Residents hope township will deny sand mining operation

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New home owners ‘devastated’   by BETH ALTENA   When Amy Mueller and her family decided to move away from metro Detroit and relocated to a quiet home in the country, they never imagined they might end up with a commercial sand mining operation for the foreseeable future as their near next-door neighbor. The Muellers […]

North Kent Community Services and Meijer Partner to Provide Hunger Relief


Retailer’s Simply Give Food Pantry Donation Program
Campaign set to run through May 11   North Kent Community Services is proud to announce a partnership with Meijer this spring to provide much-needed hunger relief to local families through the Grand Rapids, Michigan based retailer’s customer-driven food pantry donation program, Simply Give. Each Meijer Simply Give campaign […]

The Tax Attic

There was an interesting article in Sunday’s Grand Rapids Press concerning the Internal Revenue Service. The article detailed the fact that if you are a delinquent taxpayer in Texas and you owe the federal government less than $1,000,000, the Internal Revenue Service has admitted that it is not going to pursue the collection of that […]

Peer Outreach Program at RHS

By Katy VanCuren Associate Principal Several months ago Rockford High School Counselor Sarah Young presented an idea for a new program she thought would fulfil a need at our high school. She sensed that some students were struggling coming to adults in the building with their problems or issues. She knew that students are often […]

“winterkill”

  By John Raffel It’s that time of year when anglers need to keep an eye out for “winterkill.” The Department of Natural Resources points out that when the ice melts and the winds pick up, lakes and ponds go through a period called “turnover” when water turns over from top to bottom. In this […]