Rockford Squire

Reporter, former Squire intern heads out into the world

November 3, 2011 // 0 Comments

Former Rockford High School intern for The Rockford Squire, Matt Marn, who wrote many wonderful articles for the newspaper as a student and then later as a full-fledged reporter, has left his home turf to find his way in the world. Relocated to Glendale, Ariz., due to job opportunities, Marn took a Squire with him so we could see he is fine in his new, warmer home. The [...]

Squire takes trip to South Africa

May 12, 2011 // 0 Comments

Carole and Tom Van Dam took a copy of the Rockford Squire newspaper with them on their recent trip to South Africa. Pictured are Tom and their son, Derek (a RHS graduate) who lives in Cape Town. The picture was taken March 13 at Chapman’s Peak overlooking Hout Bay in the Cape Peninsula while participating in the Cape Argus Bicycle Tour. The Cape Argus Bicycle Tour is [...]

The Squire introduces Carrie Yeomans

February 17, 2011 // 0 Comments

Carrie Yeomans has been with the Squire the longest time of our current sales team. Her territory is downtown Rockford and Belmont. Those who know her appreciate her unflappable professionalism and genuine caring for her partners in business. At the Squire we are thrilled to be able to work with Carrie and enjoy the many qualities she brings to the office and to our lives [...]

Squire along on first musical tour

October 7, 2010 // 0 Comments

Members of the band Tribune bring their local paper along on their first professional tour across Michigan and neighboring states. Band members—all Rockford High School students—are Matt Ciejka, lead guitar; Devon Liu, drums; Scott Nadeau, vocals and rhythm guitar; and Jon Newell, bass and vocals. The band has played at the Intersection in Grand Rapids, for the last [...]

Main Street by Roger Allen, publisherro

April 15, 2010 // 0 Comments

The day is here! In this country we have what’s called a “volunteer” system of tax collection. However, if you don’t volunteer, trouble lies ahead. Roger Allen, publisher. If you didn’t get to it yet, the IRS lets you send in an extension request (deadline, April 15) for filing your return. The catch is, your taxes must be paid in full, anyway. If you’re [...]
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