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HELP WANTED BIG OPPORTUNITY-customer relations/general help. Paid weekly $10-$15 to start. Call now, apply tomorrow, start Monday. Growing company is in need of full-time help. Company has created several new openings in its workforce. These positions consist of customer service, account reps, team leaders, and more. Must be friendly, hardworking, and good communications skills are […]

Lakes Elementary’s Olivia Sobie: an Example in Excellence

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Radiant smile and sparkling greeting typical of sunny student Olivia Sobie, age 11, is the daughter of Lisa Sobie. Known by her teachers for her positive attitude, her warm smile and her willingness to lend a hand or give a kind word to a peer or teacher, Olivia is recognized by Lakes Elementary as an […]

RHS varsity dance team tryouts

Try out for the varsity dance team at Rockford High School, and meet the new coaching staff! Tryouts are scheduled for May 1 and 2. For more information visit www.leaguelineup.com/rhsdance.

Rockford, Algoma respond to three-car crash Tuesday

Rockford Fire and Police responded to a 4 p.m. crash at the intersection of Northland Drive and Twelve Mile Road Tuesday, April 14. One larger vehicle appeared to hit head-on with a smaller four-door and a third vehicle, also a small four-door car, was also involved. Traffic was slowed but not blocked on Northland until the vehicles were removed and rescue responders swept up debris. Rockford Ambulance was also on the scene as was Algoma Fire Department. It was unclear at press time how many people were injured or how badly, but no stretchers were visible.

 

Good Citizen

Quinn Deyer, age 13, of North Rockford Middle School, visited Rockford City Hall on Monday, April 13 to enjoy a City Council meeting. Deyer said he was attending to satisfy a requirement for a history class. Before the meeting started Rockford Mayor Chi Chi Rogers introduced herself and welcomed Deyer. Deyer was joined by several residents who spoke to council about concerns they had.