‘Nastygram’ author is a bully and a coward

by BETH ALTENA   This little nasty-gram was found in our mailbox on Monday, May 4, the second or third we have received anonymously. We let the first go and didn’t let it bother us, but if this person is going to make a habit of dropping off cowardly nasty notes, I think it needs […]

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Encouraging a Safe and Positive Learning Environment

Kelly Amshey, ERMS Assistant Principal Each day, schools around the nation buzz with the activity of children and young adults. Schools are exciting, filled with rigorous academic activities, engaging lessons, and countless social interactions.  Schools are also challenging: academically, organizationally, and socially.   In any given day, no two students have the exact same experience, but […]

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The Tax Attic

Next Monday is Memorial Day and it is our chance to honor veterans, both living and those who have passed on, who gave up portions, and in many cases all, of their lives to defend our country. Since the beginning of our country, approximately 42 million men and women have served in our military. Over […]

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Rockford Area Historical Society News and Updates

Terry Konkle – President The Rockford Area Museum (RAM) website is now completely redone and ready for viewing. It replaces our former site, which was well done but out of date at times in several parts. The problem we had was not being able to change information without needing help. Our current site is one […]

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3rd ANNUAL TRI GREENVILLE TRIATHLON

The Greenville Recreation Department and Community Center in partnership with Chemical Bank and Spectrum Health United and Kelsey Hospitals invite athletes and spectators all ages to join us at Baldwin Lake Beach Saturday, May 30 for the Annual Tri Greenville Triathlon.  For the 3rd year in a row, Baldwin Lake will be transformed into a […]

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