Letters to the Editor — September 16, 2010

Local man was a WWII Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Dear Editor, I enjoyed your issue that dealt with Rockord residents passed and present. I wondered why no mention was made of John Sjorgren. John was a WWII veteran who received a battlefield commission and the Congressional Medal of Honor. This is the highest honor a U.S. […]

Register — September 23, 2010

Now–September 17 Fall Seedling Sale —The Kent Conservation urges citizens to please consider beautiful Michigan native plants for landscaping projects. The fall 2010 catalog is available on the website at www.kentconservation.org. under the “Tree Sale” tab. Please click on “Fall 2010” at bottom of the page to view/print the catalog, or you may print only the order […]

A Message for You — September 16, 2010

You are important by PASTOR MICHAEL CISLER North Kent Bible Church  It is interesting in the midst of largeness we can feel very insignificant or unimportant. I have been to sporting events with thousands of people cheering and felt like it was just as loud without me cheering as it was with me cheering. In […]

Marinara winner has background in food, plans to publish

Debbie Postma holds her winning certificate for her marinara sauce. The contest was part of Reds on the River’s Heirloom Tomato Festival held this summer.

Debbie Postma, winner of this year’s Heirloom Tomato Festival Marinara Sauce contest, said she is in the process of publishing her first cook book to share her culinary skills with others. Postma was the first prize winner in the contest which had over a dozen delicious entries. Chef Glen Forge of Red’s said Postma’s sauce […]