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April 23rd, 2014
PLYMOUTH â€” A blood drive for the American Red Cross is set for tomorrow, Thursday, April 24 at the Knights of Columbus in Plymouth.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” A woman who claimed that a friend had borrowed her car and got it stuck on railroad tracks late Monday was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Her car was hit by an eastbound train, but she escaped injury.
This story is featured in today's edition of the Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Mayor's Youth Council is organizing a clean-up effort in downtown Plymouth, including picking up trash along the river. The event is Saturday and the community is invited to take part.
Details on the effort and what you can do to help are included in the article on the front page of the Wednesday, April 23 edition of the Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Whole Foods hosted a garden party at Washington Elementary school Tuesday, in cooperation with the 'Seeds to Salad' project.
Find out more about the project in today's Pilot News.
KNOX â€” On Monday, the Knox School Board made a few personnel changes, appointing Neill Minix as the new girls' varsity basketball coach. and Josh Pugh as middle school principal. Former girls basketball coach Dan Huizenga was not reassigned by the board.
Local law enforcement is helping keep the community safer by taking drugs off the street. The Sheriff's department is doing something different about it. They are working with other agencies to collect drugs.
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CULVER â€” Culver Elementary students will be receiving a reward for their plastic bag recycling efforts. Students not only learned about recycling but also used their math skills to figure out just how much plastic they collected. The students collected a large amount of plastic, to find out just how much check out today's Pilot News!
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Churches and community organizations have scheduled activities for children on Saturday.
A list of some of these is included on the Arts & Entertainment page of today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Sidewalk projects totaling almost $100,000 and road repairs expected to cost about $350,000 were awarded by the Plymouth Board of Works this week.
Details are included in the story in the Friday, April 18 edition of the Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” For local people, all of them parents with children in Plymouth Community Schools, have been interviewed for a vacancy on the school board created when Gary Cook resigned last month to take a job with the school.
Find out who is in consideration for the board in today's Pilot News.