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Emily Moorhead Named New President of Henry Ford Jackson Hospital

 (December 2, 2022 10:29 AM) Henry Ford Health System today announced the new president for Henry Ford Jackson Hospital. Emily Moorhead, FACHE, has accepted the  position, effective immediately. Moorhead has served as interim president since February 2022, and prior to that, her role was chief operating officer. Moorhead will lead the Henry Ford Jackson campus in collaboration with the executive leadership team and oversee the hospital’s planning and operations. She will continue the focus on providing a high quality, safe environment while emphasizing patient, team member and physician engagement.   “I am continually inspired by the strength and heart of this organization,” said Moorhead. “It is truly an honor to continue to work with such a strong team and committed community.”  A seasoned executive leader, Moorhead brings more than 15 years of experience to the role. Before coming to Henry Ford Health, she held leadership positions in hospital operations and health system strategy at Tenet and Trinity Health.   “Emily is a transformational leader,” said Denise Brooks-Williams, Henry Ford Health’s Senior Vice President, and Chief Executive Officer of Market Operations. “We are so pleased she will have the opportunity to build on the momentum she’s already inspired in this critical leadership…

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Extreme Dodge Jackson County Scoreboard December 1, 2022

Girls basketball Hudson 57, East Jackson 47: The Lady Trojans lost on the road in non-conference action.  Reading 56, Michigan Center 50: Julia Reynolds scored 22 points and added seven rebounds for Michigan Center in the Wednesday night loss. Aaralyn Tripp scored seven points and grabbed nine rebounds for the Cardinals. Reading made nine 3-point baskets in the win.  On Deck for Dec. 2, 2022 Girls basketball Columbia Central at Jonesville 7 p.m.  Hanover-Horton at Homer 7 p.m. Grass Lake at Leslie (Olivet) 7 p.m.  Northwest at Jackson 7 p.m.  Colon at Jackson Christian 6:30 p.m.  Michigan Center at Lakewood (Olivet) 5:30 p.m.  Haslett at Western 7 p.m.  Hockey Kalamazoo Eagles at Lumen Christi (Optimist) 6 p.m. 

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Friday, December 2, 2022

Friday JTV News presents The Morning Show. Today, Andy and Jenifer’s guests:  Craig Hatch, Jackson County Chamber of Commerce and Experience Jackson.  Kelly Grygiel and Erica Estelle, American 1 Credit Union.  Phil Tripp, Tripp’s Auto Shop.  Ric Walton, The Walton Insurance Group.   9 AM and 11 AM.  Replay from November 30. Friday on The Bart Hawley Show:  While Bart is away this week, we feature Friday JTV's 22nd anniversary show from October.   1, 5, 8, and 11 PM;  2 and 5 AM.     Food Circus:   Two fantastic young chefs dazzle us in the kitchen. First, Abbey Frew makes fish tacos with an avocado sauce and cucumber and pineapple salsa. Then, Kadence Divietri makes chicken roulade. Where We Live:  It’s the holiday season, so it is time to once again visit Gwinn’s Christmas Tree Farm in Horton.  Presented by Lloyd Ganton Retirement Centers. The Jackson Show:   Jackson Story Fest Celebrates 35 Years of Storytelling in the Jackson community. Adam Mellema and Jenifer Strauss Share Their Personal Stories, Continuing The Tradition of StoryFest. At Home Jackson:  AB Cleaning – A clean house creates a happy home, and the services of AB Cleaning can take care of yours! We will be joined by owner Brett Pond as we go over tips to de-clutter and clean up your…

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Events of December 2, 3, and 4, 2022

Friday, December 2 Hanging of the Greens.  7 to 10 PM.  Spring Arbor University will host the 22nd annual Hanging of the Greens tonight! It’s a fun night filled with Christmas music, candle lighting, fireworks, and a community reception that includes horse and wagon rides, balloon artists, kids’ activities, roasted almonds, cookies, cocoa, and more! The event begins with a concert at The Arbor Church featuring students from our music department. Following the concert, everyone will walk to the university plaza for a candle lighting and “Silent Night” sing-a-long. Fireworks will follow the candle lighting and kick off the community Christmas party. The School of Education faculty and students will provide fun Christmas activities for kids, horse and wagon rides will carry guests through campus, cookies, cocoa and other yummy Christmas treats will be served, and more! All events are free and open to the general public. All ages are encouraged to attend. Parking is available at The Arbor Church. Columbia Central presents “CLUE”.  Columbia Central High School Auditorium.  CLUE is a murder mystery comedy.  The performance is based on the movie from 1985, which is based on the board game. Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7 PM. Matinees on Saturday…

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Spring Arbor Women’s Soccer Punches Ticket to NAIA Semifinals

