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Kathy Bottorff


“Plymouth’s Historic Homes” & “House Detectives” at the Museum

February 6, 2013
“Plymouth’s Historic Homes” & “House Detectives” at the Museum

  02/07/13 Have you ever driven down the streets of Plymouth and wondered about an old house sitting there?  It’s old, but how old and who built it?  What about your own house, do you know its history?   If you have had some of these thoughts then maybe you should consider attending a FREE...
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The Marshall County Museum will be celebrating the 103rd anniversary of Boy Scouts this Saturday

February 6, 2013
The Marshall County Museum will be celebrating the 103rd anniversary of Boy Scouts this Saturday

 02/07/13 Marshall County Museum –To celebrate this week’s 103rd anniversary of the Boy Scouts, Clarence Shively, local Boy Scout historian, will be giving tours of the recently created display in the “Boy Scout Room” at the Marshall County Museum from 10 AM – 2PM this Saturday, February 9th. He is the Assistant Scout Master...
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Plymouth Police Reports

February 6, 2013
Plymouth Police Reports

 02/07/13 On Tuesday, February 5th at 8:46 in the evening 18 year old Molly Margaret Rose Thomas and 20 year old Marie Catherine LaValle both of Plymouth were arrested at the Plymouth Wal-Mart for theft.    Officer Shanna Gilmer responded to the call and booked both subjects in the Marshall County Jail on $1505 cash...
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Plymouth Schools Hire Consultant for Safety Procedures Audit

February 6, 2013
Plymouth Schools Hire Consultant for Safety Procedures Audit

  02/07/13 During a meeting on February 5, the Plymouth School Board approved entering into a contract with Safety Consultant David Rambo. Rambo will audit the safety procedures and policies at each building in the Plymouth Corporation over a three-day period. According to Superintendent Daniel Tyree, Rambo will then make suggestions on how safety...
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Update on Ally Rospopo’s Senior Project, Raising a Leader Dog Puppy

February 6, 2013
Update on Ally Rospopo’s Senior Project, Raising a Leader Dog Puppy

  02/07/13 When an Argos senior graduates, this is usually the completion of his or her senior project, but for me the journey continued. I raised a Leader Dog for the blind throughout my senior year.  Mileigh went through the journey of senior year just like any student at Argos High School. She even...
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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS INVESTIGATING TYPHOID FEVER CASE AT PURDUE UNIVERSITY

February 6, 2013
STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS INVESTIGATING TYPHOID FEVER CASE AT PURDUE UNIVERSITY

  02/07/13  State health officials announced this week a positive case of typhoid fever in a food handler at Purdue University. Local health officials and Purdue University are working with the Indiana State Department of Health to investigate the case and assess the risk to the public. Anyone who ate at the Boiler Bistro,...
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Park Board Considers Acqusition of 4.8 Acres on Plymouth Goshen Trail

February 5, 2013
Park Board Considers Acqusition of 4.8 Acres on Plymouth Goshen Trail

  02/06/13 With the Keith Bope property on Plymouth Goshen Trail up for sale by owner the City Park Board is exploring the possibility of acquiring the acreage.   Monday night Park Board President Dave Morrow said, “It would be a natural direction for us to expand if we ever decided to.”   Park...
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Mayor Senter Announces Launch of City’s New Website

February 5, 2013
Mayor Senter Announces Launch of City’s New Website

  02/06/13 Tuesday afternoon Mayor Mark Senter announced the launch of the city’s new website.  Improvements to the city’s website were one of the Mayor’s platforms for re-election and he had budgeted $8,000 for the project. The new and improved website that was launched on February 1st.  Working with DC Tech of Plymouth and...
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Hacienda Rumor More Than a Rumor

February 5, 2013
Hacienda Rumor More Than a Rumor

  02/06/13 Anyone in the mood for chips and salsa from Hacienda? Well, it’s looking like you won’t have to drive to South Bend or Warsaw in the near future. Last Friday rumors started circulating around town that Hacienda had filed for an alcohol permit for Plymouth.  According to local Alcohol Board member, Maria...
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Rep. Harman authors legislation to aid police officers, firefighters

February 5, 2013
Rep. Harman authors legislation to aid police officers, firefighters

  02/06/13 State Representative Tim Harman (R-Bremen) authored legislation that addresses the 1977 Police Officers’ and Firefighters’ Pension and Disability Fund (1977 Fund). The bill, House Bill (HB) 1561, removes the requirement for members of the fund to reapply for membership after transferring to another job. HB 1561 passed out of the House with...
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