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Are you prepared for severe weather? Library receives matching fundraising check Fun Easter activities for kids Four youth wrestlers are state champions Stepping out for spring?
 
Are you prepared for severe weather?

Are you prepared for severe weather?

We don’t see a lot of tornadoes in our area, but they do happen in Michigan. It was on Palm Sunday, 49 years ago, April 11, 1965, that 47 tornadoes broke out in several Midwest states—including here in Kent County—killing and injuring hundreds of people.

Are you prepared for severe weather?
Library receives matching fundraising check

Library receives matching fundraising check

The Modern Woodmen of America recently presented a $500 matching check to the Cedar Springs Public Library as a result of the January quilt show.

Library receives matching fundraising check
Fun Easter activities for kids

Fun Easter activities for kids

The Cedar Springs Post will not be holding an Easter Egg hunt this year, but watch for the community Easter egg hunt to be back next year, possibly with a new host. For this year, you can find plenty of Easter fun at the hunts below!

Fun Easter activities for kids
Four youth wrestlers are state champions

Four youth wrestlers are state champions

Months of hard work and dedication to one of the toughest sports known to man has paid off for Red Hawk youth wrestlers. From March 28 to March 30, over 2,500 wrestlers, ages 4 to 19, competed at the MYWAY State Championships held at the Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek, MI.

Four youth wrestlers are state champions
Stepping out for spring?

Stepping out for spring?

Spring is finally here and it’s an ideal time to get outside and be more physically active. For those with diabetes, regular exercise helps increase circulation and is a critical part of staying healthy

Stepping out for spring?

Red Hawk Walkers Program Extended

04 April 2014

Red Hawk Elementary will continue to open their doors to all community members who would like to walk the halls from 4:00 – 8:00pm, Monday through Thursday when school is in session until May 1, 2014

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Protecting Our Investment…Securing Our Future

04 April 2014

After the passing of the Sinking Fund in 2012, an advisory committee consisting of parents, staff, and community members worked together to determine a long range plan for facilities and infrastructure of Cedar Springs Public Schools by identifying the needs of the district.

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Reading Month at Cedar View

04 April 2014

Cedar View students are enjoying an exciting and crazy schedule of reading activities throughout the month of March! Students are creating quite the reading buzz around the building

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Cedar Springs Athletic Boosters Athletes of the Month

Cedar Springs Athletic Boosters Athletes of the Month

04 April 2014

Senior Kristen Schreiber was named the March 2014 Student Athlete of the Month for Competitive Cheer. Kristen is wrapping up her high school career in competitive cheer

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Don’t miss Resurrection Celebration 2014

Don’t miss Resurrection Celebration 2014

04 April 2014

Would you like a new way to celebrate Easter this year? Or, are you wondering how Easter is even relevant to life today? Either way, you won’t want to miss Resurrection Celebration, coming to Cedar Springs High School on Saturday, April 19 at 2 and 7 p.m. This community production is a musical drama highlighting [...]

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“Son of God” at The Kent

“Son of God” at The Kent

04 April 2014

The Kent Theatre in Cedar Springs is bringing the popular movie “Son of God” to the theater for three days over Easter weekend—April 18, 19 and 20.

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In Washington, the need for compromise is greater than ever

04 April 2014

Not long ago, Northern Michigan University invited me to address students there as part of a series of addresses on public policy. The subject I chose for my address is, in many places, a scandalous subject: compromise.

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Eight common tax mistakes to avoid

04 April 2014

We all make mistakes. But if you make a mistake on your tax return, the IRS may need to contact you to correct it. That will delay your refund.

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Beavers and Dams

04 April 2014

Beavers became a commodity and fashion product. They were heavily trapped and numbers were greatly reduced. They brought business trade to what became Michigan

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Spring weather has bears and other wildlife on the move

04 April 2014

Although some areas of the state may still have several feet of snow on the ground, Michigan’s wildlife knows the spring season, with an increase in daylight hours, is here

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