Four New Faces – A Look at Mount Pleasant’s Incoming Councilmen

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Bob Brimmer Until 2015, Bob Brimmer showed little interest in the political arena, choosing instead to get involved in his adopted hometown by donating his time and talent in a variety of appointed positions. His decision to place his name on the crowded Council ballot was based on his belief that he could do more to make Mount Pleasant a better place to live, work and … [Read more...]

Groceries and Good Causes – Your Local Publix Supermarket

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Ask a few locals who shop at any of the three Publix supermarkets East of the Cooper what’s the best thing about that experience, and you’ll likely get as many answers as there are people in that group. Is it the produce? The bakery? The meats and poultry? The cheerful, helpful staff? While every shopper may have a favorite aspect of Publix, all would probably agree about … [Read more...]

Bringing History to Life: Mount Pleasant Teacher Receives National Award

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The walls are adorned with military uniforms that haven’t been worn in decades or longer. Flags representing units that once served proudly in the Army or Marines hang from above. The shelves are littered with memorabilia from America’s past, some of it dating back to the Civil War – a grenade, ammunition, paper money, posters, shoes and lots of books and photographs. One wall … [Read more...]

Mac Burdette – A Career of Caring

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No one understands Mount Pleasant’s growing pains better than former town administrator, Mac Burdette. Burdette arrived in Mount Pleasant in 1986, the third person to assume this position in five years. For the next twenty-five years, he was involved in the day-to-day operation of Mount Pleasant. The population, 23,000 when he got here, had triped by the time he … [Read more...]