Man dies in weekend crash

by JUDY REED A drunk-driving related accident in Solon Township claimed the life of a Wyoming man Saturday night. According to Cedar Springs Police Chief Roger Parent, the crash occurred at the intersection of White Creek Avenue and 17 Mile Road about 10:25 p.m. Saturday, October 4. According to a witness, a red Jeep driven […]

Jones donates locks to cancer patients

Fiona Jones, a student at Chandler Woods Charter Academy in Belmont, has inches and inches of hair cut for Pantene Beautiful Lengths. Her hair was cut by Kim, owner of Serendipity Salon. Jones gladly donated her locks for use by women having cancer treatments.

Two Kent County Sheriff’s Office employees receive prestigious awards

Volunteer Coordinator

The Kent County Sheriff’s Office would like to honor two outstanding employees for their achievements within the Kent County community. Both employees are receiving prestigious statewide recognition for their work ethic and professionalism. On Sunday, October 4, Deputy Tim Erhardt received the prestigious “Secondary Road Patrol Deputy of the Year Award” from the Michigan Office of […]

Main Street by Roger Allen publisher – October 8, 2009

Plain talk People depend on steady jobs and regular paychecks to balance their budgets. Few households in this country haven’t had to pass up something because of the cost. Our federal and state budgets have the same problem. All those subsidies and grants were for good ideas, but the government doesn’t exactly have a steady […]

The Tax Attic with Jerry Coon – October 8, 2009

Advantages of partnerships, C corporations There are a few things I would like to do before I ride off into the sunset—my bucket list of sorts. One of them is to drive a winged sprint car. I joke about that one maybe having to wait until my next life. But since I’m of the Reformed […]