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Fire burns Harvard home Cedar Trails principal resigns Chamber to hold auditions for Renaissance royalty Are your car seat fears founded? Red Hawk cheer finishes season at districts Nutrition choices made easy in the grocery aisle
 
Fire burns Harvard home

Fire burns Harvard home

The Oakfield Fire Department and four other departments battled both the elements and a structure fire Tuesday morning in the 13000 block of Harvard Avenue NE.

Fire burns Harvard home
Cedar Trails principal resigns

Cedar Trails principal resigns

The Cedar Springs Board of Education approved a resolution Monday evening to enter into a separation agreement with longtime Cedar Trails Elementary principal Jennifer Harper.

Cedar Trails principal resigns
Chamber to hold auditions for Renaissance royalty

Chamber to hold auditions for Renaissance royalty

The Cedar Springs Area Chamber of Commerce is planning their second annual Renaissance-themed summer celebration to kick off the summer during the second week of June.

Chamber to hold auditions for Renaissance royalty
Are your car seat fears founded?

Are your car seat fears founded?

Driving your newborn home from the hospital is when you know your life has changed. Car safety before kids is relatively simple, but after your first child is born, it becomes more complicated, especially when it comes to proper car seat installation.

Are your car seat fears founded?
Red Hawk cheer finishes season at districts

Red Hawk cheer finishes season at districts

Cedar Springs Varsity Cheer traveled to Mona Shores this past weekend for the 2015 District Finals, with 14 schools competing for the Championship Title. Changes were made this week and three Junior Varsity teammates were brought up to compete in the Varsity Rounds.

Red Hawk cheer finishes season at districts
Nutrition choices made easy in the grocery aisle

Nutrition choices made easy in the grocery aisle

Should you buy eggs instead of cereal? Popcorn in place of pretzels? For consumers seeking “better-for-you” foods at the grocery store, these types of decisions can feel overwhelming, and for some, time-consuming.

Nutrition choices made easy in the grocery aisle

Enough really is enough

19 February 2015

Last summer an unfortunate woman was found dead in the basement of her Connecticut home. The first floor of her house had collapsed on her under the weight of all the stuff she had accumulated over the years. Her possessions, stacked to the ceiling with only a narrow, labyrinth-like pathway through it all, quite literally […]

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PATTI HOSKINS

PATTI HOSKINS

19 February 2015

Happy Birthday PATTI HOSKINS February 17th Grandma, we think 50 is Nifty! Happy Birthday from Deven, Jayden and Ethan

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REX MORRIS

19 February 2015

In Memory REX MORRIS January 16, 1931 – February 22, 2010 Those we love can Never be more than A thought apart. As long as there is memory, They’ll live on in the heart. Your loving family

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GRANDMA BAILEY

GRANDMA BAILEY

19 February 2015

Marjorie (nee Bird) Bailey Grandma Bailey joined Grandpa in Heaven on Friday, February 13th, 2015. Grandma was greeted with hugs from David, Wes, Tim and Michael. Grandkids; Tracy, Jim – Jackie, Penny – Charlie – Molly, Scott – Mac, Jason – Nick, Aaron – Holly – Sara – Lee, Lisa and Ben will be greeting […]

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WMP wrestlers take top spots

WMP wrestlers take top spots

19 February 2015

West Michigan Pursuit traveled through freezing Michigan weather to compete at a few local tournaments this past weekend. Six grapplers competed in the Western Region, at Sparta, which offered both Novice and Open. Out of the six that entered, three placed in the top four. Another 23 grapplers competed in the North Region, at Tri County, […]

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DNR reminds anglers of ice shanty removal rules

19 February 2015

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers that the dates for mandatory ice shanty removal are approaching. Anglers are required to remove shanties as soon as the ice is unsafe to hold them, regardless of the date

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Spruce branch tips

19 February 2015

By Ranger Steve Mueller   Pounding front feet, a flicking tail, and loud chatter from a red squirrel demonstrates its defiance, as it scolds me in his woods. I do not view the woods as his, mine, or yours. We live and share a space for a short time on Earth and hopefully leave it […]

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BUSINESS BITS

19 February 2015

Mac’s Rustic Sports Shop Rustic Sports Shop, 519 Ensley Street, in Howard City, has been in business over 50 years, and changed ownership May 1, 2014. The business is now owned by Nick and Bob MacTavish. This all around outdoor/hunting and fishing sports shop carries fishing and hunting equipment, including muck boots, bows, arrows, guns […]

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IRS Can Help if W-2s Are Missing

19 February 2015

  In most cases you get your W-2 forms by the end of January. Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, shows your income and the taxes withheld from your pay for the year. You need your W-2 form to file an accurate tax return. If you haven’t received your form by mid-February, here’s what you […]

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100 days Smarter!

100 days Smarter!

19 February 2015

On February 6, the CTA Elementary ushered in the 100th day of school! Mrs. Honeysett and her first grade students really showed CTA what the 100th day of school should look like!

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