Letters to the Editor – May 28, 2009

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Missing Rockford in spring 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.     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 [...]

DNR reminds public to leave wildlife in the wild

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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. “When people see a fawn [...]

East Rockford Middle School Honor Roll

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Eighth Grade Brandon Ausbrooks Cameron Baines Jeffrey Baldwin Stephanie Barton Cameron Bathum Megan Bean Olek Berezecky Kayla Bergeron Michael Best Anna Beurkens Andrew Bingel Kira Brown Christopher Coles Katelin Cornelius Nicholas DeWitt Paige Deyoung Jessica Dickinson Ryan Donley Tyler Dykstra Halle Dymowski Samantha Ericksen Michael Farris Amanda Glaza Lauren Golsteyn [...]

Belmont dentist straightens teeth in only six months

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John P. Klooster, DDS, PLC. If you have spaces between your teeth or your teeth are crowded together, you don’t have to wear braces for two years or cut your teeth as you do with bonding, veneers or crowns. Now you can have a great smile in only six months. Dr. John P. Klooster is a dentist in Belmont who has taken advanced training in orthodontics to provide [...]

The Tax Attic – May 28, 2008

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Jerry Coon, Enrolled Agent Making Work Pay tax credit problematic The provision of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 that is of most concern to tax professionals around the state of Michigan and the entire country seems to be the one titled the Making Work Pay tax credit. I have written about this credit previously, but feel that it is so problematic that [...]
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