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Kathy Bottorff


Local Banks Contribute to Planting Pride in Plymouth

July 30, 2012
Local Banks Contribute to Planting Pride in Plymouth

  07/31/12 As you travel up North Michigan Street, you will notice a new look in the median strips.  The Planting Pride in Plymouth committee worked with the Plymouth Parks Department who cleaned out the old foliage and planted “Knockout Roses” in its place.  Mike Woolfington from the Planting Pride Committee said, “This project...
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City Police Arrest 3 at Wal-Mart for Possession

July 30, 2012
City Police Arrest 3 at Wal-Mart for Possession

07/31/12 On Saturday, July 28th at approximately 3:36pm, Officer Derek Workman of the Plymouth Police Department arrested three subjects at Wal-Mart on North Oak Drive.  31 year old Timothy Applegate of LaPaz, 20 year old Danielle Long of Huntington, and 38 year old Cecil VanBlaricom of Walkerton were all arrested and transported to the...
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Kids Invited the Paint Windows to Honor Plymouth’s Olympic Hero

July 30, 2012
Kids Invited the Paint Windows to Honor Plymouth’s Olympic Hero

  07/31/12 In support of Plymouth’s hometown OLYMPIC hero Morgan Uceny, the downtown merchants are asking for the younger generation of heroes to help to decorate the downtown area. On Wednesday, August 1st at 9:30 a.m. kids and their parents are welcome to gather at Centier Bank in downtown Plymouth.   Kids of all ages...
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Plymouth Alumni Night at the Cove Wednesday

July 30, 2012
Plymouth Alumni Night at the Cove Wednesday

 7/31/12 Rusty Nixon, Director of Development and Alumni Affairs for the Plymouth School Corporation is pleased to announce that Wednesday, August 1st will be Plymouth Alumni Association Night at South Bend’s Coveleski Stadium. If you are a member of the Plymouth Alumni Association and would like to participate please respond by email or call...
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Seniors Enjoy Pancakes During Sidewalk Sales

July 30, 2012
Seniors Enjoy Pancakes During Sidewalk Sales

  07/31/12 Residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community visited the Plymouth downtown area for sidewalk sale days and the Rotary Pancake Breakfast on Saturday morning. They enjoyed visiting with their volunteers and friends they ran into while dining under the tent.  Rotarian Emily Denney took good care of the group.  Photo:  Nancy Bannon, Juanita...
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City Council Takes Next Step in Tax Abatement for AK Industries

July 29, 2012
City Council Takes Next Step in Tax Abatement for AK Industries

  07/30/12 Members of the Plymouth Common Council conducted two public hearings during their meeting last week. The first public hearing was for annexation of a small portion of Richter Road. City Attorney Sean Surrisi said, “The total amount of this annexation is just a sliver of roadway less and ¼ of an acre.” ...
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3 Texas Men Arrested for Theft from Wal-Mart

July 29, 2012
3 Texas Men Arrested for Theft from Wal-Mart

  07/30/12 On Wednesday, July 25th Plymouth Officer Shanna Gilmer stopped a vehicle at the Red Rock Inn for a seat belt violation.  The driver, 22 year old Abel Leal was found to be operating without a license. A passenger in the vehicle, 18 year old Gabriel Leal was also cited for a seat...
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Track & Field Magazine Predict a Bronze for Uceny in the 1500 London Olympics

July 29, 2012
Track & Field Magazine Predict a Bronze for Uceny in the 1500 London Olympics

  07/30/12 Track & Field News magazine, “The Bible of the Sport,” has released its “official” prediction for the Olympic women’s 1500-meter run. For Morgan Uceny fans there are some facts you need to know.  No American has ever won an Olympic medal in the women’s 1500-meter run.  So, the fact that Track &...
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Mayor’s Farmers’ Market Blood Drive Successful

July 29, 2012
Mayor’s Farmers’ Market Blood Drive Successful

  07/30/12 Mayor Mark Senter is extremely happy with the results of the most recent Farmers’ Market Blood Drive. This is the second time this summer the Mayor has sponsored a blood drive with the South Bend Medical Foundation.  In May there were a total number of 16 units collected.  Only 4 people signed...
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Grand Opening of Boy Scout Room at M.C. Museum

July 28, 2012

07/30/12 On Saturday, August 11th at 11:00 a.m. the Marshall County Museum will be hosting a grand opening and dedication of the Boy Scouts Exhibit Room. This room contains many unique Boy Scout memorabilia and history about scouting in Marshall County. Everyone is welcome to attend and refreshments will be served. The trains will...
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