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April 4th, 2014
PLYMOUTH â€” A news director for the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce was announced yesterday.
Find out who in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Don Balka, a mathematics professor at St. Mary's College and a resident of Lapaz, is this year's recipient of this award given out by the Boy Scouts.
Read about his achievements and who else was honored at last night's event in today's Pilot News.
ARGOS â€” A man was arrested Sunday at the McDonald's/BP Gas Station after he discharged a 9 mm pistol in the men's restroom.
Complete report is featured in the Wednesday, April 2 edition of the Pilot News.
WALKERTON â€” General Obligation bonds totaling almost $1million will be used for repairs and improvements by the John Glenn School Corp. To pay for this, the debt service tax will go up about 5 cents.
See the complete story in today's Pilot News.
A public hearing for local annexation plans drew a large crowd Monday evening. One long-term goal as part of the annexation proposal would be to discourage the new development of farmland and encourage commercial development.
Find out more details about where this is happening and what all was discussed in today's Pilot News.
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A new business received approval for the personal property tax abatement. Five local companies received recognition for contributing significant capital to expansions over the past year. A second "shovel ready" site is in the works for the county. A local Boy Scout received congratulations from local officials.
Read all the latest happenings of the Plymouth Common Council meeting in today's Pilot News.
ARGOS â€” There are kids aplenty at the Richard's farm in Argos. Find out about what it takes to raise and care for a pygmy goat in today's Pilot News.
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PLYMOUTH â€” Among the items being considered by the Plymouth Community Schools Corp. board of Trustees tomorrow night is the expected resignation of one of the board. The identity is not being shared at this point.
For more on tomorrow's board meeting, see today's Pilot News. Complete coverage of Tuesday's meeting will be published in Wednesday's Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Revised EPA regulations governing coal fueled power plants will cost power companies more money.
Details on the regulations and why it will impact the cost of electricity is included in today's Pilot News.