Rockford well represented at NAIA Division II national men’s basketball tournament

on Prins helps Davenport finish the season with the team’s best finish in school history.

To determine who was the best National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Division II men’s basketball team in the nation, 32 select basketball teams from around the U.S. gathered in Point Lookout, Mo. from March 10 to 16. Michigan had three very good teams qualify for the national championship this year. Of these three teams, […]

[Continue reading…]

Classifieds — April 1, 2010

HELP WANTED Assistant Sales Manager—local retail company is looking for assistant sales managers to join our team! Retail sales experience required. Building material experience a plus. Positions are full-time. Flexible hours include evenings and weekends. Benefits include paid vacation, 401K and insurance packages available. Please send resumes to PO Box 20351, Saginaw, MI 48602.      p14cp […]

[Continue reading…]

Cruden, optimist, faces adversity with confidence, compassion

Rachel Cruden 10, has recently been named as one of Rockford Public Schools' "Examples in Excellence" for 2010.

Rachel Cruden, 10, is the daughter of John and Lisa Cruden and sister to Andy, 9, and Hannah, 7, and has been named as one of the “Examples in Excellence” for 2010 through Rockford Public Schools. This hardworking student is committed to accomplishing her goals and is helpful to her teachers, her classmates and at […]

[Continue reading…]

Blythefield Hills Baptist Church celebrates 20 years of Easter dramas

Jesus, played by Kevin Shuneson of Sparta, blesses the children.

Second chances give us strength to make tomorrow a better day and “The Eleventh Hour,” a modern Easter drama inspired by movies like “The Blind Side” and “The Pursuit of Happyness,” is a new, local production based on lost love, crimes and those priceless second chances. This Broadway-style musical interlaces the contemporary lives of a […]

[Continue reading…]

Gardner opts to ‘share her hair’

Locks-Gardner

Sidney Gardner, 4, of Belmont donated her hair to Locks of Love on March 23, because of the decision she made to “share her hair” with another child. Tracey Schaner of Great Clips in Rockford gave Sidney a new style, cutting off 10 inches.Sidney Gardner, 4, of Belmont donated her hair to Locks of Love […]

[Continue reading…]