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Kris Batzner, owner of Redbloom Yoga, leads an outdoor yoga class in Downtown Mount Pleasant, on June 15, 2017.
The city can choose to allow growing facilities that would cultivate and process marijuana for sale.
The city of Mount Pleasant will host a ten-week event This will be the second year that the city of Mount Pleasant hosts the weekly events, which began last year as a way to bring more attention to downtown Mount Pleasant, says Melinda Salchert, special events coordinator for Mount Pleasant's Downtown Development department. "It's all about getting people out and doing things together," Salchert said. "There really is a sense of community."
Beer enthusiasts from across the state gathered in Mount Pleasant for the 4th Annual Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, June 10.
The Mount Pleasant City Commission will meet to consider the approval of the 2018-2022 Capital Improvement Plan, among other items on the agenda, at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 12.
The 4th annual Craft Beer Festival, hosted by the Mount Pleasant Jaycees, returns to Downtown Mount Pleasant's "Jockey Alley" between Main and Court Streets on Saturday.
Students, faculty and members of the Mount Pleasant community have the opportunity to grow their own food and learn about gardening and healthy food options this summer through Campus Grow.The community garden located behind the parking lot of Theunissen Stadium features 70 10' by 10' plots available for rent as well as a "Plant a Row for the Hungry" plot and a children's garden.
A total of 22 licensed therapy dogs were present for attendees of the Summer Games to interact and play with between Friday and Saturday.
More than 2,000 athletes took home medals, ribbons and awards Saturday as the 2017 Special Olympics Michigan Summer Games came to a close.The 45th annual summer games at Central Michigan University started with a parade of athletes to kick off the opening ceremony emceed by WZZM-TV news anchor Juliet Dragos and WXYZ-TV reporter Ann Marie LaFlamme.
A special bond continues to form in the Special Olympics between the athletes and the Michigan National Guard.The Michigan National Guard sends volunteers to help with traffic control, present medals, and other volunteer services.
Most athletes decide to end their careers after 10 to 20 years.Climax native Eddie Sturm, representing area 16, is competing in his 28th Special Olympics.
The eighth annual Rev It Up event for the Special Olympics reaches new heights this year. The annual event, put on by the Moose Riders charity, raised $17,430, a new record for the event.
John Fry, the coach for the Area 22 gymnastics team, has known Brown since when he first became involved with Special Olympics.
Food Truck Friday will kick of its first week of the summer with a showdown between GreenTree Cooperative Grocery and Little Miss Cupcake, from 11 a.m.
For the 45th consecutive summer, more than 5,000 athletes, coaches and volunteers will make their way to Central Michigan University for the Special Olympics Michigan Summer Games.The three-day event, June 1-3, will give Michigan children and adults with disabilities a chance to compete and build friendships that will last a lifetime. The Hope Torch will be lit at 10 a.m. Thursday on the steps of the State Capitol Building in Lansing and run up U.S. 127 to Kelly/Shorts Stadium to be passed on to Lane Heximer, who was named SOMI's Inspirational Athlete of the Year at last year's summer games.
Michigan Municipal League will host a Community Financial Health Forum at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 2 at City Commission Chambers in the Historic Borden Building, 320 W.
A world-famous bakery is opening in Mount Pleasant within walking distance of campus.Cops & Doughnuts, headquartered in Clare, will open a location 16 miles south of its main bakery by July 1.
Isabella County Sheriff Mike Main said the gathering included approximately 1,500 people.
One out every four girls, and every six boys, in Isabella County will be sexually abused by the time they are 18 years old, said Kim Seidel, executive director of the Isabella County Child Advocacy Center.