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By Maggie LaNoue Contributing WriterMarch 12, 2020 Jim Robey, Upjohn Institute The keynote speaker for Albion's 2020 Economic Forecast was Jim Robey, Ph.D., of W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research The keynote speaker for Albion's 2020 Economic Forecast was Jim Robey, Ph.D. in Urban Studies from Cleveland State University. Herm McCall, the EDC Chairman of the Board, introduced Robey, after thanking Mayor Dave Atchison, and Chief Scott Kipp for their report on the City of Albion. The Recorder will print separate stories of their presentation and one about Sheridan Township's solar farms. Robey provides research and technical assistance on economic issues ... Read More
By Sylvia BenavidezContributing Writer March 5, 2020 Union Steel a couple of days before preparations to tear the building down begins. “The Land Bank wants us to be successful in this effort because the colony at Union Steel has been very well-known and has been a topic of conversation in the community for a long time. No one wants the animals to be harmed, but they want them safely evacuated.” Selected members of Friends of Albion Animals familiar with trapping cats took turns patiently waiting outside the fence line of the old Union Steel this last weekend in February in hopes ... Read More
By Sylvia BenavidezContributing Writer February 6, 2020 Six-year-old Emerick's dark blue cardboard shark sled won first place while nine-year-old Vivian's purple sled with delicate trim won third place. Although there is art in music and food, the joy of creating a cardboard sled together as a family could be seen on the winner’s faces for the best-decorated sled. Various flavors of hot chocolate flowed at Yesterday’s News and the Foundry Bakehouse & Deli, crafts and games at the Library and Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum, a princess tea at Stirling Books & Brew, and great music at Albion Malleable Brewing Company ... Read More
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