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The Ziibiwing Center hosted an Honoring, Healing and Remembering Ceremony on June 6 at the site of the Mount Pleasant Indian Industrial Boarding School to honor the children who attended and observe the 84th anniversary of its closing.
A search advisory committee charged with finding the next president of Central Michigan University will begin to interview candidates this month, according to a press release from the university on June 6.
Beginning June 30, downtown Mount Pleasant will be transformed into an outdoor market on Saturday mornings, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. as the new Saturday Farmers' Market location.
The Ziibiwing Center is hosting an Honoring, Healing and Remembering ceremony on June 6 to observe the 84th anniversary of the closing of the Mount Pleasant Indian Industrial Boarding School.
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.
For the last five decades, the Special Olympics have fought for inclusion and helped its athletes to find joy and empowerment.
Education and Human Services Faculty member, John Farrar, has announced his retirement from his full time position at Central Michigan University.
Imagine being a baseball player unable to see the ball. Imagine being a bowler but not being able to count the pins you’ve struck. Imagine being an athlete who barely can see.
Bill Thompson, a former Central Michigan University 400 and 800 meter runner, continues giving back to the community he said he still calls home.
During the closing ceremony of the Special Olympics Michigan State Summer Games on June 1 at Kelly/Shorts Stadium, the roaring of motorcycle engines could be heard from miles away.
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.
More than 6,000 people filled Kelly/Shorts Stadium on May 31 to celebrate Special Olympics Michigan’s 50th anniversary of providing inclusion and empowerment through the highly anticipated summer games.
Food Truck Friday returns 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. on June 1 to tempt lunch-time diners with mouthwatering barbecue, spicy burritos, refreshing ice cream and more at the Central Michigan University Research Corporation.
While many athletes battle for first place in traditional sporting events, those who compete in the 2018 Special Olympics Michigan Summer Games have fought battles for much more than titles.
When Special Olympic athlete Richard Hess was diagnosed with autism in 1965, his family was concerned his condition would limit his opportunities and what he would be able to achieve in his lifetime.
Special Olympics Michigan is celebrating half of a century of providing happiness, confidence and fulfillment to its athletes during its 50th anniversary summer games May 31- June 2 at Central Michigan University.
The Alma Highland Festival brought together a community of thousands of people on May 27 to 'Scotland, USA,' also known as Alma College, to celebrate their shared appreciation of Scottish culture and tradition.
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.
To celebrate Scottish and Celtic culture, Alma College is hosting the weekend-long Alma Highland Festival, May 25-27.
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.