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“The Hummingbird Tree” at the Bob for ARTPRIZE Nine Red Hawks rack up first conference win The Post travels to Hawaii AccuWeather says cost of Harvey, Irma to be $290 billion Living Resources patches available for purchase  Red Hawks stand tough against Greenville Seussical, Jr.
 
“The Hummingbird Tree” at the Bob for ARTPRIZE Nine

“The Hummingbird Tree” at the Bob for ARTPRIZE Nine

Those visiting ArtPrize Nine next week will have the chance to see a variety of art, including some from artists here in Cedar Springs and the surrounding area. Blake Wondergem’s entry is one you don’t want to miss.

“The Hummingbird Tree” at the Bob for ARTPRIZE Nine
Red Hawks rack up first conference win

Red Hawks rack up first conference win

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks rolled over the Greenville Yellow Jackets 48-7 last Friday, September 8, to bring home the win in their first conference game of the season.

Red Hawks rack up first conference win
The Post travels to Hawaii

The Post travels to Hawaii

Curt and Carol Steinebach traveled with two of their children, Cayden Steinebach and Emily Fishman, to Hawaii in August and they took the Post along.

The Post travels to Hawaii
AccuWeather says cost of Harvey, Irma to be $290 billion

AccuWeather says cost of Harvey, Irma to be $290 billion

It has been a destructive and costly hurricane season, following the historic impacts from Hurricane Harvey and now Hurricane Irma.

AccuWeather says cost of Harvey, Irma to be $290 billion
Living Resources patches available for purchase 

Living Resources patches available for purchase 

Through end of September… The 2016-2017 Michigan’s Living Resources patch featuring the American robin, along with several patches from previous years, will be available for purchase on the Michigan e-store

Living Resources patches available for purchase 
Red Hawks stand tough against Greenville

Red Hawks stand tough against Greenville

Under the Friday night lights of September 8, the Red Hawk varsity football team took on the Greenville Yellow Jackets in their third game of the season and brought in a win on their own turf 48-7.

Red Hawks stand tough against Greenville
Seussical, Jr.

Seussical, Jr.

 The Cedar Springs Community Players will present Seussical, Jr. on September 22-23 at 7 p.m. and a September 24 matinee at 2:30 p.m. at the historic Kent Theatre.

Seussical, Jr.
Police search for driver that caused fatal crash

Police search for driver that caused fatal crash

16 September 2017

UPDATE: The suspect in a hit-and-run crash that killed a mother and injured her twin boys has been arrested, according to authorities. The mother who was killed in the crash has been identified as 33-year-old Meranda Baguss of Sand Lake. A gofundme page has been set up in honor of Meranda and her boys at https://www.gofundme.com/jn5a88-meranda-baguss-tony-chauncey All […]

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Benefit to help family of girl with terminal cancer

Benefit to help family of girl with terminal cancer

14 September 2017

  September 22 at Factory Bar and Grill in Muskegon In September 2015, Emma Orr was a beautiful, happy girl who loved sparkles, and loved being outdoors playing with her kittens and running hot wheels and monster trucks through the dirt. By the end of the month, the sweet second-grader at Beach Elementary was fighting […]

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Motorcyclist dies in US-131 crash

Motorcyclist dies in US-131 crash

14 September 2017

A motorcyclist that ran into the back of a car on US-131 earlier this week did not survive his injuries. The Michigan State Police responded to the crash, which occurred on Tuesday, September 12, shortly after 4 p.m. on the northbound side of the highway, in the construction zone, near Indian Lakes Rd. A 53-year-old […]

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“The Hummingbird Tree” at the Bob for ARTPRIZE Nine

“The Hummingbird Tree” at the Bob for ARTPRIZE Nine

14 September 2017

Those visiting ArtPrize Nine next week will have the chance to see a variety of art, including some from artists here in Cedar Springs and the surrounding area. Blake Wondergem’s entry is one you don’t want to miss.

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Red Hawks rack up first conference win

Red Hawks rack up first conference win

14 September 2017

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks rolled over the Greenville Yellow Jackets 48-7 last Friday, September 8, to bring home the win in their first conference game of the season.

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The Post travels to Hawaii

The Post travels to Hawaii

14 September 2017

Curt and Carol Steinebach traveled with two of their children, Cayden Steinebach and Emily Fishman, to Hawaii in August and they took the Post along.

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Gas prices rise

Gas prices rise

14 September 2017

Average retail gasoline prices in Grand Rapids have risen 13.2 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.71/g Monday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 246 gas outlets in Grand Rapids. This compares with the national average that has increased 1.8 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.65/g, according to gasoline price […]

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MDOT construction updates

MDOT construction updates

14 September 2017

By Judy Reed There are several road construction updates from the Michigan Department of Transportation that drivers will want to be aware of. Paving on 17 Mile Sept. 15-17: MDOT will be paving the interchange area on 17 Mile Road (M-46) between Edgerton Ave. and White Creek Ave. starting Friday, Sept. 15 at 7 a.m. […]

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Beekeeping ordinance sent back to Planning Commission

14 September 2017

  By Judy Reed The Cedar Springs City Council decided last Thursday evening to send the new beekeeping ordinance back to the City Planning Commission for more research and discussion, at the suggestion of City Manager Mike Womack. The Planning Commission had previously approved the new ordinance by a 5-4 vote. The decision was made after […]

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Man loses arm in farming accident

14 September 2017

  A West Olive man called Kent County 911 dispatch about 4:30 p.m. Thursday, September 7, to report his arm had been amputated. According to the Kent County Sheriff Department, the 56-year-old man was involved in a farming accident at 8095 Peach Ridge, in Alpine Township, which is south of 10 Mile Rd. Police said […]

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Michigan National Guard Soldiers depart in support of Irma response

Michigan National Guard Soldiers depart in support of Irma response

14 September 2017

More than 400 Soldiers departed Michigan hometowns and National Guard armories across the state, on Monday, Sep. 11, in preparation to go to Florida to support the Florida National Guard with relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Irma. One CH-47 Chinook helicopter, with eight air and ground crew personnel, departed from Selfridge Air National […]

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What are you being called to do?

14 September 2017

Pastor Inge Whittemore East Nelson United Methodist Church 9024 18 Mile Rd, Cedar Springs   Hello and happy fall! Well, truth be told, I am sad that summer is drawing to an end because I love the long days and warm evenings. Yet September brings us to many new activities and our ambitions are quickened and we get […]

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MAXINE ELLEN KNOX

MAXINE ELLEN KNOX

14 September 2017

Maxine Ellen Knox age 89 of Belmont, our beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother passed away Saturday, September 9, 2017 at Sanctuary of St. Mary’s. She was born January 28, 1928 in Ensley Twp. to Hans and Hilda (Larson) Hanson. She attended Howard City High School and graduated in 1947. She enjoyed singing, dancing, cooking […]

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