Move over Meijer Sculpture Park

Second work of great art in one week—Abraham Lincoln and Waterdance, hopefully, will cause artists and patrons of the arts to consider the many beautiful parks and venues of the Rockford cityscape, themselves.	photo by CLIFF HILL

Second work of art installed down town this week by CLIFF AND NANCY HILL  What a week last week was for Rockford. Following the city’s annual Start of Summer weekend, the popular Rogue River Blues Series returned last Tuesday night. Just prior to the music of the Jimmie Stagger Band, all in attendance were invited […]

Falling rock kills local girl

Audra Brownell died when she was struck by a rock in a parking lot in Colorado.

A 17-year-old Cedar Springs High School student died Wednesday, June 16, when she was hit by a falling rock in Colorado. According to Kate Rusch, spokesperson for Estes Park, Colorado, Audra Brownell, the daughter of Scott and Diane Brownell, of Algoma Township was struck about 4 p.m. in an open space off the Estes Park’s […]

Rockford’s athletic scholars honored at ceremony

These students are all signed and ready to continue their athletic careers beyond their high school years with Rockford.											                                                 Photo by TOM SCOTT

A computer glitch made this picture unavailable when we published a story several weeks ago about the record-setting student athletes who are signed on with collegiate scholarships. We are pleased to be able to print it now in addition to the names of the 2010 Rockford High School (RHS) graduates who proceed to higher education […]