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Three car crash sends teen to hospital The Post travels to Iceland Officials warn of deadly drug Red Hawks rock homecoming game Kids find success in annual Youth Hunt Welcome Back Chargers The Alchemist Final Adopt-A-Highway cleanup of year starts Saturday
 
Three car crash sends teen to hospital

Three car crash sends teen to hospital

A three-car crash at the corner of 17 Mile and White Creek sent a young teen to the hospital last week.

Three car crash sends teen to hospital
The Post travels to Iceland

The Post travels to Iceland

Leslie Anne Wood, of Oakfield Township, took the Post along with her on a summer trip to Iceland, Denmark, and Norway.

The Post travels to Iceland
Officials warn of deadly drug

Officials warn of deadly drug

The Kent County Sheriff Department is warning people about a deadly new drug turning up in Kent County.

Officials warn of deadly drug
Red Hawks rock homecoming game

Red Hawks rock homecoming game

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks took on the Northview’s Wildcats for their fourth game of the season, the first in their own stadium this season, and also the school’s homecoming game.

Red Hawks rock homecoming game
Kids find success in annual Youth Hunt

Kids find success in annual Youth Hunt

Last weekend, September 17-18, was the annual Youth Hunt here in Michigan. At least three area youth bagged a deer last weekend, all for the first time.

Kids find success in annual Youth Hunt
Welcome Back Chargers

Welcome Back Chargers

WOW! We have started another year at Creative Technologies Academy Elementary, we love having so many fresh, new faces in our halls along with the many returning faces!

Welcome Back Chargers
The Alchemist

The Alchemist

Last Monday, September 12, residents enjoyed the Readers Theatre put on by Actors del Arte at the Cedar Springs Public Library. The group presented Paulo Coehlo’s book, “The Alchemist.”

The Alchemist
Final Adopt-A-Highway cleanup of year starts Saturday

Final Adopt-A-Highway cleanup of year starts Saturday

It’s that time again: a chill is in the air, leaves are beginning to turn, and crews are getting ready for the year’s last Adopt-A-Highway pickup along state roadways.

Final Adopt-A-Highway cleanup of year starts Saturday

Girls volleyball starts conference action

22 September 2016

  Cedar Springs Varsity Volleyball played a terrific conference opening match on Tuesday night (Sept. 13) against Lowell, with the Red Arrows prevailing in the three set match on their home floor. Lowell took the sets 19-25, 18-25 and 16-25. The Red Hawks were led by senior setter Ali Sparling, who put up a strong all around performance […]

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Middle School football schedule

22 September 2016

  Middle school football is back! Gate fee: $3.00 adult and $2.00 per student. Rocket football players with jersey get in free. Game times: 7th grade 5:00 p.m., 8th grade 6:30 p.m. See schedule for next Wednesday, September 28, below: Week          Date                Venue        […]

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Long time church secretary to retire

Long time church secretary to retire

22 September 2016

Janet Avery, long time secretary for the Cedar Springs United Methodist Church, is retiring at the end of September, but will continue as church organist. Janet started as church organist in 1961. Then, in 1974, she took the position of church secretary, which she has held for 42 years. Janet has played the church organ […]

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Working together

22 September 2016

Pastor Darryl Miller Sand Lake/South Ensley United Methodist churches  616.636.5659   Philippians 2:2 New International Version: 2 then make my joy complete by being like-minded, having the same love, being one in spirit and of one mind. I had a rare opportunity this Sunday to visit a church other than the ones that I serve and […]

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Mark H. Doren

Mark H. Doren

22 September 2016

Mark H. Doren, 97 of Cedar Springs passed away at his earthly home Tuesday, September 20, 2016 and was welcomed into his heavenly home by his bride of 77 years, June (Moul) Doren who went before him on February 8, 2016. Mark was born April 23, 1919 in Kent City, Michigan the son of Charles […]

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Judith Ann Tysse

22 September 2016

  Judith Ann Tysse age 65, of Grand Rapids, passed away on Thursday, September 15, 2016.  Judy was born at Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids, the daughter of Clarence and Kathleen (Prater) Tysse of Cedar Springs.  She spent her childhood in Cedar Springs, graduating from Cedar Springs High School in 1969.  She went on to […]

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European frogbit detected in West Michigan lakes

European frogbit detected in West Michigan lakes

22 September 2016

  Invasive species alert The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has confirmed the presence of European frogbit, a prohibited aquatic invasive plant, in Reeds and Fisk lakes in the city of East Grand Rapids. European frogbit was first verified in Michigan in 1996 along the Great Lakes waterways in southeastern Michigan and has since been found in […]

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Insect or wind pollinated

22 September 2016

By Ranger Steve Mueller   Showy attractive flowers tend to be insect pollinated. Flowers that do not capture our attention are typically wind pollinated. The size of pollen is a critical factor between the wind and insect pollinated flowers. Large pollen weight causes it to fall to ground near the parent plant when dislodged. An […]

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CTA Character Education

CTA Character Education

22 September 2016

Each month, CTA focuses on a character trait that we discuss, learn, collaborate and implement into our lives at school, home and our community

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Character Day

22 September 2016

  Over 62,000 groups in 96 countries have already signed up for the third annual Character Day, set for September 22! CTA will join this global conversation around the importance of developing character strengths (resilience, grit, empathy, courage, kindness) – all rooted in evidence-based research.

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