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Domestic call ends in arrest Post celebrates 27 years Fire destroys family home Traveling Zoo comes shows animal super powers Motorcycle accident sends one to hospital AC or windows down: secrets to better summer fuel economy Hawks claim second consecutive victory DNR reports 2014 deer hunting harvest down across Michigan Eight tips for a healthy pregnancy BEE One in a Million
 
Domestic call ends in arrest

Domestic call ends in arrest

A Cedar Springs man was taken into custody by police just after midnight July 23, after a four-hour long operation in Cedar Springs Mobile Estates.

Domestic call ends in arrest
Post celebrates 27 years

Post celebrates 27 years

By Judy Reed, editor   Any town’s history is only as good as its local newspaper. Did you ever wonder how we know so much about our town’s history? It isn’t by word of mouth (though stories have been handed down); it isn’t taught in school; and it’s not from old movies or magazines. There […]

Post celebrates 27 years
Fire destroys family home

Fire destroys family home

  Lightning struck an Oakfield Township home Saturday morning, July 18, sparking a blaze that destroyed the home. The fire occurred shortly before 12 p.m. on Crawford Lake Trail, in the area of Wabasis and 15 Mile. The homeowners, Craig and Lori Reppert were not there at the time, but reportedly received a call from […]

Fire destroys family home
Traveling Zoo comes shows animal super powers

Traveling Zoo comes shows animal super powers

Last week Wednesday, July 15, Rhiannon, an animal handler from the John Ball Zoo, put on a presentation for the library’s Summer Reading Program at Cedar Springs Middle School.

Traveling Zoo comes shows animal super powers
Motorcycle accident sends one to hospital

Motorcycle accident sends one to hospital

A Gowen man was injured Monday when he dumped his motorcycle while traveling on the curve on 18 Mile, just south of Fieldstone Meadows.

Motorcycle accident sends one to hospital
AC or windows down: secrets to better summer fuel economy

AC or windows down: secrets to better summer fuel economy

(BPT) – Summer is peak travel season for most Americans. Those hoping to spend less on fuel and more on fun can find ways to stretch their travel budgets with better vehicle care and use. One hotly (pun intended) debated topic during summer driving season is whether it is more fuel efficient to use the […]

AC or windows down: secrets to better summer fuel economy
Hawks claim second consecutive victory

Hawks claim second consecutive victory

By Shae Brophy The West Michigan Hawks hosted archrival Grand Rapids Thunder, on Saturday, at Skinner Field. In what was the most anticipated game of the season for both teams, there was a definite buzz among the players as the game began. The Hawks received the opening kickoff, and we were underway, at least momentarily. […]

Hawks claim second consecutive victory
DNR reports 2014 deer hunting harvest down across Michigan

DNR reports 2014 deer hunting harvest down across Michigan

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently issued a Michigan Deer Harvest Survey Report on the 2014 hunting seasons indicating that roughly 615,000 hunters statewide harvested a total of roughly 329,000 deer. The harvest represents a drop of 15 percent from 2013.

DNR reports 2014 deer hunting harvest down across Michigan
Eight tips for a healthy pregnancy

Eight tips for a healthy pregnancy

Did you know that every single minute in the United States a baby is born too early? That’s approximately 450,000 born too early each year. A pregnant woman’s good health, both physical and emotional, is essential to the health of her baby.

Eight tips for a healthy pregnancy
BEE One in a Million

BEE One in a Million

Residents have a chance to become part of the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge (MPGC), a nationwide call to action to create gardens and landscapes that help revive the health of bees, butterflies, birds, bats and other pollinators across America.

BEE One in a Million
Domestic call ends in arrest

Domestic call ends in arrest

23 July 2015

A Cedar Springs man was taken into custody by police just after midnight July 23, after a four-hour long operation in Cedar Springs Mobile Estates.

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Post celebrates 27 years

Post celebrates 27 years

23 July 2015

By Judy Reed, editor   Any town’s history is only as good as its local newspaper. Did you ever wonder how we know so much about our town’s history? It isn’t by word of mouth (though stories have been handed down); it isn’t taught in school; and it’s not from old movies or magazines. There […]

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Fire destroys family home

Fire destroys family home

23 July 2015

  Lightning struck an Oakfield Township home Saturday morning, July 18, sparking a blaze that destroyed the home. The fire occurred shortly before 12 p.m. on Crawford Lake Trail, in the area of Wabasis and 15 Mile. The homeowners, Craig and Lori Reppert were not there at the time, but reportedly received a call from […]

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Tagged brook trout released in Cedar Creek

Tagged brook trout released in Cedar Creek

02 July 2015

Brook trout released into Cedar Creek last week will help researchers understand more about the fish and their relationship with our cold water creek.

