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Out of the attic: The great bank robbery of 1903 The Post travels to the Bahamas Hometown Hero FFA wraps up busy 2019 Lady Red Hawks look to get back on track Varsity Cheer team placed third in tough competition Squirrel Colors
 
Out of the attic: The great bank robbery of 1903

Out of the attic: The great bank robbery of 1903

from The Making of a Town: A historical journey through Cedar Springs The building at 43 N. Main Street once served has quite the history behind it. It was built in 1889 by Frank Fuller. The building started its life as a bank and was used as a bank for many years. Frank was a […]

Out of the attic: The great bank robbery of 1903
The Post travels to the Bahamas

The Post travels to the Bahamas

The Post traveled with the Passarelli/Malon family over Christmas break on a cruise to the Bahamas

The Post travels to the Bahamas
Hometown Hero

Hometown Hero

Marine Pvt. Samuel Jacob Blanchard, of Cedar Springs, graduated in December from boot camp at Parris Island

Hometown Hero
FFA wraps up busy 2019

FFA wraps up busy 2019

The summer of 2019 started as a struggle for many FFA members after long time Advisor, Mr. Larry Reyburn retired

FFA wraps up busy 2019
Lady Red Hawks look to get back on track

Lady Red Hawks look to get back on track

Cedar Springs Girls Basketball started the 2019-20 season on a tear. They look to get back on track

Lady Red Hawks look to get back on track
Varsity Cheer team placed third in tough competition

Varsity Cheer team placed third in tough competition

The Cedar Springs High School Competitive Cheer team faced its toughest competition of the season on January 18th at the Cougar Spirit Invitational

Varsity Cheer team placed third in tough competition
Squirrel Colors

Squirrel Colors

Does your family have specific recognizable gene characteristics? I have two dimples that my brothers and dad also possess

Squirrel Colors
K-12 students invited to enter 2020 Michigan Junior Duck Stamp Contest

K-12 students invited to enter 2020 Michigan Junior Duck Stamp Contest

24 January 2020

Calling all young artists: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is accepting entries for the 2020 Michigan Junior Duck Stamp Contest administered by the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge in Saginaw. Entries must be postmarked by March 15. The USFWS has hosted the contest in Michigan since 1995 to boost education and awareness about North America’s […]

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ALLEN RANDOLPH HUGHES

ALLEN RANDOLPH HUGHES

24 January 2020

Allen Randolph “Randy” Hughes, age 77 of Morley, passed away unexpectedly Sunday, January 19, 2020 at his home. He was born August 22, 1942 in Gary #10, West Virginia, the son of Randolph “Link” and Deborah (Mitchem) Hughes. Randy trusted in the Lord and was a member of the Church of God. He served his […]

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GARY CHURCHARD

GARY CHURCHARD

24 January 2020

Gary S. Churchard, age 61 of Cedar Springs passed away Friday, January 17, 2020 at his home. Gary was born in Grand Rapids, MI on May 25, 1958 the son of Ronald and Sharon (Shotwell) Churchard. He was a graduate of Creston High School. He was a talented jeweler and artist. Gary loved his family […]

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MIKE HARLESS

MIKE HARLESS

24 January 2020

Mike Harless, age 69 of Greenville, died early Thursday, January 16, 2020 at Metron of Greenville. He was born November 13, 1950 in Anderson, Indiana, the son of Mac and Barbara Joan (Murray) Harless. Mike worked at Master Unit Die in Greenville for many years. He was an outdoorsman, and especially enjoyed fishing and his […]

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ROCKE PENNINGTON

ROCKE PENNINGTON

24 January 2020

Rocke D. Pennington, age 71, of Greenville, MI died Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at Spectrum Health Butterworth Campus. Rocke was born January 17, 1948 in Grand Rapids, MI the son of Roger and Rose (McIntyre) Pennington. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army serving during the Vietnam War. Music was his heart as well […]

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Hiccup cure

24 January 2020

A man entered a drug store and asked to see the pharmacist. When the pharmacist came out, the man asked if he could give him a cure for the hiccups. The pharmacist immediately reached out and slapped him across the face. “What’d you do that for?” the man complained. “Well, you don’t have the hiccups […]

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Hometown Happenings

24 January 2020

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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Board of Ed selects officers

Board of Ed selects officers

17 January 2020

By Judy Reed The Cedar Springs Board of Education held their annual organizational meeting on Monday, January 13. The board selected the same officers to serve this year as last year: President is Heidi Reed, Vice President is Matt Shoffner, Treasurer is Trent Gilmore, and Secretary is Traci Slager. Rounding out the board are trustees […]

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Michigan files lawsuit against 3M, DuPont and others for PFAS contamination

Michigan files lawsuit against 3M, DuPont and others for PFAS contamination

17 January 2020

LANSING—Michigan  Attorney General Dana Nessel filed a lawsuit this week in Washtenaw County Circuit Court against 17 defendants, including 3M and DuPont, for the damages and injury to the State of Michigan caused by contamination from toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, collectively known as PFAS and often referred to as “forever chemicals.” The lawsuit is […]

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CWD identified in Newaygo County farmed deer

17 January 2020

LANSING –The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural and Development (MDARD) has confirmed chronic wasting disease (CWD) in three white-tailed deer from a Newaygo County deer farm. All three deer were four-and-a-half years old. The samples were submitted for routine testing as part of the state’s CWD surveillance program for farmed deer. To date, CWD […]

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