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Early snowstorm slams West Michigan Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season The Post travels to the Arctic Circle Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado?  Fundraiser brings in cash for camp Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated Hunters can help fill food bank freezers  4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest
 
Early snowstorm slams West Michigan

Early snowstorm slams West Michigan

Blowing snow, wind chills in the single digits and icy roads put the area in a deep freeze, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, causing hundreds of schools to close and many drivers to slide off the road.

Early snowstorm slams West Michigan
Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season

Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks Varsity Football team had a great season, going 9-2 and winning the OK-Bronze Conference Championship outright. They won their first playoff home game at Red Hawk Stadium, against Forest Hills Northern, and were defeated by Muskegon in the district regional the following week.

Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season
The Post travels to the Arctic Circle

The Post travels to the Arctic Circle

The Cedar Springs Post traveled to the Arctic Circle last summer with John Osburn, of Nelson Township. Thanks so much, John, for taking us with you!

The Post travels to the Arctic Circle
Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 

Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 

The National Weather office in Grand Rapids needs your help. April 11, 2015 will mark the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Palm Sunday Tornado Outbreak and they are looking for photos, home movies and eyewitness accounts of the tornadoes to be documented as part of their commemoration event.

Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 
Fundraiser brings in cash for camp

Fundraiser brings in cash for camp

With Christmas songs playing in the background and holiday decorations on every table, 250 people shopped at the Pine Ridge Bible Camp’s 11th annual auction, held at Cedar Springs High School on November 8.

Fundraiser brings in cash for camp
Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated

Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated

Congratulations to the 8th Grade football team, who have had two straight undefeated seasons. Way to go! Back Row:  Coach Paul Ringler, Jason Magoon, Cody Gott, Wyatt Knauf, Colton Pope, James Myers, Coach John Gott, Coach Bob Wier Middle Row:  Ryan Ringler, Jarrett Hoogerhyde, Kolby Swank, Ethan West, Bill Hammer, Kaleb Gordon, Xavier Anderson Front […]

Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated
Hunters can help fill food bank freezers 

Hunters can help fill food bank freezers 

With Michigan’s deer season swinging into high gear, it won’t be long before many hunters are bringing their harvested deer into the local butcher shop to have the venison processed and prepared for the freezer.

Hunters can help fill food bank freezers 
4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest

4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest

Mr. George challenged the 4th and 5th graders to participate in grade level essay contest. 1st place for the fourth grade went to Rebekah Wineman.

4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest
Former city employee becomes Mayor

Former city employee becomes Mayor

20 November 2014

by Judy Reed The Cedar Springs City Council, made up of four new members and three returning members, chose a new Mayor and Mayor Pro-tem at their meeting on Thursday, November 13. Four new members were sworn in—Rose Powell, Molly Nixon, Perry Hopkins and Pam Conley. Conley, who previously served, lost her seat last year […]

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Early snowstorm slams West Michigan

Early snowstorm slams West Michigan

20 November 2014

Blowing snow, wind chills in the single digits and icy roads put the area in a deep freeze, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, causing hundreds of schools to close and many drivers to slide off the road.

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Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season

Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season

20 November 2014

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks Varsity Football team had a great season, going 9-2 and winning the OK-Bronze Conference Championship outright. They won their first playoff home game at Red Hawk Stadium, against Forest Hills Northern, and were defeated by Muskegon in the district regional the following week.

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The Post travels to the Arctic Circle

The Post travels to the Arctic Circle

20 November 2014

The Cedar Springs Post traveled to the Arctic Circle last summer with John Osburn, of Nelson Township. Thanks so much, John, for taking us with you!

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Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 

Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 

20 November 2014

The National Weather office in Grand Rapids needs your help. April 11, 2015 will mark the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Palm Sunday Tornado Outbreak and they are looking for photos, home movies and eyewitness accounts of the tornadoes to be documented as part of their commemoration event.

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Avoid the “Second Shovel”

Avoid the “Second Shovel”

20 November 2014

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Task force investigates missing person cold case

Task force investigates missing person cold case

20 November 2014

A task force of detectives formed earlier this year to investigate a missing person complaint from 2005 is now investigating the case as a homicide.

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City gets second warning siren 

20 November 2014

When the new siren was installed in North Park in 2011, the City of Cedar Springs knew that although it could be heard as far as White Creek to the west, and Ritchie to the east, to the south it only reached to just north of Dio Drive.

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CAROLYN GREEN

CAROLYN GREEN

20 November 2014

Mrs. Carolyn Green, age 88, left us on Sunday November 16th, 2014 surrounded by her adoring family after a short but valiant battle with cancer. Carolyn grew up in Ensley Center, Michigan, in the loving care of her parents who were dairy farmers. Carolyn was valedictorian of the 1944 class of Sand Lake High School. […]

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GORDON HENRY SHELLER

20 November 2014

April 16, 1936-November 18, 2010 4 years have passed, but not a day goes by that we don’t think about and miss you. We are going to love you forever and ever, Amen.   Sad are the hearts that loved you Silent are the tears that fall. Living our lives without you, Is the hardest […]

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RONALD R. BURT

RONALD R. BURT

20 November 2014

December 9, 1955 – November 22, 2012   Wonderful memories of one so dear, Treasured still with a love sincere. In our hearts he is living yet, We love him too dearly to forget.   In loving memory, Sharon, Heather and Linsay

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Thank you

20 November 2014

Thank you to all the voters from the City of Cedar Springs. I appreciate your votes and support from our community.   Rose Ellen Powell City Councilmember

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Thank God Anyhow

20 November 2014

Pastor Mike Shiery Pilgrim Bible Church West Pine Street | Cedar Springs     “Though the fig tree may not blossom, nor fruit be on the vines; though the labor of the olive may fail, and the fields yield no food; though the flock may be cut off from the fold, and there be no […]

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Count your blessings

20 November 2014

In the churches of my youth we sang an old hymn entitled, “Count Blessings” at every Thanksgiving service. I can still recite the first stanza from memory...

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