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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

Hail, favored one! The Lord is with you (Luke 1:28)

12 October 2018

Father Lam T. Le, Pastor St. John Paul II Parish 3110 17 Mile Rd • Cedar Springs, Michigan 49319 616-696-3904 In the liturgical calendar of the Catholic Church, October 7 is a Marian Feast, the Memorial of Our Lady of the Rosary. On this occasion, one might ask: what is the Rosary? To put it briefly, […]

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Third conference win for boys cross country

Third conference win for boys cross country

12 October 2018

After 10 days off from racing and looking a little rusty, the Cedar Springs boys won their third OK Conference meet at Greenville, coming in first over second place Forest Hills Central with a score of 43 to 53. This meet took place on October 3 at Brookside Golf Course, and there were seven schools […]

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Boys finish fourth at Portage invite

Boys finish fourth at Portage invite

12 October 2018

The Cedar Springs boys and girls cross country teams traveled to Portage on Saturday, October 6, for the biggest invitational in the state. Early morning storms came through creating muddy sections on an already relatively difficult course containing hills. The boys’ varsity team finished 4th overall, but was only 15 points from 2nd and 3 […]

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Cedar grad signs with Davenport to bowl

Cedar grad signs with Davenport to bowl

12 October 2018

The above photo shows Joshua Hamilton, a 2018 graduate of Cedar Springs High School, signing at Davenport University as an NCAA Men’s bowling and Academic Scholar. He is standing with Coach Mike Eaton. Signing was June 20, 2018. Josh is the son of Dave and Kelli Hamilton. Congratulations, Josh!

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Be the Referee

12 October 2018

By Mark Uyl, Asst. Director, MHSAA What officials don’t do  Game officials at all levels have a lot of responsibilities. But there are some critical things that take place at local high school games where officials don’t have the authority that some folks think they do. Let’s start with injuries – specifically concussions. Concussion management […]

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Volleyball falls in two matches

12 October 2018

  The Cedar Springs Varsity volleyball team fell in two tough 0-3 matches to the Huskies of Forest Hills Northern on Tuesday night, October 3, and to the Red Arrows of Lowell on Wednesday night, October 4. With the losses, the Red Hawks fall to 7-19-1 overall and 1-6 in conference action. The Lady Red […]

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What does it mean to be an American? 

12 October 2018

  By Lee H. Hamilton Tell me: What does it actually mean to be an American? In the press of day-to-day events and amid the ongoing tumult of politics, we don’t think about this much. Yet it’s a crucial question, one that each generation in this country is called upon to answer for itself. Despite […]

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Howard City CROP Walk

12 October 2018

  Sunday, October 14, is the date for the upcoming CROP Walk in Howard City. The purpose of the walk is to raise money to help feed the hungry. The walk begins and ends at Ensley Park in Howard City. Registration is 1:30, walk starts at 2 p.m. The route covers 4-1/4 miles but you […]

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Tire recycling event

12 October 2018

  Join us for a one-day event to recycle your tires for free! Area townships and Kent County DPW are co-hosting a tire event for area residents at Long Lake Park, on Krauskopf NE, just off 17 Mile in Solon Township, on October 13, from 8-noon. Details:  Kent County residents can bring up to 10 […]

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Yard sale anger

12 October 2018

  A woman was taking her time browsing through everything at a friend’s yard sale, and said to her, “My husband is going to be very angry I stopped at a yard sale.” “I’m sure he’ll understand when you tell him about all the bargains you found,” her friend replied. “Normally, yes,” she said.  “But […]

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