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Kathy Bottorff


SINCE THE PASSAGE OF INDIANA’S RIGHT-TO-WORK LEGISLATION:

October 31, 2012

83 companies have communicated to the IEDC that Indiana’s enactment of right-to-work will factor into their decision-making process of where to locate current projects. 66 of these projects have progressed to the pipeline stage and account for the potential of more than 8,750 projected new jobs and more than $2.5 billion in investment. Of...
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Where was Joe Ruiz at the WSBT Debate?

October 31, 2012

2nd District U.S. House candidate Joe Ruiz was excluded from the Tuesday night debate by WSBT, who cited Ruiz’s lack of “active” campaigning as the reason for his exclusion. Yet, before the debate on both WSBT Radio and SBT2, ads from the Ruiz campaign ran reminding voters that not all their options were included...
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Coat Drive on for Warm Up Marshall County

October 30, 2012
Coat Drive on for Warm Up Marshall County

  10/31/12 Weather forecasters are already making their projections for this year’s winter weather. It appears that those “in the know” are predicting a colder winter with even more snow than last year.  And that makes Steve Keiser nervous. “Warm Up Marshall County” is Keiser’s brainchild.  Now in its 14th year, the coat drive...
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Plymouth Police Reports

October 30, 2012
Plymouth Police Reports

  10/31/12 Officer Shanna Gilmer with the Plymouth Police Department is investigating a theft from Bay Valley Foods at 1430 Western Avenue in Plymouth.  Saturday morning about 6 a.m. an employee of the facility noticed four large trailer jack-stands were missing from the dock area.  The metal jack stands weigh approximately 80 pounds and...
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Suits for Vets Donations Helps Hoosier Veterans

October 30, 2012
Suits for Vets Donations Helps Hoosier Veterans

  10/31/12 Making room in your closet can actually help a Hoosier veteran this fall. Ancilla College is co-sponsoring a Suits for Vets drive for veterans in Northern Indiana. “According to state employment figures, one third of veterans, ages 24 to 46, are unemployed. Many of those vets need help preparing for interviews and they often...
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PHS Students Perform Doctor Dolittle this Weekend

October 30, 2012
PHS Students Perform Doctor Dolittle this Weekend

  10/31/12 The Plymouth High School Theatre Department will be presenting their annual children’s program on the first weekend in November. This year’s selection, Doctor Dolittle, will be double-casted in order to give the approximately 120 students an opportunity to be involved. Children’s plays have been a part of the PHS offering since 1979....
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High Winds Blow Tree Down

October 30, 2012
High Winds Blow Tree Down

  10/31/12 Tropical storm Sandy sent winds gusting as high as 50 mph across parts of Indiana on Tuesday while the state sent utility crews and emergency responders to other states to help deal with its fury.   A huge tree near the intersection of Lake Avenue and 5th Street came down Tuesday morning...
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1st Source to Contribute $195,000 to Support Entrepreneurship and Venture Development in Northern Indiana

October 30, 2012
1st Source to Contribute $195,000 to Support Entrepreneurship and Venture Development in Northern Indiana

  10/31/12 1st Source Bank has announced that it will donate $195,000 to support entrepreneurship and venture development in northern Indiana. The donation to Elevate Ventures, an Indiana venture development organization, will help the organization provide rigorous business analysis and robust advisor services to area entrepreneurs and early-stage companies. 1st Source has targeted $95,000...
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Secretary of State Connie Lawson warns Hoosiers to disregard letters claiming to be a “voting record audit”

October 30, 2012
Secretary of State Connie Lawson warns Hoosiers to disregard letters claiming to be a “voting record audit”

  10/31/12 Secretary of State Connie Lawson has received numerous complaints from Hoosier voters who received letters from Americans for Limited Government.  These letters purport to be neighborhood voting record audits. The letter lists an individual’s name, address and voter participation for 2008, 2010 and 2012. It also lists neighbors of the individual and...
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Comprehensive Visual Art Collection on Exhibit at Culver Academies’ Crisp Center through March 2013

October 30, 2012
Comprehensive Visual Art Collection on Exhibit at Culver Academies’ Crisp Center through March 2013

  10/31/12 The most generous gift of visual art in the history of Culver Academies will be on view in the galleries of the Crisp Visual Art Center on the campus of Culver Academies through March 2013. The Herbert F. Tyler Bequest is a collection of more than 190 pieces of artwork in 10...
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