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Get ready for Santa Green strobe lights mean go slow The Post travels to the Ryder Cup CTA cross country awarded academic all-state French Book Project Porcupine and Cougar
 
Get ready for Santa

Get ready for Santa

Santa parade, tree lighting this Saturday, December 3, and a musical weekend December 10-11… Are you ready to have yourself a merry Christmas Cedar Springs-style? The next two weekends will have some great family fun and entertainment put on by the Cedar Springs Area Chamber of Commerce.

Get ready for Santa
Green strobe lights mean go slow

Green strobe lights mean go slow

To promote enhanced safety during storm response and other road maintenance efforts, the Kent County Road Commission (KCRC) joins state, county and municipal transportation agencies throughout the state in installing green strobe lights on road maintenance vehicles.

Green strobe lights mean go slow
The Post travels to the Ryder Cup

The Post travels to the Ryder Cup

Tim Covell and his son, Tyler, from Cedar Springs, recently attended the Ryder Cup in Chaska, Minnesota. Along with the golf tournament, they also went to South Dakota to visit The Badlands National Park, Mt. Rushmore, and the city of Deadwood.

The Post travels to the Ryder Cup
CTA cross country awarded academic all-state

CTA cross country awarded academic all-state

Creative Technologies Academy boys cross country team was awarded the Michigan Class D Cross Country Championship Team Academic All-State Award. Only the top five highest ranking combined GPA team averages are awarded “Team Academic All-State.”

CTA cross country awarded academic all-state
French Book Project

French Book Project

The French II and III students at Cedar Springs High School made Christmas presents in the form of French children’s books for the children living at an orphanage in Cap-Haitien, Haiti.

French Book Project
Porcupine and Cougar

Porcupine and Cougar

When working as a ranger at Bryce Canyon National Parks, I conducted field research on the mountain lions (cougars) in the park. During the summer months, the highest plateaus in North America were home to the lions, porcupines, and me.

Porcupine and Cougar

Congratulations to our Fall All-Conference Athletes

01 December 2016

  Hannah Heintzelman – Cross Country Dallas Mora – Cross Country Dilan Sargent – Cross Country Gavin Reichert-Braciak – Cross Country Paul Bowerman – Soccer Jaron Spencer – Football Colin Alvesteffer – Football Ryan Ringler – Football Jacob Hooker – Football Carson Dingman – Tennis Sydney Plummer – Volleyball

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CSPS Ski and Snowboard Club

01 December 2016

  For 4th grade students and older.  CSPS students have the opportunity to be part of the school ski and snowboarding club at Cannonsburg Ski Area; six Thursdays beginning in January. For more information and club sign up forms, visit https://goo.gl/2xbv2Z or contact

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Fishing Tip: Where to find northern pike in Michigan

Fishing Tip: Where to find northern pike in Michigan

01 December 2016

As the temperatures continue to drop, fishing for northern pike will really pick up. Pike are extremely popular during the ice fishing season but are readily available throughout much of the year.

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Suspect CWD deer harvested in Eagle Township, Clinton County

01 December 2016

  It’s critical that hunters have deer near this area checked  A 1.5-year-old buck taken Wednesday, Nov. 16, in Clinton County’s Eagle Township is likely the ninth free-ranging deer in Michigan to test positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD). A hunter took the animal within an area where deer check is mandatory and brought the […]

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God’s Christmas List

01 December 2016

By Rev. Mike Shiery Pilgrim Bible Church West Pine Street • Cedar Springs   “And she brought forth her firstborn Son, and wrapped Him in swaddling cloths, and laid Him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.” (Luke 2:7) (NKJV) The Advent and Christmas season is one of the […]

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Abigail “Abby” Sanderson

Abigail “Abby” Sanderson

01 December 2016

September 2007 – November 27, 2016 Abby lost her life while venturing across the street on 16 Mile Road, between Northland Dr. and White Creek, Sunday morning, November 27, 2016. She was a golden labrador that enjoyed 9 years loving her family Mike, Belinda, and Autumn Sanderson of Cedar Springs, as well as anyone who […]

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DAWN R. KELLY

01 December 2016

In Loving Memory DAWN R. KELLY January 30, 1965 – December 4, 2012 As I sit in heaven And watch over you everyday, I try to let you know with signs, I never went away. I hear you when you’re laughing, And watch you when you sleep. I even place my arms around you, To […]

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JOE A. FISHER

01 December 2016

  April 16, 1950 – December 5, 2013 Always on our minds, Forever in our hearts. Three days, three months, Or three years. We miss you the same and still shed tears. Our hearts ache to spend one more day with you. To hug you, kiss you, and hold you close. Always on our minds, […]

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Thank you

01 December 2016

The family of Jerry Avery would like to thank everyone for your prayers, cards, visits and kind words. Thanks for the memories. May God bless you, Peggy Mike & Denise & family Tim & Kim & family Janet & Leon & family

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Trump’s challenges are just beginning

01 December 2016

  By Lee H. Hamilton As hard as the campaign might have been and the transition is proving to be, Donald Trump’s challenges are really just beginning. Governing after a toxic election in which the results awarded him an ambiguous national mandate—his opponent, after all, got more votes—will require finesse, a clear-eyed view of his […]

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