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"Use your power at the polls:" Local candidates urge CMU students to vote in upcoming elections at SGA's Annual Candidates Forum.
On Nov. 6, voters can choose between Democrat Larry King and Republican David Barberi for the position of Isabella County Prosecuting Attorney.
Isabella County voters can vote for one of two probate court judge candidates chosen by voters in the primary election on Nov. 6, Sara Spencer-Noggle and Stuart Black.
City Commission agreed to postpone the decision on an ordinance to amend a Mount Pleasant code regarding snow and ice removal until after further discussion.
Recreational marijuana allows residents over 21 to have 10 ounces of flower, 12 plants and permits for marijuana businesses.
Mount Pleasant City Commission disapproved the adjustment of Medical Marijuana Facility Licensing application date Sept. 24.
On Sep. 10, Mount Pleasant City Commission approves Michigan Community Capital’s developmental purchase agreement for Parcel B.
Mount Pleasant City Commissioners discussed Welcome Weekend, approved sale of parcel of land for medical marijuana processing facility.
Davies, former president of Murray State University, will assume his new position as the face and 15th president of CMU on Sept. 1, shortly after classes begin Aug. 27.
Isabella County voters chose probate court judge candidates and approved two local millage requests in the Tuesday, Aug. 7 primary election.
Isabella County residents will have the opportunity to vote on two ballot proposals in the Aug. 7 primary election. The Isabella County Parks and Recreation Commission and the Chippewa River District Library are asking voters for millage renewals.
Three Republicans are asking voters to choose them to run against the Democrat seeking the Isabella County Prosecuting Attorney's Office this fall.
Three Democrats are competing for the chance to challenge State House Rep. Roger Hauck in the Nov. 6 general election.
Isabella County Trial Court often gets the most community attention as it hears criminal matters that happen in the county. By deciding estate cases and granting adoptions, Probate Court also directly impacts families in important ways.
Medical marijuana facilities will be able to operate in the city of Mount Pleasant.
Mount Pleasant community members voiced their opinions to the City Commission about the city opting in to the state law allowing medical marihuana facilities during a public hearing at 6:30 p.m., May 29 in City Hall.
The Ziibiwing Center hosted an Honoring, Healing and Remembering Ceremony on June 6 at the site of the Mount Pleasant Indian Industrial Boarding School to honor the children who attended and observe the 84th anniversary of its closing.
Mount Pleasant community members will have the opportunity to give the city commission their input on having medical marihuana facilities in the city during a public hearing at 6:30 p.m., May 29 in City Hall.
With her infant daughter strapped to her chest, Mount Pleasant Mayor Allison Quast-Lents gave a speech at her campaign kick-off party for Michigan State House Representative for the 99th District, on April 19.