Spring Arbor University players celebrate the victory over WCU on Thursday.  Photo courtesy Spring Arbor University. (December 1, 2022 4:48 PM) For the seventh time in program history, Spring Arbor University has reached the NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship Semifinals after defeating William Carey University 1-0 on Thursday.  Lexi Ponstein provided the game-winner, finding the back of the net in the seventh minute, while Blair Currie was outstanding between the pipes making a season-best 11 saves.  GAME HIGHLIGHTS  Spring Arbor scored the only goal of the match in the seventh minute. Ponstein forced a William Carey turnover just outside the 18-yard box, quickly collected the ball and blasted a shot from the top of the box past the Crusader keeper.  William Carey, which entered the day with the second-most goals scored in the NAIA this season, searched desperately for an equalizer in the second half, recording 20 shots in the period. However, Currie and the SAU defense were up to the task and kept the high-powered Crusaders off the scoreboard.   Currie registered a season-best 11 saves in the shutout victory.  The clean sheet was the 19th of the year for SAU – tied for the most in the country.…

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Eastbound I-94 Closed Early Saturday for Sign Truss Installation

(December 1, 2022 5:36 PM) The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will close eastbound I-94 between Airport Road and US-127/M-50/West Avenue for the placement of a sign truss. Start date: 4 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022 Completion date: 8 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022 Traffic restrictions: Traffic will be detoured via northbound Airport Road to eastbound Springport Road, then southbound US-127/M-50 to reenter eastbound I-94. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.

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TRUE Community Credit Union Named a Detroit Free Press Winner of the Michigan Top Workplaces 2022 Award

(December 1, 2022 11:41 AM) TRUE Community Credit Union has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2022 honor by Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces. This is the eighth Top Workplaces Award TRUE CCU has received in less than 10 years. “We are so humbled to receive the award of Top Workplace,” said Chrissy Siders, President and CEO of TRUE Community Credit Union. “Attaining this honor is a reflection of our commitment to value people over profit, process, and product. We work hard to create and protect an inclusive environment where differences are celebrated, diversity is embraced, and our whole selves are seen and accepted. The employee engagement survey is a true testament to that work and our value of two-way feedback, graciously welcomed and respectfully given. We can’t wait to dig into the valuable feedback our employees provided to ensure our workplace always remains committed to a culture that listens, understands, and responds to the needs of our employees.” The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by employee engagement technology partner Energage LLC. The confidential survey uniquely measures 15 culture drivers critical to the success of any organization, including alignment, execution, and connection, just…

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JCHD Reminds of Services Available on World AIDS Day

(December 1, 2022 9:24 AM) The Jackson County Health Department would like to remind the community that Thursday, December 1, 2022 is World AIDS Day. This year, the United States Government’s theme is “Putting Ourselves to the Test: Achieving Equity to End HIV “. The theme encourages people to unite globally to eliminate the disparities and inequities that create barriers to HIV testing, prevention, and access to HIV care. First observed in 1988, World AIDS Day is a day to unite, to help end HIV, and to remember those lost to AIDS-related illnesses. World AIDS Day remains as relevant today as it has always been, reminding people and governments that HIV has not gone away. The 2022 World AIDS Day theme also emphasizes accountability and action by highlighting the importance of HIV testing. “Everyone should get tested for HIV and know their status. We are advancing a status-neutral approach to HIV testing that puts equity at the forefront. Under this approach, no matter what the outcome of the test, people should be connected with the necessary HIV prevention and treatment services, including strategies to address social determinants of health and barriers to access,” said Kaye Hayes, HHS Deputy Assistant Secretary…

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Extreme Dodge Jackson County Scoreboard November 30, 2022

Girls basketball Lansing Christian 39, Jackson Christian 23: The Royals lost in its home opener against Lansing Christian on Wednesday.  Hockey Jackson United 3, Kalamazoo 3: Jackson United tallied its second consecutive tie of the season at Wings Stadium on Wednesday. Cougar Fagan, Aiden Chappell, and Wyatt Boteler scored for JU in the game.  On Deck for Dec. 1, 2022 Girls basketball East Jackson at Hudson 7 p.m. 

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Thursday, December 1, 2022

Thursday JTV News presents The Morning Show. Today, Andy and Jenifer’s guests:  Craig Hatch, Jackson County Chamber of Commerce and Experience Jackson.  Kelly Grygiel and Erica Estelle, American 1 Credit Union.  Phil Tripp, Tripp’s Auto Shop.  Ric Walton, The Walton Insurance Group.   9 AM and 11 AM.  Replay from November 30. Thursday on The Bart Hawley Show:  While Bart is away this week, we will be taking you back to some memorable Bart Hawley Show road trips.  Today, our trip to Chicago in 2001; Marine Corps Recruit Depot and Base Camp Pendleton in San Diego from 2013.   1, 5, 8, and 11 PM;  2 and 5 AM.     Food Circus:   Two fantastic young chefs dazzle us in the kitchen. First, Abbey Frew makes fish tacos with an avocado sauce and cucumber and pineapple salsa. Then, Kadence Divietri makes chicken roulade. Where We Live:  It's the holiday season, so it is time to once again visit Gwinn's Christmas Tree Farm in Horton.  Presented by Lloyd Ganton Retirement Centers. The Jackson Show:   Jackson Story Fest Celebrates 35 Years of Storytelling in the Jackson community. Adam Mellema and Jenifer Strauss Share Their Personal Stories, Continuing The Tradition of StoryFest. At Home Jackson:  AB Cleaning – A clean house creates a happy home, and the services of…

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