Member Login

Lost your password?

Not a member yet? Sign Up!

Kathy Bottorff


INDOT to Start Work on State Road 17 Project Monday

April 14, 2017
INDOT to Start Work on State Road 17 Project Monday

The Indiana Department of Transportation will begin work on a major project in Marshall County next week. A pre-construction meeting for a complete re-paving of State Road 17 happened earlier this week.  The project is a milling off and repaving from State Road 8 to U.S. 30 including the portion through the middle of...
Read More »

City Contracts with Muncie Firm for Job & Compensation Study

April 13, 2017
City Contracts with Muncie Firm for Job & Compensation Study

This week the Plymouth Common Council approved a contract with professional consulting management company, Waggoner, Irwin, Scheele & Associates. The company will conduct a job and compensation study of city employees and provide a comprehensive report for the council to review.  The request for this information came from Councilman Jeff Houin several months ago...
Read More »

Plymouth P.D. Begins Hiring Process

April 13, 2017
Plymouth P.D. Begins Hiring Process

The Plymouth Police Department will begin the hiring process again. During Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Chief Dave Bacon asked to begin the hiring process due to the retirement of Detective Stg. Jim Cox.  The chief told board members he’s also  received notice from Stg. Gary Cleveland the he will...
Read More »

Plymouth Board of Works and Safety Approves $371,000 for Combination Sewer Cleaner

April 13, 2017
Plymouth Board of Works and Safety Approves $371,000 for Combination Sewer Cleaner

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety unanimously approved the request of Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson to purchase a new combination sewer cleaner for the Wastewater Department Monday evening. Davidson told the board he would like to purchase the equipment through the NJPW, National Joint Powers Alliance which leverages the national purchasing power...
Read More »

Bourbon Police Arrest Fort Wayne Man for Driving Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance

April 13, 2017
Bourbon Police Arrest Fort Wayne Man for Driving Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance

On Tuesday, April 11th at approximately 8:20 in the evening Officer Adam Kraning of the Bourbon Police Department received a call in reference to a possible impaired driver north bound on State Road 331 just north of U.S. 30. The officer located a blue Lexus and observed it cross over the center line, resulting...
Read More »

Kurt Garner Featured Speaker at April 21st Brown Bag Lunch Series at Museum

April 13, 2017
Kurt Garner Featured Speaker at April 21st Brown Bag Lunch Series at Museum

One of the earliest explorers and pioneer settlers in Marshall County, Robert Schroeder, built his estate in North Township in 1865.  Local architect and preservationist, Kurt Garner and his family, “lovingly” peeled back 150 years of layers on the historic farm to restore it to its original beauty and function.  During the next Brown...
Read More »

Triton DARE Graduation

April 13, 2017
Triton DARE Graduation

Triton held their annual fifth grade DARE graduation on April 11th in the school auditorium. Bourbon police officer, Matt Haskins, the teacher of the program, presented each student with a special recognition certificate. One student from each of the three classrooms was chosen to read their DARE essay about what DARE means to them...
Read More »

IN Senator Head Explains How the Gas Tax is Distributed

April 13, 2017
IN Senator Head Explains How the Gas Tax is Distributed

This legislative session road funding is a major topic of discussion, and with it, Indiana’s gas tax. Senator State Indiana Randy Head said, “Drivers pay an 18-cent state gas tax per gallon of gas purchased in Indiana.” On average, the tax provides Indiana with more than $500 million every year. However, the total dollars...
Read More »

Money Smart Week at Culver-Union Township Public Library

April 13, 2017
Money Smart Week at Culver-Union Township Public Library

The Culver-Union Township Public Library will celebrate Money Smart Week at your Library during the week of April 22nd – 29th. Money Smart Week at your Library is a public awareness campaign to promote financial literacy at all ages, made possible by a partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the American Library...
Read More »

Walorski Applauds Overturning of Obama Abortion Funding Rule

April 13, 2017
Walorski Applauds Overturning of Obama Abortion Funding Rule

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday released the following statement after President Trump signed H.J. Res. 43, overturning an Obama administration rule forcing states to administer Title X funding to abortion providers: “This is an important pro-life victory and a key step toward protecting women’s health and preventing the use of taxpayer dollars to...
Read More »