June 10 2010

Scottville Clown Band to perform at Start of Summer

June 10, 2010 // 0 Comments

Come and welcome “The Big Noise from Scottville” to Rockford! When you see the Scottville Clown Band, you’re amused by their colorful attire and crazy antics. When you hear them play, you’re amazed at their extraordinary talent. They’ve been entertaining crowds in Michigan for over 100 years, with no sign of slowing down. See the Scottville Clown Band this [...]

Fred Meijer White Pine Trail severed between Belmont and Rockford

June 10, 2010 // 0 Comments

by CLIFF AND NANCY HILL Massive flows of water from Memorial Day’s storms caused extensive damage to the Fred Meijer White Pine Trail (FMWPT) at approximately the six-mile marker just north of Belmont. Sadly, the five-inch deluge of rainfall occurred at the start of the busy summer recreational season on the state’s longest linear park, the FMWPT. Squire reporter [...]

Fundraiser for young mother with terminal cancer

June 10, 2010 // 0 Comments

After graduating from Rockford in 1992, Cameron Barr continued his studies at Central Michigan University, where he met the love of his life, Molly Shana Thomas. The Barr Family. Three years ago, Molly was diagnosed with cervical cancer. She had a radical hysterectomy and underwent chemo and radiation. It appeared that the treatment was successful. Molly had even said [...]

Free concert series begins Tuesday, June 15

June 10, 2010 // 0 Comments

A new season is on for the very popular Huntington Rogue River Blues series offered by Huntington Bank, the City of Rockford and the Rockford Area Arts Commission. On Tuesday, June 15, from 7 to 9 p.m. the public is invited to enjoy the free concert on the banks of the Rogue River at Garden Club Park as the Jimmie Swagger Band kicks off the 10-week summer series. The [...]

Letters to the Editor — June 10, 2010

June 10, 2010 // 0 Comments

Structural deficit is for real Dear Editor, Last fall, public schools experienced a reduction of $165 per student, resulting in millions of dollars in reduced state funding, causing staff and program reductions. While I was encouraged to learn that this May’s Revenue Estimating Conference projected a $300 million surplus in the School Aid Fund, I am discouraged and [...]
1 2 3 4 8