February 2 2012

R.A.M. artifact #10

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History museum remembers ‘high tech’ of the past Over the past decade, we have marveled at the changes in the technology of music. iPods, file-sharing, music in everyone’s phone, speakers that fit into your pant’s pocket, the list goes on and on. While these changes have been amazing, they were “next versions” of existing models in many cases. Think back to [...]

Squire travels to J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge

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Bob and Gail Stegmier showing off their Squire Newpaper to all. Gail and Bob Stegmier visited the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge in Sanibel Island, Florida. Bob attended an Izaak Walton League directors meeting in Fort Myers and decided to extend their Florida stay on Sanibel Island to visit the beach, swim in 84 degree pool water and for time to visit [...]

Chandler kicks off new year reading

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Chandler Woods Charter Academy students reading their favorite books. Chandler Woods Charter Academy students were thrilled to kick off 2012 with a healthy, educational activity, so they celebrated the new year by curling up in their slippers with their favorite stuffed animals and comfy pillows for 2,012 seconds (approximately 34 minutes) of reading. The Young Five’s [...]

American Legion annual ‘Cabin Fever’ party to feature The Outer Vibe

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Depending on whether or not you’re a cold weather enthusiast, winters in Michigan can become a bit stifling. That’s when cabin fever sets in. By definition, cabin fever is a term for a claustrophobic reaction that takes place when a person or group is isolated and/or shut in a small space, with nothing to do, for an extended period—ahh, winter in Michigan. Pencil [...]

MAIN STREET by Roger Allen, publisher

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My opinion Roger Allen, publisher. “Rockford is the Humor Capital of the World” Recently a Supreme Court opinion reversed the conviction of a drug dealer because of how he’d been caught: law officials had planted a GPS on his car. His privacy was violated, said the Court. Our Constitution has a clause that protects our privacy. The Supreme Court has the duty to [...]
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