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November 18th, 2013
BOURBON â€“ The determination that a building is unsafe and dilapidated sparked debate at a recent town council meeting.
Find out more in today's edition of The Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” The National Weather Service is advising of the potential for a significant severe weather event in or near Marshall County on Sunday, Nov. 17. The largest threats from these storms will be high Winds and a moderate potential for tornadoes and hail.
The first signs of severe weather could be seen as early as 10 a.m with the threat diminishing after 8 p.m.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth High School students are learning about forestry and helping the city, after spending time with the chairperson of the Urban Forestry and Flower Committee.
Find out more about this school - city partnership and the work being done in the field in today's Pilot News.
LAPAZ â€” A member of the Town Council took the oath of office Thursday night and promptly went to work.
Meet the new Councilman in today's Pilot News.
LAPAZ/LAKEVILLE â€” Schools in the Union North United School Corporation remain closed until test results are cleared after a new well pump was put in. Students have lost six days of school.
For additional details, see tomorrow's edition of The Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Marshall County will celebrate the Purdue Extension program this evening at the annual dinner.
Details and photos are coming in the Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Marshall County's health educator has taken a full-time position in another county.
Find out what the Health Board has decided to do in today's edition of The Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Several schools are hosting signings for their student athletes with college recruiters today.
Find out who and where in tomorrow's Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” A company received the go ahead from the Marshall County zoning board to build a power generating plant that will use methane and other gases from a nearby landfill.
For more on the story read today's edition of the Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Two representatives from a local organization advocating for immigration reform presented a petition to the City of Plymouth Monday night.
Find out what the Council's decision was in today's edition of the Pilot News.