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"Centennial Nights: Welcome Back" initiated the new year on Jan. 13 at Centennial Hall, located in Downtown Mount Pleasant. The venue consisted of two rooms: the live room that kicked off its four-group set list with a live cellist at 9 p.m. and a vibe room entertaining with hip hop, dubstep, house and other genres.
The Pixie restaurant located at 302 North Mission Street was closed due to damage from a small fire on the morning of Jan 13.
A first-offense MIP civil infraction citation will now only carry a $100 fine and any court costs.
The event is described as a “fun unique winter 5K obstacle course that goes beyond the challenges of an obstacle course by pushing participants through the frigid winter elements of Michigan.”
Former 2009 homecoming grand marshal Carter Oosterhouse is facing sexual misconduct allegations.
Star of HGTV shows "Carter Can" and "Trading Spaces," Oosterhouse has been accused by a makeup artist Kailey Kaminsky, who worked with him in 2008, of being coerced into offering him sexual favors.
Police say the suspect took clothing around 7:40 p.m. Dec. 27 at a community dryer area in a Deerfield Road apartment building, according to a Jan. 2 Facebook post.
Wayside Central, located at 2000 S Mission St., offered what advertisements described as the "Area's Largest New Year's Celebration. Hours at the club, O'Kelly's Sports Bar and Grille, The Cabin and Hunter's Ale House extending serving hours to 4 a.m.
Mount Pleasant residents can drop their Christmas trees by their curb for collection from Jan. 2-5 and Jan. 8-12, 2018, according to a city press release.
More than 100 fans gathered at O’Kelly’s Sports Bar & Grille in Mount Pleasant to watch the Chippewas face Wyoming in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. The game was televised on ESPN and was shown on several TVs in the bar.
Enberg died Dec. 21 aged 82 at his home in California. Word of his death reached Mount Pleasant, where community members and fans were prepping for the football team’s appearance in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl against Wyoming.
The city advises property owners to clear their sidewalks of snow, including mailbox approaches, within 24 hours following inclement weather, according to a city press release issued Dec. 13.
Ashton Terrill-Leathers was last seen Nov. 23, according to the Mount Pleasant Police Department.
On average, the city of Mount Pleasant receives about 32 in of precipitation a year. On June 22, it received 6.5 inches in less than 20 hours.
Over the course of 10 days in October, Isabella County received 11 inches of rain. That meant having to wait for water to recede before being able to harvest.
The majority of climate scientists report that human behavior significantly contributes to climate change. According to the Climate Change 2014 Synthesis Report Summary, greenhouse gas emissions are at a historical high level and have increased largely as a result of economic development and human population growth.
Flooding caused by the June thunderstorms represented one of the costliest agricultural disasters in Isabella County history. Updated damage estimates show between $10-$15 million in losses to local farmers.
The Mount Pleasant Police Department responded to an illegal entry complaint before 7 a.m. Dec. 4 in the 1100 block of West Campus Drive.
The new chief of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe is a Central Michigan University alumnus.
A decision against Sara Kubik was handed down by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit Nov. 30, according to a court opinion.
Downtown Development Director Michelle Sponseller said Mount Pleasant's annual holiday event is the largest and most expensive event put on by the city. Festivities require a budget exceeding $22,500 and planning begins immediately after the previous one ends.