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Kathy Bottorff


Influenza Report for Indiana

January 2, 2013
Influenza Report for Indiana

 01/03/13 According to the Indiana Department of Health’s weekly influenza report, Indiana showed five influenza deaths for the 2012-2013 season.  Two of the deaths are in the 5-18 years-of-age group while three of the deaths are in the 65-plus years-of-age group. During the week of December 20th to the 27th 51.8% of the specimens...
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Copper Theft in Marshall County

January 2, 2013
Copper Theft in Marshall County

  01/03/13  Marshall County REMC has noticed an increase of copper theft from utility poles around the county.  The rise in copper theft has disrupted the flow of electricity, created electrical hazards, delayed construction projects and damaged irrigation systems.  For a number of years the Marshall County REMC has been replacing ground wire with...
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House Page Program now accepting pages for 2013 session

January 2, 2013
House Page Program now accepting pages for 2013 session

  01/03/12 State Rep. Tim Harman (R-Bremen) is encouraging local students to apply for the Indiana House Page Program. The program offers students 13 to 18 years old the chance to visit the Statehouse and see a full day of legislative activity. “The House Page Program is a wonderful opportunity for students to take...
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County BZA Meeting Cancelled

January 2, 2013
County BZA Meeting Cancelled

01/03/12 Deb Griewank, Secretary of the Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals has announced the cancellation of the January meeting of the Board of Zoning Appeals.  The BZA was scheduled to meet on the evening of Tuesday, January 8th but since there is no requests for public hearings the meeting has been cancelled.
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Donnelly: Bipartisan Agreement “Far From Perfect” But Need to Compromise to Get Things Done

January 2, 2013
Donnelly: Bipartisan Agreement “Far From Perfect” But Need to Compromise to Get Things Done

  01/03/13 Tuesday evening, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement after voting for the Senate-passed bipartisan compromise to address the fiscal cliff. “I voted for the bipartisan, Senate-passed compromise because it preserves low tax rates for 98% of families and 97% of small businesses.  It is far from perfect, as I would have...
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Lillie “Mae” Kile – 84 – from Plymouth

January 2, 2013
Lillie “Mae” Kile – 84 – from Plymouth

  Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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PHS Riley Dance Marathon January 12th

January 1, 2013
PHS Riley Dance Marathon January 12th

01/02/13 On January 12th Plymouth High School will be hosting its 2nd Annual Riley Dance Marathon.  The dance marathons were first started in 1991 by an IU alumni after the loss of her friend Ryan White to AIDS contracted through a blood transfusion.  Every year since then, thousands of high school and college students...
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Plymouth Plan Commission and BZA to Meet Wednesday

January 1, 2013
Plymouth Plan Commission and BZA to Meet Wednesday

  01/02/13 The Plymouth Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals will meet Wednesday evening beginning at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall. The meetings are open to the public for comments and questions. The City Plan Commission will hold the reorganization with the election of officers and the setting of...
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PHS Robotics Team Qualities for Nationals

January 1, 2013
PHS Robotics Team Qualities for Nationals

    01/02/13 Plymouth High School sophomores, Josh Kuhn and Kennedy Schnieders competed last weekend in a Robotics Tournament at Jay County High School in Portland, Indiana. The pair had been working on their machine since March and their hard work paid off as they not only finished in 1st place out of 48...
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Matthew Bowen Arrested for Domestic Battery

January 1, 2013
Matthew Bowen Arrested for Domestic Battery

   01/02/13 Monday morning, New Year’s Eve a female came to the Plymouth Police Department to report a case of domestic battery.  Officer Ryan Richey spoke with the subject.  He began an investigation at the police department and then it continued on to the residence at 520 North Michigan Street. During the investigation Matthew...
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