June 7 2012

RE/MAX United to host open house

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Tracie and Tom Rich are excited to host an open house this Saturday, June 9, to celebrate the opening of RE/MAX United on Monroe Street in Rockford. Tracie and Tom Rich are announcing that they will host an open house from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 9, to celebrate the opening of their new RE/MAX office, RE/MAX United. The RE/MAX United office, located at 28 N. [...]

Rockford Area Historical Society News and Update

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by TERRY KONKLE President, Rockford Area Historical Society Last week’s “Nugget of Rockford History” question solicited many correct answers and also brought out a lot of information. So far, 18 people have contacted me,  and all of them knew that Clayton Cahill was the well-known Rockford constable who had a bear caged on his property on Jericho Street. But the [...]

Scouts, students, officials attend Plainfield Memorial Service

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Students who received Sons of the American Legion’s scholarship spoke during a lovely and moving Memorial Day celebration in Belmont on Monday, May 28. Students Tadie Dyhne, Eli Kneehaw, Tadia Dyhne and Elizabeth Kneehaw received scholarships from the American Legion Post 258 of Walker. Pictured are Boy Scout Troop #238 and Cub Scout Troop #3285. Photo by STEVE [...]

Memorial ceremonies feature remembrance of those who lost their lives

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The story of the Belmont Veterans Memorial Park is an example of turning vacant property into a needed use. The 1.5-acre property was donated to the township and developed as a memorial park under the leadership of then committee chair and current Township Trustee Chuck Weldon (pictured left). In 2001 the trees on the property were decimated by straightline winds. After [...]

Rockford man takes on grueling feat for kids

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“Kids for Kids” Goat Project to benefit children of Uganda In September 2005, Rockford resident Dean Vandermey, of Set Free Ministries (SFM), had traveled to rural southern Uganda to hold a conference for some local pastors. During the morning session, a group of 42 orphan children sat nearby, quietly observing. When Vandermey asked the pastors why the children had [...]
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