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Rollover fatal for GR man

Rollover fatal for GR man

02 July 2015

The Kent County Sheriff Department responded to a single car rollover accident on Summit, north of 14 Mile Road, about 8:19 p.m., Sunday, June 28.

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Newaygo man killed in crash with ambulance

Newaygo man killed in crash with ambulance

02 July 2015

A multi-vehicle accident on M-37 Wednesday involving an ambulance resulted in one person dead and five others injured.

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Chamber to host movies in the park, sidewalk sales

Chamber to host movies in the park, sidewalk sales

02 July 2015

Would you like to get some great deals locally and have some fun at the same time? Would you like to try something new on Friday night for family time? If that’s the case, the Cedar Springs Area Chamber of Commerce has some events coming up you are going to love. The Cedar Springs Area […]

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The Post travels to Alaska

The Post travels to Alaska

02 July 2015

The Post recently traveled to Alaska with Julie Kent and Candy Jacobs, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Mary Balon and Kim Gillow, of Cedar Springs.

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Murder suspect arrested 

Murder suspect arrested 

23 July 2015

The Michigan State Police (MSP) Lakeview Post have arrested a suspect in the murder of Alan Dale Nelson, 80, of Sidney Township. Nelson was was killed March 29, at his home on Nevins Lake, about four miles west of Stanton. Evidence at the scene showed that his home and several other homes nearby had been […]

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The Post travels to China

The Post travels to China

23 July 2015

Kaleigh Vanderlip, of Coral, Michigan, traveled with a Post to Yantai, China, in May, as part of Montcalm Community College’s study abroad program. Three teachers and nine students, including Vanderlip, went to China for a week. They also spent one night in South Korea. “While in China, we learned about their culture and we even […]

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Red Flannel Festival and City reach agreement

23 July 2015

  By Judy Reed The Cedar Springs City Council approved an agreement with the Red Flannel Festival Board to donate in kind services during the Festival, as well as an agreement to use any of the Festival’s 14 trademarks in return for the in kind services. The Council voted in favor of both agreements 5-1, […]

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Man killed in crash in northern Michigan

23 July 2015

  The Michigan State Police Gaylord Post confirmed Wednesday that a Cedar Springs man was killed Sunday, in an accident in northern Michigan. According to police, David Joseph Maurice, 52, of Cedar Springs, was a front seat passenger in a vehicle driven by David Jensen, 31, of Grand Rapids, when the accident occurred shortly after […]

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“Respectful robber” tied to armed robberies in three states

“Respectful robber” tied to armed robberies in three states

23 July 2015

The “respectful robber” turned cold-blooded killer, aka Steven Timothy Snyder, of Kingston, Michigan, is now believed to be responsible for nine armed robberies of banks located in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ohio, according to the Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office, who is part of a law enforcement task force investigating his crimes. The Newaygo County Sheriff Office […]

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Missing woman found

Missing woman found

23 July 2015

A woman missing from her Alpine Township home near Comstock Park, since Friday, February 27, has returned home. The Kent County Sheriff Department made contact with Teresa Lynn Curry, 44, on Monday, July 7. They said she left the State of Michigan and travelled to the state of New York and stayed in New York […]

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A recipe for a healthy marriage

23 July 2015

Pastor Jim Alblas Pioneer Christian Reformed Church 3592 17 Mile RD NE, Cedar Springs It’s common knowledge that summer is a very popular time for weddings. In my church, July ranks as the top anniversary month, with August not far behind. This summer, it’s likely that you will either get married, attend someone else’s wedding […]

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For a Ride

23 July 2015

I’ve tried to stay out of this, but like the proverbial moth drawn to the flame, I can’t leave Creflo alone. The Creflo of whom I speak is Creflo A. Dollar, televangelist and pastor of the 30,000-member World Changers Church near Atlanta, Georgia. I have to say that Creflo has the best name for a […]

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100th Birthday

100th Birthday

23 July 2015

BERTHA NORMAN Look who is turning 100! Bertha Hockeborn Norman, lifelong resident of Rockford Michigan, will be achieving this milestone in her life on August 16, 2015. We would be honored if you could help us celebrate her special day by participating in a Card Shower! Wishing Bertha a Happy Birthday through a letter or […]

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CHRIS JOHANSEN

23 July 2015

  Attention friends of Chris Johansen: Chris will be moving to Louisiana to be closer to her daughter, Tiffany. She currently lives at The Brook of Big Rapids, 14595 -215th Street, Big Rapids, MI 49307, near Menards. Stop in to visit or if you would like to talk to her before she goes call Linda […]

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