Rams fall to Grand Ledge before thumping Grand Haven

The boy’s basketball team from Rockford continued their tour of some of the top teams in the state when they hosted an unbeaten contingent from Grand Ledge on Tuesday, February 10th. The Rams fell to the powerful Comets at Rockford by a score of 61-44 to fall to 5-9 on the season. The game marked […]

Rockford Students Present “Seussical” The Musical

The Broadway hit Seussical has traveled the world since its premiere in 2000. In a fun score and clever book, many of Dr. Seuss’ most popular stories come to life and are interwoven. Rockford students have been busy since their November auditions putting their unique stamp on this fun and entertaining musical. Seussical is of […]

Kent District Library Launches 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Kent District Library presents 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten at all 18 KDL branches. All children, infant through Kindergarten, are encouraged to participate in this program designed to prepare kids for school. The American Academy of Pediatrics promotes reading aloud to children daily, beginning in infancy. Families can visit their local KDL branch to get registered […]

Top 3 Misconceptions about Cruising

By Lori Visser, Travel Specialist   1: Cruise ships are “germ factories”, I’ll get sick on-board. 2: I get seasick; I wouldn’t be able to stay on a ship that long. 3: There’s nothing to do, I’ll feel trapped. I have realized that there are basically three types of people when it comes to cruises. […]

Rockford Area Historical Society News and Updates

Terry Konkle – President   The first Rockford Area Historical Society (RAHS) Newsletter (Powerhouse Post) of the new 2015 was sent out to members at the end of January. Because membership renewals are due at the beginning of each year, an envelope with the society address on it was enclosed to make it easier to […]