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Lest we forget 2017 Renaissance Faire  Post travels to Branson Make traffic safety a priority for Memorial Day Weekend  State record broken by same angler nearly nine years later Hill to play basketball at Grace Bible next year Pompeii-The Musical
 
Lest we forget

Lest we forget

Memorial Day is a day to remember and honor those that gave their lives while defending our country. It’s also a day to remember all those that have served and are now deceased.

Lest we forget
2017 Renaissance Faire 

2017 Renaissance Faire 

Last weekend, May 20-21, there were strange goings on at Morley Park, as hobbits, orcs, elves, and other unusual people could be seen strolling throughout the Park, and all manner of entertainment graced the grounds, from sword play, to belly dancing, to musical minstrels.

2017 Renaissance Faire 
Post travels to Branson

Post travels to Branson

This week the Post traveled with the Hall family and we received a photo before they even returned home!

Post travels to Branson
Make traffic safety a priority for Memorial Day Weekend 

Make traffic safety a priority for Memorial Day Weekend 

As Michiganders take to the roads to get to their Memorial Day weekend destination, Michigan State Police troopers will be on patrol to encourage safe and responsible driving.

Make traffic safety a priority for Memorial Day Weekend 
State record broken by same angler nearly nine years later

State record broken by same angler nearly nine years later

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently confirmed a new state-record fish for bigmouth buffalo. This marks the first state-record fish caught in 2017

State record broken by same angler nearly nine years later
Hill to play basketball at Grace Bible next year

Hill to play basketball at Grace Bible next year

Cedar Springs Red Hawk senior Thomas Hill signed a letter of intent to play college basketball at Grace Bible College next year.

Hill to play basketball at Grace Bible next year
Pompeii-The Musical

Pompeii-The Musical

Tired of political correctness and looking for a good laugh? If so, then get your tickets to local playwright Scott Phillips’ fresh off the parchment Pompeii-The Musical with music by Jill Detroit and Sean Anthony

Pompeii-The Musical
North Kent Community Services takes new name

North Kent Community Services takes new name

18 May 2017

It began in 1973 as Rockford Community Services. Sometime in the 1980s it became North Kent Service Center. Then, in 2010, it changed its name to North Kent Community Services, to better reflect the fact it was serving the northern Kent community—from 6 Mile Rd north to the county line at 22 Mile Rd—with food, […]

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KDL to bring back the bookmobile

KDL to bring back the bookmobile

18 May 2017

Kent District Library is pleased to announce that it has received a $208,000 grant from the Steelcase Foundation to design and offer a bookmobile to the KDL community. This mobile library will enable KDL to bring its services and programming to Kent County residents who can’t travel to one of its 18 branches on a […]

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Congressional Medal of Merit recipients recognized

Congressional Medal of Merit recipients recognized

18 May 2017

Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) recognized the 2017 service academy appointees and student Congressional Medal of Merit recipients from Michigan’s Third District at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum on Saturday, May 6.

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Fundraiser for Solon Fire Department

18 May 2017

  Spaghetti fundraiser and silent auction May 31 for lifesaving equipment By Judy Reed When someone you know and love is in cardiac arrest, you want to get them the best help possible. That’s why the Solon Township Fire Department is holding an all you can eat spaghetti dinner and silent auction at Big Boy, […]

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Michigan sees 10 percent increase in traffic fatalities in 2016 

Michigan sees 10 percent increase in traffic fatalities in 2016 

18 May 2017

  For the second year, Michigan traffic deaths increased 10 percent, up from 963 in 2015 to 1,064 in 2016, according to just-released information from the Michigan State Police Criminal Justice Information Center. For 2017, we have had 338 traffic deaths so far, which is up by 26 (eight percent) from May of 2016. Prior […]

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National Bike Month

National Bike Month

18 May 2017

With the welcome return of warm weather, May is recognized as National Bike Month. Bike to Work Week is May 15-19, with Friday, May 19, designated as Bike to Work Day. The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) encourages other transportation agencies and the public to help raise bicycling safety awareness and promote the safety message: Give […]

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Chargers Join Charter Day at The Capitol

Chargers Join Charter Day at The Capitol

18 May 2017

Every year, the Michigan Association of Public School Academies (MAPSA) facilitates a charter school advocacy day.

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Book Tasting in Campbell’s Café

Book Tasting in Campbell’s Café

18 May 2017

The third grade students have been working hard on growing as readers. As a class, we’ve been tracking what types of books we were reading independently

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Ethan Lehman Named Essay Scholarship Winner

Ethan Lehman Named Essay Scholarship Winner

18 May 2017

CTA senior Ethan Lehman was named one of the winners of the Economics Club of Grand Rapids scholarship. All applicants had to write an essay on “Social Media: How does it Help or Hinder Ethical Leadership?” More than 300 students applied and Ethan was named one of the top 13 winners. Essays were judged on […]

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Springtime Spruce Up

Springtime Spruce Up

18 May 2017

Spring is in the air and landscaping projects are plentiful around CTAs six-acre campus.

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