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LSJLansing State Journal
LSJLondon School of Journalism (UK)
LSJLinguistic Society of Japan (est. 1938)
LSJLiddell-Scott-Jones (Greek-English Lexicon)
LSJLibrary Student Journal (various universities)
LSJLaser Society of Japan
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In addition, Rebecca Poynter Steckler, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing of Michigan.com for the Detroit market area, will succeed Priester as president of Gannett Mid-Michigan and president of the Lansing State Journal effective 1 August 2016.
Randle, formerly of the Lansing State Journal in Michigan, said the nature of news is evolving and newspapers must evolve with it.
Kate O'Neill has covered dance for the Detroit Free Press, Lansing State Journal, and Dance Magazine.
Professor Mohammed Ayoob, the head of the Muslim Studies program at Michigan State University (MSU) told the Lansing State Journal two opposing trends are developing in the media coverage of the post9/11 Muslim world.
"I am far less concerned for the person than for the snake," owner Rick Preuss told the Lansing State Journal. The theft was captured on the store's security camera.
Felpausch Pharmacies will remain open during normal hours on Wednesday, but will be closed Thursday and will reopen Friday, reports the Lansing State Journal
Local Michigan newspaper the Lansing State Journal reported last week that police officers at the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport have begun patrolling the airport's McNamara and Smith terminals, concourses, ticket counters and curbside areas on three new battery-powered, all-electric Segway Human Transporters (HTs).
"The Diocese of Lansing won't withhold Communion from Catholic politicians who support abortion rights, Bishop Carl Mengeling said last week," reported James McCurtis of the Lansing State Journal on May 2.
Local Michigan newspaper the Lansing State Journal recently reported that officials with the St.
After a few years, he returned to his home state of Michigan and the Lansing State Journal. That's where he was working in 1980, when he was asked to be part of something new called USA Today.