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April 2017


Keeping Jackson healthy and active

This month’s issue features organizations that keep Jackson residents healthy. On our cover is Jackson County Department on Aging Director Marce Wandell; the Department on Aging offers a number of services and activities for local seniors. Also in this issue is a look at the new developments at Henry Ford Allegiance Health and an article about the expanded Jackson VA Outpatient Clinic. Read it online here!


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March 2017


Meet the Best

In this issue we reveal the winners of the annual Best of Jackson contest. We have winners in six categories: Best Bank, Best Beer and Wine Merchant, Best Eye Care Practice, Best Jeweler, Best Lawn Mowing Company, and Best Taco. We also feature all the finalists in each category. On the cover is Nick Singh of Kibby Cobb Liquor and Deli. Look inside to find out all the winners!


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February 2017


Personal Touch

Featured on the cover of this month’s Jackson Magazine are South Central Credit Union CEO Terri Papiersky and Executive VP Eric Samon. The two discuss how new technology at the credit union is helping to better serve customers. Also in this technology-focused issue is a look at the Textbook Zero Initiative at Jackson College, which replaces books with digital learning tools. Read it online today!


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Jackson Living 2017


Jackson Living 2017

Available online now is the 2017 issue of Jackson Living, the annual official publication of the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce. The full-color guide includes a Membership Directory of all Chamber members, as well as a Buying Guide, listed by business type. A special section in this issue looks at the vision for downtown Jackson, featuring detailed illustrations of both what the city could look like as well as plans that are already under way. Read it online today!


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December 2016


Meet the 30 and Under Class!

For the ninth year, we honor the top young professionals in Jackson County. Inside this issue you’ll meet the 12 honorees of the 2016 30 and Under class who are recognized for success on the job as well as their involvement in the community. Also, we look back at five members of the 30 and Under class from 2011 and see how their lives and careers have evolved in the past five years. Read it today!


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Working In Jackson

Working In Jackson


Downtown Jackson

This month Jackson Magazine heads to downtown Jackson, looking at a variety of businesses. On the cover is Mindy Bradish-Orta, who helms three organizations – the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce, Experience Jackson, and the Anchor Initiative – and is one of the leaders changing the face of downtown. This issue also features Bond and Company, which has called downtown home for decades, and Gilbert Chocolates, which has moved its manufacturing facility and retail store downtown. Bonus issue: Included in November is a special Working in Jackson issue, which highlights businesses 25 years and up. Read it online today!


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November 2016


Downtown Jackson

This month Jackson Magazine heads to downtown Jackson, looking at a variety of businesses. On the cover is Mindy Bradish-Orta, who helms three organizations – the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce, Experience Jackson, and the Anchor Initiative – and is one of the leaders changing the face of downtown. This issue also features Bond and Company, which has called downtown home for decades, and Gilbert Chocolates, which has moved its manufacturing facility and retail store downtown. Bonus issue: Included in November is a special Working in Jackson issue, which highlights businesses 25 years and up. Read it online today!


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October 2016


Women in Business

This month, we feature successful women in three different industries. On the cover is Michelle Moore, owner of Not So Shabby, Oh! So Chic, a growing business that also offers a variety of art classes. Inside you will read about Johnene Gaston, who realized her dream by opening Quality Life Hearing Center, and Dr. Meaghan Brent, who has successfully grown her chiropractic practice. Read it cover to cover online!


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September 2016


Honoring our Angels

For the ninth year, Jackson Magazine is recognizing the shining stars in the local health care community. These awards honor people in all areas of the health care industry who go above and beyond their job description to care for their patients and the community as a whole. The awards include a special Legacy Award, honoring a man who has made a tremendous impact on senior care in Jackson. Read their stories online today!


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August 2016


Dining in Jackson

This month we look at an always-popular topic – Food & Dining. Featured on our cover are Carlos and Rachel Perez of Chilango’s; they own and operate four restaurants in the county, all featuring authentic Mexican cuisine. Also in this issue is a look at Rudy’s Drive-In, the only drive-in spot in Jackson. Always crowded during the summer, the restaurant brings burgers, fries, root beer and more right to your car. And we also spotlight the new, popular outdoor seating at The Oak Tree Lounge. Read it online today!


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July 2016


Making it happen

As it is every year, the July issue of Jackson Magazine is all about the local manufacturing industry. On our cover is Diversified Engineering & Plastics and its President & CEO, Anita-Maria Quillen. We also feature Alro Steel, which is celebrating 100 years of metals, as well as the Lean training available at the Jackson Area Career Center. This issue also includes the Jackson Area Manufacturers Association Membership Directory. Read it online from cover to cover!


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June 2016


New life for old buildings

Real Estate is the theme for this issue, and we look at it from various perspectives. Our cover story looks at how companies have radically transformed and re-purposed old buildings. For instance, Richmond Brothers moved from its Napoleon location to a former airplane hangar at the Jackson County Airport. Consumers Energy recently unveiled its Innovation Center, and the Jackson Candy & Fudge Factory underwent a three-year-long renovation. Also inside, we look at companies that have boosted their visibility by moving to a new location, and we examine the state of the local real estate market.


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May 2016


Top Teachers of 2016

For the sixth year, Jackson Magazine has named the five Top Teachers of Jackson County. Karen Brockie from Hanover Horton Elementary is the Teacher of the Year, and she receives $5,000, thanks to a grant from the Jackson Community Foundation and the Hurst Foundation. The four Top Teachers receive $1,000 grants each, for classroom use and/or personal development. Read all about these five extraordinary teachers today!


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