The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon — October 14, 2010

Integrity is a way of life My minister at Rockford Reformed Church, Rick Tigchon, sometimes hits a “grand slam” of a sermon. Since the baseball playoffs are in full swing, I thought I would borrow one of its terms to describe his wonderful sermon given to us this last Sunday. Since the Lions finally won […]

Birthdays — October 16–22

16th Corey Barton, Norraine Fix, Ken Fusee, Cole Karrip  17th Jim Bennor 18th Melissa Posci, Helen Poulias, Mark Williams  19th Beth Colvin, Joyce Torrey, Kristie Lynn Zapf  20th Ryan DeLarme, Millie Thorton, Caroline Ward  21th Jason Barton, Virginia Fowle, Faye Nelson  22nd Joanne Cooper, Kathy Rule, Todd VanBelkum

Letter to the Editor

Granholm thanks Squire reporters Dear Cliff and Nancy, What a treat to read of your Mackinac Bridge walk experience. Thank you for sharing it with me and The Rockford Squire world! Michigan is lucky to have you! I hope your experience inspires others to do the walk. You both are the essence of Pure Michigan! […]



McIntyre  Mr. James “Jim” E. McIntyre, age 78, of Rockford passed away very unexpectedly on Thursday, October 7, 2010. His parents, R. L. (the auctioneer) and Gladys (nee Rowlin) McIntyre had a farm in Cedar Springs and that is where Jim learned to farm, especially when walking behind the horses. He was the youngest of […]

RHS graduates are at the core of the band Main Street formerly known as Mane St.

If you have lived in the Rockford area for the past fifteen years, chances are good that you have heard of the band Mane St. Throughout the years they have had their share of ups and downs, but have stuck together through it all. They are reinventing themselves with twist on the spelling of their […]