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April 16th, 2014
GERMANY â€” Indiana Governor Mike Pence spent Tuesday at Zentis observing their worker training programs. Zentis operates a plant in Plymouth.
The Wednesday, April 16th edition of the Pilot News carries the complete story.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Two contractors will take on the Metronet project, one for the City of Plymouth and the second one for the county.
Find out who got the nod from the councils and the price tag for the project in today's Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” The Indiana Department of Education released its report of the measure of teacher effectiveness based on the required review process which was mandated to begin this year.
Find out how local schools fared and how many teachers are ranked at the bottom end of the chart in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Meet some of the people at Plymouth Public Library, as National Library week begins.
Subscribe to the Pilot News. Both print and e-edition subscriptions are available. Call 574-936-3101 today.
PLYMOUTH â€” In the course of serving several warrants from Marshall and other counties, five people were arrested last week.
For details on the arrests, see today's Pilot News.
LAKEVILLE/LAPAZ â€” Superintendent Mitch Mawhorter updated school board members Thursday about what it will take to achieve the 1:1 goals for the school district.
Details on the cost as well as other topics discussed at the meeting are included in today's Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” As of 6:18 a.m. Friday, at least two local school systems announced a two-hour delay due to areas of dense fog.
PLYMOUTH â€” Agencies and organizations from one end of the county to the other received grant funds yesterday from the Marshall County Community Foundation.
Read more about these grants in the Thursday, April 10 edition of the Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” An update to the 911 system allows operators to send a text message to a phone number that has disconnected or does not respond.
Find out how this works and why its necessary in today's Pilot News.
BREMEN â€” THIS CORRECTS INFORMATION REPORTED IN THE PILOT NEWS YESTERDAY BASED ON DISPATCH INFORMATION.
Police Chief Matt Hassel told the Bremen Enquirer that the call to the 4000 block of East County Line Road at 3:30 a.m. Wednesday was determined to not have been a homeinvasion.
"A lit candle caught the sofa on fire," Hassel said in an email late yesterday.
Wednesday morning, police and fire were dispatched to the home in what was believedto be a "home invasion", based on scanner reports. Hassel said the fire department was able to ventilate the home without incident.