Words on Weather & Climate — May 13, 2010

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Snowfall by CRAIG JAMES I didn’t see any snowflakes in our area this past Saturday, May 8, but they weren’t far away. There was a light dusting on the ground Saturday morning as far south as Cadillac. Farther north, up to four inches fell east of Atlanta in Montmorency County with considerable damage to tree […]

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Letters to the Editor — May 13, 2010

Honesty the Rockford Way Dear Editor, Too often the letter section of papers is used to criticize, accuse, complain and air grievances. I too have been guilty of this and today I had an experience that, sadly, is all too uncommon. I have been out of work for several months, and have had zero success […]

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Rockford girls varsity tennis wins one, loses one

Lindsay Gauger displays winning form against Grand Haven, posting a 6-3, 6-0 victory.

Prior to the Monday, May 3 match-up against Grand Haven, the Bucs presented the Rams with a card signed by their entire team expressing their condolences for the unexpected loss of classmate Stephen May. The kind gesture from the Grand Haven team was very much appreciated by the Ram team, coach and parents. A memorial […]

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Rams varsity baseball splits a pair in Midland

Rams sophomore Drew Farmer pounds a triple that drives in two runs in Saturday’s game one against Midland Chemics.

Rockford’s varsity baseball team split a pair of games with Midland on Saturday, May 1. The Rams dropped the opener 9-8 in seven innings and only needed five innings in the back end of the doubleheader to win in convincing fashion 13-3. In game one, the Rams traded the lead with the Chemics of Midland […]

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Rockford baseball wins one, loses one against East Kentwood

The Rams’ offense continued to impress, and starting pitcher Bryan Baldwin was effective as Rockford mercied East Kentwood in six innings. Offensively, the Rams had four players hit homeruns. The round-trippers were hit by Andrew Rademacher, Zach Martinek, Shane Showers and Christian Lienesch. Leinesch and Martinek had three RBIs apiece and Rademacher had two. Defensively, […]

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