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Four-way stop installed at 13 Mile and Pine Island The Post travels to Alaska In the Spotlight: The Cedar Springs Fire Department Cub Scout presents check to Nature Center Our Mission Marching band completes band camp New deer regulations related to chronic wasting disease Cedar Springs Community Players presents Alice In Wonderland, Jr.  
 
Four-way stop installed at 13 Mile and Pine Island

Four-way stop installed at 13 Mile and Pine Island

Drivers traveling 13 Mile Road in Algoma Township need to be aware that they are now required to stop at Pine Island. Previously only those traveling on Pine Island were required to stop.

Four-way stop installed at 13 Mile and Pine Island
The Post travels to Alaska

The Post travels to Alaska

The Post recently traveled to Alaska with Kim Gillow and Mary Balon, of Cedar Springs.

The Post travels to Alaska
In the Spotlight: The Cedar Springs Fire Department

In the Spotlight: The Cedar Springs Fire Department

The Cedar Springs Fire and Rescue Department is a lean, clean, helping machine, full of spunk, kindness and compassion.

In the Spotlight: The Cedar Springs Fire Department
Cub Scout presents check to Nature Center

Cub Scout presents check to Nature Center

Ryan Hess, of Cub Scout Pack 3220, presented a check of $430.66 to Howard Christensen Nature Center last Saturday, August 4.

Cub Scout presents check to Nature Center
Our Mission

Our Mission

Creative Technologies Academy is a K-12 community of learners committed to changing our world by developing students in character, scholarship, and leadership.

Our Mission
Marching band completes band camp

Marching band completes band camp

The Cedar Springs High School Marching band recently attended band camp where they worked on their 2018 show entitled “We the people.” At the end of the week, they did performed for the community to showcase what they had learned.

Marching band completes band camp
New deer regulations related to chronic wasting disease

New deer regulations related to chronic wasting disease

Included is a ban on baiting and feeding in CWD Management zone, including Kent County... Michigan’s Natural Resources Commission approved new hunting regulations last week aimed at slowing the spread of chronic wasting disease.

New deer regulations related to chronic wasting disease
Cedar Springs Community Players presents Alice In Wonderland, Jr.  

Cedar Springs Community Players presents Alice In Wonderland, Jr.  

 Alice and her madcap friends are coming to the Kent Theatre on August 18, 19 and 20. Join them as they travel down the rabbit hole and experience their adventures in Wonderland. 

Cedar Springs Community Players presents Alice In Wonderland, Jr.  

Sheriff Larry Stelma announces retirement

17 August 2018

  Kent County Sheriff Larry Stelma announced last week that he will retire from his position on November 1, 2018. “For 46 years I have had the privilege of serving this community, and I consider this privilege a gift from God,” Sheriff Stelma said as he notified the Kent County Board of Commissioners of his […]

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City Council chooses 15-year millage proposal for fire station

17 August 2018

by Judy Reed The Cedar Springs City Council went over the numbers last Thursday evening, and decided that while the monthly payments would be a little higher for taxpayers, going with a 15-year bond on the proposed new fire station was worth saving taxpayers at least $400,000 over a 20-year bond, and $800,000 over a […]

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Four-way stop installed at 13 Mile and Pine Island

Four-way stop installed at 13 Mile and Pine Island

17 August 2018

Drivers traveling 13 Mile Road in Algoma Township need to be aware that they are now required to stop at Pine Island. Previously only those traveling on Pine Island were required to stop.

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High number of mosquitoes found with West Nile virus 

17 August 2018

  Surveillance results concern health officials The Kent County Health Department held an urgent news conference Wednesday to help get the word out that an unusually high number of trapped mosquitoes have tested positive for the West Nile virus this year. While there are no human cases reported in Kent County yet this year, these […]

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Hometown Hero

Hometown Hero

17 August 2018

U.S. Air Force Airman Janaye V. Dotson graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

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Garden Club ribbon cutting

Garden Club ribbon cutting

17 August 2018

The Cedar Springs Garden Club held the ribbon cutting on Monday evening, August 13, to officially show off their new community garden at the southwest corner of Cherry and First Streets (across from the U.S. Post office and Alpha Family Center). A lot of hard work and planning went into the garden and we hope […]

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Veterans receive dream flights

Veterans receive dream flights

17 August 2018

On August 10, 2018, 11 Senior Neighbors Veterans arrived at the Sparta Miller Airport in Sparta, Michigan where they were given a Dream Flight by the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation based out of Carson City, Nevada.

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Cedar Springs man inducted into Hall of Fame

Cedar Springs man inducted into Hall of Fame

17 August 2018

A long-time piano technician and software designer has been inducted into the Piano Technicians Guild Hall of Fame. Dean Reyburn, RPT (registered piano technician), received the honor during the recent PTG Convention in Lancaster, PA. Reyburn, a member of the association since 1978, is well known for his work designing the Reyburn CyberTuner, one of […]

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Cold case solved

Cold case solved

17 August 2018

On Feb. 12, 1979, 15-year-old Andrew Jackson Greer left Addison High School and failed to return home. Greer’s whereabouts have been unknown for the past 39-plus years.

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Speaking the Truth In Love

17 August 2018

Rev. Kim DeLong Courtland Oakfield United Methodist Church 10295 Myers Lake Ave NE • Rockford, MI 49341   Our worship series for the month of August at Courtland Oakfield United Methodist Church is titled “…In Love.”  Given the public and political discourse lately, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking and praying about what it means […]

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Nancy Lee Bremmer

Nancy Lee Bremmer

17 August 2018

Nancy Lee (Gunnell) Bremmer age 89, passed away peacefully in her home on Saturday, August 11, 2018. She was born November 22, 1928, in Rockford, MI, the daughter of Versal and Lorena (Blanchard) Gunnell. Nancy truly loved her family. Nancy and Ed would have celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary on December 2, 2018. She enjoyed spending […]

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