Military News – August 6, 2009

Wilkinson graduates from basic training   Air Force Airman Trevor T. Wilkinson recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who […]

Reds celebrates third anniversary with big thank-you to West Michigan

When it comes to clichés, food is often a common subject matter. “The proof is in the pudding… the cream rises to the top… fine as wine… taken with a grain of salt… that’s icing on the cake…” Fortunately for West Michigan, and specifically Rockford residents, many of these sayings ring particularly true with respect […]

Birthdays – August 8-14

8th Paul Blakeslee, Pam Bylsma, Chuck Dubois, Mary Ann Ziomkowski   9th Pauletta Benedict, Lucas Western   10th Avis Baird, John Danielski, Jeremiah Eckert, Michael Heintz, Loren Welch   11th Rachael Hone, Claire Polasek, James Preston   13th Art Kronemeyer, Polly Von Eschen   14th Audrey Cavner, Frank Furman, Katie Mawby

Main Street by Roger Allen publisher – August 6 2009

  Health Care Insurance The debate over health care and who pays for it boggles the mind. It’s pretty well agreed that our system needs an overhaul and the future could be worse. The U.S. is the only developed country that has no comprehensive health insurance for its people. Not only that, we have the […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon – August 6, 2009

  Should the government be in charge of our health care? I think it’s time that we discuss the new health care reform initiative that is working its way through Congress. Most of us will agree that our health care system has problems, and those problems have to be addressed. Most of us will agree […]