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February 26th, 2014
LAKEVILLE â€” LaVille Earth Club has plans to use a grant towards making improvements around the school. The high school students, community, and area organizations will be working together beginning this spring.
Find out how the club earned the grant, what they are doing with it, and who's helping in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€“ Mayor Mark Senter updated the Common Council, the City Clerk Treasurer, members of the media, and citizens of Plymouth in his State of the City Address. The address took place Feb. 24 at the City Council Meeting.
Find out what Mayor Senter had to say in the Pilot News today!
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Senate Bill 101 moves forward through legislature. The bill, commonly referred to as the Farm Bill, will have a major impact on local farmers. Protesters of the bill have called it an "ag-gag" bill. What does it really mean and how does it affect farmers?
Find out in today's Pilot News.
BREMEN â€” The telephones at Bremen schools are not working this morning, according to a post on the schools' Facebook page at about 8:30 a.m. No calls can be received or made.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth police released a report on Monday that says an investigation is continuing in the report of five gunshots at the Economy Inn on Michigan Street Saturday night. No additional details are available at this time.
PLYMOUTH â€” A local woman reports being called by a someone with a telephone number using the 876 area code.
Find out what's wrong with this and how you can avoid being scammed in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” An unknown suspect gained entry into a Plymouth area business overnight Tuesday and stole electronics. The theft was reported at 8 a.m. Wednesday at Dohrn Transfer Company on Lincoln Highway.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” A leak at Culver schools was handled quickly by staff and a Plymouth daycare relocated after rains poured in through the front door, but Marshall County appears to have weathered the rains well. Officials are paying attention to the river levels though.
Complete story in today's Pilot News.
INDIANAPOLIS â€” The Indiana Department of Homeland Security is reminding Hoosiers to be aware of the possibility for strong storms this evening followed by flooding in some areas.
The National Weather Service predicts the storms could contain damaging winds, lightning and periods of moderate to heavy rain. The combination of melting snow, rain, and a deeply frozen ground may cause flooding beginning tonight.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” A flood warning has been issued for Marshall County. The warning is in effect until 8:30 a.m. Friday. A high wind advisory is also in place.