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Kathy Bottorff


Playground of Power, Power Hour 5/12

May 27, 2014


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Illinois Man Stopped for Speeding, Marijuana Located

May 27, 2014

05/28/14  On Wednesday, May 21st  at 4:00 P.M. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Les McFarland initiated a traffic stop on 30 year old Anthony Olsen of Antioch, Illinois for speeding at U.S. 30 and Iris Road.  During the traffic stop Deputy McFarland searched the vehicle and located what was believed to be a small amount...
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M.C. Church Orchestra Starts Season with Free Outdoor Patriotic Concert Thursday

May 27, 2014
M.C. Church Orchestra Starts Season with Free Outdoor Patriotic Concert Thursday

The Marshall County Church Orchestra will perform a Patriotic Concert on Thursday, May 29th at the Fairfield Garden Court located on Hillcrest Avenue in Plymouth.  This free, outdoor concert will begin at 7:00 p.m. and is open to the public.  The Marshal County Church Orchestra under the direction of Don Harness will play patriotic...
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Coats Named “Fiscal Hero” for Work to Improve Nation’s Fiscal Situation

May 27, 2014
Coats Named “Fiscal Hero” for Work to Improve Nation’s Fiscal Situation

U.S. Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) recently was named a “Fiscal Hero” by the Campaign to Fix the Debt for his work to improve the nation’s fiscal situation. Recipients were recognized for their voting records, bipartisan fiscal legislative initiatives and public support of solutions to reduce our national debt. “I returned to Congress in order...
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MCEDC Offers One-on-One Confidential Business Counseling

May 27, 2014
MCEDC Offers One-on-One Confidential Business Counseling

  Individual ISBDC advisement services are offered monthly in Plymouth.  Entrepreneurs, potential entrepreneurs and business owners in Marshall County are encouraged to sign up for one on one, confidential business counseling with Alan Steele, Advisor with the North Central ISBDC. The next session will be Tuesday, June 3rd at the offices of Marshall County...
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Miller’s Senior Living Residents Travel to PHS Band Room for Private Concert

May 27, 2014
Miller’s Senior Living Residents Travel to PHS Band Room for Private Concert

Members of the Plymouth High School Jazz Ensemble invited residents of Miller’s Assisted Living Community to a private concert in their band room Wednesday afternoon, May 21st.  As the residents arrived they were greeted by the band instructor Bryan Ames as students helped residents off the bus and led them to their front row...
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WTCA – Post 27 Broadcast Schedule

May 27, 2014

Broadcast date                                            Airtime Thursday June 12 vs. Bristol (2)           6:30 p.m. Sunday June 15 vs. Highland (2)          12:30 p.m. Monday June 30 vs. River Bandits...
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Mishawaka Man Pleads Guilty to Unemployment Insurance Fraud

May 27, 2014
Mishawaka Man Pleads Guilty to Unemployment Insurance Fraud

  Mishawaka resident Michael J. Hillebrand III, 30, pled guilty Friday, March 23, in the United States Northern District Court in South Bend to unemployment insurance fraud, a Class D Felony. Hillebrand purposefully defrauded the system by collecting unemployment insurance benefits while working full-time. The investigation began when an Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) employee confirmed Hillebrand was working...
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Two Injured over Holiday Weekend in Boat Accident on Bass Lake, Boat Sank at Syracues Lake

May 27, 2014
Two Injured over Holiday Weekend in Boat Accident on Bass Lake, Boat Sank at Syracues Lake

Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a personal injury boat accident that occurred on Bass Lake in Starke County. Amanda Marsh 26, of North Judson and Jeremy Hershman, 33 of Willets, CA were both injured while operating personal watercraft on the lake. Hershman collided with Marsh, striking her watercraft at a right angle. Hershman and...
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Teens Arrested by Bourbon Police

May 26, 2014
Teens Arrested by Bourbon Police

05/27/14 Last Thursday night about 11:30 Bourbon Officer Matt Cottrill was on routine patrol when he observed a vehicle driving east on Center Street at a very low speed.  Because of his experience as a police officer he knew that impaired drivers will often-times drive very slowly in order to compensate for their lack...
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