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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.
Beginning in Island Park, the march’s route went past Mount Pleasant’s post office, down Main Street and through the downtown area, ending at city hall. Leading the massive crowd were some of the student organizers, all holding a long March For Our Lives banner.
“We wanted to bring in a family friendly event that was active to celebrate the Easter holiday," said Madison Heights junior Taylor Dawson, an event organizer.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Shri Thanedar, visited Central Michigan University hosted by College Democrats to talk about his progressive campaign March 21 in Anspach Hall.
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.
James Eric Davis Jr. appeared in Isabella County Trial Court on March 19 for a hearing about his medical records.
In the cozy room of Foust Hall room 135, therapy dogs, artwork and members of the community combine to foster a sense of hope and healing following the fatal March 2 shooting that took place in Campbell Hall on Central Michigan University's campus.
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.
Central Michigan University and Native American communities were brought together to celebrate Native American culture March 17-18 for the 29th annual “Celebrating Life” Pow wow held at McGuirk Arena.
The Native American Programs office is hosting its 29th annual “Celebrating Life Pow Wow" March 17-18 in McGuirk Arena.
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.
James Eric Davis Sr. and Diva Jeneen Davis were shot and killed by their son, James Eric Davis Jr., at about 8:30 a.m. March 2 on the fourth floor of Campbell Hall, police believe. Davis Jr. was captured after a 15-hour manhunt and faces murder charges.
At 9:02 a.m. a Central Alert emergency message was broadcast. “The CMU Police Department is responding to a report of shots fired near the fourth floor area of Campbell Hall, again, shots fired near the fourth floor area of Campbell Hall. Please stay clear of the area.”
He is charged with two counts of homicide-open murder and one count of possession of firearm to commit a murder.
James Eric Davis Jr., the 19-year-old suspected of killing his parents in Campbell Hall, did not enter a plea during his arraignment March 6 in Isabella County Trial Court.