April 9 2009

New Michigan State Police Post Commander happy to be ‘home’

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NEW POST COMMANDER—Chris McIntire began his trooper career at the Rockford State Police Post. Now he has returned as commander. by BETH ALTENA First Lieutenant Chris McIntire is back where he started his career with the Michigan State Police. The new commander of the Rockford Post first worked as a trooper here after graduating from the Michigan State Police training [...]

Finding ways to get closer to food

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THOUGHTFUL—Sue Osgood shows off a spread her magazine did on Herman’s Boy. She explores ways people are finding to enjoy local, hand-produced goods and foods. by BETH ALTENA Before the Civil War, people either grew their own food or knew the farmer who grew it for them. Now the source of our daily meals is such a mystery children are often clueless about how their [...]

‘Everybody left with something’

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Ride for the Cure READY TO RIDE—Chris and son Scott Radford (left in picture) take place in an annual Ride for the Cure for diabetes research. They hope to help others enjoy the same experience as well as help find a cure for diabetes. Chris Radford is grateful he is able to experience a father-and-son event, thanks to his son Scott’s current ability to control [...]

Waterfest packed with family fun

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Sixteenth annual event educates with free hands-on activities UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL—Boys at last year’s Bear Creek Waterfest enjoy looking at creatures of the creek up close at the microscope magic station. Roll up your sleeves, grab a net and find out what amazing creatures can be found in most any creek or stream, and why they are important. Explore microscope [...]

Celebrate National Arbor Day

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Join the Arbor Day Foundation and receive ten free shade trees To help commemorate National Arbor Day, everyone who joins the Arbor Day Foundation during the month of April will receive 10 free shade trees. National Arbor Day and Michigan’s Arbor Day is celebrated on the last Friday in April, which is April 24 this year. The 10 free shade trees are red oak, sugar [...]
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