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Early snowstorm slams West Michigan Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season The Post travels to the Arctic Circle Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado?  Fundraiser brings in cash for camp Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated Hunters can help fill food bank freezers  4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest
 
Early snowstorm slams West Michigan

Early snowstorm slams West Michigan

Blowing snow, wind chills in the single digits and icy roads put the area in a deep freeze, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, causing hundreds of schools to close and many drivers to slide off the road.

Early snowstorm slams West Michigan
Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season

Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season

The Cedar Springs Red Hawks Varsity Football team had a great season, going 9-2 and winning the OK-Bronze Conference Championship outright. They won their first playoff home game at Red Hawk Stadium, against Forest Hills Northern, and were defeated by Muskegon in the district regional the following week.

Red Hawk’s Alvesteffer voted WZZM13’s MVP of the season
The Post travels to the Arctic Circle

The Post travels to the Arctic Circle

The Cedar Springs Post traveled to the Arctic Circle last summer with John Osburn, of Nelson Township. Thanks so much, John, for taking us with you!

The Post travels to the Arctic Circle
Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 

Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 

The National Weather office in Grand Rapids needs your help. April 11, 2015 will mark the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Palm Sunday Tornado Outbreak and they are looking for photos, home movies and eyewitness accounts of the tornadoes to be documented as part of their commemoration event.

Do you remember the 1965 Palm Sunday tornado? 
Fundraiser brings in cash for camp

Fundraiser brings in cash for camp

With Christmas songs playing in the background and holiday decorations on every table, 250 people shopped at the Pine Ridge Bible Camp’s 11th annual auction, held at Cedar Springs High School on November 8.

Fundraiser brings in cash for camp
Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated

Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated

Congratulations to the 8th Grade football team, who have had two straight undefeated seasons. Way to go! Back Row:  Coach Paul Ringler, Jason Magoon, Cody Gott, Wyatt Knauf, Colton Pope, James Myers, Coach John Gott, Coach Bob Wier Middle Row:  Ryan Ringler, Jarrett Hoogerhyde, Kolby Swank, Ethan West, Bill Hammer, Kaleb Gordon, Xavier Anderson Front […]

Red Hawk 8th grade football team undefeated
Hunters can help fill food bank freezers 

Hunters can help fill food bank freezers 

With Michigan’s deer season swinging into high gear, it won’t be long before many hunters are bringing their harvested deer into the local butcher shop to have the venison processed and prepared for the freezer.

Hunters can help fill food bank freezers 
4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest

4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest

Mr. George challenged the 4th and 5th graders to participate in grade level essay contest. 1st place for the fourth grade went to Rebekah Wineman.

4th and 5th Grade Essay Contest

Council reaffirms city manager contract

06 November 2014

By Judy Reed   The Cedar Springs City Council voted 4-2 in a special meeting last week to rescind the motion from Aug. 21 to go into closed session, and reaffirmed City Manager Thad Taylor’s contract (both in the same motion). Voting for the contract was Mayor Mark Fankhauser, Mayor Pro-tem Patricia Troost, and Councilors […]

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State and area election results

06 November 2014

  Another midterm election is behind us. Many of the incumbents held on to their seats, but there were some upsets, as well. Below are results in various races, mainly of the ones that were contested. See front page for City of Cedar Springs results. Governor: Rick Snyder-R (51%) over Mark Schauer-D (47%). U.S. Senate […]

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Man killed in crash

06 November 2014

A Carson City man died Monday in a roll over accident in Montcalm County. According to the Michigan State Police Lakeview Post, Brandon Devers, 31, was traveling northbound on Vickeryville Road, near Holland Lake Road, in Evergreen Township about 3:30 a.m. Monday, November 3, when his vehicle left the roadway. It overturned several times, and […]

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Girls Cross Country Team Finishes 7th at State Championship Finals

Girls Cross Country Team Finishes 7th at State Championship Finals

06 November 2014

Runners Kenzie Weiler and Austin Sargent both finish second in state Kenzie Weiler (defending State Champion in Division 2) led her team to a great finale by finishing second place overall in the State Finals held at Michigan International Speedway Saturday Nov. 1. Kenzie finished her high school cross country career by running in the […]

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Be the referee

06 November 2014

  By Mark Uyl, Asst. Director, MHSAA   Be the Referee is a weekly message from the Michigan High School Athletics Association that is designed to help educate people on the rules in different sports, to help them better understand the art of officiating, and to recruit officials. Tournament Selection  Today we are going to […]

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Single deer license can be returned

Single deer license can be returned

06 November 2014

Did you buy a single license but wanted the chance to harvest two deer? Michigan’s new license structure requires hunters to choose at the time of purchase if they want the opportunity to harvest one or two antlered deer, and purchase either a single deer license (one kill tag) or a deer combo license (two […]

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Weekly fishing tip

Weekly fishing tip

06 November 2014

  Getting too cold to catch muskellunge? Never! Everyone knows muskellunge are a difficult species to catch, but as the temperatures cool does it get even harder to find them? Not so according to some anglers! In the fall many anglers use larger lures and slow the speed of their presentations. They will often search […]

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Easter Egg Bird

06 November 2014

  By Ranger Steve Mueller   What you call it is not as important as what you enjoy about it. In the spring, this bird leaves Michigan’s cozy balmy winter residence, for regions to the north, where it will nest. Some people call them “snow birds.” Small flocks of the Dark-eyed Junco are seen throughout […]

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Cedar Springs Parent Night – October 21, 2014

Cedar Springs Parent Night – October 21, 2014

06 November 2014

Internationally known speaker Jeff Veley, presented to parents and staff members on how to Effectively Equip Youth to End Bullying.  Mr. Veley identified eight forms of bullying.  He explored reasons why most anti-bullying programs fail and discussed how to teach youth the social skills to stop bullying behavior, empowering them to be their best advocate.  […]

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Cedar Springs Athletic Boosters Athletes of the Month

Cedar Springs Athletic Boosters Athletes of the Month

06 November 2014

Jones, Kaupa, and Burrows are named Cedar Springs Athletic Boosters Student Athletes of the Month for October Senior Justin Jones was named October Student Athlete of the Month for Cross Country. Justin has participated in Cross country all 4 years in high school, and is a team captain. Justin is a returning OK Bronze All-Conference […]

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