Reds hosts recital for Rockford High School choir students

  While many recent high school graduates are busy with summer jobs, planning for college or pursuing career opportunities, seven young women from Rockford have been studying all summer—and loving it! Rockford High School class of 2009 graduates Dani McDonald, Danea Mather, Michelle Morgan, Liz Downer, Rena Steed, Shannon Wilson and Cristin Jamba have been […]

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Colemans celebrate 50 years

Jim and Kay (Ziegler) Coleman of Rockford will celebrate 50 years of marriage on September 12, 2009, with an open house on Sunday, Sept. 6, at the Rockford Community Cabin from 4 to 8 p.m. Their friends in the community are welcome to attend. The couple were married in 1959 in Fond Du Lac, Wis. […]

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City of Rockford may say no to federal stimulus money

Rockford City Manager Michael Young said the federal restrictions on money provided by the stimulus program may make the cash not worth the effort. Before Rockford City Council on Monday, August 10, Young told the board that Rockford may receive approval for stimulus monies for a $120,000 project to repave Main Street. Because handicap ramps […]

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MCC announces spring 2009 honors lists

The Montcalm Community College spring 2009 semester honors lists include 596 students. Of these, 308 students obtained a 3.7 to 4.0 grade-point average (GPA), earning them a place on the President’s Honors List or the Part-time President’s Honors List, and 288 students earned a place on the Honors List or Part-time Honors List with GPAs […]

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School Beat – August 13, 2009

by RYAN KELLEY, Ed.D. Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum If you are the parent of a high school student, you are aware that the State of Michigan has increased the number of courses that are required to graduate—the new requirements are known as the Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC). Among these new requirements are four years of […]

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