Adrian College announces spring 2009 Dean’s List

Two local students were named to the spring 2009 Dean’s List at Adrian College. They were senior Susan Walden of Rockford, a graduate of Rockford High School, and freshman Madeline Yope of Rockford, a graduate of Northview High School. To achieve this honor, a student must maintain a 3.5 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale […]

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One for me and one for the “Mrs.”

bluebird

Pictured is a male bluebird with a mouth full of mealworms.  Squire reporters, Cliff and Nancy Hill, regularly treat a nesting pair of bluebirds to daily offerings of mealworms.  For readers who also have nesting bluebirds, this delicacy is available locally at nominal cost at Mrs. O’s Bait and Tackle Store in downtown Rockford.  

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Huntington Rogue River Blues Series

The City of Rockford and the Rockford Area Arts Commission is pleased to announce that Huntington Bank is the proud sponsor of this year’s Huntington Rogue River Blues series. The Blues Series will once again provide the Rockford community with Tuesday evening concerts in downtown Rockford Garden Club Park from 7 to 9 p.m.  These […]

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Letters to the Editor – May 28, 2009

NOT IN ROCKFORD—LTC David Ronan, Ph.D. US Army, pictured with the Iraqi sheikh Prince of Marshes and Mike Sunshine, a collegue from the Department of State.

Missing Rockford in spring     Dear Editor, My wife and I have lived in Rockford since 2006 and in Belmont prior to that since 2000.  Both of our children finished middle school and have graduated from Rockford High School.  In November 2008, I mobilized and deployed as part of a Reserve Forces call-up in […]

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DNR reminds public to leave wildlife in the wild

As wildlife birthing season proceeds in the spring, it is not unusual for people to come across seemingly abandoned fawns or other baby critters. The first instinct many people have is to try and help. Department of Natural Resources wildlife personnel offer a word of advice: don’t.  The truth is, the animal doesn’t need help. […]

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