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Privately held investment and restaurant management company Inspired Concepts has acquired $4 million worth of restaurant operations from LaBelle Management's restaurant division.Owned by LaBelle Management's Chief Operating Officer Jeff Neely, Inspired Concepts was created as an investment company focused on Michigan restaurants.
The following incidents were reported between 12 a.m. on Oct. 10 11:59 p.m. on Oct. 14 by the Mount Pleasant Police Department.Oct.
Central Michigan University’s Rotaract Club brought Dr. Jan Pol to campus Tuesday night to discuss his veterinary practice and recent reality television stardom.Pol, who currently stars in the number one television show on National Geographic Wild “The Incredible Dr. Pol,” is a veterinarian in Isabella County who specializes in large and farm animals.He began the talk with some background about himself.“I grew up on a dairy farm in Denmark as the youngest of six children,” he said, adding that he had a feeling from very early on that he wanted to be a veterinarian.
Every second Monday in October from this point onward will
be known as Indigenous People’s Day in Mount Pleasant.Mayor Sharon Tilmann presented the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe
with a proclamation recognizing the national holiday, more commonly known as
Columbus Day, as Indigenous People’s Day during the Mount Pleasant City
Commission meeting Monday evening in City Hall.“The proclamation is about educating ourselves about the
Indian culture,” Tilmann said.
A series of presentations featuring Dakota artist Annette Lee will take place at Central Michigan University and the Ziibiwing Center on Friday, Oct.
“The Incredible” Dr. Pol from National Geographic Wild will be visiting Central Michigan University Tuesday
On Monday, Oct. 13, the City of Mount Pleasant will read a
proclamation declaring that day “Indigenous People's Day” during the City
Commission meeting at Mount Pleasant City Hall.
Arrests and citations issued over the Homecoming weekend were typical of past years, according to Mount Pleasant police agencies.At the Oct.
According to a recent study conducted by the Detroit Free Press, taxpayer money going toward charter schools is being spent with little transparency.
Multiple large blue tarps billowed in the wind as they concealed the recovery of Michael Hartnett’s body from the pond near Park Library.The normally serene Fabiano Botanical Gardens was alive with activity on a Sunday evening as the tragedy unfolded.
Members of the greek community armed themselves with trash bags and gloves to clean the streets of Mount Pleasant after the Homecoming weekend."I just like to do something to help the community and build ratlines between the city and university," said Grambling junior and member of Sigma Tau Gamma Tyler Khan.
CMU and Special Olympics Michigan held a 5k walk/run on Saturday as part of homecoming weekend. Over 400 people participated.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen is open for business.
Nearly five hours after a report of a missing person was filed, a man was removed from the pond in the Fabiano Botanical Garden.Sherry Knight, associate vice president of university communications, said the Central Michigan Police Department was notified at approximately 2:30 p.m.
Athletes participating in the SOS
Despite their roots in tradition, music festivals are here
to stay according to local music experts.Midwest Fest is just around the corner from Thursday, Sept.
City of Mount Pleasant officials are meeting with Central Michigan University officials next week to decide the best way to handle safety issues in Mount Pleasant.
Young children and college students alike are forming
relationships and deepening their connection to their heritage through a new
mentoring program.When Dr. David Kinney launched a pilot program for bringing
Native American youth and Native American
Illuminated by achievements of past students on the projector behind him, Charles Crespy inspired nearly 150 students to make their business dreams a reality.Crespy, dean of the College of Business Administration, tossed aside buzzwords and catchy business lingo; he let Shakespeare do the job."There is a tide in the affairs of men which taken on the flood leads on to waves of fortune," Crespy said slowly.
Central Michigan University is making a concerted effort to improve programs in STEM fields.This can best be reflected in the on going construction of the $95 million Biosciences Building, however this is just one of the actions taken by CMU President George Ross and Ian Davidson, dean of the College of Science and Technology."Student success is a major component of the CST strategic plan and our objectives include improved first to second year retention, increased graduation rates and shorter time to graduation for our students," Davidson said.