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Kathy Bottorff


There’s a right way to deal with injured, orphaned wildlife

February 18, 2013
There’s a right way to deal with injured, orphaned wildlife

  02/19/13 Wildlife biologists from the Department of Natural Resources are asking the public to help keep Indiana’s wildlife wild. “Rescuing an injured or apparently abandoned baby wild animal may do the opposite of what you seek to accomplish and eventually cause the animal more harm than good,” said Mark Reiter, director of the...
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M.C. Reading Council’s Books for Babies Program

February 18, 2013
M.C. Reading Council’s Books for Babies Program

  02/19/13 During the month of February, the Marshall County Reading Council has partnered with City News and Books in Plymouth to promote the Reading Council’s Books for Babies Program.   Customers who purchase a board book for the program will have their name put into a drawing for a $25 gift certificate to...
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Mary Bottorff – 87 – from Plymouth

February 18, 2013
Mary Bottorff – 87 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Six Arrested at Country Place Apartments for Meth Labs

February 16, 2013
Six Arrested at Country Place Apartments for Meth Labs

  02/18/13 Friday afternoon just before 2 Plymouth police officers were dispatched to the Country Place Apartments in reference to Tyler Byers violating a “No Trespass Order” for the property.  He was seen going into apartment number 24. Corporal Ray West and K9 Officer John Weir responded to the complaint and as they approached...
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Davis Arrested for Battery with a Baseball Bat

February 16, 2013
Davis Arrested for Battery with a Baseball Bat

   02/18/13 49 year old Scott Davis of Pearl Street in Plymouth was arrested Thursday afternoon following an alleged battery at him home. Plymouth police were dispatched to 707 Pearl Street for a fight at 12:54. When they arrived they found 55 year old Billy Bates of Plymouth with a large wound to the...
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Comissioners Meeting Monday Morning

February 16, 2013
Comissioners Meeting Monday Morning

  02/18/13 The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 9:30 a.m. in their second floor meeting room of the County Building.  Agenda items include Mike Miley from Gibson Insurance for the policy renewal, a consultant contract presented by Assessor Debbie Dunning and the Auditor’s report.  Also scheduled in a GIS data request...
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Burglary on Plymouth LaPorte Trail & DWS

February 16, 2013
Burglary on Plymouth LaPorte Trail & DWS

02/18/13 Marshall County Police are investigating an alleged burglary that happened Monday, February 11th in the 3,000 block of Plymouth LaPorte Trail.  The homeowner called about 4 p.m. and reported that someone made entry into the residence stealing multiple items including assault style rifles.  County officer Jonathan Bryant is investigating this crime.  Anyone with...
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Glaub-Gibb Promoted to Director of Membership Development

February 16, 2013
Glaub-Gibb Promoted to Director of Membership Development

02/18/13  Ryan Jessen, President of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce said Friday,  “This year is the third year of the Board of Director’s three-year plan, in which membership is the clear focus.  We have spent the last two years focusing on the operations of the Chamber. We are now financially secure, growing membership at...
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Hazinski Arrested on Warrant for St. Joseph County

February 16, 2013
Hazinski Arrested on Warrant for St. Joseph County

  02/18/13 Thursday night Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman arrested 39 year old Brenda Hazinski at her home, 700 West Garro Street apartment 3.  Hazinski was arrested for a warrant through Saint Joseph County and lodged in the Marshall County Jail until being transferred up north.
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Am.Cancer Daffodil Days in Marshall County

February 15, 2013
Am.Cancer Daffodil Days in Marshall County

  02/18/13 For more than 35 years, the American Cancer Society Daffodil Days® program has been making a difference in the fight against cancer and providing hope for those facing the disease. Although Daffodil Days involves offering daffodils to donors every spring in appreciation for their contributions, it is about more than just giving...
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