Rockford’s Corner Bar looking for missing window, part of Wall of Fame

ROCKFORD, Mich. – The Corner Bar, which burned down this summer in Rockford, is missing an important piece as they work to rebuild.

The restaurant staff posted on Facebook Tuesday that a window and a part of the Wall of Fame that were salvaged from the fire are missing.  They had been left against a fence at the site of the new construction.

The Wall of Fame was a record of every visitor who had successfully eaten twelve of the restaurant’s chili dogs in four hours.

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2 comments

    • Mac Woods

      So the thief (or thieves) who stole these items are just opportunistic entrepreneurs? Exactly how much material at a construction site should be locked up or placed under armed protection from rats with sticky fingers, Bob? I mean either option is an added expense to the rebuilding effort. It isn’t a case of business owners not thinking, Bob. It is a case of people being thoughtless.