Grattan Township under Investigation for Violation of Open Meetings Act

On January 16, a complaint was received by the Kent County Sheriff Department alleging that a violation of the Open Meetings Act had occurred at Grattan Township. Kent County investigators have been actively working the case. On February 17, a search warrant was executed at the Grattan Township Hall where computers were seized by detectives. […]

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Veterinary Office Goes Beyond the Traditional

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At Rogue Valley Veterinary Hospital (RVVH) and K-9 Sports Med-Hab, pets can enjoy more than the typical treatment options veterinarians offer. The business outgrew its former location on Algoma Avenue and has opened its doors for business at 4210 14 Mile Road NE, Rockford. Established in November, 1999, the hospital moved to its new location […]

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Ram Wrestlers Head to Kellogg Arena for State Championships

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On Wednesday, Feb. 25, Rockford High School hosted the High School Regional Wrestling Team Tournament. Rams first faced Grand Haven in a dual meet with the winner advancing to take on the winner of the Jenison and Portage Central dual meets. With a starting weight of 152 pounds, CJ Scholl of Rockford went to the […]

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Rams Wrap up Regular Hockey Season in Style

by CHRIS CRUICKSHANK The Rockford varsity hockey team went on a pre-playoff rampage last week, defeating Muskegon Catholic Central by a score of 5-2 and Grand Rapids Catholic Central by a score of 6-1. With victories in these last two games of the regular season, the Rams are riding a six-game winning streak into this […]

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Two Rockford Skiers Compete in State Competition

The Michigan Division I skiing finals were held at Boyne Mountain on Feb. 23. The only team from the conference to compete at the state level was the Grand Haven boys. However, two individuals from Rockford were selected to compete at the state competition based on their individual finishes in the regional qualifiers, which were […]

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