The Daily Press The Pilot News | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-10-18T09:30:10-04:00 teacher fired from area schools2014-10-18T09:30:10-04:002014-10-18T08:27:42-04:00Copyright 2010 The Pilot NewsAlthough school officials have declined to name the man, the Elkhart Truth also has a story that a substitute teacher for Penn-Harris-Madison was also fired for the same reason and that the man also worked for PCSC. This news report alleges the man was part of the television news special "Dateline: To Catch a Predator," and that he had been arrested but not convicted.Assistant superintendent Dan Funston said that the substitute had only been working for the schools for the last week or two, but had substituted in multiple buildings in the corporation.Changes to the Plymouth School Corp's background check procedures are being developed.Additional information is available in the front page story in today's Pilot News. Details for a follow up story are in process.Plymouth, INNo author availableSubstitute teacher fired from area schoolsThe Pilot seeking information2014-10-17T16:12:32-04:002014-10-17T16:12:32-04:00Copyright 2010 The Pilot NewsAccording to the police report, Hubert Dulworth stated that an unknown subject had broken into a business that he managed and then attacked him. Dulworth stated that he was then hit on his head and became unconscious. He also informed officers that a large amount of cash was taken.Dulworth was treated at the hospital. During the investigation it was determined that there was an active arrest warrant for Dulworth from Jackson County, Tenn. regarding forgery of checks.Upon release from the hospital Dulworth was incarcerated in the Marshall County Jail with a hold for Jackson County, Tenn.Plymouth, INNo author availablePPD seeking informationThe Pilot bags can be a deadly hazard for pets2014-10-17T15:41:48-04:002014-10-17T12:44:07-04:00Copyright 2010 The Pilot News“I had no idea, I never thought that something like that could happen,” began Bunnie Sullivan.Sullivan lost her beloved German Shepard due to suffocation. The incident took the life of three year old Carson while Sullivan was away.<!--break-->“On August 16 as I was getting around at home I got an emergency phone call about one of my clients (she’s a nurse) and had to leave right away,” said Sullivan. “When I arrived back at home I thought it was strange that Carson didn’t come to greet me at the door with my other dog.”It was only after some searching that Sullivan found Carson laying under a table. He was unresponsive and had his head stuck in a pet food bag. Sullivan always put the food bag away, however, due to the emergency call this time she didn’t.“I felt like I had let him down. I was suppose to protect him,” Sullivan said.Those feelings led Sullivan to reach out and warn others about the dangers of pet suffocation.“I was dumbfounded. It wasn’t something I ever thought about before. Simple things like cutting the bag can help prevent this from happening to someone else,” added Sullivan.Online research led Sullivan to a website all about preventing pet suffocation. The site,, is where Sullivan met Bonnie Harlan. Harlan had lost her dog, Blue, in December of 2011 when he suffocated in a Cheetos bag. “In the summer of 2013 I documented 75 dogs who suffocated, 50 of which were from chip bags,” said Harlan. “In 2014, I have already documented over 50 dogs who have suffocated, again the vast majority in chip bags. When someone loses their beloved dog to pet suffocation, they are devastated and shocked- shocked because the majority have no idea that chip bags and other food packaging like pet food bags, cereal bags and popcorn bags pose suffocation risks to their pets.”The website currently has a petition to Frito-Lay to add suffocation warning labels to their chip bags. It also includes information about how to help prevent pet suffocation. Tips such as cutting up bags, keeping trash can lids tightly fastened and learning pet CPR.There are also links to articles about suffocation risks for pets, Blue’s blog and a special page donated to memorial photos. Harlan is currently working on obtaining a non-profit status for the organization.Plymouth, INDiona Eskew Food bags can be a deadly hazard for petsThe Pilot delay2014-10-17T12:14:31-04:002014-10-17T12:14:31-04:00Copyright 2010 The Pilot NewsPlymouth, INNo author availableDelivery delayThe Pilot County Commissioners meeting, October 202014-10-16T16:12:04-04:002014-10-16T16:12:04-04:00Copyright 2010 The Pilot NewsThe Marshall County Commissioners will hold their regular meeting October 20, 2014.Marshall County CommissionersProposed Agenda – October 20, 20149:30 am Public Hearing – 3B Road vacationOrdinance #2014-109:45 am Chuck DeWitt – Building InspectorQuarterly update10:00 am Highway Report - Laurie Baker10:15 am County Attorney Report – Jim Clevenger10:30 am Auditor ReportMinutes – October 6, 2014October mid-month claimsCommissioner items2015 meeting schedule Public Comments Adjournment