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Four-way stop installed at 13 Mile and Pine Island The Post travels to Alaska In the Spotlight: The Cedar Springs Fire Department Cub Scout presents check to Nature Center Our Mission Marching band completes band camp New deer regulations related to chronic wasting disease Cedar Springs Community Players presents Alice In Wonderland, Jr.  
 
Four-way stop installed at 13 Mile and Pine Island

Four-way stop installed at 13 Mile and Pine Island

Drivers traveling 13 Mile Road in Algoma Township need to be aware that they are now required to stop at Pine Island. Previously only those traveling on Pine Island were required to stop.

Four-way stop installed at 13 Mile and Pine Island
The Post travels to Alaska

The Post travels to Alaska

The Post recently traveled to Alaska with Kim Gillow and Mary Balon, of Cedar Springs.

The Post travels to Alaska
In the Spotlight: The Cedar Springs Fire Department

In the Spotlight: The Cedar Springs Fire Department

The Cedar Springs Fire and Rescue Department is a lean, clean, helping machine, full of spunk, kindness and compassion.

In the Spotlight: The Cedar Springs Fire Department
Cub Scout presents check to Nature Center

Cub Scout presents check to Nature Center

Ryan Hess, of Cub Scout Pack 3220, presented a check of $430.66 to Howard Christensen Nature Center last Saturday, August 4.

Cub Scout presents check to Nature Center
Our Mission

Our Mission

Creative Technologies Academy is a K-12 community of learners committed to changing our world by developing students in character, scholarship, and leadership.

Our Mission
Marching band completes band camp

Marching band completes band camp

The Cedar Springs High School Marching band recently attended band camp where they worked on their 2018 show entitled “We the people.” At the end of the week, they did performed for the community to showcase what they had learned.

Marching band completes band camp
New deer regulations related to chronic wasting disease

New deer regulations related to chronic wasting disease

Included is a ban on baiting and feeding in CWD Management zone, including Kent County... Michigan’s Natural Resources Commission approved new hunting regulations last week aimed at slowing the spread of chronic wasting disease.

New deer regulations related to chronic wasting disease
Cedar Springs Community Players presents Alice In Wonderland, Jr.  

Cedar Springs Community Players presents Alice In Wonderland, Jr.  

 Alice and her madcap friends are coming to the Kent Theatre on August 18, 19 and 20. Join them as they travel down the rabbit hole and experience their adventures in Wonderland. 

Cedar Springs Community Players presents Alice In Wonderland, Jr.  
EVELYN RUTH JOHNSON CARPENTER

EVELYN RUTH JOHNSON CARPENTER

17 August 2018

Evelyn Ruth Johnson Carpenter, age 97, passed away at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans on August 5. Mrs. Carpenter was born in Byron Center, Michigan on November 23, 1920, and was the daughter of the late Harold and Minnie Boone Johnson. She married Donavon Carpenter on March 30, 1946. They were married for 52 […]

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BRUCE ALLEN JOHNSON

BRUCE ALLEN JOHNSON

17 August 2018

Bruce Allen Johnson, age 61, of Cedar Springs, passed away on Monday August 6, 2018. Bruce was born to Elmer Johnson and Thelma (Gee) Johnson on August 23, 1956. He was a graduate of Creston High School. Bruce is survived by his wife of 36 years, Diane (Deason) Johnson; his children, Tony Johnson (Brandy), Alisha […]

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STANLEY DALE NEDRY

STANLEY DALE NEDRY

17 August 2018

Stanley Dale Nedry, age 91, of Cedar Springs passed away Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital. Stan was born June 21, 1927 in Falmouth, Michigan, the son of Fred and Sisley (Jones) Nedry. He served in the United States Army. Stan was an amazing carpenter for many years. He is survived by […]

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In Loving Memory of KENNETH R. HAUGEN

In Loving Memory of KENNETH R. HAUGEN

17 August 2018

In Loving Memory of  KENNETH R. HAUGEN August 27, 1946 – August 14, 2008 The Rose by Bette Midler Some say love, it is a river, that drowns the tender reed Some say love, it is a razor, that leaves your soul to bleed Some say love, it is a hunger, an endless aching need […]

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Thank you from the publisher

17 August 2018

  I would like to express my thanks and appreciation to Lyle Perry as well as to Marge Clark for the cards they sent to me which held messages of congratulations on our 30 year anniversary. They were very special to me. Both held wonderful and heartfelt messages. They touched my heart. And, it’s always […]

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Cedar Springs Brewing Company beer found across Kent County

Cedar Springs Brewing Company beer found across Kent County

17 August 2018

  Brewery announces draft distribution of their Küsterer Bier brand beers Cedar Springs Brewing Company is proud to announce a new partnership with West Side Beer Distributing. The brewery’s historical and traditional Küsterer Bier brand lagers and ales are now available on tap at bars and restaurants in Kent County. “We are very excited to […]

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Coming soon: Flo’s Wood Fired Pizzeria

17 August 2018

If you’d like to try an authentic Sicilian wood fired pizza, you shouldn’t have long to wait. Flo’s Wood Fired Pizza will be opening in late August at 4425 14 Mile Rd (formerly the site of the old Crazy Horse saloon).

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Angel Nails

17 August 2018

Are you feeling like a nice relaxing pedicure? Do you need to get your nails done? Angel Nails at Cedar Springs Meijer is under new ownership and owner Jennie Nguyen is excited to show you what they can do.

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Our legacy lives on

17 August 2018

    Book donation completed by: Lois Allen We reached out to our readers and asked for financial help to keep our history in book form by contributing to the binding of The Cedar Springs Post Newspaper for the years, 2016 and 2017. Thankfully, our readers responded. We now have enough money to make it […]

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Community focus opportunity

17 August 2018

As the new school year begins, we want to include prayers for safety and success for all involved throughout our community.

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