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Bus driver cited in crash The Post travels to Cancun Flu illness on rise in Kent County  Tour of lights Youth wrestling off to a good start
 
Bus driver cited in crash

Bus driver cited in crash

Police cited a Tri County bus driver last week after she lost control of her school bus on an icy road and hit a tree, which injured some students.

Bus driver cited in crash
The Post travels to Cancun

The Post travels to Cancun

The Post recently traveled with Ken and Connie Mitz, of Pierson, to Cancun, Mexico on their honeymoon. They visited Mexico for eight stress-free days in September.

The Post travels to Cancun
Flu illness on rise in Kent County 

Flu illness on rise in Kent County 

The Kent County Health Department (KCHD) is seeing more cases of suspected flu reported from area emergency departments and health care providers, in comparison to what is typical this time of year. More than 10 percent of people visiting emergency departments in Kent County last week were suffering from flu-like illness, and 6 out of […]

Flu illness on rise in Kent County 
Tour of lights

Tour of lights

There’s nothing like the warm glow of Christmas lights this time of year to give you a good dose of Christmas cheer! Pack up the kids, go for a ride, and enjoy the decorations your friends and neighbors have put up this year. We’re sure you’ll find a few other treasures along the way!

Tour of lights
Youth wrestling off to a good start

Youth wrestling off to a good start

The youth wrestling season has officially begun! And your Cedar Springs Youth Red Hawks continue with a tradition in youth wrestling that has spanned well over twenty years in the Cedar Springs area.

Youth wrestling off to a good start
LAST CHANCE to enter Christmas Coloring Contest!

LAST CHANCE to enter Christmas Coloring Contest!

22 December 2014

Entries must be in by 5pm TODAY!  Click link below to print your entry!

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Bring the ultimate super bowl halftime show to your hometown

Bring the ultimate super bowl halftime show to your hometown

19 December 2014

(NAPS)—This holiday season, don’t forget to add your hometown to your gift giving list. Thanks to Pepsi and its “Hyped for Halftime” Super Bowl campaign, you could win a Pepsi Halftime Show for your entire hometown along with scoring tickets to the Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show live in Arizona. As you count down […]

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Gas prices falling

Gas prices falling

18 December 2014

For the first time since the spring of 2009, gas prices in Cedar Springs are nearing the $2.00 mark.

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Helping with history

Helping with history

18 December 2014

The Cedar Springs Historical Museum has a new unofficial program director, who has a passion for history, which is not unusual. What is unusual is that he is only 13 years old and yet harbors more passion for his work and is better at communicating it than many adults.

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Fun at the library with edible trees

Fun at the library with edible trees

18 December 2014

Children and adults alike had some holiday fun at the Cedar Springs Public Library last Saturday, where 14 adults and 34 children decorated edible Christmas trees. “They used frosting, licorice, and even coconut to create and decorate,” explained Children’s Librarian Shannon Vanderhyde. She said that each person was given two trees. Some children chose to decorate them the same, […]

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Correction

18 December 2014

In last week’s Post, a caption on a photo for the Christmas tree lighting article was incorrect. A photo of shepherds with their sheep noted that Calvary Assembly of God had a live nativity—which they did, but the shepherds and sheep in the photo were part of 4H Animal Junction. We appreciate them being a […]

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American Legion presents checks 

American Legion presents checks 

18 December 2014

By Judy Reed   The Cedar Springs American Legion Glen Hill Post #247 presented checks last week to both the Cedar Springs Ministerial Association and the Cedar Springs Community Food Pantry. American Legion Commander Bill Gregones presented Pastor Steve Lindeman, representing the Ministerial Association, with a check for $200, to help with the requests they […]

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New superintendent impressed with community pride

New superintendent impressed with community pride

18 December 2014

  By Judy Reed   It’s now been five months since Dr. Laura VanDuyne, a Detroit, Michigan native, and her family moved from California to take over as Superintendent at Cedar Springs Public Schools. For them, she says, it’s like coming home. “We love the cold weather, the snow. We longed for that—the seasons, the […]

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More than 1,800 seat belt citations issued 

18 December 2014

  Officers from more than 150 local police departments, sheriff’s offices and the Michigan State Police issued 1,814 seat belt and child restraint citations during the Click It Or Ticket seat belt enforcement campaign Oct. 27-Nov. 9. “Officers from local, county and state agencies conduct seat belt enforcement zones to remind motorists that seat belts […]

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Man arrested in hit and run

Man arrested in hit and run

18 December 2014

  A Stanton man was arraigned Wednesday on charges stemming from a hit and run in Montcalm County Tuesday. According to the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office, the accident occurred about 2:21 p.m. December 15, on Sheridan Road, near Pakes Road, in Evergreen Township. Joseph Pruitt, 27, of Greenville, was riding his bicycle southbound on the […]

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