Rockford Varsity Hockey earns two wins in Kalamazoo.

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The Rockford Rams Varsity Hockey team traveled to Kalamazoo for a pair of games during the weekend of January 23 and 24, and came away with two W’s. Rockford defeated Mattawan 5-3 in the Friday night contest. Rockford dropped Portage Northern 2-1 in the Saturday matinee matchup.   Mattawan opened the scoring midway through the […]

THE TAX ATTIC

On August 5, 2014, we had a state-wide vote that approved a change to the Personal Property Tax system. The changes were massive and affected every business that owned any equipment that was physically located in the state of Michigan. Historically, Michigan had taxed the equipment owned by businesses at basically the same rates that […]

MEIJER STATE GAMES OF MICHIGAN RELEASES WINTER GAMES SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

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Grand Rapids, Mich., Jan. 28, 2015 – The second annual Meijer State Games of Michigan Winter Games are quickly approaching. The Winter Games main festival is taking place Feb. 20-22, with some sports starting their competition this weekend Jan. 31-Feb. 1.The Winter Games features 19 different sports and 2,000+ athletes are expected to participate. The […]

North Rockford Middle school students of the month

Chloe Dunham is a 6th grade student in our Health Quest Magnet and the daughter of Don and Shannon Dunham.  She has one sister, Lexy as well as a pet bunny and dog.  Chloe attended Roguewood Elementary and is active in cross country, basketball, lacrosse and snowboarding.  Chloe’s college of choice is Grand Valley State […]

Governor signs Main Street Fairness bills

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Michigan will begin to level the retail playing field this fall when certain out-of-state merchants, including online giant Amazon, are required to collect sales tax just as the state’s retailers do. Governor Rick Snyder signed Michigan Retailers Association’s Main Street Fairness legislation into law on January 15, capping MRA’s long battle to close a tax […]