Bravo to Dr. McFall, DDS

Dear Editor   After reading your feature on the young Rockford student who lost her front teeth in a longboarding accident, I was gratified to learn about the community response after her insurance companies would not cover her expenses.  Bravo to Dr. McFall for offering to complete her dental repairs free of charge, and bravo […]

Back to the Bricks deserves apology

Back to the Bricks deserves apology   I am sure that as the old saying goes, there are two sides to every story. But I have to say, after reading Mr. Hatch’s letter in the Squire this week; I am extremely disappointed in hearing how the city of Rockford treated the Back to the Bricks organization.  […]

Reader appreciates comments in Fracking article

Reader appreciates comments in Fracking article   Michigan’s natural gas supply has the potential to not only help transform our own state’s energy structure, but our nation’s as well. With three shale plays within the state, Michigan continues to grow as a leader in natural gas production, creating more jobs, a more stable economy and […]

Name of sports complex not appropriate for Rockford with Editor’s Response

Name of sports complex not appropriate for Rockford   “The biggest thing to happen to Rockford since they built the dam”, and we name it Art Van Sports Complex? Seriously, what does Art Van, a big chain store, have to do with Rockford? It might as well have been named Big Lots Sports Complex if […]

Reader questions Back to the Bricks motives

  After reading a letter by Al Hatch, chairman and founder of Back to the Bricks, Inc. in last week’s “Letters To The Editor” section of THE ROCKFORD SQUIRE, several parts bothered me. For instance, “Did Mr. Hatch and his group come to promote our town or did they come to promote their group?” Mr. […]