Rockford Rugby Club

Rockford Rugby Club traveled to West Ottawa on Wednesday, April 15, 2015.                  Kick off against the Panthers was at 7:30 pm and the Rams came out with a lot of energy. First half of the game was controlled by the Rams. D. Schwandt scored the first Try at 7:30’ and the conversion kick was not […]

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Rams take 2 of 3 but hitting struggles continue

Rockford ran their season record to 7-3 following a week that saw them finish with a record of 2-1. The Rams kicked off the week with an overwhelming pitching performance from their pitching staff and whitewashed Forest Hills Northern 7-0 on Wednesday, April 15th. They concluded the week by hosting the annual Rockford Booster’s Invitational […]

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Ram baseball splits four games on trek through Hoosier state

Former Rockford baseball coach Ian Hearn began a Spring trek through Indiana in 2008 to not only give his charges a chance to get in some early games, but to also see what another state has to offer in competition amongst several of their better squads. New Ram coach Matt Vriesenga kept that tradition alive […]

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Ranger Steve’s Nature Niche Bird Migration Safe Passage

Birds are migrating from wintering grounds to breeding grounds. High mortality occurs. It is a challenging endeavor for few ounce birds to fly from South America, Central America, or southern North America to Michigan or places farther north. Those surviving hopefully have success raising enough young to replace those lost during the year.   If […]

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Residents hope township will deny sand mining operation

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New home owners ‘devastated’   by BETH ALTENA   When Amy Mueller and her family decided to move away from metro Detroit and relocated to a quiet home in the country, they never imagined they might end up with a commercial sand mining operation for the foreseeable future as their near next-door neighbor. The Muellers […]

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