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March 3rd, 2014
PLYMOUTH â€” Teams and volunteers came together to support Marshall County's own - Ounce Of Prevention at the annual 'Bowling for Ta-tas' event at Quick Lanes.
Photos and story featured in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Marshall County schools are eligible to receive grant money to implement a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math based curriculum in their schools for the 2014-2015 school year. A five-county region, including Marshall, successfully raised funding commitments to ensure the grants, as was announced Saturday.
Find out more in today's Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” The National Weather Service has kept the wind chill warning issued yesterday in place until 11 a.m. this morning. Bitterly cold conditions continue, followed by snow accumulations later this weekend.
High pressure centered over Michigan overnight has allowed temperatures to fall below zero over much of the area with calm winds. As the high moves east this morning, winds will gradually increase, causing wind chills to fall to around 10 degrees below zero. With the expected temperature rise, the wind chill advisory is not expected to continue.
PLYMOUTH â€” A company's plans to build an asphalt and concrete plant on property adjacent to a couple of subdivisions has prompted the residents to organize. Find out why they are opposed and what they are doing about it in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Hearings on the state's proposed education standards was held in Plymouth Wednesday, one of only three cities in the state. Find out what local educators think about the state's plan to substitute the federal Common Core standards with the state's version in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” What does a sunflower seed have to do with a nonprofit?
Find out in today's Pilot News how a new nonprofit organization will grow benefits for members of the community.
PLYMOUTH â€” Area law enforcement officers and the Marshall County Drug and Tobacco Free Indiana held a meeting to discuss the new and innovative methods of drug use around the county.
Find out the who was there and about the updates in today's Pilot News.
LAKEVILLE â€” LaVille Earth Club has plans to use a grant towards making improvements around the school. The high school students, community, and area organizations will be working together beginning this spring.
Find out how the club earned the grant, what they are doing with it, and who's helping in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€“ Mayor Mark Senter updated the Common Council, the City Clerk Treasurer, members of the media, and citizens of Plymouth in his State of the City Address. The address took place Feb. 24 at the City Council Meeting.
Find out what Mayor Senter had to say in the Pilot News today!
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Senate Bill 101 moves forward through legislature. The bill, commonly referred to as the Farm Bill, will have a major impact on local farmers. Protesters of the bill have called it an "ag-gag" bill. What does it really mean and how does it affect farmers?
Find out in today's Pilot News.