Articles written by: Nicole Rombach

Mount Pleasant
Lansing resident Mary Stasek holds a Consumers Energy banner during the Walk for Warmth Saturday morning in downtown Mount Pleasant. The walk will benefit those who cannot afford to heat their homes in Isabella County. (Zack Wittman/Staff Photographer)

Walk for Warmth raises more than $1,400 for families in need

More than 100 people braved the cold Saturday to get a taste of what those without heat in their homes experience every day. Outfitted with gloves, scarves and hats, walkers met at the Mount Pleasant Housing Commission, 1 Mosher St., […]
Metro / Student Life

Study: Bilingualism shown to stave off the effects of aging on cognition

Studying more than one language might reduce the likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s later in life. According to a recent study, the potential benefits of bilingualism on long-term cognitive function has generated interest across the academic community at Central Michigan University […]
Union Township

Union Township Board of Trustees makes changes to cater to public needs

An increased concern for meeting the public’s needs led to the reorganization of staff and a consolidation of goals among the Charter of Union Township Board of Trustees members Wednesday. Township Manager Brian Smith recommended a new full-time position to […]


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