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Kathy Bottorff


INDIANA SMOKING RATES HAVE DROPPED

August 10, 2011
INDIANA SMOKING RATES HAVE DROPPED

08/11/11 Less does mean more for Indiana in regards to smoking.  For the second consecutive year, the smoking rate for Hoosier adults is getting lower, which means more are getting healthier.  According to new data from the 2010 Behavior Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), the smoking rate in Indiana has decreased by 23 percent...
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New Oak Hill Cemetary to Open New Addition and offer a Columbarium

August 9, 2011
New Oak Hill Cemetary to Open New Addition and offer a Columbarium

8/10/11 The Plymouth Common Council approved ordinance 2011-2023 on second and third reading Monday night that will allow for the inclusion of the Gracelawn addition to the New Oak Hill Cemetery. There are 864 grave spaces in the addition that will be located to the west and south of the office and Chapel.   The...
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County Police Investigate Theft Complaints

August 9, 2011
County Police Investigate Theft Complaints

08/10/11 On Friday, August 5th at 5:18 p.m. Sergeant Bruce Carter of the Marshall County Police Department received a complaint from a homeowner in the 15,000 block of Menominee Trail.  The victim stated that their pontoon boat and garage has been egged.  They also discovered that a porch screen had been cut.  It is...
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Bremen Man Arrested for Domestic Battery

August 9, 2011
Bremen Man Arrested for Domestic Battery

08/10/11 Just after 2 p.m. on Monday, August 8th Amanda Good came to the Bremen Police Department and swore-out a complaint against her husband, 25 year old Nathaniel A. Good. Mrs. Good told Bremen officers that on Sunday, August 7th and on Monday, August 8th she was battered, strangled, and confined against her will...
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Barking Dogs Alert Homeowner to Suspicious Males

August 9, 2011
Barking Dogs Alert Homeowner to Suspicious Males

08/10/11 County Police investigate a possible break-in.  On Monday, August 8th at 9:41 a.m. the Marshall County Police Department received a call from a resident in the 18,000 block of Peach Road reporting she found two strangers in her yard and unattached garage. It is believed that they were going to steal items from...
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Police Dept. Transfers Funds from Personnel to Replace 1 of 3 Squad Cars Totaled

August 9, 2011
Police Dept. Transfers Funds from Personnel to Replace 1 of 3 Squad Cars Totaled

08/10/11 A resolution providing the transfer of an appropriation in the General Fund of the City for the Police department was passed unanimously by Council members, the matter did not go without some discussion. Monday night a transfer of $13,497 was allowed from the Police Department personnel services line item to capital outlay. Plymouth...
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DONNELLY ANNOUNCES SECOND ANNUAL JOB FAIR

August 9, 2011
DONNELLY ANNOUNCES SECOND ANNUAL JOB FAIR

08/10/11 Monday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced he will host his Second Annual Job Fair in South Bend on Tuesday, August 16, 2011. This event is designed to provide those in north central Indiana looking for work with an opportunity to connect with employers and those considering higher education with an opportunity to connect with...
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IDHS-IUPUI SURVEY LOOKS TO GAUGE HOOSIERS’ READINESS

August 9, 2011
IDHS-IUPUI SURVEY LOOKS TO GAUGE HOOSIERS’ READINESS

08/10/11 The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) and the Survey Research Center at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis are gauging Indiana citizens’ readiness for emergencies and disasters with a brief online survey. All who participate can enter a contest for a free preparedness kit or an all hazards radio. The online survey is designed...
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Public Hearing on Main Street Grant Held During City Council

August 9, 2011
Public Hearing on Main Street Grant Held During City Council

08/10/11 The Plymouth Common Council held a public hearing on Monday night that marks one of the first formal actions to apply for a Main Street grant. At the July 25 meeting, City Attorney Nelson Chipman requested the public hearing, although a committee striving to identify specific projects had not yet come to a...
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Busy Summer for M.C. Church Orchestra

August 9, 2011
Busy Summer for M.C. Church Orchestra

08/10/11 The Marshall County Church Orchestra Ensemble Group performed at Wakarusa Miller’s Assisted Living on Saturday, August 6.  The group played a variety of gospel hymns and Broadway and movie standards.  Leader Don Harness gave the history of the orchestra through out the program and also told a little about each song that was...
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