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February 7th, 2014
PLYMOUTH â€” Superintendent Dan Tyree just advised parents that Plymouth Schools will close today for "various reasons related to the cold."
Bremen is also closed today.
Argos, Culver, John Glenn, LaVille and Triton have all posted a two-hour delay.
MARSHALL COUNTY/PLYMOUTH â€” Local CVS stores and those nationwide willstop selling tobacco products this year.
Local reaction is mixed. Read today's Pilot News to find out more.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Indiana State Police and Marshall County Police arrested five people on meth related charges Tuesday and Wednesday.
See today's Pilot News for more on these arrests.
PLYMOUTH â€” On Tuesday, Plymouth Community School Board members approved four new positions for the district at a cost of about $77,000.
Find out more in today's Pilot News.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” The Emergency Declaration including the â€śWarning Levelâ€ť travel advisory issued on Feb. 4th will no longer be in effect for the roads in the unincorporated areas of the county, and the Town of Culver, beginning at 4:00 p.m today.
MARSHALL COUNTY/PLYMOUTH â€”Due to hazardous road conditions, delivery of the Pilot News is expected to be delayed.
PLYMOUTH â€” The following statement was provided by St. Joseph Regional Medical Center regarding expected closures for Wednesday.
All outpatient facilities at Saint Joseph Physician Network Offices in Marshall County will be closed today, Wednesday, February 5th, until noon due to weather conditions. All inpatient and emergency services will remain available. Marshall County offices that are closed until noon include:
Â· Bourbon Family Medicine
Â· Bremen Family Medicine
Â· Lake Shore Clinic
Â· Marshall County Cardiology Specialists
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” County offices and courts are closed today.
The following schools are listed as being for today, as of 7:16 a.m. as reported:
Wa-Nee School district
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” The 'Warning' level travel advisory remains in place, at least through the morning, according to an advisory posted at 6 a.m. by Marshall County Emergency Management.
A warning level advisory means travel is prohibited except for certain occupations that relate to utilities and emergency workers,among others.