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The Post travels to Belarus Sheriff Department recognizes victim advocates and citizens Add Some Sparkle to Your Holiday Décor Indulge in a bite of pie and take a nap  Wolves in Ecosystems Part 2 Teenager danger: Five rules for young drivers
 
The Post travels to Belarus

The Post travels to Belarus

Barb Groth sent us some photos from her 3-1/2 week visit last summer to Belarus. She wrote: “Most people ask, ‘Where’s that?’ ‘Is it a city?’ or ‘Isn’t that where all the conflict with Russia is happening? Aren’t you afraid?’

The Post travels to Belarus
Sheriff Department recognizes victim advocates and citizens

Sheriff Department recognizes victim advocates and citizens

The Kent County Sheriff Department honored two volunteer victim advocates and two county residents on Thursday, November 13, by presenting them with Public Service Awards and Letters of Appreciation.

Sheriff Department recognizes victim advocates and citizens
Add Some Sparkle to Your Holiday Décor

Add Some Sparkle to Your Holiday Décor

Liven up your holiday décor with lights, a bit of glitz and some colorful blossoms this season. Start by gathering greenery from your landscape. Use needled evergreens like pines and firs, broadleaf evergreens like boxwood, holly and evergreen magnolia as well as junipers and arborvitaes to create wreaths, swags, centerpieces and garland.

Add Some Sparkle to Your Holiday Décor
Indulge in a bite of pie and take a nap 

Indulge in a bite of pie and take a nap 

  It could keep you healthy this holiday season   (BPT) – The holiday season is full of celebrations. From office parties to family events, everyone gathers to spread a little extra cheer. While people may be wary of what all of the holiday treats will mean for their health, avoiding all of the revelry […]

Indulge in a bite of pie and take a nap 
Wolves in Ecosystems Part 2

Wolves in Ecosystems Part 2

Wolves’ presence and behavior increases wildlife populations despite their killing individual prey. Their predatory role in ecosystems has significant positive impacts on animal and plant communities.

Wolves in Ecosystems Part 2
Teenager danger: Five rules for young drivers

Teenager danger: Five rules for young drivers

If you’re feeling nervous about handing the car keys to your teenager for the first time, you’re not alone. It’s a common sentiment given some sobering statistics. According to teendriversource.org, 20 percent of all 16-year-old drivers will be involved in an accident during their first year behind the wheel.

Teenager danger: Five rules for young drivers

Hometown Happenings

26 November 2014

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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Former city employee becomes Mayor

Former city employee becomes Mayor

20 November 2014

by Judy Reed The Cedar Springs City Council, made up of four new members and three returning members, chose a new Mayor and Mayor Pro-tem at their meeting on Thursday, November 13. Four new members were sworn in—Rose Powell, Molly Nixon, Perry Hopkins and Pam Conley. Conley, who previously served, lost her seat last year […]

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Avoid the “Second Shovel”

Avoid the “Second Shovel”

20 November 2014

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Task force investigates missing person cold case

Task force investigates missing person cold case

20 November 2014

A task force of detectives formed earlier this year to investigate a missing person complaint from 2005 is now investigating the case as a homicide.

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City gets second warning siren 

20 November 2014

When the new siren was installed in North Park in 2011, the City of Cedar Springs knew that although it could be heard as far as White Creek to the west, and Ritchie to the east, to the south it only reached to just north of Dio Drive.

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CAROLYN GREEN

CAROLYN GREEN

20 November 2014

Mrs. Carolyn Green, age 88, left us on Sunday November 16th, 2014 surrounded by her adoring family after a short but valiant battle with cancer. Carolyn grew up in Ensley Center, Michigan, in the loving care of her parents who were dairy farmers. Carolyn was valedictorian of the 1944 class of Sand Lake High School. […]

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GORDON HENRY SHELLER

20 November 2014

April 16, 1936-November 18, 2010 4 years have passed, but not a day goes by that we don’t think about and miss you. We are going to love you forever and ever, Amen.   Sad are the hearts that loved you Silent are the tears that fall. Living our lives without you, Is the hardest […]

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RONALD R. BURT

RONALD R. BURT

20 November 2014

December 9, 1955 – November 22, 2012   Wonderful memories of one so dear, Treasured still with a love sincere. In our hearts he is living yet, We love him too dearly to forget.   In loving memory, Sharon, Heather and Linsay

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Thank you

20 November 2014

Thank you to all the voters from the City of Cedar Springs. I appreciate your votes and support from our community.   Rose Ellen Powell City Councilmember

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Thank God Anyhow

20 November 2014

Pastor Mike Shiery Pilgrim Bible Church West Pine Street | Cedar Springs     “Though the fig tree may not blossom, nor fruit be on the vines; though the labor of the olive may fail, and the fields yield no food; though the flock may be cut off from the fold, and there be no […]

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