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Man injured in explosion, house fire Post founder Alice Allen dies at 90 Road chase leads to arrests
 
Man injured in explosion, house fire

Man injured in explosion, house fire

by Judy Reed The Kent County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fire involving injuries at White Creek Country Estates in Solon Township Tuesday. Multiple fire departments and deputies from the Kent County Sheriff’s Office responded about 5:14 p.m. Wednesday, May 4, to 15290 Pecan Avenue, in White Creek Country Estates (White Creek Ave NE and […]

Man injured in explosion, house fire
Post founder Alice Allen dies at 90

Post founder Alice Allen dies at 90

by Lois Allen Alice Allen, a Cedar Springs resident for the past 50 years and founder of The Cedar Springs Post, died at her home in the early morning hours of Wednesday, April 21. Alice believed in a paper for Cedar Springs. For years her and I built The Post together, side by side. If […]

Post founder Alice Allen dies at 90
Road chase leads to arrests

Road chase leads to arrests

Story updated April 23 with names of suspects and charges. A nearly 40-mile road chase that spanned several counties and involved multiple law enforcement agencies resulted in the arrests of two suspects Monday that were wanted in a spree of thefts and breaking and enterings. The Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office has recently taken several breaking […]

Road chase leads to arrests
Man injured in explosion, house fire

Man injured in explosion, house fire

05 May 2021

by Judy Reed The Kent County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fire involving injuries at White Creek Country Estates in Solon Township Tuesday. Multiple fire departments and deputies from the Kent County Sheriff’s Office responded about 5:14 p.m. Wednesday, May 4, to 15290 Pecan Avenue, in White Creek Country Estates (White Creek Ave NE and […]

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Officer McCutcheon honored

Officer McCutcheon honored

07 May 2021

This past Thursday, the Men and Ladies of Honor from Cedar Springs Public School and Creative Technologies Academy gave Officer Thomas McCutcheon a day of honor at City Impact. The MLOH students wanted to say thank you for his service protecting our community and school.   Officer Thomas McCutcheon has served as security officer at […]

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Pagel murder on Dateline Friday

Pagel murder on Dateline Friday

07 May 2021

By Judy Reed The Courtland Township murder that horrified residents in the Rockford/Cedar Springs area will be the focus on a newsmagazine show this week. This Friday’s all-new Dateline will focus on the Renee Pagel murder case and will include an exclusive interview with Renee’s now grown daughter, Sarah Pagel; Renee’s childhood friend Laura Beach; […]

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Mural welcomes walkers, riders to city

Mural welcomes walkers, riders to city

07 May 2021

By Judy Reed Those hiking and biking the White Pine Trail will receive a warm welcome to Cedar Springs thanks to a new mural commissioned by the Cedar Springs Downtown Development Authority. The $5,750 mural, painted by artist Nick Nortick, is located on a city storage building at the end of Elm Street (at the […]

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Rep. Huizenga to host May office hours

07 May 2021

State Rep. Mark Huizenga today invited residents of northern Kent County to five open office hours during the month of May. “I always want to be available for the people of our community,” said Huizenga, of Walker. “Area residents are welcome and encouraged to come meet with me at office hours.” Huizenga will host office […]

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State Rep. Posthumus issues apology after crash/OWI arrest

State Rep. Posthumus issues apology after crash/OWI arrest

07 May 2021

Vows to earn back trust State District Representative Bryan Richard Posthumus (R- Cannon Twp.), who initiated the bill in the Michigan legislature earlier this year to increase government transparency and accountability, is being transparent and accountable to his constituents about an alcohol-related car crash he was in last Friday. Posthumus, 36, the newly-elected representative of […]

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MDHHS updates epidemic order

MDHHS updates epidemic order

07 May 2021

Lifts mask requirements for outdoor gatherings of under 100 people LANSING, MICH. On Tuesday, May 4, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) updated its COVID-19 Gatherings and Face Masks epidemic order to encourage safer outdoor activities as spring and summer bring warmer weather and new opportunities to go outdoors.  Under the new […]

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Health department changes guidance on COVID-19 quarantine period

07 May 2021

Guidance aligns with U.S. Centers for Disease Control and prevention protocols GRAND RAPIDS, MI (April 30, 2020) – The Kent County Health Department is changing its quarantine guidelines for people exposed to coronavirus to align with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocols. Effective immediately, the new guidance shortens the quarantine period […]

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Lady Red Hawk soccer wins over South Christian

Lady Red Hawk soccer wins over South Christian

07 May 2021

On Wednesday, April 25, South Christian made the journey north to take on the Lady Red Hawk Soccer team in an OK Gold contest.  With this being the first meeting between the schools, a hotly contested game was expected, and Cedar Springs was ready. They came out and were prepared for this game after a […]

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Red Hawks take two games against Wayland

Red Hawks take two games against Wayland

07 May 2021

Last week Tuesday the Red Hawk varsity baseball team traveled to Wayland to take on the Wildcats in a double header. In the first game, senior Dylan Knauf took the mound. In four innings of work, he struck out 2 batters and scattered 5 hits. Wayland was able to push across 2 runs. In the […]

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Windless whistleblowing

07 May 2021

The Cedar Springs Post welcomes letters of up to 350 words. The subject should be relevant to local readers, and the editor reserves the right to reject letters or edit for clarity, length, good taste, accuracy, and liability concerns. All submissions MUST be accompanied by full name, mailing address and daytime phone number. We use […]

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