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Kathy Bottorff


Busy City BZA Meeting, Tatto Parlor Varience Denied

September 6, 2012
Busy City BZA Meeting, Tatto Parlor Varience Denied

  09/07/12 This week members of the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals had a very busy meeting. Al Collins from Construction Management & Design was seeking two variances for two properties on the west side of Plum Street between Harrison and North Streets and between Madison and Jackson Streets. The first variance was to...
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Triton Students Participate in River Expedition

September 6, 2012
Triton Students Participate in River Expedition

  09/07/12 Members of the Triton High School Natural Resources class participated in a “River Expedition” in Tippecanoe State Park on Wednesday, September 5th.  Students were divided into “raft teams” as they competed in events about conserving natural resources throughout the day. They studied some endangered species of wildlife, tested water samples, identified invertebrates in...
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Local Group Discusses Tennis Facility with School Board

September 6, 2012
Local Group Discusses Tennis Facility with School Board

09/07/12 During the Labor Day weekend of 2010, 1984 Plymouth High School graduates Betsy Gee Biederstedt, Dawn Edwards Everidge, and Sarah Guild Smith attended an event at the Mary Beth Hunter Tennis Complex. The three had all been members of the tennis team during their high school years. Shortly after that weekend, they began...
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Ancilla College Hires Two New Admissions Staff

September 6, 2012
Ancilla College Hires Two New Admissions Staff

  09/07/12 Two long-time local educational professionals are joining Ancilla College as part of the college’s new marketing and admissions efforts. Kelly Manning and Ericka Taylor-Joseph have joined Ancilla’s Admission Department as admissions counselors. Both women live in Starke County and have extensive connections to regional schools and community organizations. Taylor-Joseph has a background...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police

September 6, 2012
Arrests by Plymouth Police

  09/07/12  0n Monday, September 3rd at 1:00 PM while working loss prevention at Plymouth’s Kroger Grocery Store Officer Tim Taberski was advised by an employee of the possible theft of her debit card along with some unauthorized charges. After further investigation, 41 year old Robert Wagers of Plymouth was arrested at the store...
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To Float or Not to Float, a Question for the Culver Park Board

September 6, 2012
To Float or Not to Float, a Question for the Culver Park Board

 09/07/12 To float or not to float was the big question at the Culver Park Board Meeting on Wednesday September 5th. The meeting, which went over 2 hours long, was mainly about the VFW pier project. The Culver Park Board had previously voted to send out quote packages to several businesses and then to...
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Nitro Circus at Plymouth Speedway October 6th

September 6, 2012
Nitro Circus at Plymouth Speedway October 6th

 09/07/12  Travis Pastrana and the Nitro Circus crew will invade the Plymouth Speedway for the wildest show ever produced at the speedway.   Pastrana and the Nitro Circus crew include wheel chair athlete Aaron “wheelz” Fatheringham and big wheel double back flipper Dusty Wygal.  Also along will be former world super-cross champion Robbie Reynard,...
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Tony Ross to Sing with M.C. Church Orchestra

September 6, 2012
Tony Ross to Sing with M.C. Church Orchestra

 09/07/12  The Marshall County Church Orchestra will perform its final “Concert in the Park” series to coincide with National Assisted Living Week.  The orchestra under the direction of Don Harness will appear at Miller’s Senior Living Community on September 9, at6:00 p.m.  The concert will take place rain or shine. The orchestra will present...
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Car Crashed into Gas Pump at Family Express

September 5, 2012
Car Crashed into Gas Pump at Family Express

  09/06/12 Wednesday night about 9:20 emergency responders from Plymouth were dispatched to the Family Express at the corner of Jefferson Street and Oak Driver for the report of a car that crashed into a gas pump.  The dispatcher said the pump was on fire and there was fire underneath the car.   When...
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Toth Asks Commissioners for Lake Test Funding

September 5, 2012
Toth Asks Commissioners for Lake Test Funding

  09/06/12 Joe Toth from Lake of the Woods appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners this week to discuss concerns he has with testing of the lakes within the county. Toth said, “There are problems on our lakes that started in 2011 and IDEM and the DNR say they can’t test the lakes because...
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