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Book to tell history of Cedar Springs Foxville Friendship club turns 100 The Post travels to Peru Red Hawks go on road, defeat FHN Huskies, 44-21 Red Flannel Day 2017 Girl, 11, struck by car on 14 Mile Road Red Flannel royalty chosen
 
Book to tell history of Cedar Springs

Book to tell history of Cedar Springs

New book in the works The Cedar Springs Historical Society is working on a new book to tell the history of Cedar Springs in both word and photos, some never seen before. Sharon Jett, Director at the Museum, has shared some of the pages with us, which we have shared with you over the last […]

Book to tell history of Cedar Springs
Foxville Friendship club turns 100

Foxville Friendship club turns 100

The Foxville Friendship Club turned 100 years old in September. The club started back in the fall of 1917 during the First World War. The club was organized to work for the Red Cross, to make articles for the soldiers. The first meeting was held at the home of Laverne Speaker, who lived across from […]

Foxville Friendship club turns 100
The Post travels to Peru

The Post travels to Peru

Surprise for Tom Mabie Tom and Claudia Mabie recently traveled to Peru. While there, Tom celebrated his 80th birthday! As a surprise gift, his two daughters and a son-in-law joined them. The celebrating began in Urubamba at Huacatay, Tom’s favorite restaurant, and continued throughout the week as the group traveled to Ollantaytambo, Chinchero, Pisac, Tipon […]

The Post travels to Peru
Red Hawks go on road, defeat FHN Huskies, 44-21

Red Hawks go on road, defeat FHN Huskies, 44-21

By Kayleigh Boomgaard The Cedar Springs varsity Red Hawks took on the Huskies of Forest Hills Northern on Friday, October 6,  at a conference away game at FHN’s stadium. The Hawks have a current overall standing of 5-2, with both of their losses and one of their wins outside of the OK White conference. The […]

Red Hawks go on road, defeat FHN Huskies, 44-21
Red Flannel Day 2017

Red Flannel Day 2017

It was a gorgeous Red Flannel Day last Saturday, in the 70s and partly cloudy, with a slight breeze. It couldn’t have been better! It did drizzle during the firefighter parade on Friday night, but the rain was over by the time things got underway on Saturday, and thousands of people headed downtown for all […]

Red Flannel Day 2017
Girl, 11, struck by car on 14 Mile Road

Girl, 11, struck by car on 14 Mile Road

Sent to hospital in critical condition An 11-year-old Oakfield Township girl is fighting for her life after she was hit by a car in front of her parents’ home on 14 Mile Road last Friday, October 6. She was still in critical condition at press time Wednesday, October 11. According to the Michigan State Police, […]

Girl, 11, struck by car on 14 Mile Road
Red Flannel royalty chosen

Red Flannel royalty chosen

This past Saturday, September 28, seven very talented young ladies took to the Cedar Springs High School stage in the hopes of becoming the 2017 Red Flannel Queen. This year was the 73rd Red Flannel Queen’s Scholarship Pageant. It was emceed by Cedar Springs teacher Dave Stuart, who returned for his second year as the […]

Red Flannel royalty chosen
The Post travels to E3 in Los Angeles

The Post travels to E3 in Los Angeles

22 September 2017

Chris Grondman, Cody Cook and Jacob Prahl of Cedar Springs traveled to the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, California and brought their favorite newspaper along.

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Walking path paved at library

22 September 2017

  The walking path behind the library was paved with asphalt last week. It’s between Cedar Creek and the North side of the library. The bricks and blocks will also soon be installed on the retaining wall. If you haven’t been over to the new Cedar Springs Community Library to see how the landscaping and grounds […]

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Bark in the Dark in the park

Bark in the Dark in the park

22 September 2017

Is there anything more enjoyable than seeing a dog walking or running in the park—tongue hanging out without a care in the world? How about hundreds of dogs...

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Fact correction on Nature Niche article

22 September 2017

  By Ranger Steve Mueller   In the Nature Niche article titled Solar Eclipse and Science Credibility printed August 31, 2017, I stated Copernicus was placed under house arrest for not recanting that the Earth goes around the sun. It was Galileo that was placed under House arrest for building on Copernicus’ work. Source of […]

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Rotary donations to Hurricane Harvey victims

22 September 2017

Cedar Springs Rotarians join with you and many others with their sadness on the natural disasters happening in the US. We worked together to offer drop off sites last week for donations to send to those suffering in Texas from Hurricane Harvey. There were locations at many local Rotarians offices to drop off items. Locations […]

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US-131 reconstruction in 2018

US-131 reconstruction in 2018

22 September 2017

  This year the Michigan Department of Transportation has been working on reconstructing US-131 between 14 Mile to just north of White Creek Avenue. Next year, the project will move just to the south when they reconstruct US-131 between 10 Mile and 14 Mile Roads. According to MDOT, the work will be from April to […]

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Finding your place in the body of Christ

22 September 2017

Pastor Mike Shiery Pilgrim Bible Church West Pine Street | Cedar Springs “For as the body is one and has many members, but all the members of that one body, being many, are one body, so also is Christ.” (1 Corinthians 12:27) (NKJV) A few weeks ago our family was privileged to spend a few […]

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MITCHELL E. POTES

22 September 2017

Mitchell E. Potes age 67 of Grand Rapids, passed away Monday, September 18, 2017 at his home. He was born May 6, 1950 in Rockford, Michigan to Benjamin W. & Alice (Teesdale) Potes. He entered into the U.S. Navy after graduation and served for six years. He worked and managed several restaurants in Rockford. He […]

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MURIEL JOYCE BURKE

22 September 2017

  Muriel Joyce Burke, age 88 of Grand Rapids, passed away Sunday, September 17, 2017. Joyce was born July 5, 1929 in Cedar Springs, Michigan the daughter of Vern and Blanche (Hessenius) Moore. She was preceded in death by her husband, James (Sparky) Burke; son, Jimmy; four sisters and two brothers. Surviving are her children, […]

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MERANDA LYNN BAGUSS

MERANDA LYNN BAGUSS

22 September 2017

Meranda Lynn Baguss, 33 of Sand Lake, died Friday, September 15, 2017 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Meranda was born August 17, 1984 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She graduated from Cedar Springs High School in 2003 and was attending Montcalm Community College. She had worked at Spectrum Health Butterworth on 7-South for 10 […]

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