Students experience wild lesson in classroom

November 18, 2010 // 0 Comments

by BETH ALTENA Joe Rogers considered the cliffs of Pictured Rocks in the Upper Peninsula his office for over 20 years, and in that time he has listened to the howls of wolves in the blackness of night and seen eagles hatch and fledge. This semester he brought some of that wildness to Rockford with a visit to Crestwood Elementary School where he told the students tales of [...]

WEDDINGS — November 18, 2010

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Recine-Ruark John and Barbara Ruark of Comstock Park would like to announce the marriage of their daughter Adrianna Leigh Ruark to Nicholas Lorenzo Recine. Nicholas is the son of Lorenzo and Heather Recine of Seymour, Conn. An intimate ceremony took place on the afternoon of November 6, 2010, in Virginia Beach, Va. The beautiful couple was surrounded by their loving [...]

Girl Scouts learn first aid

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Chuck Premar of Rockford Ambulance certifies Girl Scout Troop 3384 in first aid.   Kaitlyn Kozicki practices the Heimlich on Emma Frizzo.   Annie Bagin practices the Heimlich maneuver on Abby [...]

WORDS ON WEATHER & CLIMATE — November 18, 2010

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It is going to get colder by CRAIG JAMES  Meteorologist Craig James, new Squire columnist   You may think, “Of course it is going to get colder, it is November and we are heading into December.” However, I don’t mean just here in Michigan, I mean temperatures across the globe are going to head downward If you have read some of my past articles, you know how I [...]

Driver tested for substances following afternoon crash

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Two women were hospitalized and a driver was taken from the scene in handcuffs after a crash occurred on Plainfield Avenue Monday, Nov. 8 just after 2 p.m. The collision occurred in the southbound land of the road just south of the Five Mile intersection when a northbound silver Dodge Dakota truck apparently crossed into the southbound lane, striking a Pontiac Grand Am [...]
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