Turkey Time Bowling Bash to benefit Olivia’s Gift

November 12, 2010 // 0 Comments

Family fun event to help raise awareness, resources for housing for disabled adults Olivia Henrickson is a 20-year-old young lady who lives in Rockford. Her smile lights up the room, and she is game for just about any kind of fun—especially the type of family fun featured at the November 19 Turkey Time Bowling Bash at two locations, starting at 6:30 p.m. The first event [...]

The Squire to introduce staff

November 12, 2010 // 0 Comments

Here at The Rockford Squire newspaper, located right in Rockford at 331 Northland Drive, we have been cranking out your local paper for years, taking pride in being a unique source of local news. What we haven’t done so much of is letting readers know what it is like “behind the scenes” and telling you how your paper happens each week. In the next few months we will [...]

Birthdays — November 13–19, 2010

November 12, 2010 // 0 Comments

November 13th Judy Douglas, Larry Harr, Nancy Krupp November 14th Kay Abshire, Bryce Hull, Patrick Kinstle, Joe Magnan, Catherine A. Phillips, Lorraine Russell, Marie Spendow, Carrie Yeomans November 16th Anna Bearinger, Donna Dodd, Aunt Norine Elkins, Jim Huber November 17th Kyle Orr November 18th Kenneth S. Alkema, Arlene Bowman, Steve Fisher, Rob Gulliver, Ellen [...]

Main Street by Roger Allen, publisher — November 11, 2010

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All together now… …Happy days are here again… The skies above are clear again… The election is over. As you may have heard, the Republicans pretty much swept the field. Soon everyone in Michigan will have a job. Roger Allen, publisher. Taxes? We’ll just keep a few puny taxes for wars and border patrols. The deficit? It will vanish. And, best [...]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon — November 11, 2010

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What is Michigan’s future tax situation? The ringing of the telephone interrupted my concentration Tuesday night. I was listening to the national election news and also reading a book. Nowadays, that’s spreading my thought processes about as thin as I can get away with. The caller was Rockford City Manager Michael Young. Was it going to be good news or bad news? [...]
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