazoo"

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Bike Friendly Kalamazoo's Paul Selden on drivers and cyclists getting along

The members of Bike Friendly Kalamazoo have some ideas for how to make local roads safer and more inviting for cyclists.

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WMUK News
12:00 am
Wed May 21, 2014

Kalamazoo Area Could See Network of Bike Routes

The proposed bike routes would extend throughout the KATS area.
Credit Paul Selden / Bike Friendly Kalamazoo

Steve Stepek on how to make the Kalamazoo area more bike-friendly

A local bike-advocacy group and a federally mandated planning agency have worked together on a proposal for a network of bicycle routes covering Kalamazoo County and extending into Van Buren County.

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Literacy Council
7:37 am
Tue May 20, 2014

WSW: Wiping Out Adult Illiteracy

Anthony Everson, a 53-year-old warehouse worker from Kalamazoo, and his tutor, Carl Ill, a retired principal and English teacher, work together in March. They've been meeting for the last 1 1/2 years.
Credit Earlene McMichael, WMUK

WestSouthwest for May 21st

The Kalamazoo Adult Literacy Council says not being able to read is an invisible impairment -- or at least one easy to conceal. 

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