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Weekend Graduations

May 29, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — Marshall County high school seniors have been busily preparing for the end of their high school career. Graduation ceremonies are beginning this weekend. To find out which schools will be having their students walk and all the details pick up a copy of today's Pilot.

Congresswoman's staff to hold Plymouth office hours today

May 28, 2014

PLYMOUTH — A member of Congresswoman Jackie Walorski's staff will be holding office hours today, Wednesday in Plymouth to assist constituents with casework and official business.

Residents who cannot attend the listed office hours are encouraged to contact Brian Spaulding at (574) 780-1330 to schedule an appointment.

In Plymouth, congressional staff will be available from 1 - 4 p.m. in the Common Council Chambers (entrance off Garro Street).

Board of Works nixes $3,000 overbilling on roofing project

May 28, 2014

PLYMOUTH — An incorrect calculation and not following procedures caused the Board of Works to deny a new bill for replacing the roof at the Plymouth Police Station. The new bill was more than $3,000 above the original bid.

Details on the miscalculation and other actions are provided in the Pilot News' coverage of this meeting.

City grants economic development designation for plant expansion

May 28, 2014

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Common Council granted an economic revitalization zone around Pregis Innovative Packaging Inc. on Pidco Drive. The designation comes as news of the company's proposed expansion was announced. The company plans to move some company operations to a news facility across from their existing plant, add $2.3 million in equipment upgrades and add 10 jobs.

For more on this story and the other action taken by the Council, see today's Pilot News.

Memorial Day Ceremonies

May 27, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — Argos, Bremen, Culver, Plymouth and other towns took time on Memorial Day to honor those brave men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice for the country. There were parades and various ceremonies featuring 21 gun salutes and taps.
Sgt. E-5 Carlos Arambula, an Army war veteran of Viet Nam, with two Purple Hearts, addressed the crowd at Plymouth's Oak Hill Cemetery in this image. The Plymouth High School Band also participated in the day's activities. See more photos and read the article about the day's events in today's Pilot News.

Marshall County Economic Development Corporation

May 27, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — The Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) launched the Business Expansion and Retention program (BEAR). The program is designed as a collaborative effort between the seven local government partners and the MCEDC using industry standards to assess business needs. The program uses personal interviews to determine what works and what can be improved for business development throughout the county.
More details available in today's Pilot News.

Plymouth Girls Basketball team hosting car wash

May 23, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Members of the Plymouth girls basketball
team will hold a car wash at First Federal Bank in Plymouth
from noon to 3 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday, May 24.

The car wash is a fundraiser for a
summer missions trip to Costa Rica.

Plans detailed for Plymouth's Memorial Day service

May 23, 2014

PLYMOUTH - The Plymouth American Legion, VFW and DAV has announced the speaker for the Memorial Day services in Plymouth. Carlos Arambula, an Army war veteran of Viet Nam, will address the crowd.

Ceremonies begin at 10 a.m. Monday, May 26 at the Marshall County Court House where placement of wreaths will be conducted in memory of fallen veterans followed by a ceremony at the Yellow River on South Michigan Street bridge at 10:30 a.m.

Union-North school board discussing $1 million-plus bond

May 23, 2014

LAPAZ/LAKEVILLE — Plans for a $1.1 million dollar bond were discussed at the Union North United School Corp. board of trustee meeting Thursday. On the list is repairs to sections of the Jr./Sr. High School roof, electrical upgrades and a redesign of the parking lot.

Want to know more? The full story with details is on the front page of the Pilot News today.

Agriculture Industrial zoning proposed

May 23, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — The Marshall County Plan Commission has granted county plan director Ralph Booker the go ahead to talk with residents in the Rentown area near Bremen about creating a new zoning district. The proposed zone would be slated for industries geared towards agriculture use.

For more on this topic and other decisions made Thursday by the commission, check out today's Pilot News.

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