Plymouth, INNo author availableMarshall County Commissioners meeting, October 20The Pilot County Drainage Board, October 20 agenda2014-10-16T14:52:00-04:002014-10-16T14:52:00-04:00Copyright 2010 The Pilot NewsMarshall County Drainage BoardOctober 20, 2014Proposed Agenda 8:30am Newcomb-Eisenhour Ditch VanVactor Farms –Re: 1-22-08 Correction 8:40am Miscellaneous Business Minutes September 15, 2014 Other Business ADJOURNMENT Plymouth, INNo author availableMarshall County Drainage Board, October 20 agendaThe Pilot for Ebola? St. Joseph Medical Centers say yes2014-10-16T08:28:47-04:002014-10-16T08:28:16-04:00Copyright 2010 The Pilot NewsIn the release, the hospitals say emergency staff are utilizing the Checklist for Patients Being Evaluated for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in the United States provided to hospitals by the CDC. This protocol is standard for many diseases and is well understood by medical professionals.Infection control professionals from each of the hospitals expressed confidence that proper infection prevention protocols are in place, and are taking appropriate measures to reinforce procedure and policies for personal protective equipment, hospital officials said.Personnel at each area hospital continuously monitor CDC advisories and are in regular contact with each other, and with local and regional public health officials. As new practices and information becomes available, they will be put into place accordingly.Plymouth, INNo author availablePrepared for Ebola? St. Joseph Medical Centers say yesThe Pilot Plymouth Pink Day is tomorrow2014-10-16T07:01:45-04:002014-10-16T07:01:45-04:00Copyright 2010 The Pilot NewsPROCLAMATIONCity of PlymouthTurn Plymouth Pink DayOctober 17, 2014WHEREAS; Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States, other than skin cancer, andWHEREAS; The chance of a woman having invasive breast cancer some time during her life is a little less than 1 in 8. The chance of dying from breast cancer is 1 in 35, andWHEREAS; The National Cancer Institute estimates in the United States more than 200,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year and more than 40,000 people will die, andWHEREAS; Research has shown that taking advantage of early detection methods such as mammography and clinical breast exams could help drop the cancer rate by as much as 30 percent, andWHEREAS: The Oliver Family’s Ounce of Prevention campaign has been a champion in the fight of Breast Cancer in our community.  Their battle against this illness is truly appreciated, andTHEREFORE: I, Mayor Mark Senter, and the City Council Members of Plymouth do hereby proclaim Friday, October 17, 2014 asTurn Plymouth Pink Dayin honor of all of the heroes who have fought the Breast Cancer fight. We encourage all residents to help raise awareness about breast cancer by supporting this proclamation and wearing pink.Mark SenterMayorPlymouth, INNo author availableTurn Plymouth Pink Day is tomorrowThe Pilot Florida State, Notre Dame Preview2014-10-15T13:31:34-04:002014-10-15T13:31:34-04:00Copyright 2010 The Pilot News<script type="text/javascript"async src="" id="_nw2e-js"></script>Plymouth, INNo author availableVIDEO: Florida State, Notre Dame PreviewThe Pilot School Board meeting October 202014-10-15T13:18:04-04:002014-10-15T13:18:03-04:00Copyright 2010 The Pilot NewsArgos Community SchoolsRegular School Board Meeting AgendaMonday, October 20, 2014Place: School Administration Building Time: 7:00 p.m.1. Call to Order Time2. Pledge of Allegiance3. Approval of MinutesA. Executive Session, September 17, 2014B. Public Hearing A, September 17, 2014C. Public Hearing B, September 17, 2014D. Regular Session, September 17, 2014E. Special Meeting, October 7, 2014Motion Second (Discussion) Vote4. Communication From Patrons5. Approve Two Hour Delay for Employee Health Screenings on Friday, January 30, 2015Motion Second (Discussion) Vote6. Approve Disposal and/or Recycling of Obsolete Technology EquipmentMotion Second (Discussion) Vote7. Approve Personnel ChangesA. Employment1. Brian Brockey, JV Boys Basketball Coach2. Kirk Weiss, Varsity Assistant Boys Baseball Coach3. Sonia Williams, Student Data SpecialistMotion Second (Discussion) Vote8. Approve Overnight Field Trip RequestA. Mrs. Delp would like to chaperone a group of Juniors and Seniors to tourVincennes, ISU and USI, November 2-3, 2014Motion Second (Discussion) Vote9. Approve ClaimsMotion Second (Discussion) Vote10. Financial ReportsA. Resolution for the Transfer of Appropriations in CPF FundB. Additional Appropriations /Reduction of AppropriationsC. Support Staff StipendsD. Funding Comparison Report11. Professional Development ReportsA. Erin Eastgate, High Ability Coordinator Fall MeetingB. Sarah Edmonds, Indiana IEP Walkthrough ConferenceC. Melody Avery, CPR Instructors Class12. Superintendent CommentsA. Principal Report for Gr. 7-12B. Principal Report for Gr. K-613. Board Comments14. Adjournment TimePlymouth, INNo author availableArgos School Board meeting October 20No source