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PLYMOUTH -- The votes are in on the new branding logo for The REES that was established in 1940.

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PLYMOUTH – You can still drop off a new or slightly used coat as part of this year’s Warm Up Marshall County event.

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PLYMOUTH — Plymouth was named the Indiana Chamber of Commerce 2019 Republic airways and LIFT academy Community of the Year. Thursday evening, Mayor Mark Senter and several community leaders were joined by a bus full of community members to the 30th annual awards Dinner held at the Indiana Co…

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KNOX – Common Collabs, a startup manufacturer specializing in cold brew coffee and other consumer packaged goods (CPG) beverages, announced plans recently to establish operations in northwest Indiana, creating up to 80 new jobs over the next few years. 

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LAPAZ – Members of the Indiana Patriot Guard stopped in LaPaz Friday evening, while on their way to take the cremated remains of a veteran to Niles, Mich.

KNOX — A Knox man was being held without bond late Friday after police say he had child pornography in his possession.Indiana State Police troopers arrested 21-year-old Mitchell Patrick on Thursday on two counts of suspicion of possession of child pornography.Cpl. Eric Rot, spokesperson for …

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BREMEN — With a sweet idea for a pumpkin, Bremen BP Bellmart's double-scoop ice cream cone made out of pumpkins won the inaugural Bremen Shopping Plaza pumpkin decorating contest, hosted by H&R Block.

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PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals on Wednesday approved a tattoo studio’s request to move to a new location downtown after water damaged business’s current building.Jamie Fonseca, of Plymouth, owner of Ink Style Studio, 212 N. Michigan St., asked the city’s board of zoning appe…

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NORTH JUDSON — When traveling through downtown North Judson, you’ll probably notice a new colorful addition to the landscape. That’s because local artist Anthony Brooks started work on a new mural Sunday. It’s inspired by a Native American legend. “It’s kind of like the origin of why otters …

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PLYMOUTH – As expected, the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana is calling for widespread snow to move into the Marshall and Starke counties area today and Tuesday.

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PLYMOUTH – Marshall and Starke counties are under a winter weather advisory through this evening, according to the National Weather Service.

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CULVER — “By the Lake” Holiday Bazaar celebrates 20 years in Culver this November. Organizers Connie Overmyer and Lois Curtis are excited about the strength of the event and the continued development of area crafters and artists.

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CULVER — Culver Park Superintendent Amber Cowell welcomes all to a free Thanksgiving celebration Sunday, November 17. The event is open to individuals and families. People of all ages are welcome to partake of free pizza and craft.

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BREMEN -- Grieving the death of a close family member is never easy, but for youth, it can be a troubling and confusing time. This is something that Bremen native, Viki Brown, understands personally. After losing her first husband, Dustin Cullens, in a one-vehicle accident a few years ago, h…

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HAMLET — As the construction season winds down, the Hamlet town council looks forward to next year’s possible projects as funded by the Community Crossings Grant. “The application will be due the end of January. So we need to get everything in order,” explained Clerk-Treasurer Kristina Pitts…

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KNOX — Mayor Dennis Estok accepted a check from the Indiana Department of Transportation’s Community Crossings Road Improvement Program in LaPorte on Oct. 22. The grant was in the amount of $420,034.22 and is for road improvements in the City of Knox.

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PLYMOUTH -- The South Bend School Corp., School City of Mishawaka and North Judson-San Pierre have announced that classes will be cancelled on Tuesday, Nov. 19, for the Red for Ed Action Day at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis. The day of action is to lobby state lawmakers to increase …

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Alumni of Culver class of 1980 are raising money for their 40th class reunion “Blast from the Past” by selling remakes of the Monterey Buckeye Grain Elevator hats for $20 each.

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PLYMOUTH – A Plymouth man charged with nearly two dozen counts of possession of child pornography and five counts of child molestation has agreed to plead guilty in connection with the case.The Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office charged Matthew M. Miley, 35, last November with 23 counts of …

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PLYMOUTH – An arrest warrant has been issued for a man claiming to be an archbishop with the Greek International Orthodox Christian Church and who was arrested in early March for allegedly confining a woman against her will at a Plymouth monastery and battering her.

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ARGOS — Facilitator Jen Shaw leads a grief support group called Grief Share at Parkside Community Church in Argos. The group meets every Tuesday starting at 6 p.m. The church is located at 225 S. Michigan St., Argos. 

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ETNA GREEN – An Etna Green man was being held without bond in the Kosciusko County Jail late Monday after he was arrested for allegedly shooting a man over the weekend in Etna Green.

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PLYMOUTH – The Pilot News sent a questionnaire to all candidates facing a contested race in the November 2019 Plymouth municipal election. The newspaper will run the candidates’ answers in print and online as the candidates submit them and as space allows.

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PLYMOUTH -- The Pilot News sent a questionnaire to all candidates facing a contested race in the November 2019 Plymouth municipal election. The newspaper will run the candidates’ answers in print and online as the candidates submit them and as space allows.

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PLYMOUTH -- The Pilot News sent a questionnaire to all candidates facing a contested race in the November 2019 Plymouth municipal election. The newspaper will run the candidates’ answers in print and online as the candidates submit them and as space allows.

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CULVER – Smoking while an oxygen tank was on is believed to be the reason a fire erupted at a home outside of Culver Friday afternoon, killing a man.

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