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Kathy Bottorff


USAC National Midget Series to Race Two Nights at Plymouth Speedway

May 28, 2015
USAC National Midget Series to Race Two Nights at Plymouth Speedway

It’s another double header weekend at the Playground of Power this Friday, May 29 and Saturday, May 30 when the drivers in the USAC National Midget Series come to race both days. The event, presented by Honda, will feature the driver with the most wins in the USAC division, Dave Darland.  Not only will he...
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NIPSCO Introduces Power Outage Alerts for Customers

May 28, 2015
NIPSCO Introduces Power Outage Alerts for Customers

Storms and severe weather can be unpredictable, but now Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) is introducing NIPSCO Alerts – a new way for customers to stay informed in the event of a power outage. NIPSCO Alerts allows customers to sign up and receive power outage updates, including estimated restoration time via text, email...
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NEW OPERATOR TO MANAGE INDIANA TOLL ROAD

May 28, 2015
NEW OPERATOR TO MANAGE INDIANA TOLL ROAD

The Indiana Finance Authority announced Thursday that IFM Investors will assume ownership of the Indiana Toll Road Concession Company (ITRCC) and operation of the Indiana Toll Road effective today. The announcement comes after the IFA Board voted earlier this month to approve the newly selected operator. “Roads mean jobs, and for that reason I applaud...
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Rev. Darrel M. Scheuer – 64 – from Plymouth

May 28, 2015
Rev. Darrel M. Scheuer – 64 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Applications are being accepted for Indiana State Police Radio Dispatcher in Bristol

May 28, 2015
Applications are being accepted for Indiana State Police Radio Dispatcher in Bristol

The Indiana State Police is accepting applications for a civilian Regional Dispatcher position at its dispatch center located at the Toll Road Post in Bristol. To qualify, the applicant must be a high school graduate or possess the equivalent GED and be able to successfully pass written and typing tests (30 words per minute)...
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Board of Works Requests Documents & Details for Property at 400 E. Jefferson

May 28, 2015
Board of Works Requests Documents & Details for Property at 400 E. Jefferson

Tuesday evening members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety heard from Michael Iqbal, the man who has purchased the former Clark Station on land contract. The property has been on Mayor Mark Senter’s Operation Bright Spot list since February 2012, as a site pointed out by the mayor that has been...
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12th Consecutive Year – Plymouth H.S. Band receives “All-Music Award”

May 28, 2015
12th Consecutive Year – Plymouth H.S. Band receives “All-Music Award”

Plymouth High School administration and the PHS Band staff were recently notified that the Plymouth High School Band is a recipient of the prestigious “All-Music Award” for the 12th consecutive year. This award is only presented to high schools that earn the top ratings in every form of ISSMA - Indiana State School Music Association...
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Heather Manns Arrested at Spruce and 6th Roads

May 27, 2015
Heather Manns Arrested at Spruce and 6th Roads

Starke County Community Corrections officers arrested 36 year old Heather Manns of North Judson after she fled them in a vehicle and then on foot in Marshall County. Officers from Starke County Community Corrections received information that Ms. Manns, who had been court ordered to home detention had removed her ankle tether and failed...
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A Third of a Million Dollar Heist ends in an Arrest

May 27, 2015
A Third of a Million Dollar Heist ends in an Arrest

Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman announced today that an interstate investigation of the alleged theft of two copper wire shipments from a Bremen business valued at almost a third of a million dollars has resulted in the arrest and extradition of Arturas Pivoris, 30 years of age.   Pivoris was arrested in Illinois as...
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HANDS-ON PRE-ALGEBRA PROJECT WILL NET HOSPITAL 30 BABY BLANKETS

May 27, 2015
HANDS-ON PRE-ALGEBRA PROJECT WILL NET HOSPITAL 30 BABY BLANKETS

Mrs. Betsy Barron’s 8th Grade Pre-Algebra students at Innovation Academy at Lincoln Jr. High School are making baby blankets for the Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth. Students were divided into groups where they had to raise the money, between $10.00 to $30.00 that they would need to make their blankets. Each group committed...
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