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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

Kayaker dies in Rogue River

12 February 2015

A kayaking death in the area last weekend has authorities reminding boaters to wear a personal flotation device while boating.

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Kids help woman trapped in shed

Kids help woman trapped in shed

12 February 2015

A Nelson Township woman is grateful to two neighbor children who came to her aid earlier this week, after she accidentally shut herself in her shed.

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Subscribe to city alerts, surveys via email

12 February 2015

Do you want to know about important events happening in Cedar Springs? Would you like to give feedback to the city on future surveys? Or receive immediate alerts about things that may affect you?

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Former defense contractor on way to prison 

12 February 2015

  Sold defective machinegun parts to department of defense  U.S. Attorney Patrick A. Miles, Jr. announced today that Colorado resident Howard “Jack” Cahn, was sentenced in federal court in Kalamazoo, Michigan, to 30 months in prison for attempting to sell the Department of Defense (DoD) machinegun replacement parts that were technically noncompliant with contract requirements, […]

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WMP wrestlers earn medals

WMP wrestlers earn medals

12 February 2015

  This past weekend, most of the West Michigan Pursuit team traveled to Alma for a chance to earn a first place Monster Trophy, and four grapplers also entered into the Lakewood tournament. WMP took 23 grapplers to compete and placed 13 in the top four. “It’s a proud moment when I see four of […]

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Youth wrestlers come home winners

Youth wrestlers come home winners

12 February 2015

Despite snowy weather and school closings, Cedar Springs youth wrestlers have been busy the last couple weeks wrestling in four different tournaments.

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Family hiking exploration (part 2)

12 February 2015

By Ranger Steve Mueller   Five Howard Christensen Nature Center (HCNC) trails were described last week and five more follow. Trail signs have word names, picture icons, and color codes to involve all family members. Spring Creek Loop (light blue lettered signs with frog icon) Begins at the Welcome Center parking area and follows east […]

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Challenges for blind and visually Impaired 

12 February 2015

The ability to see is something that most people take for granted. Vision loss can be devastating as common tasks such as cooking, the ability to drive and reading the mail become difficult.

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Prevention of sudden cardiac death of the young 

12 February 2015

Every year, sudden cardiac death of the young (SCDY) claims the lives of more than 300 children and young adults under the age of 40 in Michigan.

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Huggard welcomes their new pastor Rick Malone

Huggard welcomes their new pastor Rick Malone

12 February 2015

Pastor Rick began his ministry to Huggard Bible Church, of Sand Lake, on Jan 1. He has a passion for people and the Word of God.

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