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Hawks Nest moves to semifinals in Battle of the Fans The Post travels to Empire snowmobile races Norovirus in both Kent and Ottawa Counties WMP wrestlers win medals, championship rings Winter fun Five reasons to pursue a cybersecurity career in 2018 
 
Hawks Nest moves to semifinals in Battle of the Fans

Hawks Nest moves to semifinals in Battle of the Fans

Every athlete knows that there is a member of the team that doesn’t play on the field or court with them, but they are part of the team just the same—and that’s the fans that cheer them on. Anyone who has been to a Cedar Springs Red Hawks sporting event knows that the student section—the […]

Hawks Nest moves to semifinals in Battle of the Fans
The Post travels to Empire snowmobile races

The Post travels to Empire snowmobile races

Charlie and Kathy Prahl and daughter, Katia Corwin, recently took the Cedar Springs Post to the Empire Airport Roy Taghon Memorial Snowmobile Races.

The Post travels to Empire snowmobile races
Norovirus in both Kent and Ottawa Counties

Norovirus in both Kent and Ottawa Counties

The Post was notified Wednesday by both Kent and Ottawa County Health Departments that they are seeing the spread of a norovirus-like illness.

Norovirus in both Kent and Ottawa Counties
WMP wrestlers win medals, championship rings

WMP wrestlers win medals, championship rings

By Barbra Chong West Michigan Pursuit had two grapplers travel to Bay County this weekend looking to earn the Monster Medals and Championship rings offered for 1st Place. Both Drew Moro, 64 lb 7/8 age group, and 85 lb Blake Peasley, 9/10 age group, went undefeated and claimed what they came for, each earning another Championship Title. […]

WMP wrestlers win medals, championship rings
Winter fun

Winter fun

Friends Eli Gunderson and Javen Gee had some winter fun recently while ice fishing on a lake in Solon Township.

Winter fun
Five reasons to pursue a cybersecurity career in 2018 

Five reasons to pursue a cybersecurity career in 2018 

Cybersecurity, as an industry, is one of the highest-paying, fastest-growing and most in demand in the U.S., yet there are not enough skilled professionals in the pipeline to fill open positions, leading to a sizable skills gap

Five reasons to pursue a cybersecurity career in 2018 
School board member resigns

School board member resigns

18 January 2018

by Judy Reed The Cedar Springs Board of Education is looking to fill another seat after another board member resigned Monday evening. Patricia Eary, who served on the board for five years, resigned early in the meeting on Monday, January 15. After reading her resignation letter to the board and spectators, she then took a […]

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Hawks Nest moves to semifinals in Battle of the Fans

Hawks Nest moves to semifinals in Battle of the Fans

18 January 2018

Every athlete knows that there is a member of the team that doesn’t play on the field or court with them, but they are part of the team just the same—and that’s the fans that cheer them on. Anyone who has been to a Cedar Springs Red Hawks sporting event knows that the student section—the […]

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The Post travels to Empire snowmobile races

The Post travels to Empire snowmobile races

18 January 2018

Charlie and Kathy Prahl and daughter, Katia Corwin, recently took the Cedar Springs Post to the Empire Airport Roy Taghon Memorial Snowmobile Races.

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Man killed in Tyrone Township crash

Man killed in Tyrone Township crash

18 January 2018

A man died Sunday after his car left the road and hit a tree in Tyrone Township… According to the Kent County Sheriff Department, the crash occurred about 5:37 p.m. Sunday, January 14.

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School board votes in new president

School board votes in new president

18 January 2018

The Cedar Springs Board of Education will have a new president to lead the board in 2018… The board voted in Heidi Reed 6-0, at its annual reorganization meeting Monday evening, January 15.

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How and when to seek care for Flu 

18 January 2018

  From the Kent County Health Department and area hospitals The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports flu is now widespread throughout Michigan and many surrounding states. Area hospitals, urgent care facilities and doctor offices are experiencing an increase in the number of people presenting with flu and flu-like symptoms. They give tips below on […]

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Beware IRS impersonation scams 

Beware IRS impersonation scams 

18 January 2018

As tax season begins, the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office is receiving numerous reports of telephone calls from thieves who pretend to be from the IRS. Although these scams take many different forms, the most common scams are phone calls and emails from thieves who use the IRS name, logo or a fake website to try […]

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Cedar Springs 106 Forest Hills 32

Cedar Springs 106 Forest Hills 32

18 January 2018

The Cedar Springs Varsity wrestlers traveled to Forest Hills Central on Friday night, January 12, to face off against the Rangers and Huskies. After falling behind 17-3 early on, the Red Hawks then reeled off victories in 8 of the next 9 weights to claim a 43-23 win. The boys ran on the Huskies early […]

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Red Hawk bowling results

18 January 2018

  On January 6, the Red Hawk boys and girls bowling teams attended a tournament at Hudsonville. The boys finished 3rd and the girls finished 5th. On January 8, the Red Hawks held a non-conference match against West Catholic. Both the boys and girls teams won. Junior Sarah Galloway bowled seven strikes in a row. […]

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Whitecaps ask fans to submit foods for 25th season

Whitecaps ask fans to submit foods for 25th season

18 January 2018

From West Michigan Whitecaps As Old Man Winter has his grips on West Michigan, our thoughts drift toward warmer things: 75 degree days, trips to the beach and nights at Fifth Third Ballpark. Of course, when thinking about attending a Whitecaps game, you immediately think of ballpark food!  Deciding among the many great concession items […]

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Youth wrestlers win Greights, Monster medals

Youth wrestlers win Greights, Monster medals

18 January 2018

  By Jacquie Troupe On Sunday, January 14, CSYWC’s Maston Wood traveled to Orchard View. He joined 473 other contenders for the first MYWAY Greights tournament of the season. Powering through 3 matches in the 2003-04 170lb class, he brought home the custom Silver Greights medal in the shape of the West Region. The next […]

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50th Anniversary

50th Anniversary

18 January 2018

Happy 50th Anniversary LARRY & DIANE JENKINS Larry Jenkins Jr., Tammy Metzger & Terri Roskamp are so very proud of their amazing, loving, wonderful parents, Larry and Diane Jenkins, who are celebrating 50 years together on January 20, 2018.

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EARL C. SMITH

EARL C. SMITH

18 January 2018

  Earl C. “Squirrel” Smith age 72 of Comstock Park, passed away Monday, January 15, 2018 at his home surrounded by his family. Earl was born December 24, 1945 in Grant, Michigan the son of Walter and Sarah (Eaton) Smith. He was an avid hunter and fisherman, and loved riding his motorcycle. He and JoAnn […]

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