Sehvilla Mann

Local Government/Education Reporter

Sehvilla Mann joined WMUK’s news team in January 2014 as a reporter on the local government and education beats. Before that she covered a variety of topics, including environmental issues, for Bloomington, Indiana NPR and PBS affiliates WFIU and WTIU. She’s also written and produced stories for the Pacifica Network and WYSO Public Radio in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Sehvilla holds a B.A. in French from Earlham College and an M.A. in journalism from Indiana University.

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Bonnie Nye does not love driving on Interstate 94. In fact, now that she's not commuting, the retired nurse from Lawton says she avoids that road "like the plague." But she does have a question about it. 


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Kalamazoo County is the latest Michigan government to offer a local ID card. Supporters say the IDs will help residents who don’t have state identification to access essential services such as banking and filling a prescription. 

Kalamazoo Public Library Local History Room

Workers at Kalamazoo's Shakespeare Company walked off the job in September 1948, but a couple of months later, the sporting-goods maker had made no concessions. That's when a "flying squadron" of strike supporters arrived from Detroit.


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Kalamazoo County will reboot its Veterans Affairs Committee. That’s after the state attorney general’s office found that the county cannot legally dissolve the board.

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Voters in the Kalamazoo Public Schools district will see a bond issue on the May 8th ballot. If approved, the bonds would provide the district with more than $96 million. KPS is seeking a 1.25-mill property tax increase to pay the debt.

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