Rockford tramples Holt in battle of Rams

The Rockford Rams take the field.

The Rockford Ram defense rose to the occasion and forced Holt to punt after three plays, resulting in negative three yards. The punt went down to the Rockford two-yard line. Joey Johnson ran the ball the first two plays, resulting in three- and one-yard runs. On third down, the Rams turned to Ryan Darby, who […]

Lady Rams runners start season with win

The Rockford Rams women’s cross-country team claimed a victory at the Rockford Invitational on Saturday, August 29, by recording the low score of the 10 teams competing in the upperclassman/underclassman team competition. The Rams’ day started with the upperclassman division recording 22 points, second to Grand Ledge at 16 points. Scoring for the Rams in […]

Fahlen signs to Taylor University

Northpointe Christian 2009 graduate Jimmy Fahlen has signed a letter of intent to play college golf at Taylor University. His All Conference, All State credentials led to his much-anticipated signing of a golf scholarship. Jimmy will be fortunate enough to join his brother Arne Fahlen, a senior and captain of the golf team’s 2009-2010 season. […]

Hyser history museum open this weekend

Dulcimer players, refreshments Fans of history get a double treat this weekend with the 23rd annual Grand Rogue Living Encampment at Grand Rogue campground and refreshments and dulcimer players at the Hyser River Musesum right next door at 6440 West River Drive. The museum is the actual home of pioneer surgeon and Civil War captain […]

Nothing fishy about this traditional boil

LABOR OF LOVE—Boil Master

Dating back to the late 1800s, fish boils were a tradition of Scandinavian immigrants to Door County, Wis. Nowadays there is not a respectable Wisconsin “Supper Club” in Door County worth its salt that does not feature a fish boil on Friday or Saturday evenings, summer through fall. In 2000, Barbara Bull, owner of Cherry […]