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Runaway tractor plows into house The Post travels to Bavaria Summer reading program kicks off MONTCALM COUNTY 4-H FAIR Raiders add Dallas Mora to Cross Country Team Tent Caterpillars Flat River Community Players presents “Urinetown, the Musical”
 
Runaway tractor plows into house

Runaway tractor plows into house

A tractor collided with a house Tuesday, sending a 69-year-old man to the hospital.

Runaway tractor plows into house
The Post travels to Bavaria

The Post travels to Bavaria

The Post traveled to Bavaria this spring with the Cedar Springs Brewing Company Tour of Bavaria to sample some German beer, eat some great food, and see some amazing sights.

The Post travels to Bavaria
Summer reading program kicks off

Summer reading program kicks off

The 2018 Summer Reading program at the Cedar Springs Library kicked off a weeklong summer celebration of events this past Monday.

Summer reading program kicks off
MONTCALM COUNTY 4-H FAIR

MONTCALM COUNTY 4-H FAIR

Montcalm County Fairgrounds June 23rd – June 30th, 2018 Click link to download: Montcalm4H.pdf

MONTCALM COUNTY 4-H FAIR
Raiders add Dallas Mora to Cross Country Team

Raiders add Dallas Mora to Cross Country Team

The GRCC Men’s Cross Country team made a run into the post season and placed 24th overall as a team at the NJCAA Division I National Championship this past fall.

Raiders add Dallas Mora to Cross Country Team
Tent Caterpillars

Tent Caterpillars

Tent caterpillars become abundant and then seem to disappear for years. During the recent Memorial Day weekend, I led ecological interaction walks in the Jordan River Valley for the Michigan Botanical Club Spring Foray.

Tent Caterpillars
Flat River Community Players presents “Urinetown, the Musical”

Flat River Community Players presents “Urinetown, the Musical”

The Flat River Community Players continue their 2018 theatre season with “Urinetown, the Musical,” the Tony Award winner sometimes known as “the terrific show with the terrible title.” 

Flat River Community Players presents “Urinetown, the Musical”

Cedar Springs chooses new superintendent

19 June 2018

by Judy Reed The Cedar Springs Board of Education voted 7-0 Monday evening to extend an offer to Scott Smith to be their new superintendent. Smith currently serves as an assistant superintendent at Hudsonville Public Schools. The offer came after a rigorous day of Smith meeting with eight different focus groups, dinner with the board, […]

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Board selects finalist in Superintendent search

Board selects finalist in Superintendent search

15 June 2018

Community forums and second interview set for June 18 The Cedar Springs Board of Education conducted first round interviews Friday evening, June 8, in their search for a new Superintendent, and narrowed their field down to one finalist. Scott Smith, Assistant Superintendent at Hudsonville, will return for a second-round interview. The board gave high marks to all […]

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Grand Marshals chosen for 2018 Red Flannel Festival

Grand Marshals chosen for 2018 Red Flannel Festival

15 June 2018

By Judy Reed Bob and Betty Truesdale, of Cedar Springs, have been chosen as Grand Marshals for the 79th annual Red Flannel Festival. They own the Amish Warehouse at 141 S. Main Street. “We chose Bob and Betty for the Grand Marshals because of their long history in Cedar Spring and the love they have […]

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Public invited to attend meeting on Cedar Springs Drain

Public invited to attend meeting on Cedar Springs Drain

15 June 2018

  Meeting on June 21, at 7 p.m. at Cedar Springs High School By Judy Reed The Kent County Drain Commissioner recently sent out a notice about a meeting determining the future of the Cedar Springs County Drain, which will affect quite a few residents on the east side of Cedar Springs, and a few […]

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Runaway tractor plows into house

Runaway tractor plows into house

15 June 2018

A tractor collided with a house Tuesday, sending a 69-year-old man to the hospital.

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The Post travels to Bavaria

The Post travels to Bavaria

15 June 2018

The Post traveled to Bavaria this spring with the Cedar Springs Brewing Company Tour of Bavaria to sample some German beer, eat some great food, and see some amazing sights.

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Summer reading program kicks off

Summer reading program kicks off

15 June 2018

The 2018 Summer Reading program at the Cedar Springs Library kicked off a weeklong summer celebration of events this past Monday.

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MONTCALM COUNTY 4-H FAIR

MONTCALM COUNTY 4-H FAIR

15 June 2018

Montcalm County Fairgrounds June 23rd – June 30th, 2018 Click link to download: Montcalm4H.pdf

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School to host candidate interviews Friday, discuss term lengths on Monday

07 June 2018

by Judy Reed Board to conduct superintendent candidate interviews Friday The Cedar Springs Board of Education will conduct the first round of superintendent candidate interviews this Friday, June 8, beginning at 5 p.m. The board will first approve minutes from the special meeting on May 18, and then hold public comments. The candidate to be […]

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Cedar Springs Women’s Club selects scholarship recipient

Cedar Springs Women’s Club selects scholarship recipient

15 June 2018

Each year the Cedar Springs Women’s Club presents a $1,000 scholarship to a female of any age who resides in the Cedar Springs School District and is planning to attend a college or skill training program.

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Beautiful blossoms

Beautiful blossoms

15 June 2018

The peonies and many other flowers are in bloom right now, and Ron Parker, of Courtland Township sent us photos of many of the beautiful blossoms in his yard. Aren’t these gorgeous? Such a great reminder to stop and smell the roses (or any other flower) each and every day! Do you have photos of […]

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Former nature center director sentenced

Former nature center director sentenced

15 June 2018

David Kieft, the former director of Howard Christensen Nature Center, was sentenced this week in connection with embezzling money from the center.

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Board requests feedback from residents on term lengths

15 June 2018

By Judy Reed The Cedar Springs Board of Education would like to hear from residents whether they think six years is too long of a commitment to serve on the board. They began their discussion on Monday evening, July 11, on whether to transition to four-year terms or stay with six. The board heard a […]

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Red Hawk boys track competes at state

Red Hawk boys track competes at state

15 June 2018

Four athletes from the Cedar Springs High School Boy’s Track Team qualified to participate in the MHSAA Division 2 State Track Meet in Zeeland on June 2, 2018. From left to right: Junior Anthony Brew finished 10th in pole Vault; Freshman Corey Bowers had an All-State finish with an 8th place in the 1600; Senior […]

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EVELYN J. MAXSON

EVELYN J. MAXSON

15 June 2018

Evelyn J. Maxson 88 of Cedar Springs, died Saturday, June 9, 2018 at Metron of Cedar Springs. Evelyn was born January 23, 1930 in Evanston, Illinois the daughter of Ellsworth and Florence (Lee) Norton. She was a longtime Cedar Springs resident and had worked at several area restaurants including the A&W Drive-In and baking pies […]

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