Posted on 21 February 2013.
Fox 17 Meteorologist Kevin Craig does the weather from Cedar Springs.
By Judy Reed
Cedar Springs got some positive publicity this week from a Grand Rapids area television station.
Fox 17 meteorologist Kevin Craig did a story on Cedar Springs Tuesday evening for the channel’s West Michigan Stories segment. He did the interviews about a month ago, and then did live teasers from The Kent Theatre Tuesday evening. He started out by doing the weather outside of the Kent, and then talked to people inside before each segment.
Kevin Craig interviews both Rose Powell (right wearing granny cap) and her mother-in-law Alice Powell (left wearing top hat) about their Red flannel wear.
Craig called Cedar Springs “the epitome of giving” for the way the residents pulled together to raise $50,000 towards the new library this year, as well as funding the $60,000 for the digital projector at the Kent Theatre. He also talked about the donations that were raised for Veterans Park. Librarian Donna Clark talked about the library in the segment, and both Len Allington and Jack Clark were interviewed about the Theatre.
The Red Flannel Festival Queen and Court and Cindy Patin were interviewed for a segment on the Festival.
Kevin Craig at the Kent Theatre ticket booth.
A few dozen people showed up despite the snow to be a part of the festivities. The Kent handed out free popcorn, and the Red Flannel Festival gave away t-shirts and buttons.
You can find the stories online at Fox 17’s website at www.fox17online.com.
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Posted on 08 December 2011.
This rolled backward into Cedar Creek Monday afternoon. Post photo by J. Reed.
Police say a driver was not at fault when her car rolled across the street and into a creek Monday.
Police were called about 3:45 p.m. Monday on a report of a car in Cedar Creek at Veterans Park, in Cedar Springs.
According to Officer Chad Potts, a car rolled backwards out of a driveway, across Oak Street, through Veterans Park, and into Cedar Creek.
Police said the driver engaged the emergency brake after pulling into the driveway and going into the house, but it may have had a malfunction. No one was in the car when it rolled, and no one was at the park, so no one was injured. The car rolled between a tree and a light pole in the park before coming to rest in the creek. The car sustained some damage to the driver side when it scraped against the pole, and the park grounds sustained some damage when the car was pulled out of the creek by the towing company. The dirt in the park was replaced.
Officer Potts said that once they reset the fuel gauge, the car started right back up.
The driver was not cited.
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