Week in Review

Staff Writer

Quissell crowned Blueberry Queen

Pretty ball gowns and sparkling tiaras marked the evening for the 2015 Marshall County Blueberry Scholarship Pageant at the Argos High School Auditorium on June 27.

Making a dash, Cow Bell Dash that is, for the 4-H Beef group

You’ve heard of running for the bulls before.

Budget, TIF and software topics of Plan Commission

The Plan Commission got down to business discussing numbers at their most recent meeting.

Countdown to Kindergarten program underway at Jefferson

The Countdown to Kindergarten program initiated by United Way has given a number of children entering kindergarten in the fall a “jump start”.

Superheroes at the market

Kids visiting the Plymouth Farmers Market Saturday, June 27, got a chance to be a superhero for the day — or at least wear a mask like one.

Independence Day celebrations around Marshall County

As parades and celebrations across the country blast various versions of “Stars and Stripes Forever” or “The Star Spangled Banner”, Marshall County will have its own July 4th celebrations.

The Wooden Peel takes top honors

By a slim margin, Bremen’s The Wooden Peel was voted the best pizza in northern Indiana.

‘Brake the Cycle’ event a big success

The annual Brake the Cycle of Violence benefit and motorcycle ride for the Heminger House went off without a hitch Saturday.

The ‘spring’ sign moves down the road

Traditions are what hold us together and create a sense of community in an area.

Coffee with a Cop

Offering a relaxed and inviting atmosphere John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones office sponsors Coffee with a Cop the last Friday of each month.

Fireworks safety tips

As pretty as they are dangerous, everyone handling fireworks this year needs to keep a few pointers in mind for the upcoming holiday.

AES named recipient of President’s Education Award

The U.S. Department of Education has named Argos Elementary School as one of the recipients of the 2015 President’s Education Awards Program.

Rodeo makes a visit to Argos

Ropin’, ridin’, and wrastlin’ bulls and more will be on full display at the Marshall County Fairgrounds in Argos on July 4.

First United Methodist Church Building is 100 years old 1915 - 2015

We’re having a celebration and the public, members and former members are invited to celebrate the 100th birthday of the First United Methodist Church building situated at 400 N. Michigan St.

Stories of the Ordinary

Saturday June 27, the work of over 20 artists belonging to The Northern Indiana Artists group was displayed at MoonTree Studios in Donaldson.

History of Argos

School may be out for summer, but class was in session at the Argos public library June 30.

Encore brings ‘Blackbeard’ to the stage two nights

Crabs, beach bums, sailors, crocodiles, mermaids, seaweed creatures, parrots and beards…lots of bearded characters took over the Menominee Elementary School Friday and Saturday nights.

Yellow River Watershed project keeps moving forward

Things are chugging along on the Yellow River Watershed project, according to Senior Staff Scientist at Cardno, Matthew Linn.

New laws affect drivers, teens

Many new laws went into effect July 1 ranging from the lawful ownership of sawed off shotguns to being pulled over by the police for driving slow in the left lane of traffic.

Learning the law at summer camp

An opportunity to experience summer camp and be instilled with leadership opportunities came to 12 lucky Marshall County kids over the weekend.

Throwback Thursday mystery photo explained

Every week, The Pilot News publishes a mystery photo on page A4 for “Throwback Thursday”.

Alex’s Lemonade and Applebee’s for a cause

Sour lemons and sweet sugar combine to make a great drink that is iconically tied to summer.

Ice cream and history at Inwood United Methodist Church social

United Methodist Church in Inwood held its annual Ice Cream Social Saturday.