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Community prays for Cora Halloween/harvest events start this weekend The Post travels to Canada ROK Navy Welcomes USS Michigan to Busan  Black bears and humans: What you should know Pink game raises funds for Susan Komen Foundation Community Connection Metron of Cedar Springs Earns 2017 Silver National Quality Award  
 
Community prays for Cora

Community prays for Cora

A candlelight vigil held Monday evening at Skinner Field brought out more than 200 people to pray for Cora Gonzales, the 11-year-old Cedar Springs girl hit by a car on 14 Mile Road on October 6. She is still in critical condition.

Community prays for Cora
Halloween/harvest events start this weekend

Halloween/harvest events start this weekend

Are you ready for the all the little superheroes, princesses, ghosts, and goblins that will soon be coming your way?

Halloween/harvest events start this weekend
The Post travels to Canada

The Post travels to Canada

Kim Gillow and Mary Balon, of Cedar Springs, met Claire Burbank and Terry Hardie, of Jacksonville, Florida, in Seattle to start a week-long adventure in the Canadian Rockies.

The Post travels to Canada
ROK Navy Welcomes USS Michigan to Busan 

ROK Navy Welcomes USS Michigan to Busan 

BUSAN, Republic of Korea–The Ohio-class guided-missile submarine USS Michigan (SSGN 727) (Blue) arrived at Busan, Oct. 13, for a routine visit during a regularly scheduled deployment to the Western Pacific. 

ROK Navy Welcomes USS Michigan to Busan 
Black bears and humans: What you should know

Black bears and humans: What you should know

For many people, the opportunity to see a Michigan black bear in the wild is an amazing experience.

Black bears and humans: What you should know
Pink game raises funds for Susan Komen Foundation

Pink game raises funds for Susan Komen Foundation

The Lady Red Hawk Varsity Volleyball team hosted a “Dig Pink” game in honor of breast cancer awareness on Tuesday, October 10. Athletic Director John Norton was happy with the results.

Pink game raises funds for Susan Komen Foundation
Community Connection

Community Connection

The Cedar Springs Public Museum more than 100 CTA students visit earlier this month. All of our 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade students had the opportunity to learn many things

Community Connection
Metron of Cedar Springs Earns 2017 Silver National Quality Award  

Metron of Cedar Springs Earns 2017 Silver National Quality Award  

Metron has been recognized as a 2017 Silver – Achievement in Quality Award recipient by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL).

Metron of Cedar Springs Earns 2017 Silver National Quality Award  
Celebration of Life for Charles and Joan Newland

Celebration of Life for Charles and Joan Newland

07 October 2017

Charles Andy Newland passed away September 9, 2016 and Joan Louise (Crawford) Newland passed away August 26, 2016. They were married for 65 years and have four children, seven grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. They spent their retirement years in Zephyrhills, Florida. Charles did wood working and Joan was right by his side, as she was […]

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EMMA JOELLEN ORR

EMMA JOELLEN ORR

07 October 2017

Emma JoEllen Orr, age 9, received her wings on Sunday, October 1, 2017 after a lengthy battle with cancer. She was born in Holland, Michigan on October 18, 2007 to Michelle Crawford and Phillip Orr. She will be lovingly remembered by her parents, Michelle Crawford and Zach Fisk, Phillip and Braelen Orr; brother, Tyler Orr; […]

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VIOLET K. ROHRER

VIOLET K. ROHRER

07 October 2017

Violet K. Rohrer, 73 of Pierson, went to be with her Lord, whom she loved dearly, on Saturday, September 30, 2017 at home. Violet was born September 3, 1944 in Fullerton, California, the daughter of Ralph and Catherine (Claussen) Kindel. She graduated from Greenville College in Greenville, Illinois and acquired a Master’s Degree from the […]

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Local Christian youth event  advocates sexual integrity

07 October 2017

  Silver Ring Thing at Cedar Springs High School Oct. 18 Between 100,000 and 300,000 underage girls are sold for sex in the U.S. every year. By the age of 14, 94 percent of children will have been exposed to pornography. Over 50 percent of teenagers have engaged in sexual intercourse by the time they’re […]

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From the Pulpit: Rev. Chadrick Brown

07 October 2017

  Honesty Do you remember when you and your friend would climb on one of those old seesaws? I don’t think playgrounds have them anymore because someone deemed them too dangerous, but if you ever watched two kids get on one, the same thing happens every single time. They giggle as one goes high into […]

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“War of the Worlds” at Kent Theatre Oct. 20-21

07 October 2017

  The night before Halloween might find neighborhood kids soaping windows or hoisting rolls of toilet paper into a favorite front yard shade tree. But to radio listeners on October 30, 1938, Devil’s Night took on a more sinister tone. A nation-wide panic attack ensued as millions of Americans took to the streets fleeing their […]

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“North Kent Pastors Square Off ” for fun

07 October 2017

North Kent Pastors Square Off, a game show in the style of Hollywood Squares, will be here before you know it! Laugh with 600 other guests while helping to raise funds for the food and empowerment programs at North Kent Connect on Thursday, October 26, at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Hearty appetizers begin […]

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New Red Flannel song

New Red Flannel song

07 October 2017

Red Flannel Fun by Mark Covell By Judy Reed While strolling down Main Street on Red Flannel Day, residents who stop into the Red Flannel Festival office will have the chance to hear a new song created by Nelson Township resident Mark D. Covell, in honor of the Festival. “As another Red Flannel’s October approached a couple yrs […]

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Red Flannel Festival kicks off this weekend

Red Flannel Festival kicks off this weekend

07 October 2017

The Red Flannel POST is a supplement to the Cedar Springs Post dedicated to Red Flannel events and info

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Montcalm County deer tests positive for CWD

06 October 2017

With archery deer hunting season underway, DNR urges all hunters to take harvested deer to area check stations The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is encouraging hunters not to feed and bait deer in Kent and Montcalm Counties after a deer taken by a youth in Montcalm Township tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease. A nine-township […]

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