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Cemetery tour planned for tomorrow

May 19, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — A tour of six Michigan Road cemeteries is planned by the Marshall County Genealogical Society with an open invitation to the public.

The event will last from about 5:30-9 p.m. with a progressive picnic in the cemeteries on Marshall County’s section of the Michigan Road: Argos Town Park (Greenslope), Taber, Taylor, Oakhill, Fairmount, and County Line (Mt. Zion).

Drinks (water) and a light five course picnic (finger food) will be served in the various locations.

Storm season upon us

May 19, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — Rain is essential to the growth of spring flowers and green grass. Thunder and lightning are also common sounds and sights during the spring season. Sometimes the storms become severe and lead to threatening high winds and tornadoes. During those dangerous weather times it is important for everyone to be prepared.

The Marshall County Emergency Management Agency, law enforcement agencies and Skywarn Storm Spotters work together with the National Weather Service (NWS) to deliver accurate updated information to citizens.

Blueberry sculptures unveiled

May 19, 2014

PLYMOUTH — The first of the Blueberry Sculptures commissioned by local businesses and organizations were unveiled Saturday at the Plymouth Farmers' Market. The artist-created designs are part of an effort to promote art in the streets. Each blueberry will have a unique design, courtesy of a local artist.

For more on this story, check out today's edition of the Pilot News.

Bremen man dies in motorcycle accident

May 19, 2014

BREMEN - A 39-year-old man died early Sunday morning in a motorcycle accident on SR 331 just east of downtown. The accident occurred at about 4:30 a.m..According tot he Marshall County coroner's office, the motorcycle is believed to have hit several mailboxes in the 2100 block of the roadway.

Read more about the accident in today's edition of the Pilot News.

From the Mayor's Office

May 16, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Mayor Mark Senter declares week of May 18-24 as Emergency Medical Services Week

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES WEEK
Proclamation
MAY 16, 2014

WHEREAS, emergency medical services is a vital public service; and
WHEREAS, the members of emergency medical services teams are ready to provide lifesaving care to those in need 24 hours a day, seven days a week; and
WHEREAS, access to quality emergency care dramatically improves the survival and recovery rate of those who experience sudden illness or injury; and

Montgomery Gentry headlining Blueberry Festival

May 16, 2014

PLYMOUTH — The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is getting into full musical swing with its lineup of acts for the Labor Day holiday weekend.

For their second year with a large concert, opening will be country singer Frankie Ballard, out of Battlecreek Mich. The grand event performance will be by country duo Montgomery Gentry, formerly out of Kentucky.

Tickets went on sale online May 3 for the Aug. 29 concert.

Visitor security system set for Plymouth Schools

May 16, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Visitors entering Plymouth Schools in the fall will likely have to produce a driver’s license or other government issued identification.

Security personnel at the school district are piloting a V-Soft Raptor (commonly known as Raptor) visitor management system at Lincoln Junior High School during the last few weeks of the school year.

Raptor will eventually be installed in every school in the corporation.

For more on this story, check out today's Pilot News.

Texas manufacturing company relocating to South Bend

May 15, 2014

SOUTH BEND – Nello Corporation, Inc., a global designer and fabricator of galvanized steel towers and poles, announced plans today to relocate its Fort Worth, Texas operations to Indiana, creating up to 639 new jobs by 2023.

Today: Documentary film talks about public school funding

May 15, 2014

PLYMOUTH — The public is invited to a free showing of the documentary, Rise Above the Mark, at the Plymouth High School Auditorium on Thursday, May 15 at 7 p.m. Please use North Doors (#5) to enter the building.

The presentation will be moderated by Dr. Rocky Killion, Superintendent, West Lafayette Community School Corporation

According to the film's producers, the purpose of Rise Above the Mark is to educate the general public about the “corporate takeover” of Indiana public schools and what parents, community members and educators can do to protect their local public schools.

Shred for Food event is Saturday

May 15, 2014

PLYMOUTH/ MARSHALL COUNTY — The paper copies of old bills and personal documents pile up in a drawer, a filing cabinet or a box because there are many questions about the safe way to get rid of them.

Fears about identity theft or stolen account information weigh heavy on the mind of many individuals. The Marshall County Realtors Association has a safe way to destroy those documents while helping out local food banks at the same time.

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