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Tagged brook trout released in Cedar Creek

Tagged brook trout released in Cedar Creek

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

Tagged brook trout released in Cedar Creek
The Post travels to Alaska

The Post travels to Alaska

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.

The Post travels to Alaska
Everyday heroes at the library

Everyday heroes at the library

It was great week of summer reading fun at the Cedar Springs Library this past week, with programs highlighting everyday heroes and animal super powers.

Everyday heroes at the library
Dazzle guests with a July 4th Feast

Dazzle guests with a July 4th Feast

Family Features Celebrate warm weather, abundant outdoor activities and all the fun of July Fourth with a flavorful and festive gathering. Independence Day only comes once a year, so make it count and invite your favorite guests over for a memorable event. You’ll go out with a bang when you serve up these palate-pleasing dishes […]

Dazzle guests with a July 4th Feast
West Michigan Hawks fall to Bengals

West Michigan Hawks fall to Bengals

The West Michigan Hawks hosted the #10 ranked Wayne County Bengals, in a divisional matchup Saturday, June 27. The Hawks came up short, in an exciting game, falling 48-34.

West Michigan Hawks fall to Bengals
DNR urges caution when using fireworks 

DNR urges caution when using fireworks 

Warm weather and family gatherings can make the Fourth of July a fun time with great memories. But before you celebrate, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources is asking residents and visitors to make sure they understand the importance of fireworks and campfire safety. “With folks filling state parks, campgrounds and backyards to celebrate the […]

DNR urges caution when using fireworks 
Want to teach your children to be good stewards? 

Want to teach your children to be good stewards? 

Time to get your hands dirty... Growing your own garden is a popular pastime that cuts grocery bills and puts fresh produce within arm’s reach. But to parents it’s so much more than that.

Want to teach your children to be good stewards? 
Two hurt in accident; vehicle later catches fire

Two hurt in accident; vehicle later catches fire

06 July 2015

Two people were sent to the hospital this morning when a pickup and an SUV collided at 17 Mile and Lincoln Lake Avenue, in Spencer Township. The SUV later caught fire, while up on the wrecker. Gary Welch, of Spencer Township, was passing by about 12:15 p.m. and snapped this photo for us. The Post […]

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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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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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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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Marian L. Osech

06 July 2015

Marian L. Osech, age 84, of Cedar Springs, passed away on July 4, 2015. She was known to many as “Ma” and had an open door for everyone. She enjoyed routine trips to the casino. She was strong-willed, independent, and when times were tough, she knew to say something to make you laugh. She enjoyed […]

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Meth lab suspect sentenced

Meth lab suspect sentenced

02 July 2015

Jason Andrew Butler, 36, of Cedar Springs, was sentenced to prison last Thursday, June 25, for maintaining a meth lab in his home.

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Man arrested for trying to steal plasma cutter

Man arrested for trying to steal plasma cutter

02 July 2015

A man believed to be involved in several thefts around the county was arrested this week for attempting to steal merchandise from a local farm store.

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Promotions to Captain 

Promotions to Captain 

02 July 2015

  Kent County Sheriff Lawrence Stelma announced that two officers have been promoted to Captain. Dave Kok was promoted to Captain of the Road Patrol, and Bruce Ivie was promoted to Captain of the Detective Bureau, both effective Monday, June 22. Capt. Kok was hired as a county patrol officer in December of 1996; promoted […]

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Living Unafraid

02 July 2015

In the late 1800s, an outlaw began burglarizing the Wells Fargo stage coach line. The bandit would wait in a narrow pass, and at just the right moment, would emerge dressed in black, a hood over his head and brandishing a double-barreled shotgun. To match his appearance, he had a deep baritone voice that caused […]

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ROBERT ALLEN JOHNSON

02 July 2015

Robert Allen Johnson, 76, passed away peacefully in his sleep early Thursday, June 25, 2015. Bob was born January 28, 1939. Bob lived most of his life as a resident of Courtland Township.

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