NORTH JUDSON – The Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum (HVRM) is partnering with the Kankakee Valley Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 129 by offering two special train rides this month. The trains will operate on Saturday, Aug. 17 to benefit the FOP’s youth programs.
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What was over 10 feet tall, weighted 4 to 6 tons, lived near Lake Maxinkuckee some 12,000 years ago, and is known as Opal?
BREMEN – Close to $4,000 in scholarship money went to the contestants in the Bremen Distinguished Young Women showcase on Saturday.
PLYMOUTH – A day after police took six people into custody during a warrant sweep of two Plymouth homes Tuesday, officers arrested six additional people on drug charges.
PLYMOUTH — Blueberries in Marshall County announced Paladin Legacy advisory Group (financial advisory practice of ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.) has sponsored one of the three-foot blueberry sculptures that is adding more art to the streets in Plymouth. This new blueberry has been plac…
CULVER -- Cassie Bash is all smiles as she wades in the water at the Culver Public Beach with the Bash family’s beloved collie Serenity during the Marshall County Humane Society fundraiser Saturday “Dash and Splash.”
PLYMOUTH -- About 1,500 people came out Friday to River Park Square in downtown Plymouth for Detroit-area oldies band Magic Bus, which opened the fifth annual Mayor’s Month of Music.
PLYMOUTH – The Mayor’s Month of Music kicks off next Friday – its fifth year – and once again the concert series at River Park Square in downtown is opening with a crowd-favorite band.
PLYMOUTH — The 2019 Hear Festival starts at 2 p.m. today and will conclude at 8 p.m. in River Park Square. There is no cost to enter the festival. Free will donations will be collected.
BASS LAKE — From July 26 to July 28, citizens of Starke County as well as neighboring counties will be able to experience the many activities that the Bass Lake Festival has to offer. Here is the list of just some of the things that are taking place.
CULVER -- Maxinkuckee Players 40th productions, ‘Guys and Dolls’ opens Friday. Adult tickets for opening night only are $10. Tickets for all other performances cost $15 each for adults and $5 each for children 12 and under. Tickets are sold at the door.
PLYMOUTH – The weather cooperated, the beer flowed and the fourth annual Summer Sippin’ Craft Brew Fest is in the books.
The official 2019 Culver Lake Fest tab will be inserted in every Pilot News Group weekly paper (Heartland News, Starke County Leader, and the Culver Citizen) and the Pilot News (daily) this Thursday. Don't forget to pick up your copy.
ARGOS — Fireflies are lighting the ground, fireworks will soon be lighting up the sky to celebrate the 4th of July, and the Marshall County 4-H Fair is just around the corner. The fair will begin on Saturday, July 13, and will conclude on Friday, July 19.
CULVER — Xenia Czifrik, Member of the Heartland Art Gallery, organic farmer, and local artisan offers artists near and far two opportunities to promote their work during the 2019 Culver Lake Festival.
ARGOS – Marshall County sheriff’s deputies arrested a pair of Tennessee men Thursday on allegations they were transporting a variety marijuana products and other drugs.
PLYMOUTH – With the Fourth of July just around the proverbial corner, City of Plymouth officials are reminding residents of the appropriate times to shoot off fireworks.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Livestock shows are a tradition, the Midway offers fun for all ages, and our Heroes in the Heartland are sure to entertain and inspire. But, indulging in fair food is an absolute must when visiting the Great Indiana State Fair. And, once again, with new, wacky recipes and cul…
The Argos Summer Kick Off Festival is in full swing through tonight until the conclusion of the event with the annual Fireworks Show. Meet the Walnut Explorers 4-H Club members and try the hot meats challenge. I tried volcano! It was HOT!
PLYMOUTH — Read about the rising stars of Lincoln Junior High School (LJH) in Monday's Pilot News. Directed by Brandi Brennan, over 150 students participated in the production of © Disney's 'Peter Pan Jr.'. Three shows were sold out Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
National Love a Tree Day is Thursday, May 16. Whether we climbed its branches as children, decorate one for the holidays, carved our names within its bark when we were young and in love, gathered leaves for a science project or simply enjoy the beauty of them ~ let's face it ~ we can't live …
WASHINGTON—St. Dominic’s Sewing Group presented their third quilt on Thursday, May 2 at the Washington Township Volunteer Fire Department bingo night. This group, headed by Judi Meissner, enjoys getting together to sew gifts for people in the area. “Typically, we must make pillowcases and t…
A tree fell on the home of the Geist family just north of Plymouth yesterday. According to a Facebook post there were no injuries but significant damage to the home. It hasn't been confirmed at this time what caused the massive tree to fall.
The NorthWood Color Guard marched with the NHS Red Regiment on Saturday during the Maple Syrup Festival parade. Find photos from the festival in the May 2 edition of Heartland News.
In the history of cinema, there are movies that have broke the mold. Movies that change the landscape of the business. Examples include The Great Train Robbery (1903), Modern Times (1936), Jaws (1975), Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977), and Iron Man (2008). Don’t get me wrong, there …
There's still time to experience this year's Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival. Stop by downtown Wakarusa until 8 p.m. today, or Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. to find booths, activities, carnival food and games, and more for the festival; local businesses are also having specials. Pick up a copy…
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