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Kathy Bottorff


Malcolm “Mac” Young – 75 – from Plymouth

August 3, 2015

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Preview for Plymouth School Board Meeting

August 3, 2015
Preview for Plymouth School Board Meeting

The Plymouth School Board will meet on August 4 at 7:00 P.M. followed by a budget meeting at approximately 7:45 P.M. During the Business Transactions portion of the regular meeting , the Board will hear reports on the Marshall County Alternative School and Projects and Financing. Additional items on the agenda include receiving copies...
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PCSC Fills New High School Internship Coordinator Position

August 3, 2015
PCSC Fills New High School Internship Coordinator Position

When the school year resumes this week many high school students and staff members will likely see a familiar face; Phil Scott is on board, working to set up community internship opportunities for high school students! Although the position is new to the Plymouth Community School Corporation, Scott is not; he has worked for...
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Warsaw Man Arrested by Bourbon Police

August 3, 2015
Warsaw Man Arrested by Bourbon Police

Just after midnight on Monday, August 3rd, Bourbon Police Officer Matt Geiger stopped a Chevrolet Malibu for driving left of center near Center and Washington Streets. The driver, 54 year old Bruce R. Miller of Warsaw was found to be driving on a suspended license with a prior charge while being intoxicated. Miller failed...
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Commissioners Meet this Morning

August 3, 2015
Commissioners Meet this Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet this morning at 8:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes a report from the County Highway Department, Ralph Booker from the Marshall County Building Department will present an ordinance and Ward Byers from Court Services will discuss an addendum...
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ISP Motor Carried Killed in Action 20 Year Ago

August 3, 2015
ISP Motor Carried Killed in Action 20 Year Ago

Sunday afternoon Plymouth F.O.P. Lodge 195 hosted a memorial ceremony honoring the 20th anniversary of the death of Ralph “Ray” Reed, an Indiana State Police Motor Carrier Officer. Reed was killed in the line of duty while inspecting a semi on the shoulder of the west bound lane of US 30 between the railroad...
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Niblock Back in City to Work on Street and Intersection Ramps

August 3, 2015
Niblock Back in City to Work on Street and Intersection Ramps

Niblock Excavating and Asphalt will be back in Plymouth working on the street projects this week. Work is scheduled to begin today with saw-cuts on six driveways in the cul-de-sac on Marigold Court.  On Tuesday work continues with construction of concrete curbs on Marigold Court and intersection ramp reconstruction will begin on Pennsylvania Avenue...
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GreenMark Equipment to host John Deere Drive Green Demo Days event August 8

August 2, 2015
GreenMark Equipment to host John Deere Drive Green Demo Days event August 8

GreenMark Equipment is hosting their 2015 Drive Green Demo Days event at their dealership in Plymouth on Saturday, August 8. This event will give area residents a chance to check out the latest utility tractors, lawn and garden tractors, loaders, implements and other equipment from John Deere, as well as take advantage of special...
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Nate Family Kids Enjoy Speech & Debate Competition

August 2, 2015
Nate Family Kids Enjoy Speech & Debate Competition

The Nate family kids-Michaila, Garrick, Maggie, and Griffin-all thrive on competition, but not the usual sibling rivalry. Michaila and Garrick joined the Speech and Debate Team for the Plymouth Schools at Lincoln Junior High and then went on to compete for four years at Plymouth High School. Maggie was on the Speech team at...
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Hoosier Drivers Reminded to be Cautious As Children Return to Schools and Bus Stops

August 2, 2015
Hoosier Drivers Reminded to be Cautious As Children Return to Schools and Bus Stops

As school systems in Indiana get back in session, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security and the Indiana State Police are reminding Hoosier drivers to be more alert and aware near schools, bus stops and places where children may walk or bicycle to or from school. “More children are going to be on sidewalks...
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