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Donna Clark named 2016 Red Flannel Festival Grand Marshal The Post travels to New Mexico NATIONAL BIRDFEEDING MONTH Depiazza claims 100th win as Red Hawks finish second in conference Free fishing weekend Feb. 13-14 Group knits red hats for babies born in Greenville Cocktail Tips for Winter Entertaining
 
Donna Clark named 2016 Red Flannel Festival Grand Marshal

Donna Clark named 2016 Red Flannel Festival Grand Marshal

When there is community group doing something good in Cedar Springs, there is a good chance that Donna Clark, our town’s head librarian, is a part of it.

Donna Clark named 2016 Red Flannel Festival Grand Marshal
The Post travels to New Mexico

The Post travels to New Mexico

The Post traveled recently to New Mexico with Laurie Bahmer, of Howard City. “My brother and his family live in Las Cruces, NM. I went to visit them, as I hadn't seen them in many years,” she said.

The Post travels to New Mexico
NATIONAL BIRDFEEDING MONTH

NATIONAL BIRDFEEDING MONTH

Watching birds is a joy unto itself—but you can easily make it mean so much more just by reporting the birds you see to Project FeederWatch.

NATIONAL BIRDFEEDING MONTH
Depiazza claims 100th win as Red Hawks finish second in conference

Depiazza claims 100th win as Red Hawks finish second in conference

Cedar Springs High School Wrestling traveled to Wyoming for the last Conference Tri Meet last Wednesday, February 3. Cedar Springs started the evening against Wyoming and claimed a victory, 71-6.

Depiazza claims 100th win as Red Hawks finish second in conference
Free fishing weekend Feb. 13-14

Free fishing weekend Feb. 13-14

Everyone in Michigan – including residents and non-residents – can fish without a license Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 13 and 14, though all other fishing regulations still apply.

Free fishing weekend Feb. 13-14
Group knits red hats for babies born in Greenville

Group knits red hats for babies born in Greenville

February is American Heart Month and a fellowship group with the informal name of Stitchers & More is celebrating. They are raising awareness of heart disease by knitting red hats for all babies born in February at United Hospital in Greenville.

Group knits red hats for babies born in Greenville
Cocktail Tips for Winter Entertaining

Cocktail Tips for Winter Entertaining

Winter is the perfect time for entertaining guests in the comfort of your home — and nothing beats cozying up by the fireplace with a delectable winter cocktail. From warming treats to rich flavor concoctions, vodka can be a terrific ingredient for wintertime cocktails. A party calls for something special. If you’re going to be […]

Cocktail Tips for Winter Entertaining
The H Word: When is it time to call hospice?

The H Word: When is it time to call hospice?

11 February 2016

Jane is suffering from cancer. It started in her liver and has now spread to her lungs and embedded in her bones. The chemo and radiation are not helping. But her doctor is yet to bring up hospice, the H word so many don’t want to hear.

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Landing Check

11 February 2016

  A man was inspecting communications facilities in Alaska. He had little experience flying in small planes, and was nervous when they approached a landing strip in a snow-covered area. The pilot descended to just a couple hundred feet, then gunned both engines, climbed, and circled back. While the man’s heart pounded, the passenger beside him seemed calm. […]

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Seven tips to avoid Presidents Day rush

11 February 2016

IRS recommends IRS.gov for quick answers

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Hometown Happenings

11 February 2016

Hometown Happenings articles are a community service for non-profit agencies only. Due to popular demand for placement in this section, we can no longer run all articles. Deadline for articles is Monday at 5 p.m. This is not guaranteed space. Articles will run as space allows. Guaranteed placement is $10, certain restrictions may apply. You […]

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How to tell if Congress is working again

How to tell if Congress is working again

11 February 2016

By Lee H. Hamilton There have been encouraging signs that the Republican leadership on Capitol Hill wants to make Congress function again. They’ve talked about using conference committees more, allowing a more open process for rank-and-file members, enacting separate appropriation bills rather than using omnibus bills, and letting committees lead on legislation rather than hoarding […]

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LEONARD J. HAGGERTY

LEONARD J. HAGGERTY

11 February 2016

Leonard J. Haggerty, 90, of St. Louis, Michigan, died Saturday, February 6, 2016 at his home. Mr. Haggerty was born May 9, 1925 in Pine Woods, New York, the son of Walter and Edith (Krebser) Haggerty. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II for 30 months. He completed basic training in Macon, […]

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BEATRICE ROELOFS

11 February 2016

Mrs. Beatrice Roelofs, age 86, of Cedar Springs, went home to her Lord and Savior on Sunday February 7, 2016. She was born to Bert and Grace (Walma) Boersen on July 24, 1929 in Zeeland, Michigan. Beatrice enjoyed reading, word search puzzles, cross stitch, feeding the birds and gardening. However, most of all she enjoyed […]

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Virgil H. Tillottson

Virgil H. Tillottson

05 February 2016

Virgil H. Tillottson, 82 passed away Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at Spectrum Health – Butterworth Campus. Mr. Tillottson was born March 4, 1933 the son of Aaron and Myrtle (Baker) Tillottson.

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Rockford City Manager Michael Young dies at 48

Rockford City Manager Michael Young dies at 48

04 February 2016

The City of Rockford was stunned last week when City manager Michael Young, 48, passed away Thursday, January 27, two days after suffering a stroke. His funeral was Monday, February 1. Young, who was well-liked and loved by the community, recently celebrated 20 years of service to the City of Rockford. What follows is portions […]

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Stanton man sentenced in murder

Stanton man sentenced in murder

04 February 2016

  Alan Morse shot and killed Alan Nelson last March The man who broke into a Sidney Township man’s home last spring and then shot the 80-year-old man in his bed, was sentenced this week. The crime occurred on March 29, 2015, when Alan Lee Morse, 49, broke into the home of Alan Dale Nelson, […]

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