MAIN STREET by Roger Allen, publisher

Jobs for all I know some ways we can improve the employment picture. On TV every day I see cartoon characters involved in all kinds of entertaining activities. Every one of those little cartoonies replaces a human. Out there, for every one of them, some actor didn’t get a job because of a comic book […]

THE TAX ATTIC with Jerry Coon

From a professional improvement viewpoint, it has been a busy summer at Action Tax Service. Continuing education is always the name of the game in the tax business, but this summer was special. Tax professionals Kathy Anderson, Rochel Barnes and Darlene Norden all took a class and passed a competency test created and administered by […]

Students release salmon as end to unique classroom project

Isaiah Villerius, in yellow, releases about 30 salmon smolts into the Rogue River in mid-May as part of East Rockford Middle School seventh graders’ Salmon in the Classroom project.	Photo by CINDY M. CRANMER

by CINDY M. CRANMER East Rockford Middle School (ERMS) students ended a unique classroom experience with a field trip to the Rogue River and the release of about 30 Chinook salmon smolts into the river. The program, Salmon in the Classroom, was funded by the Grand River Fly Tyers and involved a partnership between the […]

MEMORIAL — Ronald D. Pyne

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                    Forever Remembered Ronald D. Pyne 11/24/38-09/08/2011 “Even after life is gone, In our hearts your love lingers on. Even after you have left our sight, in our thoughts, your light shines bright. Even after you are gone, in our memories you live on.” by Injeta […]

ROCKFORD REGISTER

Thursday, August 30 Rockford Rotary Club Meeting—7 to 8 a.m. during the summer at Herman’s Boy Coffee Ranch, 220 Northland Drive, Rockford. For more information, call Mark Bivins at (616) 866-1470. Saturday, September 1 “America’s Favorite Farm Market”—8 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Saturday through October 27 in the S. Squires Street parking lot, off […]