Consumers Energy Issues ‘Safety First’ Message

Consumers Energy is advising outdoor enthusiasts to practice extreme caution when taking part in activities on or near open water surrounding its generating and hydroelectric plants. “During the winter months we want outdoor enthusiasts to be aware that ice is very unpredictable, particularly near generating plants where water temperatures and current can create thin ice,” […]

Do I Need a Corporation, a Partnership or an LLC for my business?

Prior to starting a new business it is important to select the proper legal structure.   It is possible to start a business by yourself without creating any separate structure; this type of structure is commonly called a “Sole Proprietorship”. In a Sole Proprietorship all income and expenses are recognized by you on your income […]

Members of Boy Scout Troop 282


Members of Boy Scout Troop 282 and Cub Scout Pack 3282 celebrated Boy Scouts of America’s (BSA) 105th anniversary on February 8, 2015 with their charter organization North Kent Presbyterian Church (NKPC) on Boy Scout Sunday.   Each year Boy Scouts across the nation gather to celebrate Scout Sunday as they live out their oath: “to […]

Forest Hills Eastern High School Chorale and Concert Band perform at the Walt Disney World Resort

Students take part in the Disney Performing Arts Program in Orlando, Fla. Members of Forest Hills Eastern High School Chorale and Concert Band became stars of their own Disney show when they entertained resort guests at Waterside Stage at Downtown Disney. The group traveled over 1,200 miles from Ada, Mich. to the Walt Disney World […]

Ashley Mann completes ‘magical’ internship

  Ashely Mann, a 2009 graduate of Rockford High School is completing her schooling at Central Michigan University. She recently had a great opportunity and is finishing her internship at Walt Disney World. She had a magical experience during those six months starting back in August and said it is hard to leave. She would […]