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Crash sends two to hospital

Crash sends two to hospital

A crash in Ensley Township sent two people to the hospital Tuesday, and left a SUV ripped in half.

Crash sends two to hospital
Santa stops in Cedar Springs

Santa stops in Cedar Springs

  By Judy Reed We had great weather here in Cedar Springs last Saturday, December 2, to welcome Santa Claus to town. And a lot of people enjoyed the day-long events that took place before the big man made his entrance in the parade. “A Cedar Springs Christmas weekend 1—Mingle with Kris Kringle—went over quite […]

Santa stops in Cedar Springs
Couple loses home in fire

Couple loses home in fire

A Sand Lake couple lost their home early Friday morning, in a blaze that consumed the entire structure. According to Sand Lake Police Chief Ed Holtzlander, they were toned out at 12:38 a.m., with mutual aid from Cedar Springs Fire, on a single-wide mobile home at 17888 Cedar Springs Ave, just north of Glen Buff […]

Couple loses home in fire
Post travels to Great Britain

Post travels to Great Britain

Earlier this fall, Kathleen Zersen (Heiss) picked up a Post and tucked it away in her suitcase to travel with her on a six-week trip to Great Britain.  “I started out at London, England, then went to Scotland, Ireland, and Wales,” said Kathleen. “What a beautiful trip.” She traveled with a friend from Arizona, Diana […]

Post travels to Great Britain
MSP 133rd Trooper recruit school graduates

MSP 133rd Trooper recruit school graduates

Pledging to provide “Service With a Purpose,” 127 new Michigan State Police (MSP) troopers reported for work at MSP posts across the state this week after graduating from the 133rd Trooper Recruit School Thursday, November 30. Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue, director of the MSP, administered the Oath of Office during the ceremony at the Lansing […]

MSP 133rd Trooper recruit school graduates
Red Hawk Bowling

Red Hawk Bowling

Cedar Springs competed in the Wyoming invitational on Saturday, December 2.

Red Hawk Bowling

Help prevent auto theft during the holiday shopping season

22 November 2017

  As the holiday shopping season begins, the Michigan Automobile Theft Prevention Authority (ATPA) is reminding the public to be aware of their surroundings and where purchases are stored in parked vehicles.  Thieves often target shopping center parking lots looking for vehicles with bags and packages left in plain view. Follow these tips to help lessen […]

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More than 300 children in foster care need adoptive homes 

More than 300 children in foster care need adoptive homes 

22 November 2017

Mariah, 15, is from Wayne County and enjoys playing cards and crocheting purses.  Bruce, 13, is from Kent County and likes koala bears and french fries. He says he wishes for “family safety, for lots of love, and for the world to be a better place.”  Bruce and Mariah are among the approximately 330 children […]

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God’s got this

22 November 2017

Pastor Kristi J. Rhodes Hillcrest Community Church 5994 18 Mile Rd. Cedar Springs, MI 49319   Maybe you’ve noticed the tremendous increase of struggles in the lives of people you love. Maybe you’ve seen more and more people struggling with destructive addictions and hurts, habits and hang-ups both from the recent and distant past. Maybe […]

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C. LEONA HOSKINS SJOGREN

C. LEONA HOSKINS SJOGREN

22 November 2017

C. Leona Hoskins Sjogren of Rockford, Michigan (formerly of Cedar Springs), age 94, passed away on Saturday, November 18, 2017.

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Secure Act is destructive

22 November 2017

  Earlier in November, the US House Committee on Natural Resources passed an energy bill to remove public input for management of public land energy management. H.R. Bill 4239, the bill “SECURE Act,” prioritizes fracking above all other energy sources, decimates rules that regulate drilling, guts public involvement and input on development through the National […]

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Christmas Coloring Contest

Christmas Coloring Contest

22 November 2017

Hey kids,  It’s time for our annual Christmas Coloring Contest and your chance to win one of three $50 gift cards, one for each age group.  Please click on picture above and print it out and then color it with crayons, markers or colored pencils. Our judges will choose the three winners – one from […]

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What not to buy on Black Friday

22 November 2017

  From blackfriday.com You’re busy enough on Black Friday. Don’t waste your time on these items.  What not to buy on Black Friday 1. That super-cheap doorbuster TV or laptop: TVs and laptops often occupy Page 1 of stores’ Black Friday ads, and they bring shoppers out in droves. This year is particularly exciting, as there […]

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Baby’s First Christmas

Baby’s First Christmas

22 November 2017

We want to give you the opportunity to celebrate your baby’s very first Christmas in a special way.

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Tour of lights

22 November 2017

  There’s nothing like the warm glow of Christmas lights this time of year to give you a good dose of Christmas cheer!  Every year The Cedar Springs POST hosts a Tour of Lights giving area residents the scoop on where the hot spots for Christmas lights are glowing.  In order for us to make […]

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Holiday happenings

22 November 2017

  Check out some of the fun, family activities going on in the area for the holiday season. CEDAR SPRINGS Dec. 2: The Cedar Springs area Chamber of Commerce presents Mingle with Kris Kringle from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Start the day off by making and taking crafts and ornaments at the Cedar Springs […]

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