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When customers walk into Mitchell’s Gourmet Deli Market in Shepherd, they are instantly greeted with warm smiles and seduced by the aroma of home-cooked food. On the outside, the shop appears to be just a regular corner store. But after one visit, customers become part of the Mitchell family.
On July 20, 1968, 1,000 athletes from the United States and Canada gathered to compete at Chicago’s Soldier Field in the first ever Special Olympics.
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.
More than 270 automobiles will be on display June 8 in downtown Mount Pleasant during the Back to the Bricks car show from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
To help honor those who sacrificed their lives serving in the United States military and observe the Memorial Day holiday, a parade is scheduled May 28 in downtown Mount Pleasant.
West Bloomfield Township senior Kevin Karim Maher Ajluni died May 3 following injuries from a fall, police confirm.
Walking into Millrose Brewing Co. in Barrington, Illinois, 21-year-old Jim Holton immediately noticed the large copper cladded kettles sitting in the middle of a room, flanked by field-stone fireplaces.
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.
A campaign kick-off party will take place for Mount Pleasant Mayor Allison Quast-Lents to officially announce her candidacy for the Michigan State House District 99 seat at 5 p.m. April 19 at 117 S. Main St.
Isabella County Sheriff’s Department arrested a man on April 9 for viewing child pornography on display computers a Walmart on Blue Grass Rd. in Mount Pleasant.
To the outside eye, the store appears to be small, however — but once inside the store, the books are endless. From romance to historical fiction, to jigsaw puzzles, audio books and a small selection of DVDs, there is a little bit of something for everyone to enjoy.
Central Michigan University's fight song sang through the speakers of City Hall as the CMU Women’s basketball team gathered at the front of the room during the Mount Pleasant City Commission meeting April 9.
Slightly overwhelmed but at peace with her decision, Mount Pleasant Mayor Allison Quast-Lents announced she is running for the State House of Representatives for Michigan’s 99th district.
Located in downtown Mount Pleasant, Pleasant City Coffee lives up to its name. It’s a quaint coffee shop and an ideal location to meet with friends, study or just grab the shop’s specialty Banana-nut latte and people-watch from the windows.
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.