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Knox school board names new coach, principal

April 22, 2014

KNOX — 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.

Drug disposal drive

April 22, 2014

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.

To find out more pick up a copy of today's Pilot News, or subscribe and don't miss out!

Culver Elementary Recycles

April 22, 2014

CULVER — 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!

Easter Egg hunts scheduled this weekend

April 18, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — 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 awards bids for street repairs

April 18, 2014

PLYMOUTH — 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 school board interviews four for board vacancy

April 18, 2014

PLYMOUTH — 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.

Sentences handed out in two meth manufacturing cases

April 18, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Two men from Plymouth were given prison sentences in court Thursday, including one who has been referred to as "notorious" by the local prosecutor.

Read about their sentencing and details of the investigation that led to the convictions in today's Pilot News.

Pence tours Zentis headquarters in Germany

April 16, 2014

GERMANY — Indiana Governor Mike Pence spent Tuesday at Zentis observing their worker training programs. Zentis operates a plant in Plymouth.

The Wednesday, April 16th edition of the Pilot News carries the complete story.

Contracts awarded by Plymouth, County for Metronet

April 16, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — Two contractors will take on the Metronet project, one for the City of Plymouth and the second one for the county.

Find out who got the nod from the councils and the price tag for the project in today's Pilot News.

State releases teacher effectiveness ratings

April 15, 2014

MARSHALL COUNTY — The Indiana Department of Education released its report of the measure of teacher effectiveness based on the required review process which was mandated to begin this year.

Find out how local schools fared and how many teachers are ranked at the bottom end of the chart in today's Pilot News.

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ELKHART — It was hard to find something not to like in Plymouth’s opening game of the 2014 NLC...
BREMEN — Bremen’s Morgan Smith has signed a letter of intent to attend Indiana Wesleyan University...
Monday, April 21 Bremen softball vs Glenn 5 p.m. Bremen girls tennis at New Prairie 5 p.m. Bremen...

 

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