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REPORT: Indiana’s Business Tax Climate Improves, Ranks 8th Best Nationally - Pilot-News
INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana’s growing national reputation as a state that works for business has received another boost, according to a press release issued Tuesday by a state agency. Indiana ranks 8th overall in the Tax Foundation’s 2015 State Business ...
Town of Culver receives $500k grant towards new water plant - Pilot-News
Call it an early Christmas present for the town of Culver, or a farewell gift for just-departed town manager Dave Schoeff. The town received news late last week through the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) that its bid for a grant for $ ...
Generosity of local photographer rewarded with ‘gift from the entire community’ - Pilot-News
Culver resident, Culver Community High School mom, and frequent photographer of local youth-related events Karen Lee wasn't expecting a request to take a quick couple of student photos one recent afternoon at the CCHS gymnasium. She also wasn't expecting ...
Mediacom’s all-digital upgrade in countdown phase - Pilot-News
KNOX – Mediacom announced today that its North Western Indiana customers will see the first effects of the company’s digital upgrade next week when analog reception is eliminated for a group of popular television channels. Thousands of digital adapters ...
Glenn doesn’t want fun to end as tournament play opens Friday - Pilot-News
MISHAWAKA — As sectional play opens around the state this Friday, John Glenn’s motivation is simple: The Falcons are having so much fun, they don’t want it to end. “Our seniors especially, they’re scared to lose,” said Glenn coach Dave Sharpe.
Governor Mike Pence declares Oct. 22 SmileSafe™ Day in Indiana - Pilot-News
Gov. Mike Pence has issued a proclamation declaring Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, SmileSafe Day in Indiana. This day of recognition celebrates the partnership between Lifetouch and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in providing SmileSafe ...
Mary A. “Mammie” Sester - Pilot-News
WALKERTON- Mary Alice “Mammie” Sester, 92, passed away Wednesday, October 15, 2014 in St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, Plymouth, IN. Mary was born Dec. 31, 1921 in Prestonberg, Kent. to Alan and Maude (Helton) Hale. She was married to Roscoe Jackson ...
Results 10-17 - Pilot-News
Josiah Osborn scored twice and assisted on another goal, and Argos beat Peru 3-0 in the semifinal round at the Peru Boys Soccer Rectional Thursday night. Osborn opened the scoring on an Aaron Dowdle assist in the 20th minute. Damon Binkley tallied another ...
New book on Vonnegut house restoration offers “vagabond’s”perspective - Pilot-News
Local readers can add a new book to the pantheon dedicated to some aspect of Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee, and/or its history, though this one differs noticeably from most. "Renovating Vonnegut" intertwines the story of the renovation of one of the lake's ...
Auburn L. ‘Sonny’ Balser - Pilot-News
PLYMOUTH — Sonny (Auburn) Balser, 70, lost his courageous battle with cancer on Friday, Oct. 17, 2014 at 6:01 p.m. with his loving family by his side. Born on May 1, 1944 in Charleston, W.Va., Sonny was the son of Lestel G. and Galdys P. (Hopper) Balser.
Common Council, 10/13 - Pilot-News
Ordinance No. 2014-2082R, An Ordinance to Amend the Code of Ordinances of the City of Plymouth Concerning Removal of Remaining Code References to the Water Works Board of Trustees and the Sanitary Board of Trustees and to Replace and Amend Presently ...
Glenn’s dynamic duo; Combes, Dodson having memorable senior seasons - Pilot-News
WALKERTON — Zach Combes and Adam Dodson are Glenn’s dynamic duo. The Falcon seniors form arguably the best running back duo in the Northern State Conference, one that is as productive, if not more, than most you’ll find in the entire state of Indiana.
Academies’ first female AD updates on Eagles’ athletics - Pilot-News
When the first female athletic director in Culver Academies' 120-year history was first advised to consider the school as her next professional home, she not only balked, she said, simply, "Absolutely not." Louise Ericson told an audience of Culver Kiwanis ...