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Residents enjoy Community Night It’s finally here Cedar Creek cleanup this Saturday Post travels to Mexico Trout Unlimited receives funds to restore Cedar Creek Clever tips and tricks to save on auto insurance Wrestlers place at nationals
 
Residents enjoy Community Night

Residents enjoy Community Night

Community Night, put on by the Cedar Springs Community Action Network, was back this year after being canceled due to severe weather last year.

Residents enjoy Community Night
It’s finally here

It’s finally here

We’ve been waiting a loooong time for spring—and it seems to have finally arrived. With spring comes fresh blooms

It’s finally here
Cedar Creek cleanup this Saturday

Cedar Creek cleanup this Saturday

It’s not too late to participate in the annual Cedar Creek Cleanup/Earth Day Celebration in Cedar Springs.

Cedar Creek cleanup this Saturday
Post travels to Mexico

Post travels to Mexico

The Argall family—April, Randy and Ethen—went to Cozumel, Mexico on a Disney cruise for Ethen’s 7th birthday.

Post travels to Mexico
Trout Unlimited receives funds to restore Cedar Creek

Trout Unlimited receives funds to restore Cedar Creek

Cedar Creek will benefit this summer from restoration activities funded through a federal grant by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Trout Unlimited receives funds to restore Cedar Creek
Clever tips and tricks to save on auto insurance

Clever tips and tricks to save on auto insurance

Car insurance can take a bite out of your budget. On average, consumers shelled out nearly $800 for auto insurance for each vehicle in 2011, according to a recent report from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners

Clever tips and tricks to save on auto insurance
Wrestlers place at nationals

Wrestlers place at nationals

West Michigan Pursuit thought that the MYWA State Finals would be their last tournament of the season but we have some wrestlers who were not ready to end their season quite yet.

Wrestlers place at nationals

School board approves new superintendent contract

18 April 2014

The Cedar Springs Board of Education tabled the contract for their incoming superintendent Monday evening, but made changes and approved it 6-0 in a special meeting Wednesday evening, April 16.

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Man facing animal cruelty charge

Man facing animal cruelty charge

18 April 2014

A Cedar Springs man was arrested last week for killing a cat that had wandered into his home in Cedar Springs Mobile Estates.

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Eggcellent!

Eggcellent!

18 April 2014

The Mike Cook home at 3240 17 Mile, Solon Township, is a bright spot at Easter time each year. The Cooks have been decorating their yard with these colorful eggs for the past eight years.

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Sparta resident turns 102

Sparta resident turns 102

18 April 2014

It’s doubtful that anyone today remembers living in the year 1912. Many think of it as the year the Titanic sank. But something else happened that year—just one week before the Titanic sank, Zelma Sally Lundquist was born. That makes her 102 years old!

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Vandalism and arrest update

18 April 2014

More suspects have been identified in the recent graffiti vandalism in Cedar Springs, and the case has also expanded to include recovery of a stolen rifle and a spree of stealing from unlocked vehicles at night.

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Robbery suspects to be sentenced

Robbery suspects to be sentenced

18 April 2014

Two men suspected of robbing the Instant Cash Advance in Cedar Springs last summer have made plea agreements with the Federal prosecutor.

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Getting excited about church

18 April 2014

When was the last time you got excited about going to church for Sunday worship? I know that there are days when all of us wished we could stay home especially this winter with all the cold weather and snow making it hard to get to church.

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An Empty Tomb is not an Empty Promise

18 April 2014

“The Mystery of Al Capone’s Vault” aired almost three decades ago this week, and at the time, it was the most watched syndicated television show in history.

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CORNELIUS (NEAL) FEIKEMA

18 April 2014

Cornelius (Neal) Feikema of Evart passed away Saturday April 12, 2014 at Autumnwood of McBain. He was 88. Mr. Feikema was born January 11, 1926 in Okaton, South Dakota to Frank and Ann (DeGraaf) Feikema

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From the editor’s desk

18 April 2014

There are still good people around. Just ask Thelma Gould. We had a good conversation last week about how someone made her day. And she doesn’t even know who it was.

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