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December 9th

Prosecutor not seeking re-election

December 9, 2013

MARSHALL COUNTY — Prosecutor David R. Holmes announced he will not seek re-election after four terms.

Story is in today's Pilot News.

Poverty and student achievement?

December 9, 2013

MARSHALL COUNTY — Education experts say there is a link between poverty and student achievement.

Find out how Marshall County school districts cope with this in today's Pilot News.

December 7th

GED registration Dec. 9

December 8, 2013

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Adult Ed is looking for committed students who want to get their GED. This is the last registration for 2013.
Plymouth Adult Ed, which is gearing up for the 2014 TASC test that will be replacing the GED, now has traditional classes, computer based-instructor led classes and online options. The staff wants to make this possible for everyone regardless of where you live or your busy schedule. 

December 6th

John Glenn basketball players spreading holiday cheer

December 6, 2013

WALKERTON - Varsity and Junior Varsity players are suiting up to go shopping with elementary-aged children in the return of the Shop-With-A-Player project.

Find out how you can help in today's Pilot News.

December 5th

Weather system may cause problems

December 5, 2013

NORTHEAST INDIANA — A winter weather system IS expected to make its way to Indiana on Thursday evening, state officials are warning Hoosiers to prepare in advance. Preparations include charging cell phones and other items in case power is interrupted, evaluating whether driving is necessary, taking your time if you decide to drive, and gathering items for your car and home in case they are needed.

Plymouth Schools moving ahead with security cameras

December 5, 2013

PLYMOUTH — Plans to install closed circuit television cameras at Plymouth Schools are moving ahead, with a hefty price tag.

Details are included in today's Pilot News.

Java Trail closes; new opportunity lies ahead

December 5, 2013

PLYMOUTH — The popular coffee shop on La Porte street is closed, but only because owner Jonathon Jones has a new venture in the works.

Read all about it in today's Pilot News.

Shop with a Cop radio auction is Saturday

December 5, 2013

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 in partnership with Plymouth radio station WTCA AM 1050 is going to be having their annual Shop With a Cop auction this Friday, Dec. 6 beginning at 8:21a.m. The auction will take place on the 1050AM radio station.

There are over 400 items up for bid with all proceeds going to the Marshall County Shop With a Cop. Those interested in bidding are encouraged to call the radio station and get their bidder number as early as possible. You may call 574-936-4096 for your number.

For more on this story, pick up tomorrow's copy of the Pilot News.

December 4th

Bounce for Boo benefit

December 4, 2013

PLYMOUTH - The Plymouth High School Football team is sponsoring a benefit for Marcelino Lindner, a young boy who is battling cancer.

Co - sponsor of the event is Plymouth Family Dentistry. "Bounce for Boo" will be held at Menominee Elementary in Plymouth this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Radio station responds to temporary lag time

December 4, 2013

PLYMOUTH — Dead air over the holiday weekend at local radio station WTCA caused rumors to circulate in Marshall County. Station manager Kathy Bottorff discusses what happened in today's Pilot News.

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