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Two injured, one killed in crash
 
Two injured, one killed in crash

Two injured, one killed in crash

A driver crossed the centerline on 14 Mile Rd on Sunday and hit another vehicle head on. According to the Michigan State Police, the crash occurred about 1 p.m. on Sunday, October 18, on 14 Mile Rd at Wabasis Avenue, in Oakfield Township. investigation showed that a westbound Jeep Liberty crossed the centerline into the […]

Two injured, one killed in crash
Cedar Springs loses heartbreaker to Catholic Central

Cedar Springs loses heartbreaker to Catholic Central

22 October 2021

By Judy Reed The win (and possible share of the conference title) was within their grasp. It was so close that the Red Hawks and their fans could taste it. With 38 seconds left on the game clock, Ryan Miller scored the touchdown that brought them within one point of the Catholic Central Cougars. Would […]

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Two injured, one killed in crash

Two injured, one killed in crash

22 October 2021

A driver crossed the centerline on 14 Mile Rd on Sunday and hit another vehicle head on. According to the Michigan State Police, the crash occurred about 1 p.m. on Sunday, October 18, on 14 Mile Rd at Wabasis Avenue, in Oakfield Township. investigation showed that a westbound Jeep Liberty crossed the centerline into the […]

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Kent County breaks ground on north campus

Kent County breaks ground on north campus

15 October 2021

New Facility Will Enhance Access to County Services Kent County ceremonially broke ground Wednesday, October 13, on the North County Campus located at 4191 17 Mile Road in Cedar Springs (next to Taco Bell). On Jan. 23, 2020, the Kent County Board of Commissioners initially voted to approve $12.5 million for the development of this […]

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Halloween Spooktacular

Halloween Spooktacular

22 October 2021

This year Halloween (October 31) is on Sunday, and that has caused some confusion among residents on when trick or treating is for Cedar Springs. Cedar Springs has always allowed trick or treating on Halloween, even on a Sunday, and it is the same this year. The difference this year, is that downtown businesses will […]

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Mom found guilty in baby’s death

Mom found guilty in baby’s death

22 October 2021

By Judy Reed A Solon Township mother was found guilty last week of first-degree murder and first-degree child abuse in the death of her infant daughter.  Tatiana Elena Fusari, 30, heard the verdict after just three hours of deliberation by jurors. Fusari’s defense was that her husband, Seth Welch, 30, abused her physically, mentally and […]

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Pumpkin giveaway a big success

Pumpkin giveaway a big success

22 October 2021

Last Saturday was a great day for Halloween pumpkin giveaway put on by the Green Family and Friends, the Cedar Springs Area Chamber of Commerce, and City Impact. The event took place in the Heart of Cedar Springs, near the library. “It was a little chilly but that didn’t stop the children from having a […]

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The Post travels to Florida

The Post travels to Florida

22 October 2021

Michael and Belinda Sanderson, of Cedar Springs, traveled to Ft. Walton Beach, FL to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles (Leviticus 23:33-43). Here they are on the balcony of their temporary booth (a condo overlooking the Gulf of Mexico), with a copy of the Cedar Springs Post. They enjoyed beautiful weather and spiritual enlightenment for 8 […]

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Did you know?

Did you know?

22 October 2021

Fisk Knob is a small park in Solon Township that contains the highest point of elevation in the entire county, at 1,072 feet above sea level. The 4-acre park is located at 17533 Algoma Ave. Visitors can use the small parking area just off Algoma, then hike up the short, gated drive to the peak. […]

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Help stock the Cedar Springs food pantry

Help stock the Cedar Springs food pantry

22 October 2021

Edward Jones is collecting food Oct. 21-Nov. 11 Would you like to have a chance to really make a difference in the community? Buy a few extra items when you buy groceries this week to donate to the local food pantry and drop them off at our local Edward Jones branch. The Cedar Springs Community […]

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A Life of public service

A Life of public service

22 October 2021

Cedar Springs Mayor Gerald Hall retires By Sue Wolfe October continues to be a significant month in the life of Jerry Hall as he completes his seventh year as Mayor for the City of Cedar Springs and eighth year as a City Councilor. Mr. Hall’s last council meeting took place on October 14, 2021, and […]

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Man sentenced on pipe bomb, gun charges

Man sentenced on pipe bomb, gun charges

22 October 2021

A Newaygo man who was arrested in early March after his 16-year-old son took some explosive materials to school and accidentally detonated them, was sentenced last week to four years in prison. David Robert Daniel Saylor, age 34, pleaded guilty to owning a pipe bomb and stolen gun.  According to the Michigan State Police, the […]

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State’s first case of SARS-CoV-2 identified in a cat

State’s first case of SARS-CoV-2 identified in a cat

22 October 2021

There is no evidence suggesting animals are playing a role in transmission to humans Lansing—The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) has confirmed SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans) in a domestic shorthair cat from Ingham County. While a number of pets have tested positive for the virus worldwide, this is […]

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