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Located forty miles from Ann Arbor Jackson was founded in 1829 and named after President Andrew Jackson. Jackson is one of the possible birth places for the Republican party and can claim being the location for the first meeting of a group to refer to themselves as Republicans in 1854. Today main employers in the city include CMS Energy and Michigan Automotive Compressor Inc. James Earl Jones, famous actor and voice of Darth Vader is from Jackson.

Population: 36316
Local Newspapers: The Jackson Citizen Patriot
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Baker College Spring Arbor University

Zip Codes associated with jackson, michigan: 49017 49201 49202 49203
Towns/Cities near jackson, michigan : Michigan Center Spring Arbor Grass Lake Vandercook Lake Leslie

Jackson News
Daybook: Recent drunken driving sentencings in the Jackson County area

The following are drinking and driving sentences from Jackson County District Court. Defendants' home towns were at the time of sentencing.

One person injured in Jackson shooting; suspect arrested

UPDATE 2:05 p.m. - The lockdown at Jackson HIgh School has been lifted. Jackson Police tell 6 News that one suspect is in custody and one man is in a local hospital after being shot several times.

Travis Tritt's downtown Jackson concert nearly sold out for Friday night

Only about 30 isolated seats remain unsold from the approximately 1,200 seats at the Michigan Theatre of Jackson for Friday night's Travis Tritt concert, said Executive Director Steve Tucker. This will be the fullest the theater has been for an event since Tucker took over in 2012, he said.

Homeowner rudely awakened by man armed with knife

Police say a Jackson man was rudely awakened from his slumber by and armed man who entered his home and demanded money early Thursday morning. The man, who lives in the 1600 block of E. Michigan Avenue, told police he woke up at about 12:36 a.m. Feb. 16 to find a masked man armed with a knife hovering over his bed, said Jackson Interim Director of Police and Fire Services Elmer Hitt.

Danielle M. Eriksen: Those who rely on service dogs are harmed by pet owners who break the law

Wonder, the retired service dog for Ehlena Fry, 12, of Jackson, Michigan, waits outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Oct. 31. Fry, who has cerebral palsy, was banned from bringing Wonder to class when she was 5 years old, and the court was hearing oral arguments in her case.

Jackson Magazinea s a oeBest of Jacksona

Jackson Magazine is taking RSVPs for their popular "Best of Jackson" Wednesday, March 1st at the Ella Sharp Museum Community Room. Doors open at 5:30 pm and the program begins at 6:30 pm.

MSP: intoxicated driver arrested during traffic stop for performing an improper turn

The Michigan State Police Jackson post provided the following log of activities for the weekend of Feb. 10 to Feb. 12 with troopers investigating 46 incidents and calls for service. Jackson County, City of Jackson: Troopers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for performing an improper turn.

Knutsona s Coyote Bounty Hunt

Tom Knutson of Knutson's Sporting Goods says that Jackson has a big coyote problem, so Knutson's is sponsoring a coyote bounty hunt with a couple of thousand dollars in prizes. Knutson says some areas are inundated Coyotes must be brought to Knutson's between 8 am and 6 pm and registered by a Knutson's employee.

Daybook: Recent births in the Jackson County area

BALLARD , JaKisha L., of Jackson, a son, Ja'Zye Amir, born February 9, 8 pounds at Henry Ford Allegiance Health. Grandparents are Bobbie Jones of Jackson, Jabbar Ballard of Indianapolis, Ind., and Tara McClinton of Lansing.

Real estate firm looks to close sale on former Citizen Patriot building

A New York City real estate asset management firm is close to owning the former Jackson Citizen Patriot building, 214 S. Jackson St. Twenty Lake Holdings, which specializes in newspaper properties, is looking to close on the sale of the Citizen Patriot building and four other Advance Publications buildings - including one other in Michigan. The firm hopes to close on the sale around March 31, said Director Jay H. Yang.

Watch this 81-year-old retired educator rap for LGBTQ rights at his city council meeting

Rap has always been a powerful catalyst for social change - even when the person rapping is an 81-year-old retired educator from the middle of Michigan named "Mr. T." Don Tassie is a former superintendent in Jackson, Michigan, schools and a leader of the "Be more kind movement." Recently, Tassie decided to come out in support of an anti-discrimination ordinance his city council was considering by performing a little rap.

Rudolph J. Kristoff

Rudolph J. Kristoff, 89, formerly of Jackson, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 18. Born in the Town of Beecher, the sixth of seven children, to Andrew and Anna Kristoff, immigrants from Slovakia, he grew up on a small farm in Dunbar and graduated as salutatorian from Pembine High School in 1945.

Jackson City Council approves non-discrimination ordinance

Council members listen to public comment at the Jackson City Council meeting held at the Michigan Theatre, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, in Jackson, Mich. The council was hearing comment and voting on a a proposed non-discrimination ordinance.

Open carry stunt at Michigan police department backfires

An on-camera stunt apparently designed to make a point about civil liberties ended in the arrest of two men Sunday. Police in Dearborn, MI, said they charged the men with breach of peace after they walked into a police station wearing tactical vests, one of them carrying an AP-14 firearm and a handgun.

Catholic Charities invites community to new facility

Catholic Charities of Jackson, Lenawee and Hillsdale counties is hosting an open house at its new location. The new building at 3425 Francis St. allows the organization to expand its human services to clients, including on-site foster care and adoption services, according to a Catholic Charities news release.

Daybook: Recent births in the Jackson County area

BAKER , Kiara M., and BROWN , Cory K., of Jackson, a son, Krisshaun Anthony Brown, born January 30, 8 pounds, 2 ounces at Henry Ford Allegiance Health. Grandparents are Koleato Baker of Jackson, Tonya Wright of Detroit, Dirk Gunter of Garland, Texas, and David Devoir of Stevensville.

Vote against LGBT rights ordinance is a vote for bigotry, intolerance

On Tuesday, Feb. 7, City Council has the opportunity to rectify that by approving the second reading of a non-discrimination ordinance that would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, public housing and public accommodations. Nearly 500 people packed City Council chambers Jan. 24 when the issue came up for a first reading.

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