Archive - 2013 - Latest News
PLYMOUTH â€” The mobile food pantry will be in Plymouth at the National Guard Armory from 10 a.m. - noon.
BOURBON â€” Two foreign exchange students are a long way from their home and traditions this holiday. They share their culture and thoughts in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” A shopping cart designed to accommodate children with special needs is now available at Martin's locations, including the one in Plymouth.
Details about how this will affect local families is included in the story in today's Pilot News.
WALKERTON â€” School board members approved contracts for several administrative positions, but Superintendent Richard Reese's contract will not be addressed until the next time the board meets.
Find out the details in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Auxiliary of
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center -
Plymouth held a Tree Lighting Ceremony
in honor of loved ones.
Community members were invited to
donate $2 for an angel ornament representing
a loved one to be displayed
on the Tree of Life in the main lobby of
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Centerâ€™s
Proceeds from The Tree of Life will be
distributed by SJRMCâ€™s Auxiliary toward
the work and service provided by the
President of SJRMC - Plymouth Campus
Loretta Schmidt shared a few words recognizing
the less fortunate, those overseas
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Marshall County Commissioners approved an application of a property owner in the Lake of the Woods to raise goats on his property as a 4-H project for his children. The property had previously been zoned for agricultural use.
More on this story is featured in today's Pilot News.
WALKERTON â€” The John Glenn School board will meet this evening at North Liberty Elementary School. One of the items on the agenda is Superintendent Richard Reese's contract, which includes a $10,000 raise. Public comments on the contract renewal are provided by state statute.
Coverage of the school board meeting will be in tomorrow's Pilot News.
FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE -- Periods of snow will continue throughout the day as a series of disturbances move through the region. The snow will be heavy at times through early afternoon before slowly tapering off.
Total storm accumulations by early this evening are expected to range from 6-9 inches across the area.
Those traveling today should monitor local road conditions and be prepared to allow extra time to reach your destination.
Send pictures of your Marshall County snow experiences to email@example.com.
PLYMOUTH â€” Travis Howell will serve 15 years in prison on the charge of manufacturing methamphetamine and an additional year on an intimidation charge. The sentence was delivered Thursday in Superior Court.
For more on this story, read tomorrow's edition of The Pilot News.
WARSAWâ€” In a press release issued today, Kosciusko County authorities have released the name for the human remains found earlier this year in a wooded area on County Road 175 south of Warsaw.
"After an extensive investigation completed by the members of the Kosciusko County Coronerâ€™s Office, it has been concluded that the human remains are that of Aurora M. Shoemaker, whom had been reportedly missing since Aug. 16, 2012," said County Coroner Michael Wilson in the press release.