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The sixth annual Rubber Duck Derby was a collaboration between PR Central and the Soaring Eagle to raise money for Public Relations Students Society of America (PRSSA) at CMU. The money raised will be put into supporting PRSSA students with opportunities such as national public relations conferences, guest speakers, agency tours and scholarships.
Community input helped the Mount Pleasant City Commission make a final decision about the status of a bus shelter downtown, at their meeting on March 26.
Video surveillance shows the man walking around the back part of the convenience store, where he stops in front of a chip display, unzips his pants and appears to urinate. While doing so, he casually inspected the chip bags in front of him.
Both the Central Michigan University Police Department and the Mount Pleasant Police Department had their hands full trying to maintain a safe environment as students and community members celebrated Saint Patrick's Day over the weekend.
Walking into B’s Music Shop, customers are greeted by blue walls lined with guitars, stacks of records as tall as a person, and ‘80s rock music enticing them to play some music of their own.
Mount Pleasant could see new medical marijuana facilities this fall, but regardless of state laws and city ordinances, Central Michigan University will remiana drug-free campus.
City Commission passed a resolution supporting the local March For Our Lives event that will take place at 1 p.m. March 24 at Island Park. The local event will be part of a national demonstration that was created by survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida and is meant to bring attention to gun violence and gun control.
A national protest on gun control has arrived in Mount Pleasant and will culminate with a March For Our Lives event at 1p.m. March 24 in Island Park, 331 N. Main St.
On Feb. 28, Dick’s Sporting Goods announced that it will no longer sell assault-style weapons in its stores.
A draft of a new property maintenance ordinance, meant to tackle all blighted and nuisance properties in Mount Pleasant, was discussed during a work session by the Mount Pleasant City Commission on Feb. 26.
Smoke rose and lights flashed from stage as music fell upon the ears of Central Michigan University students and Mount Pleasant residents at Centennial Hall Feb 23.
Rep. Roger Hauck, R-Union Township, has voted in favor of a bill that would allocate money to repairing roads.
The third time just might be the charm for local soul-food takeout restaurant Soul Sista's, which is set to open Feb. 23.
The release stated the park would be closed until further notice and updates will be posted as they come on the City of Mount Pleasant’s website and social media.
Stuart Black, a former Central Michigan University instructor and senior assistant prosecutor for Isabella County is running for Isabella County probate judge.
The following incidents were among those handled by the Central Michigan Police Department and Mount Pleasant Police Department from Feb. 9 to Feb 16.
Superheroes, chickens, cows and a giraffe all took the plunge into a pool of frigid water outside of Wayside Central to raise money for Special Olympics Michigan on Feb. 17.
Mount Pleasant City Commission redefined buffer zones and the number of facilities allowed for the medical marijuana facilities ordinance draft in a Feb. 12 work session.
Although he travels around the country competing in food challenges, Casey Webb, host of Travel Channel's "Man v. Food" couldn't conquer Dog Central's.