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Community prays for Cora Halloween/harvest events start this weekend The Post travels to Canada ROK Navy Welcomes USS Michigan to Busan  Black bears and humans: What you should know Pink game raises funds for Susan Komen Foundation Community Connection Metron of Cedar Springs Earns 2017 Silver National Quality Award  
 
Community prays for Cora

Community prays for Cora

A candlelight vigil held Monday evening at Skinner Field brought out more than 200 people to pray for Cora Gonzales, the 11-year-old Cedar Springs girl hit by a car on 14 Mile Road on October 6. She is still in critical condition.

Community prays for Cora
Halloween/harvest events start this weekend

Halloween/harvest events start this weekend

Are you ready for the all the little superheroes, princesses, ghosts, and goblins that will soon be coming your way?

Halloween/harvest events start this weekend
The Post travels to Canada

The Post travels to Canada

Kim Gillow and Mary Balon, of Cedar Springs, met Claire Burbank and Terry Hardie, of Jacksonville, Florida, in Seattle to start a week-long adventure in the Canadian Rockies.

The Post travels to Canada
ROK Navy Welcomes USS Michigan to Busan 

ROK Navy Welcomes USS Michigan to Busan 

BUSAN, Republic of Korea–The Ohio-class guided-missile submarine USS Michigan (SSGN 727) (Blue) arrived at Busan, Oct. 13, for a routine visit during a regularly scheduled deployment to the Western Pacific. 

ROK Navy Welcomes USS Michigan to Busan 
Black bears and humans: What you should know

Black bears and humans: What you should know

For many people, the opportunity to see a Michigan black bear in the wild is an amazing experience.

Black bears and humans: What you should know
Pink game raises funds for Susan Komen Foundation

Pink game raises funds for Susan Komen Foundation

The Lady Red Hawk Varsity Volleyball team hosted a “Dig Pink” game in honor of breast cancer awareness on Tuesday, October 10. Athletic Director John Norton was happy with the results.

Pink game raises funds for Susan Komen Foundation
Community Connection

Community Connection

The Cedar Springs Public Museum more than 100 CTA students visit earlier this month. All of our 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade students had the opportunity to learn many things

Community Connection
Metron of Cedar Springs Earns 2017 Silver National Quality Award  

Metron of Cedar Springs Earns 2017 Silver National Quality Award  

Metron has been recognized as a 2017 Silver – Achievement in Quality Award recipient by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL).

Metron of Cedar Springs Earns 2017 Silver National Quality Award  
Community prays for Cora

Community prays for Cora

20 October 2017

A candlelight vigil held Monday evening at Skinner Field brought out more than 200 people to pray for Cora Gonzales, the 11-year-old Cedar Springs girl hit by a car on 14 Mile Road on October 6. She is still in critical condition.

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Halloween/harvest events start this weekend

Halloween/harvest events start this weekend

19 October 2017

Are you ready for the all the little superheroes, princesses, ghosts, and goblins that will soon be coming your way?

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The Post travels to Canada

The Post travels to Canada

19 October 2017

Kim Gillow and Mary Balon, of Cedar Springs, met Claire Burbank and Terry Hardie, of Jacksonville, Florida, in Seattle to start a week-long adventure in the Canadian Rockies.

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DNR to hold town hall meeting on chronic wasting disease Wednesday in Montcalm County

19 October 2017

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will hold a town hall meeting on chronic wasting disease Wednesday, Oct. 25, 6 to 8 p.m. in the Ash Foundation Building, located within the Montcalm County Fairgrounds at 8784 Peck Road in Greenville, Michigan. Earlier this month, the DNR announced that a free-ranging deer in Montcalm County’s Montcalm […]

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Man arrested for possessing stolen car

Man arrested for possessing stolen car

19 October 2017

A Cedar Springs man was arrested earlier this month after it was discovered he had left a stolen vehicle at an area gas station. 

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Hard work brings beauty to library grounds

19 October 2017

  by Donna Clark and Sue Wolfe Volunteers continue to work hard to complete the projects around the library and surrounding park areas, which includes the flowers around the stainless steel structure and the native grasses in the rain garden on the south. Naturalists Tom Mabie and Perry Hopkins took oversight of these two projects, […]

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Help stock the Cedar Springs food pantry

19 October 2017

  Edward Jones is collecting food Oct. 19-Nov. 16 Would you like to have a chance to really make a difference in the community? Buy a few extra items when you buy groceries this week to donate to the local food pantry and drop them off at our local Edward Jones branch. The Cedar Springs […]

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State Police Detective Sergeant wins award

19 October 2017

  The Michigan State Police (MSP) is pleased to announce D/Sgt. Sarah Krebs was selected by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) as one of 40 law enforcement professionals from around the world, under the age of 40, who demonstrate leadership and exemplify commitment to the profession of law enforcement.  Krebs was chosen […]

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National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on October 28 

19 October 2017

  The Michigan State Police (MSP) is again partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and other law enforcement agencies for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.  MSP’s 30 posts will participate in the one-day “Take-Back” effort from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28, by serving as drop-off points for Michiganders to discard […]

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City garden to get a makeover

19 October 2017

  The Cedar Springs Garden Club, with the help and approval of the City, has plans to redo the garden at the southwest corner of Cherry and First Street, across from the Post Office.  “We have a new garden plan designed by Kristin at Shaner Avenue Nursery,” explained Pat Moore, of the Cedar Springs Garden […]

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Catch of the Week

Catch of the Week

19 October 2017

Sierra Feenstra, age 9, caught this beautiful 14-inch bass at her cottage near Silver Lake Sand Dunes on Upper Silver Lake.

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Lost in Time

19 October 2017

By Ranger Steve Mueller   I experience no past and no future. All is present for me. When family talks about something we did, I refer to it as if it just occurred. They tell me that it was ten years ago. My mind keeps things from yesteryear current and the distant future as if […]

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Red Hawks fall to Rangers in battle for first place

19 October 2017

On Friday, October 13, at 7pm, the Varsity Red Hawks of Cedar Springs faced off against the undefeated Rangers of Forest Hills Central at Red Hawk Stadium.

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Marching Red Hawks take the field

Marching Red Hawks take the field

19 October 2017

After taking 3rd place at the Rockford Invitational Sept. 23, Cedar Springs High School hosted 20 bands for the 57 Annual Red Flannel Invitational October 7. 

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