Archive - 2011 - News Article
Discussion among members of Culver's town council regarding last week's local election results ranged from praise for departing fellow members and Culver's clerk treasurer, who will be replaced starting in January, to decrying the controversial approach taken to political campaigning here during recent weeks.
Early holiday shoppers, rejoice! This weekend is packed full of Christmas-themed shopping opportunities. See below for more information.
â€¢ The Lakeville United Methodist Church, 610 N. Michigan St., will be hosting a bazaar and bake sale from 2 to 7 p.m Thursday. Crafts, blankets, and Christmas items will be available. If you have any questions please call 574-784-8873.
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See a new pet available for adoption from the Marshall County Humane Society each week. This feature is under "Entertainment" and "Photo of the Week."
This week, local businesses owners and employees share their thoughts on keeping dollars in the community. See the video section or view on the Pilot News Facebook page.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety voted unanimously to move paramedic Erik Cox to full-time status with the Plymouth Department. Seeking the status change was Fire Chief Andy Metsker, who said Coxâ€™s record of service has been well documented and there have been continual updates during his time with the department.
Cox was hired in February of this year; but had been volunteering in the Department since 2003.
KNOX â€” It was 1945 when Viola (Hawman) Serrano, who now resides in Knox, first got her pilotâ€™s license. She was 17 years old, and a presentation by the Civil Air Patrol at her Michigan high school piqued her curiosity.
Serrano, now 83, is losing her memory â€” but one thing she does remember is how to fly a plane. Serrano navigated a flight out of the Fulton County Airport last Friday with her daughter, Mirna Dault, in tow.
PLYMOUTH â€” Brieanna Slonaker, 11, of Plymouth, has spent a lot of time at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis since she was diagnosed with Crohnâ€™s disease in 2005. The disease that causes chronic fatigue and inability to digest food keeps Brieanna in the hospital quite a bit. Fortunately, said mom Cindy Slonaker, the arts and crafts available for children at Rileyâ€™s help keep Brieannaâ€™s spirits up.
The new and improved bridge on 13th Road, connecting State Road 17 and Highway 31, was completed last week. The bridge is now open to traffic.
The Cancer Association of Marshall County held their annual board meeting Oct. 25. The group began assisting cancer patients within the county in 1962. Funding began with monies from the estates of Welcome R. Ebersole, Grace Moslander, and Roy Hawk. The Zeta Zeta Chapter of Delta Theta Tau implemented the program by providing transportation to cancer patients and providing financial assistance to patient for the purchase of drugs related to cancer care. Funds to provide transportation are not utilized as often since local hospitals are conveniently located.