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Montgomery Gentry headlining Blueberry Festival

May 16, 2014

PLYMOUTH — The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is getting into full musical swing with its lineup of acts for the Labor Day holiday weekend.

For their second year with a large concert, opening will be country singer Frankie Ballard, out of Battlecreek Mich. The grand event performance will be by country duo Montgomery Gentry, formerly out of Kentucky.

Tickets went on sale online May 3 for the Aug. 29 concert.

Visitor security system set for Plymouth Schools

May 16, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Visitors entering Plymouth Schools in the fall will likely have to produce a driver’s license or other government issued identification.

Security personnel at the school district are piloting a V-Soft Raptor (commonly known as Raptor) visitor management system at Lincoln Junior High School during the last few weeks of the school year.

Raptor will eventually be installed in every school in the corporation.

For more on this story, check out today's Pilot News.

Texas manufacturing company relocating to South Bend

May 15, 2014

SOUTH BEND – Nello Corporation, Inc., a global designer and fabricator of galvanized steel towers and poles, announced plans today to relocate its Fort Worth, Texas operations to Indiana, creating up to 639 new jobs by 2023.

Today: Documentary film talks about public school funding

May 15, 2014

PLYMOUTH — The public is invited to a free showing of the documentary, Rise Above the Mark, at the Plymouth High School Auditorium on Thursday, May 15 at 7 p.m. Please use North Doors (#5) to enter the building.

The presentation will be moderated by Dr. Rocky Killion, Superintendent, West Lafayette Community School Corporation

According to the film's producers, the purpose of Rise Above the Mark is to educate the general public about the “corporate takeover” of Indiana public schools and what parents, community members and educators can do to protect their local public schools.

Shred for Food event is Saturday

May 15, 2014

PLYMOUTH/ MARSHALL COUNTY — The paper copies of old bills and personal documents pile up in a drawer, a filing cabinet or a box because there are many questions about the safe way to get rid of them.

Fears about identity theft or stolen account information weigh heavy on the mind of many individuals. The Marshall County Realtors Association has a safe way to destroy those documents while helping out local food banks at the same time.

Park department planning children's time capsule for River Square Park

May 15, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Children are encouraged to submit suggestions for items to be included in a time capsule to be buried in River Square Park as part of the opening celebrations next month. Suggestions are due before June 6.

Details are included in today's Pilot News.

Bremen police capture alleged kidnapper

May 15, 2014

BREMEN — According to the press release issued by Bremen Chief of Police Matt Hassel, at 4:45 a.m. Wednesday, Officer Nick Young, of the Bremen Police Department, was on regular patrol in the area of SR 311 and SR 106 in Bremen when he observed a vehicle traveling southbound on SR 331. Young also observed a female passenger hanging out the driver’s side rear window of the vehicle screaming for someone to please help her. It was later determined she and her two-year-old child had been kidnapped from Elkhart by an acquaintance.

Read more on this story in today's Pilot News.

Ancilla Triathlon rescheduled

May 14, 2014

DONALDSON – DONALDSON – The 6th annual Tri Ancilla event was to be held on Saturday, May 17, on the campus grounds of Ancilla College and The Center at Donaldson. However, due to the cool weather forecast for Saturday, the event has been rescheduled for Saturday, Sept. 27.

Marshall Sheriff Department needs funds transferred

May 13, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — The Marshall County Council heard from Sheriff Tom Chamberlin about the inmate health care plan during their regular meeting on Monday morning. The department is using in-house health care to decrease the risks of transporting inmates to another facility.
In addition the council heard from Headsight, Inc of Bremen, the Metronet project and more during the meeting.
Pick up a copy of today's Pilot News for all the details and more county wide articles.

Plymouth's water treatment plant approved for updates

May 13, 2014

PLYMOUTH — The City of Plymouth Board of Works met for their regular meeting last night. Director of Public Works, Rick Gaul updated the board on projects the department has been working on and was granted three right of way requests for work. In addition the water treatment plant will be getting an inspection and renovation soon.
Read all the details and more about the meeting in today's Pilot News.

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