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Here are the winner and honorable mentions in the 12 and under category. More than 50 entries were received in this age group.
WINNER: Costume Crisis
BY Jacob Fish
"Arghhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!" Darron yelled, pain rushing through his body.
Here are the entries submitted in the teenage category in the Pilot News' Frightful Tales' contest.
WINNER: The Choices We Make
By David R. Dare
There was only darkness, and a gradually increasing pain. The pain itself had no source and throbbed throughout Jacob's body. Jacob was confused, puzzled by this. He also couldn't remember anything prior to this, only his name, Jacob Winston.
The Pilot News sponsored a Halloween story contest for adults, teens and children 12 and younger. Here are all the entries submitted in the contest.
WINNER: Thorn Street: A Halloween Story
By John W. Vander Velden
An edited version of this story ran in the Pilot News on 10-30. Here is the complete article.
You see them on the highway, city streets, parking lots, businesses, schools, everywhere and they arenâ€™t going anywhere either. They are here within our community all around us to stay.
The Marshall County Commissioners will hold their regular meeting November 3.
Marshall County Commissioners
November 3, 2014
8:30 am Brenda Harper
â€¢ United Way campaign
8:35 am Bart Trester-USI
â€¢ 7th Road update
â€¢ Metronet update
â€¢ Jefferson Street Bridge update
8:45 am Highway Report
9:00 am County Attorney Report â€“Jim Clevenger
9:15 am County Auditor Report
â€¢ Minutes - October 20, 2014
â€¢ November Claims
â€¢ Umbaugh contract
Halloween is the perfect time to have fun, pet owners! Why not let your pet in on the fun with a new costume this season.
INDIANAPOLIS - Ghosts, goblins and monsters will soon walk Indiana neighborhoods in search of candy.
And while Halloween is a time for fun and treats, it's also a night full of dangerous situations.
Kate Carr, president and CEO of the advocacy group Safe Kids Worldwide, says on average, twice as many children are killed on Beggar's Night compared to other times of the year.
She says there are more cars on the road, children are excited and it's dark outside, so parents need to be proactive.
PLYMOUTH â€” A contract outlining a continued arrangement between the city of Plymouth and the Marshall County Blueberry Festival is being negotiated.
Neither side would divulge details about what is being contested by the Blueberry Festival, but an agreement is expected soon. The Blueberry Festival rejected the contract at a board meeting earlier this month.
the current contract on file ends this year. It was a three year contract requiring the festival to pay $31,000 each year in rental fees. The contract also requires the festival to maintain a $5 million insurance coverage policy.
The Downtown Revitalization committee will meet November 5.
CITY OF PLYMOUTH
DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION MEETING
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
_________________________________________________________Plymouth Community Schools___
5:30 P.M. Administration Building
611 Berkley Dr, Plymouth
Call to Order
Minutes of the September 3, 2014 meeting
New downtown ideas
If you are disabled and need special accommodations, please call the ADA Coordinator at 574-936-2948.
The Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals will hold its regular meeting November 5 at 7:30 p.m.
Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals
124 N. Michigan Street, Plymouth, IN (Garro Street entrance)
Date: November 5, 2014
Time: 7:30 p.m.
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Call to Order
Minutes of last regular meeting October 7, 2014