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The beauty of fall New sculpture in Heart of Cedar Springs park Cedar Springs outscores Wayland 28-12
 
The beauty of fall

The beauty of fall

This time of year is a picturesque reminder of the beauty we experience here in Michigan as leaves and fall foliage turn bright shades of red, yellow, and orange.

The beauty of fall
New sculpture in Heart of Cedar Springs park

New sculpture in Heart of Cedar Springs park

By Sue Wolfe A new sculpture was recently set in place near the Cedar Springs Community Library in the Heart of Cedar Springs city park running along Cedar Creek.  This is the fourth sculpture to appear in the park and is the third piece by Steve Anderson. The sculpture features a stainless-steel owl entitled “Wisdom […]

New sculpture in Heart of Cedar Springs park
Cedar Springs outscores Wayland 28-12

Cedar Springs outscores Wayland 28-12

By Judy Reed The Cedar Springs Red Hawks varsity football team swooped into Wayland last Friday and scooped up their second win of the season in the OK-Gold with a score of 28-12. Wayland scored first, with 5:44 left in the first quarter, on a Kaden Dole 2-yard run up the middle. The Red Hawks […]

Cedar Springs outscores Wayland 28-12
Six arrested on federal charge of conspiracy to kidnap the governor

Six arrested on federal charge of conspiracy to kidnap the governor

16 October 2020

Seven more arrested on state charges related to the plan A Grand Rapids man appears to be the ringleader in a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. United States Attorney Andrew Birge announced last week that six men have been arrested and charged federally with conspiring to kidnap the Governor. According to a complaint […]

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City installs new dog park

City installs new dog park

16 October 2020

By Judy Reed When families want to spend some quality time at the park, their four-legged family members can now go along, too. Riggle Park, located on Beech Street between Fifth and Cherry Street in Cedar Springs, now has an area fenced off specifically for dogs. The area is just over .41 acres and split […]

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Post Travels to Myrtle Beach, SC

Post Travels to Myrtle Beach, SC

16 October 2020

The Chapman’s and the Sanderson’s, along with Staci Ramirez, enjoyed celebrating The Feast of Tabernacles in Myrtle Beach, SC this October.   They stayed in a condo on the beach and enjoyed the Atlantic ocean.  Are you going on vacation? Be sure to take along a printed edition of the Post and get someone to […]

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Pink out with the Cedar Springs U.S. Post Office

Pink out with the Cedar Springs U.S. Post Office

16 October 2020

By Judy Reed If you’ve had the chance to stop in to the Cedar Springs branch of the U.S. Post Office, you’ll see the employees are doing their part to raise awareness of breast cancer this month. According to clerk Rachael Vestergaard-Kanitz, they decorate the lobby every year during October.  “October is National Breast Cancer […]

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Town celebrates first weekend in October

Town celebrates first weekend in October

16 October 2020

There may not have been an official Red Flannel Day this year, but residents still celebrated the first weekend in October, just on a smaller scale. City businesses had sidewalk sales, there was a craft fair at the Cedar Springs Library, and the Cedar Springs Brewing Company held a Festival market, cornhole tournament and concert. […]

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Correction

16 October 2020

Last week we ran an article on Alpha Family Center and their quest to raise funds for an Ultrasound machine. In the article we said that Alpha had raised a matching portion of the funds. While they did raise funds, they were not “matching” funds. As we explained later in the article, the funds raised […]

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Supreme Court denies Whitmer’s request for COVID-19 orders extension

Supreme Court denies Whitmer’s request for COVID-19 orders extension

16 October 2020

By Scott McClallen | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The Michigan Supreme Court on Monday rejected Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s statement asserting her unconstitutional orders still hold power over Michiganders through Oct. 30. Whitmer previously claimed her executive orders retained the force of law for 21 days after the court’s Oct. 2 ruling. Whitmer on Oct. 5 had asked the court […]

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Free meals for kids extended for entire school year

Free meals for kids extended for entire school year

16 October 2020

Flexibilities now available through June 30, 2021 (Mt. Wolf, PA, October 9, 2020)– U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced last Friday that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is extending flexibilities to allow free meals to continue to be available to all children throughout the entire 2020-2021 school year. This unprecedented move is part of USDA’s […]

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Train derailment mystery

Train derailment mystery

16 October 2020

Investigators Working to Solve 25-Year-Old Sabotage of Track That Led to Derailment of Amtrak’s Sunset Limited Passenger Train; $310,000 Reward Available FBI Seeking Information on Train Derailment If you have tips or information on the October 9, 1995 derailment of the Sunset Limited, visit tips.fbi.gov or call the FBI’s Phoenix Field Office at (623) 466-1999. A reward […]

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New pharmacy opens

New pharmacy opens

16 October 2020

Cedar Springs residents now have a new option when it comes to choosing a local pharmacy. The Cedar Springs Pharmacy, located in the White Creek plaza at 14111 White Creek Ave., opened their new business and held a ribbon cutting last month. “This small, locally owned pharmacy will provide personalized care and service that is […]

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