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  1. Financial challenges faced by sole parents often result in sacrificing the pursuit of a college education, and an initiative that brings women together has enabled single parents or students from single-parent households to attend Central Michigan University.

    The CMU Women's Connection was created in 2004 to bring alumnae and friends of CMU together.

  2. Heavy rains today through tomorrow bring a flood watch to mid-Michigan, plus cooler temperatures this week.

    Forecast: rain, fall-like temperatures

    A police investigation finds a threat of violence against Mt.

  3. Rumors spread over social media among parents and students alike over the weekend as a police investigation indicated so far that a threat of violence against Mt. Pleasant Middle School is unfounded.

    A note and voice message sent to parents of children who attend the school from Superintendent Jennifer Verleger Sunday said a possible threat was posted on social media Saturday and immediately reported to the Mt.

  4. The weather is changing and fall is officially in the air.

    Parents will soon escort their children around mid-Michigan to collect candy and partake in trick-or-treating in their favorite costumes.

    To get you and your family prepared for Halloween this year, here is a list of trick-or-treating hours across mid-Michigan.

  5. Heavy rains predicted for Monday afternoon into Tuesday in mid-Michigan have spurred a flood watch in Isabella, Clare, Gratiot and other counties, kicking off a rainy, cooler forecast for the week.

    More than two inches or more of rain could fall in Mt.

  6. Mid-Michigan will be home to ghouls, goblins and terrifying things this Halloween season.

    Even with Legends of the Dark concluding this weekend at Central Michigan University, there are still several local events from teens, families and friends alike.

    The famous Terror on 27 haunted house, located at 8691 South Bagley Road in Ashley, is open every Friday and Saturday from 7:30 p.

  7. Red Lobster presented Mary Lynes, General Manager of the Red Lobster located in M. Pleasant, with the company's top honor - the Lighthouse Club Award. This prestigious award, which has been an integral part of the company's culture for over 20 years, is presented annually to General Managers throughout North America.

  8. Pure Pro Wrestling has announced an event scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 4, at the Community Center located at 10820 Pine St. in Sumner. The event will begin at 7 p.m. and doors open at 6 o'clock.

    This action-packed night of family-friendly fun will boast WWE-style bouts featuring top independent pro-wrestling talent from across the country.

  9. As she painted a picture in front of about 15 eager students, nationally known artist and teacher Vienna Szabo provided a running commentary at the Alma Library Saturday.

    The subject was color and in addition to paints and chalk, Szabo used some humor as well.

    She told of the art she created on the walls of her home and about the time she invited others to participate in creating their own artistic ideas on those walls too.

  10. The Mt Pleasant Rotary Club has announced the Students of the Month for October.

    These recipients receive this award from left to right are: Nick Freeze (Beal City), Rowan Fitzpatrick (Sacred Heart), Jack O'Brien (Mt Pleasant High School), Sarah Zhao (Mt Pleasant High School).

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