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Ranger Steve’s Nature Niche Great Blue

January 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

How cheery and uplifting a bright blue sky is for the soul in mid winter. It draws me to break trail in fresh snow. The experience is most beautiful when scattered white clouds parade in front of the sun creating an alternating blue-gray snow blanket when clouds temporary block the glistening sparkles of sunrays on snow crystals that soon reappear once clouds have past. I [...]

Squire vacations in northern Michigan

August 2, 2012 // 0 Comments

Diane and John Jones pose with The Rockford Squire at Chillermania!, the world headquarters for books by author Johnathan Rand. They are also shown at Fisherman’s Island State Park. Not pictured is Bob Jones (taking the [...]

Squire is on the scene at the Super Bowl

February 9, 2012 // 0 Comments

This Rockford Squire reader was at the big game with his hometown newspaper last Superbowl Sunday. He was kind enough to take a picture and send it along. We have a card good for a free classified ad to the first person who visits our office and can identify him and spell his last name correctly. He is also a business owner in downtown Rockford. Who can correctly identify [...]

Squire travels to Xuantunich Mayan Ruins

February 9, 2012 // 0 Comments

Michelle and Doug Loper visited Belize in January and took their local paper, the Rockford Squire, along. The couple are pictured at the Xuantunich Mayan Ruins (pronounced CHEW-nahn-too-neech) on January 19. The runs are just eight miles from the Guatemala border. “The largest structure is the pyramid El Castillo, which is 160 feet from the plaza floor and built at the [...]
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