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Sand Lake 4th of July Celebration Coming soon — a new library Rogue River Green team returns to improve watershed The Post travels to Washington D.C. PTSD: Not Just a Veteran’s Illness Five top trends in container gardening State urges travelers to leave firewood at home Summer car care tips to stay in great condition
 
Sand Lake 4th of July Celebration

Sand Lake 4th of July Celebration

Independence Day is a time to celebrate our freedom and Sand Lake has all the activities and events for a fun filled family weekend.

Sand Lake 4th of July Celebration
Coming soon — a new library

Coming soon — a new library

After years of feasibility studies and planning, a new library building is coming to Cedar Springs! The land was donated, funds were raised, the blueprints were drawn, designs were chosen, approvals were obtained, and the requests for bids were sent out last month.

Coming soon — a new library
Rogue River Green team returns to improve watershed

Rogue River Green team returns to improve watershed

Through a program with Trout Unlimited’s Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative, the Green Team of students are spending their summer learning about the Rogue River and creative ways to manage its major pollutant—stormwater runoff—with green infrastructure.

Rogue River Green team returns to improve watershed
The Post travels to Washington D.C.

The Post travels to Washington D.C.

School Board Trustee Joe Marckini recently traveled to The White House, in Washington D.C., to advocate for our Cedar Springs Public Schools.

The Post travels to Washington D.C.
PTSD: Not Just a Veteran’s Illness

PTSD: Not Just a Veteran’s Illness

Almost 25 million people in the United States are living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, according to the support group PTSD United.

PTSD: Not Just a Veteran’s Illness
Five top trends in container gardening

Five top trends in container gardening

Gardening is a peaceful activity that eases tension, reduces overall stress and promotes longevity. One long-term study found that daily gardening reduces the risk for both dementia and Alzheimer’s disease...

Five top trends in container gardening
State urges travelers to leave firewood at home

State urges travelers to leave firewood at home

As the summer travel season begins, the Michigan departments of Agriculture and Rural Development and Natural Resources remind vacationers to leave firewood at home to prevent the spread of invasive tree insects and diseases.

State urges travelers to leave firewood at home
Summer car care tips to stay in great condition

Summer car care tips to stay in great condition

For many drivers, the summer is the time of year when your tires hit the pavement most, and car care doesn’t take a vacation. Be sure your car is ready for all that mileage.

Summer car care tips to stay in great condition
Cedar Springs Public Schools 2ND Semester Honor roll 2015-2016

Cedar Springs Public Schools 2ND Semester Honor roll 2015-2016

23 June 2016

Calling all proud parents and grandparents! The Cedar Springs Public Schools 2nd Semester Honor Roll is available for download.

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Cedar Springs chooses new city manager

Cedar Springs chooses new city manager

23 June 2016

The Cedar Springs City Council met Friday, June 17, to interview candidates for the City Manager position. They chose Michael Womack, Executive Intern, for the Village of Lake Orion, Michigan.

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City clerk to retire July 1

City clerk to retire July 1

23 June 2016

Linda Christensen has been a fixture around Cedar Springs City Hall for just over 22 years. And it will all end next week Friday, July 1—when Christensen finally retires.

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Three injured in crash

Three injured in crash

23 June 2016

Three people were sent to the hospital with serious injuries on Friday morning, June 17, after a crash in Courtland Township.

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Sand Lake 4th of July Celebration

Sand Lake 4th of July Celebration

23 June 2016

Independence Day is a time to celebrate our freedom and Sand Lake has all the activities and events for a fun filled family weekend.

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Coming soon — a new library

Coming soon — a new library

23 June 2016

After years of feasibility studies and planning, a new library building is coming to Cedar Springs! The land was donated, funds were raised, the blueprints were drawn, designs were chosen, approvals were obtained, and the requests for bids were sent out last month.

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Rogue River Green team returns to improve watershed

Rogue River Green team returns to improve watershed

23 June 2016

Through a program with Trout Unlimited’s Rogue River Home Rivers Initiative, the Green Team of students are spending their summer learning about the Rogue River and creative ways to manage its major pollutant—stormwater runoff—with green infrastructure.

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The Post travels to Washington D.C.

The Post travels to Washington D.C.

23 June 2016

School Board Trustee Joe Marckini recently traveled to The White House, in Washington D.C., to advocate for our Cedar Springs Public Schools.

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Drunk driving enforcement a summer-long focus

23 June 2016

With Comerica Park as the backdrop, traffic safety and law enforcement officials reminded drivers this week that you won’t need to hit a home run to be an all-star, all you need is a designated driver. It’s a message they hope will resonate with motorists as the Fourth of July holiday approaches. Traffic deaths, especially alcohol-involved […]

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National effort to lock up child predators 

23 June 2016

Over 1,300 arrests made nationwide in two months  LANSING, MICH.—The Michigan Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force recently participated in a nationwide law enforcement effort to enforce online child sexual exploitation crimes that resulted in 28 arrests in Michigan and 1,368 arrests nationwide. In April, ICAC task forces from around the country representing more […]

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Deputy pulls driver from burning car

Deputy pulls driver from burning car

23 June 2016

Kent County Sheriff Deputy Ron (Skip) Kimbrough was stuck in the southbound traffic backup on US131, just south of West River Drive on Tuesday, June 21, about 8:25 a.m.

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KDL hires new Director of Branch Services & Operations

KDL hires new Director of Branch Services & Operations

23 June 2016

Kent District Library has announced the selection of Lindsey Dorfman to serve as the new Director of Branch Services & Operations.

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Social Security sends out incorrect Medicare letter 

23 June 2016

LANSING, Mich. – Michiganders who recently received a letter incorrectly saying their Medicare Part B premiums would no longer be subsidized need not worry about reductions in their Social Security checks due to this error. A Michigan Department of Health and Human Services technical system error caused the Social Security Administration to erroneously send the […]

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MacGregor to hold office hours

23 June 2016

State Senator Peter MacGregor will be holding office hours on Wednesday, June 29th from 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm at Mr. Burger, 5181 Northland Dr. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525. “I will be available to answer questions and respond to concerns any residents of the district may have,” said MacGregor. “Office hours are a one-on-one […]

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