Pandering Grief reigns at the National Zoo. Tai Shah, the cute panda born there almost five years ago, has been repossessed by China. Only about a dozen giant pandas live in U.S. zoos, but China has a bunch of them. Did anyone think of offering to swap the Chinese government a couple of buffalos? […][Continue reading…]
The skit with the granny who tottered—walker and all—into the Rogue only to be rescued by the Rockford Fire Department stole the show and the first place group win in this year’s Sweetheart Splash. They knocked Rockford Quick Lube out of the winner’s circle despite their elaborate circus skit. Seventy-nine jumpers in all went […][Continue reading…]
by CLIFF AND NANCY HILL Many readers submitted entries in The Rockford Squire newspaper’s February 4 contest that asked for the correct identification of a pictured stone figure. Of the many entries received by the paper, 13 very intelligent and industrious people correctly identified the stone figure. Not only did they identify the figure, they […][Continue reading…]
Paul Mudget, Taylor Masiewicz and Joe Stefanski sign letters of intent to play football for the school of their choice. Three Rockford football players sealed their fate as far as their choice of college on the first day possible when they signed their letters of intent on Wednesday, February 3, in the Ram Den at […][Continue reading…]
Tammy Newman poses with her daughter Tiffany Hill while photographer Dusty Brown was in Gumballs & Overalls for a children’s photo shoot.
Chandler Woods Academy students have been collecting blankets, food and medical supplies for the earthquake victims in Haiti. The students packed a dozen boxes of supplies and load them into a moving truck donated by Two Men and a Truck. After the students helped pack the boxes and load the truck, Two Men and a […][Continue reading…]