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Red Flannel Day 2018 The Post travels to the Netherlands School PTO walkathon raises $44,000 Coral fungi and others Cedar Springs runs over Lowell
 
Red Flannel Day 2018

Red Flannel Day 2018

It was the first Red Flannel Day for this cute little munchkin. Rylee Dines, just one-year-old, and her mom, Rita, had something special to celebrate

Red Flannel Day 2018
The Post travels to the Netherlands

The Post travels to the Netherlands

Last August, Herm and Rosemary Standhardt travelled to the Netherlands  and took a Post with them. They stayed several days in Amsterdam. 

The Post travels to the Netherlands
School PTO walkathon raises $44,000

School PTO walkathon raises $44,000

The Cedar Springs Elementary schools held their PTO walkathon fundraiser last Friday, October 5, and raised over $44,000

School PTO walkathon raises $44,000
Coral fungi and others

Coral fungi and others

By Ranger Steve Mueller   Many interesting mushrooms popped up in the yard, woods and fields during the wet hot weather this fall. Colorful Amanitas with yellow spots on the red cap are beauties to behold but dangerous to eat. Many fungi are edible like puffballs but one needs to pay attention to details and […]

Coral fungi and others
Cedar Springs runs over Lowell

Cedar Springs runs over Lowell

Secures playoff bid... The Cedar Springs Red Hawks Varsity football team ran away with the win last Friday

Cedar Springs runs over Lowell

Village Council asks President to resign

16 October 2018

by Judy Reed With less than a month left on his term, the Sand Lake Village Council voted at their regular meeting on Monday evening to ask Village President Tom Norton to resign. The motion, introduced by trustee Danielle Hardenburg, passed 5-0. Norton has been under fire most recently for taking a Sand Lake Fire […]

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Red Flannel Day 2018

Red Flannel Day 2018

12 October 2018

It was the first Red Flannel Day for this cute little munchkin. Rylee Dines, just one-year-old, and her mom, Rita, had something special to celebrate

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The Post has all your Red Flannel news, including schedule

The Post has all your Red Flannel news, including schedule

20 September 2018

Download this week's Red Flannel POST for all the coverage of Red Flannel news and events and to view our Red Flannel collage!

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Scholarship fund set up in honor of Cora Gonzalez

Scholarship fund set up in honor of Cora Gonzalez

12 October 2018

Purple out game set for October 20 As the anniversary of the death of sweet Cora Gonzalez nears, both the Gonzalez family and Cedar Springs AYSO knew they wanted to do something to honor her memory. Cora, 11, was the daughter of George and Cookie Gonzalez. She was hit by a car on  October 6, […]

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Missing fire truck sparks controversy in Sand Lake

12 October 2018

By Judy Reed Some tempers are flying hot again in the Village of Sand Lake after Village President Tom Norton took a Sand Lake Fire Department grass fire/medical truck without discussing it with the Fire Chief and allowed someone in the Curt Benson for Judge campaign to drive it in the Pulaski Days parade last […]

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Schools can apply for teen safe driving initiative

12 October 2018

  October 21-27 is National Teen Driver Safety Week Students at high schools across Michigan have the opportunity to help make their fellow teens better, safer drivers by taking part in this year’s Strive for a Safer Drive (S4SD) traffic safety awareness campaign. This public-private partnership between Ford Driving Skills for Life (DSFL) and the Michigan Office […]

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Archery deer season: know the new rules

Archery deer season: know the new rules

12 October 2018

  Michigan is the top state in the nation for deer taken with archery equipment, and archery season started Oct. 1. The DNR wishes all archery deer hunters a safe and successful hunting season. Below are a few reminders and clarifications for those heading to the field. Reminders Archery hunters in the Lower Peninsula can […]

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Solon recognizes new firefighters

Solon recognizes new firefighters

12 October 2018

Solon Fire Department (SFD) Firefighter Appreciation and Service Awards Dinner occurred on September 16, 2018. This annual event occurred at the Sparta Lanes with lane rental donated by Jr. Slaughter, proprietor of the lanes. Dinner from the Garden Patch restaurant was provided by the Solon Township Board.  Neighboring departments, including Sand Lake, Cedar Springs, Algoma, and Kent […]

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Sidney man killed in crash

Sidney man killed in crash

12 October 2018

A 24-year-old Sidney man was killed in a crash in Home Township, in Montcalm County on Saturday, October 6. According to the Michigan State Police Lakeview Post, the crash occurred about 5:03 a.m. on Wyman Rd, near North County Line Rd. The investigation showed that a 2004 Toyota Celica was southbound on Wyman Rd. near […]

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Young leaders against violence 

12 October 2018

Accepting applications for 2018-19 school year Young Leaders Against Violence (YLAV) is now accepting applications for the 2018/19 school year through November 11, 2018. One in four teens experiences abuse in their dating relationship. Every 98 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. This violence doesn’t have to happen, and you can be part of a […]

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KAISER DANIEL COOK

KAISER DANIEL COOK

12 October 2018

Kaiser Daniel Cook, 20 days old, earned his wings and flew to Heaven on October 4, 2018. He was born in Grand Rapids on September 14, 2018 as the youngest angel of Holli Hegedus and Jesse Cook. Kaiser was born with congenital heart defects caused by Diamond Blackfan Anemia. Even though the road was laden […]

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DUANE E. STANLEY

DUANE E. STANLEY

12 October 2018

Duane “Duey” E. Stanley, age 55, of Rockford, passed away Tuesday, October 2, 2018 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Duane was born December 14, 1962 in Big Rapids, Michigan the son of Freddie Stanley Sr. and Ruby (Leedy) Stanley. Surviving are his loving wife of 36 years, Karen (Webb) Stanley; children, Dana (Duke) Saboo, Andrew Stanley […]

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