Riverside Intermediate School’s Robotic team participated in First LEGO League competition at Kokomo High School on Saturday, Nov. 12. Fifteen schools were represented. The team brought home a trophy for the Best Robot Design.
Jan Weaver was the lucky winner of the grand prize drawing from The Marshall County Senior Expo! Pictured with Jan is Jackie Wright, Executive Director of Marshall County Council on Aging. The Senior Expo was held at The Zone Sports Complex on election day and provided useful, along with fun, i
Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman announced today one count of murder and one count of auto theft was filed against Gauvin M.J. Monaghan, age 18, and Maeson Lee Coffin, age 19. The victim of the murder is alleged to be R.
Election day is tomorrow and Marshall County voters will have 12 vote centers and voters can cast their ballots at any one of the following: Triton High School in Bourbon, United Methodist Church in Argos, the LaPaz Fire Station, the Tyner Community Building, the Tippecanoe Community Building, C
County and State police remained at the scene of what is being reported as a possible homicide in the 15000 block of Lincoln Hwy., Plymouth. Pilot News will update with more details as they are released.
PLYMOUTH – With its performance at the Plymouth High School-hosted Academic Spell Bowl contest Wednesday night, PHS spellers earned a spot in the state finals with a score of 73 – just two spots behind state leader Penn High School's 88 points.
The 37th Annual Fall Children’s Show is taking place this weekend. The Plymouth High School (PHS) Theatre Department will be performing “The Wizard of Oz.” The show is open to the public and is suitable for children of all ages.
Recognized at the Wythougan Valley Preservation Council meeting were the five Marshall County Indiana Bicentennial Barn award recipients. The Indiana Barn Foundation and Bicentennial Barn Committee selected 200 Indiana barns to serve as “Bicentennial Barns” in the state.
Best-selling British novelist Susan Lewis will return to Culver Academies and the community where she set her 2015 novel, No Place to Hide, from Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 for a creative writing residency and public event.