Offensive explosion for Rams lacrosse in Lansing

Ram goalie Connor Flynn  waits for a shot by Waverly.

by MIKE KROLL The Rockford varsity boys lacrosse team exploded for 18 goals in last Thursday’s game against Lansing Waverly on May 6. The final score was 18-4 at Waverly High School. Three Rams recorded hat tricks in the game: attack men Mitch Newton and Kento Nakano, and midfielder Adam Kroll. Senior middie Kevin Badersnider […]

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Classifieds — May 13, 2010

HELP WANTED Looking for the right person for an opening in sales at The Cedar Springs Post newspaper. Position is in advertising sales. Experience preferred but will train. Commission based. This job would be a great supplemental income. Work in office and on the road. Must be good on the phone as well as in […]

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Education Blackboard — May 13, 2010

School Beat A Mother’s Day Dedication by DOUG HOOGERLAND, Principal Crestwood Elementary School There are some pretty demanding careers out there these days, and some of them pay big bucks. They require years of education and special licenses. When we think of some of the most specialized or top-paying jobs, we might consider a CEO […]

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Rockford returns to roots as Tree City

Valley Views Green Team plants 40 red maples as the city’s last step to be a Tree City USA.

William Thornton would be proud of Rockford today. In 1856 the civil engineer was given the job of platting the Village of Laphamville and Thornton made sure the village, which would one day become Rockford, had lots of trees. On Friday, April 30, Rockford took the final step in a process that will qualify the […]

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Rogue River ‘cash cow’ fed with fingerlings

Fisheries Technician Joe Michevich releases trout into the Rogue River.

River replenished with DNRE spring trout release With state funding drying up for many public programs, those who live in the Rogue River watershed can be grateful that trout-stocking monies comes mostly from the federal government. Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Energy (DNRE) staff have been busy at work in and around Rockford, replenishing […]

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