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February 17th, 2014
Bourbon â€” A local man and his son are recognized by the Bourbon town council.
Find out why in today's edition of the Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Snow is predicted today, but emergency officials are also watching what happens later this week. Warm-up and possible rainfall may make flooding possible in some portions of the county.
Find out what measures are in place to help residents get through this latest weather related hazard in today's edition of the Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” It may by the Presidents' Day holiday, but school is in session. This is one of the days school districts are using to make up missed snow days.
For more on this story, check out today's Pilot News.
National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Northern Indiana beginning at 11:00am on Monday, February 17, 2014 which will remain in effect until 11:00pm Monday night.
Snow will begin to fall after 1pm with the heaviest snow fall occurring in the afternoon and evening. 3-5 inches of new snow is expected. In addition, winds will be blowing out of the southeast at approximately 10-15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
Roads will become slick and hazardous. Visibility may also be reduced during the heaviest snow.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Emergency Management is warning residents about the potential for flooding caused by the forecasted warm up for the area in the next week.
Here's the information, as provided by Clyde Avery, director of Marshall County Emergency Management:
According to the National Weather Service, a warm up will begin late next week and likely continue into the last week of February. Temperatures could reach into the 40' and 50's.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth Public Library is featuring family movie time at 1 p.m. in the Laramore A Meeting Room.
Parents of children 10 years of age and under must accompany and remain with children.
If desired, bring snacks and drinks from home or purchase them in the library snack room.
For more information check the library website, www.plymouth.lib.in.us, or call the Plymouth Public Library at 936-2324 and press 2 for the Children's Room.
PLYMOUTH â€” The first presentation in the Marshall County Museum's Brown Bag Lunch series was a success. Kurt Garner shared some of the rich history of the Michigan Road. The road stretches from Madison to Michigan City and crosses several major roadways.
Find out more about Michigan Road's history and its impact on Marshall County in Saturday's Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” The frost line, the level of soil frozen solid in the ground, has reached depths not normally seen. In areas around Marshall County that level has reached three feet or more. Some communities have been asked to leave their water run at a pencil thin stream in order to keep water lines from freezing.
Find out if this impacts you in Saturday's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Marshall County Museum Brown Bag Lunch Series will kick off with Kurt Garner, local architect and president of Wythougan Valley Preservation Council, presenting a program entitled, â€śCoast to Coast in Indiana.â€ť Bring a sack lunch. The Marshall County Museum is located at 123 N. Michigan St., Plymouth. For more information, call at 574-936-2306.
ARGOS â€” An Argos man is in jail after Indiana State Police and Marshall County Probation officials conducted a home visit Wednesday. The new charges are the result of what was found in the home during the visit.
Read more on this story in today's Pilot News.