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Red Hawks RULE the OK-Bronze Bridge recognized as historic, one-of-a-kind The Post travels to the Outer Banks Walkathon raises money for PTO Way of the wolf Halloween Happenings
 
Red Hawks RULE the OK-Bronze

Red Hawks RULE the OK-Bronze

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks Varsity football team did something this season that they haven’t done since the late 1970s—take a conference title in football. While this season marks the fifth time that the Red Hawks have made it to the playoffs since 2000, this is the first time since 1978 that the Red Hawks have earned a conference title.

Red Hawks RULE the OK-Bronze
Bridge recognized as historic, one-of-a-kind

Bridge recognized as historic, one-of-a-kind

Did you know that the Pine Island Drive Bridge, just north of the Pine Island and Ten Mile Road intersection, in Algoma Township, is the only one of its kind in the country?

Bridge recognized as historic, one-of-a-kind
The Post travels to the Outer Banks

The Post travels to the Outer Banks

The Steinebach family took the Post with them on a family vacation to Rodanthe, North Carolina this past summer.

The Post travels to the Outer Banks
Walkathon raises money for PTO

Walkathon raises money for PTO

The Cedar Springs Elementary PTO held a Walk-a-thon Friday, October 17, which was their one fundraiser for this year. They raised $24,192.96, which will go directly to the four elementary schools that participated—Cedar Trails, Beach, Cedar View and Red Hawk. According to Liz Grice, with the PTO, the money will go toward playground equipment, library […]

Walkathon raises money for PTO
Way of the wolf

Way of the wolf

November 7-8 at The Kent Theatre Actors del Arte Ensemble of West Michigan will be presenting “Way of The Wolf,” at the historic Kent Theatre, 8 N. Main, in Cedar Springs, on November 7 and 8. If you like fantasy/adventure, this is the story for you. It is similar to “Lord of The Rings” by […]

Way of the wolf
Halloween Happenings

Halloween Happenings

Check out some of the fun, fall activities going on in our area for Halloween!

Halloween Happenings
Fresh Market: The Pumpkin—a Halloween tradition

Fresh Market: The Pumpkin—a Halloween tradition

23 October 2014

By Vicky Babcock Google “pumpkin” and you will find everything from riots in (Keene) New Hampshire to Ichabod Crane’s unfortunate encounter with the headless horseman, to pumpkin scones. We have pumpkin festivals, pumpkin carving contests, smashing pumpkins, pumpkin tossing, pumpkin baking and biggest pumpkin contests. A true Native American, the pumpkin has been embraced by […]

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Post travels to Washington

Post travels to Washington

23 October 2014

The Post traveled to Taholah, Washington, on an Amtrak train in July, with Dick and Hattie Davis, of Algoma Twp. They visited with Dick’s sister, Marian Davis Curley

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Consumer Advisory: Serrano peppers May be contaminated with Salmonella

Consumer Advisory: Serrano peppers May be contaminated with Salmonella

23 October 2014

If you bought serrano peppers from Meijer last week, you will want to return them. The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) issued a consumer advisory on Wednesday, October 22, for serrano peppers

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Man dies while hunting

23 October 2014

A Courtland Township man died Tuesday morning, October 21, while hunting on private property in Cannon Township. According to the Kent County Sheriff Department, the 58-year-old man, from Courtland Township, had been bow hunting with his cousin. At about 9:45 a.m., the cousin went to meet up with the Courtland man and found him deceased. […]

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LOCATION CHANGE FOR CANDIDATE FORUM

23 October 2014

Tuesday, October 28, 6:30 p.m. at Hilltop Admin building, 3rd floor boardroom The November election is right around the corner, and there are seven people vying for four positions on the Cedar Springs City Council.

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Candidates for Cedar Springs City Council

Candidates for Cedar Springs City Council

23 October 2014

There are seven people running for four seats on the Cedar Springs City Council. This year’s ballot will look a little different, however. It is the first election under the new law dealing with recalls.

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The Trick to the Treats

23 October 2014

That faint noise you hear is the sound of pint-sized spooks gathering on your lawn. They will soon be knocking at the door, plastic pumpkins outstretched. Spare yourself the tricks and give up the treats – the unhealthy, sweet, nougat-filled goodies in your cupboard. Keep your stinking apples, raisins, toothbrushes, and granola bars. In a […]

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JOHN J. GOLLER

JOHN J. GOLLER

23 October 2014

Mr. John J. Goller, aged 89, formerly of Rockford passed away Friday October 17, 2014. He was born June 16, 1925 in Solon Township, attended the former Briggs School and Cedar Springs High School.

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Thank You

23 October 2014

I want to thank all my friends, neighbors and loved ones for all the acts of kindness shown me since my surgery and the complications caused by it; for all the calls, cards, food, visits, etc. I especially thank Helene for caring for my flowers and my family for their loving care. It meant everything […]

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Dan George inducted into GBC athletic hall of fame

23 October 2014

Grace Bible College announces the selection of Dan George, Associate Head Coach for Men’s Basketball, to the Grace Bible College Athletic Hall of Fame. Induction ceremonies took place on Saturday, October 18, in the Aldrich Center on campus.

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