The Rockford Squire

Rockford Start of Summer Celebration

June 14, 2012 // 0 Comments

Squire thanks friends for float Photo by MELANIE RAGSDALE Photo by MELANIE RAGSDALE The Rockford Squire staff would like to thank those who contributed to their Start of Summer Celebration parade float. Thank you to Ed Koehn Chevrolet for lending the truck, Post Berry Farms for the bushel baskets and crates, Rockford Ace Hardware for the beautiful plants, Pegasus Sports [...]

Letters to the Editor

May 17, 2012 // 0 Comments

Scouts save Squire editor work, write up their own story Dear Editor, Yesterday we had a fun time visiting The Rockford Squire. It was very interesting. I loved how they kept newspapers from the past years. We looked up what was happening in Rockford the week we were born. The nice people we met who work there were Beth Altena, Cliff Hill, Nancy Hill and Mary Felix. We [...]

Boys earn communication badges with visit

April 12, 2012 // 0 Comments

A group of Scouts visited the office of The Rockford Squire this spring to learn about communication and qualify for badges. The kids had plenty of interesting questions about the newspaper business and showed a keen interest in some of the old equipment at the Squire. They learned that the newspaper has been in the town since the first edition of the Rockford Weekly [...]

Rockford gears up for Harvest Fest

September 22, 2011 // 0 Comments

First weekend of annual festival features family fun NO NEED TO PARK—Drive-up service is provided at the Rotary Chicken Dinner all three days this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. As the crazy heat-filled days of summer wind down, Rockford is preparing for yet another Harvest Fest. The 2011 festival will be celebrating its 35th year of gathering a bountiful harvest. The [...]

Speaking of Bridge Walks, Governors, and statues

September 15, 2011 // 0 Comments

by CLIFF AND NANCY HILL For the ninth year in a row your locally owned and original hometown newspaper, The Rockford Squire, was present Labor Day morning to participate in the 54th annual Labor Day Mackinac Bridge Walk. Sparta resident Robert Shangle took a break to read The Rockford Squire while appearing as LiveStatue during a 3-day exclusive Labor Day weekend sidewalk [...]
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