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Community Night reels in residents Library building fund growing Hometown Hero The perfect car tips for any trip DNR fisheries experts offer opening-day tips BOYS GOLF K-5 News: Reading Month Wrap Up Five tips to crown your lawn king of spring Is your yard wildlife-friendly?
 
Community Night reels in residents

Community Night reels in residents

There was a lot to see last Thursday, April 16, at the annual Community Night, sponsored by the Community Action Network. Their partnership with the school to also make it a Fine Arts night has added another dimension to exploring what the Cedar Springs area has to offer.

Community Night reels in residents
Library building fund growing

Library building fund growing

Fundraising efforts are stepping up and excitement is growing as the Cedar Springs Public Library recently received their new plans for a new library building and a site plan from their newly-hired architect, Robert Andrus of Andrus Architecture.

Library building fund growing
Hometown Hero

Hometown Hero

Army Pvt. Charlene S. Saylor graduated February 19 from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training

Hometown Hero
The perfect car tips for any trip

The perfect car tips for any trip

Across the country people are planning to take longer road trips this year. If you plan to be one of them, here are five maintenance tips to consider for today’s cars.

The perfect car tips for any trip
DNR fisheries experts offer opening-day tips

DNR fisheries experts offer opening-day tips

Fishing may be a 12-months-a-year sport in Michigan, but there’s little doubt that the last Saturday of April is one of the biggest days of the year for anglers. It marks the opening day of trout fishing, statewide on more than 80 percent of the state’s trout streams

DNR fisheries experts offer opening-day tips
BOYS GOLF

BOYS GOLF

The Red Hawks boys golf team photo was not available when we ran sports schedules a few weeks ago featuring all the spring sports teams. This is your spring 2015 golf team.

BOYS GOLF
K-5 News: Reading Month Wrap Up

K-5 News: Reading Month Wrap Up

March was Reading Month and it is a favorite of ours at CTA! We Chargers really get into the friendly competition of reading. This past March was no different. Our theme was “Isle of the Reading Chargers.”

K-5 News: Reading Month Wrap Up
Five tips to crown your lawn king of spring

Five tips to crown your lawn king of spring

Those winter chills are finally history and it’s time focus on outdoor fun again. Your lawn is the perfect spot for family gatherings, sports competitions, barbecues and relaxing afternoons, so why not make it the best it can be?

Five tips to crown your lawn king of spring
Is your yard wildlife-friendly?

Is your yard wildlife-friendly?

Being a good neighbor means more than being friendly to the humans across the street, it also means being friendly to the animals in your yard. Making your yard a safe place for local wildlife should be a top lawn care priority.

Is your yard wildlife-friendly?
Red Flannel Festival reveals 2015 theme

Red Flannel Festival reveals 2015 theme

23 April 2015

  There’s a new sheriff in town…Red Flannel Country, USA! The Red Flannel Festival Board announced the theme this week for the 76th annual festival, and not only does it recognize the “wildness” of our town’s beginning, but is also a tip of the hat to the Kent County Sheriff’s Department, who has been providing […]

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Community Night reels in residents

Community Night reels in residents

23 April 2015

There was a lot to see last Thursday, April 16, at the annual Community Night, sponsored by the Community Action Network. Their partnership with the school to also make it a Fine Arts night has added another dimension to exploring what the Cedar Springs area has to offer.

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Library building fund growing

Library building fund growing

23 April 2015

Fundraising efforts are stepping up and excitement is growing as the Cedar Springs Public Library recently received their new plans for a new library building and a site plan from their newly-hired architect, Robert Andrus of Andrus Architecture.

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Hometown Hero

Hometown Hero

23 April 2015

Army Pvt. Charlene S. Saylor graduated February 19 from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training

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Double rainbow

Double rainbow

23 April 2015

There’s no pot of gold at the end of this rainbow—just a Cedar Springs School bus. So says bus driver Christine Hough, who said one of her students took this photo recently of a double rainbow, while riding on her bus.

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The Post travels to…the hospital

The Post travels to…the hospital

23 April 2015

As many of you know, Post publisher Lois Allen was in a car accident earlier this month. She spent several days at Butterworth Hospital, in Grand Rapids, and was a good sport to pose for this photo with a Post!

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Post subscription winner

23 April 2015

  The Post offered everyone who stopped by our booth at Community Night last week a chance to enter for a free subscription. Congratulations to Penny Johnson, of the City of Cedar Springs, the winner of a year-long subscription to the Cedar Springs Post! A big thank you to everyone who stopped by to see […]

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Meth lab suspect arraigned

23 April 2015

The man arrested last Wednesday night for maintaining a meth lab in his home was arraigned on the charges Friday, April 17.

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Man sentenced on drug and copper wire theft charges

Man sentenced on drug and copper wire theft charges

23 April 2015

A Cedar Springs man that was arrested in February, for stealing and selling copper wire and for possession of drugs, has been sentenced to prison.

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Woman sentenced in bomb threat

23 April 2015

A Cedar Springs woman that pled guilty last month to calling in a bomb threat to Woodland Mall will not face jail time. Julie Ann-Marie Haff, 46, reportedly called in the threat on January 11, at 11:23 p.m. and told mall security there was a bomb in the parking lot.

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Overcoming your fear of risk

23 April 2015

Pastor Barry Briggs The Springs Church 135 N. Grant, Cedar Springs   Everybody can identify with fears. We all have them. Fear is universal. Some of us have fear of the dark, fear of falling, fear of lobsters, fear of falling on lobsters in the dark. Fear of the words “Some assembly required.” But the […]

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To Die Trying

23 April 2015

Beginning in April of 1994, more than two decades ago this month, one million Rwandans were killed, after extremists in the majority Hutu population turned on the Tutsi minority. The movie Hotel Rwanda focuses on the 76 days in which Paul Rusesabagina, a hotel manager, transformed the luxury hotel, over which he was responsible, into […]

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REVA MARVETTA BENEDICT

REVA MARVETTA BENEDICT

23 April 2015

Reva Marvetta Benedict, 88 of Holland, formerly of Cedar Springs, died Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at her home. Marvetta was born February 4, 1927 in Kewadin, Michigan the daughter of Espy and Edith (Wildi) Hubbell. She graduated from Elk Rapids High School in 1944 and had worked at Knape & Vogt for 28 years retiring […]

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