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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.

Fourth grade math scores not valid

May 13, 2014

PLYMOUTH — The results have been released from the Indiana Department of Education's investigation into violations of ethical test practices. In a statement from Plymouth Community School Corporation, "… the IDOE has invalidated all scores for Menominee 4th Grade Applied Skills Session 1 Math test."
Read more in today's Pilot News.

LaVille school board discuss scores, approve retirements

May 12, 2014

LAPAZ/LAKEVILLE — At Thursday's school board meeting, the results of this year's I-Read scores were discussed, as well as upcoming retirements for several teachers. The scores are lower than last year's, according to school administrators.

Other topics included contracts for technology and participation in a regional alternative school program.

Details on these issues are provided in today's edition of the Pilot News.

Farmer's market opens for season

May 12, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Shoppers and booths a-plenty were the order of the day Saturday, as the Plymouth Farmers Market opened for the season. The market is open every Saturday morning until 11 a.m. at its location in River Park Square.

Volunteers make a difference through Junior Achievement

May 12, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Junior Achievement of Marshall County blitzed Riverside Intermediate School Friday morning with volunteers from the community for lessons in life and career skills, career choices, entrepreneurship and financial literacy.

Students were presented with information followed by hands on activities and question and answer time. Each class, fifth and sixth grade, worked through five different lessons. Students were eager to participate and volunteers were excited about the opportunity.

Severe thunderstorm headed towards Starke, Marshall counties

May 9, 2014

From the National Weather Service and the Marshall County Emergency Management:

STRONG THUNDERSTORMS HEADED TOWARD OUR AREA
ONE HALF INCH DIAMETER HAIL...WIND GUSTS TO 50 MPH...AND FREQUENT
CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING ARE POSSIBLE WITH THIS STORM.

LOCATIONS IN THE PATH OF THIS STORM INCLUDE...
KNOX...
PLYMOUTH...
HAMLET...
KOONTZ LAKE...
TOTO...
WINONA...BREMS AND BASS LAKE...

GUSTY WINDS MAY CAUSE SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS TRASH BINS TO BLOW
AROUND. STAY AWAY FROM HIGH OBJECTS OUTDOORS SUCH AS TREES.

Pilot News Phones Down

May 9, 2014

The Pilot News office phone lines are currently down. We are working on the problem and hope to have them up and running as soon as possible.
If you need to get in contact with us please email news@thepilotnews.com
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Plymouth Chamber of Commerce hosts annual banquet

May 9, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Ninety years of history was celebrated at the annual Plymouth Chamber of Commerce banquet Thursday at Christos' Banquet Center. Awards were bestowed on Susie Reinhold as Chamber "Person of the Year", Christos' Banquet Center as "Business of the Year" and Marshall County Boys & Girls Club as the Chamber's Non-profit of the Year.

More photos in today's edition of the Pilot News.

Woman sentence for role in cooking meth

May 9, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Crystal Bloomfield, 38 of Plymouth, was sentenced on Thursday, May 8 in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine at a rural Argos location. Four years of the sentence was suspended, thus calling for an executed term of 6 years in prison.

Details about Bloomfield's arrest and the sentencing are provided in today's edition of the Pilot News.

BREAKING NEWS: Bremen manufacturer expanding

May 8, 2014

BREMEN – Universal Bearings, LLC, a manufacturer of loose needles and needle bearings, announced plans today to expand its operations here, creating up to 78 new jobs by 2017.

The company, a subsidiary of South Korea-based Hanwha Group, will invest $39.1 million to construct and equip a new 100,000 square-foot building on its 13-acre campus in Bremen. The facility, which will be operational next February, will house the company’s production of needle bearings and induction heat treated products.

A story with additional details will be published in Friday's Pilot News.

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