Who is teaching whom? part II

Obedience training for your pets by SAM HYER When your “fur child” is about six months old, it is time to begin a program of more advanced obedience training. You need to put aside some time for training each and every day. Plan on spending half an hour each day to work with your dog—15 […]

What are your New Year’s Eve traditions?

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by ANA OLVERA “For New Year’s Eve I just hang out with friends and family now, but when I was in high school I would watch whichever Lord of the Rings movie was out, decorate my room, dress up drinking fake wine, and watch the ball drop on tv.” —Amanda Turner Rockford       […]

Rockford man’s animatronic creations may make second career

Cory Ackerman thought life as he knew it was over when he was diagnosed with a debilitating brain tumor. He found a new way to apply his old skills when he volunteered to create animatronic props for an American Legion fundraiser.

Cory Ackerman used to work on robotics for a factory in Boston and traveled the United States as part of his job. A brain tumor ended that career and landed him back in his hometown of Rockford. A member of the Rockford American Legion Post, Ackerman heard about a party fundraiser the post planned for […]

Waltzing worries away popular at ambulance station

  Thirteen-year-old Tessa Paul-Cox didn’t really want to go to the free dance classes her mother Sandra has been enjoying so much, but once she arrived, she saw many others were having a great time. Sandra and Tessa were two of about 30 people who showed up on an off-day practice session on Tuesday, November […]

Wolverine World Wide Inc. names Krueger as chairman of board

Wolverine World Wide Inc. (NYSE: WWW) today announced the appointment of Blake W. Krueger as Chairman of the Board of Directors effective January 1, 2010, succeeding Timothy J. O’Donovan, who will continue to serve on the Board of Directors. Krueger has been an executive of Wolverine World Wide for more than 16 years and, in […]