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Rich Bradley tabbed Assistant Coach for SAU Men’s and Women’s Bowling

SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – Spring Arbor University head men’s and women’s bowling coach Michael Hall has announced the addition of Rich Bradley as an assistant coach with the Cougar bowling programs.   Bradley began his bowling career at the young age of five years old. His love for the sport continued to grow over the years and, after teaching his children to bowl, the transition to coaching others seemed inevitable.   After coaching two seasons at Western High School in Parma, Michigan, in 2013 Bradley moved on to be the assistant boy’s and girl’s coach for the successful Vikings of Jackson High School. He currently is lucky enough to coach both his kids at the high school level. While coaching for the Vikings, he has helped coach individual State qualifiers at both the Division I and Division II levels. Also, Bradley was instrumental in leading the Lady Vikings to several first place tournament wins, back-to-back regional championships and a runner-up finish in the Division II State Championship.   Bradley and his wife, Emily, and their two children, reside and bowl in Jackson, Michigan.   The Cougars will begin their inaugural season at the Warrior Classic, hosted by Rochester College, in…

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Thursday, June 30

Scott Salow, Homer High School Baseball Coach, and Players;  Peter Bormuth, Candidate for State Representative, 64th District;  Gary Jones & Jim O’Brien, Michigan State Parks;  Heather Price, Sandhill Crane Vineyards;  Dave DeBaker, Entertainment Correspondent;  Brian Surgener, Jackson Coffee Company

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City of Jackson Enters Option Agreement for Hotel Hayes Redevelopment

Jackson officials entered into an option agreement this week with Home Renewal System, LLC to redevelop the Hayes Hotel downtown. HRS Senior Vice President Shannon Morgan said the company plans to incorporate the hotel into a mixed use development including market-rate apartments, hotel rooms and space for commercial applications. HRS has a long history of redeveloping historic structures in the state of Michigan, including a $15.3 million renovation of a vacant orphanage in Marquette and the development of a 38-apartent building for seniors at a long-vacant high school in Freemont. The agreement grants HRS the ability to begin development on the Jackson landmark for 12 months at the cost of $1. If the developer exercises the option to buy within the year, the purchase price for the property would be $120,001. “We handpicked the Hayes Hotel because it is a beautiful landmark building that is easily walkable to conveniences, amenities and opportunities in downtown Jackson,” Morgan said. “The success of all our projects is based on establishing local partnerships. We are very excited to bring new life to this historic asset and be part of the resurgence of downtown Jackson.” HRS has directed the development of 25,000 housing units throughout…

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Wednesday, June 29

Interview with Governor Rick Snyder;  Bill Jors, Jackson’s Mayor;  Ron Geisman, President, Lomar Machine;  Mike Archer, Mortgage 1 Jackson;  Bart’s Visit to a Bee Farm with Brian Surgener;  Ryan Vogt & Sean Vogt, Performance Automotive Northwest

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