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March 20th, 2014
PLYMOUTH â€” Enforcement of Plymouth's ordinances is now the authority of the Plymouth Police, according to a release from Mayor Mark Senter.
Details on the transition are in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Marshall County Superior Court Judge Robert Bowen handed out sentences Wednesday to a Plymouth man charged with manufacturing meth across the street from a school and a Plymouth woman who conspired to manufacture meth at a Plymouth area motel.
Read about the sentences and the cases in the Thursday, March 20 edition of the Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Marshall County Farm Bureau hosted their annual luncheon Wednesday, with US Senator Dan Coats in attendance.
For more on the story, check out today's Pilot News.
ARGOS â€” Three volunteer firemen, two from Argos and one from Tippecanoe, were awarded the prestigious "Medal of Valor" from the Indiana State Fire Marshal's office Wednesday evening.
Find out more about these heroes in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Care and Share held its annual dinner Tuesday and celebrated 10 years of service to the community.
Photos and story are featured in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” A former employee who voluntarily left her job with the Sheriff's Department has filed a suit alleging violation of the Americans with Disability Act.
Find out more about this story in today's Pilot News.
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PLYMOUTH â€” Marshall County's Technical Review Committee discussed Irving Materials, Inc. plans to build an asphalt plant on property they currently own and operate as a gravel pit. To do so, IMI has to fill a 7.5 acre lake on the property.
Read more about these plans which are stirring up controversy with nearby residents in today's Pilot News.
LAPAZ/LAKEVILLE â€” What's in place and what is to come was the report provided to the Union North United School Corporation Board of Trustees in reference to the district's computer access and technology.
Details on the current status and future progress is included in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Marshall County Economic Development Corp. ended the search for an executive director by naming Jerry Chavez to the position.
He will start in early April.
Find out about Chavez's background in today's Pilot News.
MISHAWAKA â€“ Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) asks for the community's prayers for one of its physicians and his family.
While hiking near Vail, Colo., on Friday morning, Dr. James McGrogan was separated from his companions after he decided to continue on during a break and has not been seen since. Crews from several agencies are searching for McGrogan.
McGrogan joined the SJRMC Medical Staff in February as a partner of Valley Emergency Physicians.