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Early snowstorm slams West Michigan Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season The Post travels to the Arctic Circle Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado?  Fundraiser brings in cash for camp Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated Hunters can help fill food bank freezers  4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest
 
Early snowstorm slams West Michigan

Early snowstorm slams West Michigan

Blowing snow, wind chills in the single digits and icy roads put the area in a deep freeze, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, causing hundreds of schools to close and many drivers to slide off the road.

Early snowstorm slams West Michigan
Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season

Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks Varsity Football team had a great season, going 9-2 and winning the OK-Bronze Conference Championship outright. They won their first playoff home game at Red Hawk Stadium, against Forest Hills Northern, and were defeated by Muskegon in the district regional the following week.

Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season
The Post travels to the Arctic Circle

The Post travels to the Arctic Circle

The Cedar Springs Post traveled to the Arctic Circle last summer with John Osburn, of Nelson Township. Thanks so much, John, for taking us with you!

The Post travels to the Arctic Circle
Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 

Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 

The National Weather office in Grand Rapids needs your help. April 11, 2015 will mark the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Palm Sunday Tornado Outbreak and they are looking for photos, home movies and eyewitness accounts of the tornadoes to be documented as part of their commemoration event.

Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 
Fundraiser brings in cash for camp

Fundraiser brings in cash for camp

With Christmas songs playing in the background and holiday decorations on every table, 250 people shopped at the Pine Ridge Bible Camp’s 11th annual auction, held at Cedar Springs High School on November 8.

Fundraiser brings in cash for camp
Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated

Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated

Congratulations to the 8th Grade football team, who have had two straight undefeated seasons. Way to go! Back Row:  Coach Paul Ringler, Jason Magoon, Cody Gott, Wyatt Knauf, Colton Pope, James Myers, Coach John Gott, Coach Bob Wier Middle Row:  Ryan Ringler, Jarrett Hoogerhyde, Kolby Swank, Ethan West, Bill Hammer, Kaleb Gordon, Xavier Anderson Front […]

Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated
Hunters can help fill food bank freezers 

Hunters can help fill food bank freezers 

With Michigan’s deer season swinging into high gear, it won’t be long before many hunters are bringing their harvested deer into the local butcher shop to have the venison processed and prepared for the freezer.

Hunters can help fill food bank freezers 
4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest

4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest

Mr. George challenged the 4th and 5th graders to participate in grade level essay contest. 1st place for the fourth grade went to Rebekah Wineman.

4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest

Wolves in Ecosystems (Part 1)

20 November 2014

Wolves crossing the Straits of Mackinaw to the Lower Peninsula (LP) seems unlikely, but it was reported three crossed on ice near Mackinac Bridge. A shipping lane is open all winter but it froze long enough. It turned out the canines were dogs and not wolves.

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DNR adds to list of unwanted aquatic invasive species

DNR adds to list of unwanted aquatic invasive species

20 November 2014

DNR adds to list of unwanted aquatic invasive species The Department of Natural Resources announced the addition of seven species to Michigan’s prohibited species list of aquatic invasive species.

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Bring deer by DNR deer check station

Bring deer by DNR deer check station

20 November 2014

The Department of Natural Resources encourages hunters to stop by a DNR deer check station after their successful harvest, for DNR staff to collect important data from their deer and to receive their 2014 cooperator patch.

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Weekly Fishing Tip

20 November 2014

Tips for targeting steelhead this fall If you decide to target steelhead on Michigan’s rivers while in a boat, there are two reel options you can turn to. Consider offering bait underneath a centerpin style reel, which are becoming popular with steelhead anglers. The line will come off smoothly allowing for float-suspended baits to work […]

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CTA Celebrates First “Wall of Honor” Induction; Coxons Honored

CTA Celebrates First “Wall of Honor” Induction; Coxons Honored

20 November 2014

CTA held its inaugural “Wall of Honor” induction ceremony on Thursday, October 23 in the CTA auditorium. Dr. DeWayne Coxon and Lexie Coxon were honored as the first inductees.

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CTA Calendar

20 November 2014

November 21 Student Early Release – (2 hours early) K-5 Dismissal at 12:55 pm 6-12 Dismissal at 1:06 pm 26-28 No School for Students and Staff (Thanksgiving Break) December 12 Early Release – (2 hours early) K-5 Dismissal at 12:55 pm 6-12 Dismissal at 1:06 pm 19 Last day before Winter Break 22-January 2  – […]

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CTA Spirit Week & CTA Halloween Extravaganza!

CTA Spirit Week & CTA Halloween Extravaganza!

20 November 2014

October was a fun filled month for CTA Elementary; we experienced our first Spirit Week of the year. Wow, the CTA Yearbook staff put together a fantastic week!

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ASK SCORE

20 November 2014

  By Bob Cooper, SCORE Counselor   Do I Need a  Corporation, a Partnership or an LLC for my business?  Prior to starting a new business it is important to select the proper legal structure. It is possible to start a business by yourself without creating any separate structure; this type of structure is commonly […]

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Beware of call claiming to be IRS

20 November 2014

For the past weeks many West Michigan residents have been receiving phone calls that purport to be from the IRS, advising them that there is a problem with their federal income tax return.

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Faces and facts tell the story of disability

20 November 2014

  By: Vonda VanTil, Social Security Public Affairs Specialist   Every family has stories—stories are a great way to carry on family legacies, pass lessons on to future generations, and share what is important to your family with the rest of the world. Your family stories may include ones about the birth of a child, […]

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