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Vehicle runs off 17 Mile, lands near Cedar Creek ArtPrize 10 voting begins Post travels to Yellowstone, Oregon coast Red Flannel Post Red Hawks up their game against Greenville Boys cross takes blue championship at Sparta Michigan Trails Week 
 
Vehicle runs off 17 Mile, lands near Cedar Creek

Vehicle runs off 17 Mile, lands near Cedar Creek

According to Cedar Springs Fire Chief Marty Fraser, the driver, a man in his 50s, may have had a medical emergency that caused him to drive off the roadway.

Vehicle runs off 17 Mile, lands near Cedar Creek
ArtPrize 10 voting begins

ArtPrize 10 voting begins

It’s that time of year again, when the city of Grand Rapids is transformed into an open playing field where artists and venues will vie for a combination of Public Vote and Juried Awards totaling $500,00

ArtPrize 10 voting begins
Post travels to Yellowstone, Oregon coast

Post travels to Yellowstone, Oregon coast

Ed and Gail Prentice of Cedar Springs recently vacationed with Ken and Carolyn Hubbell from Hastings. They travelled from Idaho to Yellowstone to the Oregon coast during September and took a Post with them. 

Post travels to Yellowstone, Oregon coast
Red Flannel Post

Red Flannel Post

Download this week’s Red Flannel POST for all the upcoming events and news. RedFlannelPOST3818.pdf

Red Flannel Post
Red Hawks up their game against Greenville

Red Hawks up their game against Greenville

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks Varsity football team came out focused and ready to win their game against Greenville Friday evening, September 14 and fans were not disappointed.

Red Hawks up their game against Greenville
Boys cross takes blue championship at Sparta

Boys cross takes blue championship at Sparta

The Cedar Springs Boys Cross Country team kept rolling with their winning streak at the Sparta Cross Country Invite on Saturday, September 15.

Boys cross takes blue championship at Sparta
Michigan Trails Week 

Michigan Trails Week 

Sept. 22-29... When it comes to quality trails, many Michigan residents already know there’s no place like home.

Michigan Trails Week 
Woman killed in crash

Woman killed in crash

14 September 2018

A Greenville woman died last Friday after a crash at the intersection of Northland Drive and 14 Mile Rd. According to the Kent County Sheriff’s Office, the crash occurred about 8:30 p.m. September 7. A 2010 Ford Escape driven by Opal Fugitt, 74, of Greenville, was headed south on Northland Drive in the left hand […]

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State Police personnel deploy to Philadelphia to prepare for Hurricane Florence Response 

State Police personnel deploy to Philadelphia to prepare for Hurricane Florence Response 

14 September 2018

Gov. Rick Snyder today announced that the state of Michigan is deploying a Michigan State Police (MSP) staff member to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region III regional response coordination center in Philadelphia to provide support as an Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC) liaison between state and federal agencies. The deployment is occurring as […]

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Nature Center and Senior Center partner on fundraiser

Nature Center and Senior Center partner on fundraiser

13 September 2018

Red Pine Run 2018 to be held October 13... The Howard Christensen Nature Center is teaming up with the North Kent Service Center to do the Red Pine Run 2018, an event that will raise funds for both centers.

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Courtland confirms McConnon winner in Supervisor race

13 September 2018

The Supervisor race in Courtland Township was a close one in the August 7 primary, with trustee Matt McConnon getting 457 votes to current Supervisor Mike Krygier’s 421—a difference of only 36 votes. Krygier filed for a recount with Kent County, and the recount was held on Monday, September 10. According to Courtland Deputy Clerk […]

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No charges to be filed in Grattan shooting

13 September 2018

By Judy Reed Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker issued a statement this week saying that the homeowner who shot a man who was attacking him did so in self-defense and no charges will be filed against him.  The Kent County Sheriff’s Office was called to the scene of the shooting in the 7300 block of […]

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What are you living for?

13 September 2018

Pastor Dick Nichols Cedar Creek Community Church 2969 14 Mile Road, Sparta   Over the course of time, as we plod through life, we often will wonder about the meaning of life. Young and old, we all encounter this in one form or another, because purpose should be and is an important aspect of living; […]

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Mackinac Center applauds Gov. Snyder’s “outside the box” reforms

13 September 2018

  Reforms make it easier for those with criminal records to gain employment   MIDLAND — Gov. Rick Snyder issued an executive order September 7 making it easier for people with criminal backgrounds to earn a second chance at gainful employment. Applicants for state employment and people seeking an occupational license will no longer be disqualified just […]

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Boys cross country win first conference meet 

Boys cross country win first conference meet 

13 September 2018

  Girls take sixth The stifling heat didn’t keep the Cedar Springs Boys Cross Country team from winning the first OK White conference meet on Wednesday, September 5, at Lowell High School. The team went 1-3-4-12-15 for a team score of 35 points. It was a close race between Cedar Springs and Forest Hills Central, […]

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Be the Referee

13 September 2018

By Mark Uyl, Asst. Director, MHSAA You make the call: face guarding Let’s check out your knowledge of high school football rules with a you make the call. The quarterback drops back to pass and his intended receiver gets a step on the cornerback. As the ball approaches the receiver, the defensive player sticks his […]

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Preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species

Preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species

13 September 2018

Boaters and anglers who use their equipment in multiple bodies of water without properly cleaning it, easily spread many aquatic invasive species’ non-native plants and animals that can disrupt the natural ecosystem, tourism and the economy.

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