Hospice of Michigan Institute Offers Review Course for Generalist Hospice and Palliative Nurse Certification

Detroit, February, 2, 2015 The Hospice of Michigan Institute will offer a review course for Generalist Hospice and Palliative Nurse certification in five cities across the state. The course dubbed a power study session will be led by Sheria Robinson, a certified Hospice and palliative care nurse, and shown via video teleconference at the Hospice […]

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Are We Safe?

I vividly remember sitting in my father’s recliner, bored, and flipping through channels to entertain myself. I had undergone shoulder surgery four days prior and was at home recovering while my peers were in school. I was in the final semester of my senior year at Rockford High School. It was April 20th, 1999, and […]

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THE TAX ATTIC

This past November, I was re-elected for a second four-year term to the Rockford City Council. Due to the fact that I had been the Mayor Pro-tem for the previous two years, at the next City Council meeting, I became a member of a rather small group of Rockford residents. In a unanimous vote, the […]

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Members of Boy Scout Troop 282

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Members of Boy Scout Troop 282 and Cub Scout Pack 3282 celebrated Boy Scouts of America’s (BSA) 105th anniversary on February 8, 2015 with their charter organization North Kent Presbyterian Church (NKPC) on Boy Scout Sunday.   Each year Boy Scouts across the nation gather to celebrate Scout Sunday as they live out their oath: “to […]

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Rockford Woman Takes Baking To a New Level- To Save Lives!

Long time Rockford resident, Rebecca Cruttenden, is elbow deep in cookie dough, but not just because she likes cookies. She is starting a protein cookie business called Clara Cookies that will donate 100% of the profits to help special needs children get adopted out of orphanages around the world. Cruttenden is the founder and director […]

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