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Kathy Bottorff


Seminar at LJH for 60 School Corporations on 1 to 1 Computing

November 21, 2011
Seminar at LJH for 60 School Corporations on 1 to 1 Computing

11/22/11 Representatives from 60 different school corporations were at Lincoln Junior High on Friday for a seminar on the 1 to 1 computers. Because the Plymouth Community School Corporation it so advanced at using technology and have gone to the 1 to 1 computers for students they have received numerous calls from other school...
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Deputy Cooper Makes Weekend Arrests

November 21, 2011
Deputy Cooper Makes Weekend Arrests

11/22/11 On Saturday, November 19th at 10:50 p.m. Patrolman Brandon Cooper of the Marshall County Police Department stopped to assist a disabled motorist at the intersection of US 31 and 12th Road.  During the process, it was discovered that the driver, Joshua D. Emerson 25, of Peru was in possession of a scheduled 3...
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DONNELLY STATEMENT ON FAILURE OF SUPERCOMMITEE

November 21, 2011
DONNELLY STATEMENT ON FAILURE OF SUPERCOMMITEE

11/22/11 Monday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement after it was widely reported that the members of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, commonly known as the supercommittee, have failed to come to an agreement. “The supercommittee failed because too many people in Washington had drawn lines in the sand even before...
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Lincoln Highway Kiosk Dedicated

November 21, 2011
Lincoln Highway Kiosk  Dedicated

11/22/11 A visitor’s kiosk with information on the history of the Lincoln Highway in Plymouth was dedicated this Saturday on East Jefferson Street.  Approximately thirty people attended the event.  This is the third kiosk placed by the Indiana Chapter of the Lincoln Highway Association.  A fourth kiosk is planned in LaPorte in 2012.  The kiosk...
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Jana’s Gymnists Fair Well at Invitational.

November 21, 2011
Jana’s Gymnists Fair Well at Invitational.

11/22/11 Jana’s Gymnastics traveled to Chesterton on November 19th to compete in the “Catch-A-Wave” Gymnastics Invitational.  Jana’s Bronze and Silver Teams each won 1st Place in the Team Competition.  On hand to present awards was Olympian John Roethlisberger who was a member of the 1992, 1996 and 2000 Olympic teams.  This was not the...
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Weekend Arrests by City Officers

November 21, 2011
Weekend Arrests by City Officers

11/22/11 On Monday, November 14th Patrolman Bob DeLee of the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Oak and Pidco Drives.  It was found that the driver, Tara Taylor 35, of Plymouth had an active warrant out of Marshall County.  She was taken into custody, transported to the County Jail...
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City Water Department Continues Switching Meters Out

November 21, 2011
City Water Department Continues Switching Meters Out

11/22/11  Beginning now and into January the City of Plymouth Water Department will be resuming the process of switching to an updated meter system.  For the water department to accomplish this task in a timely manner we are asking for cooperation of all of our customers. The service men will have identification on them...
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M.C. Old Records Commission to Meet

November 21, 2011
M.C. Old Records Commission to Meet

11/22/11 Marshall County Clerk Julie Fox is notifying the public that the Marshall County Old Records Commission Meeting will be held Wednesday November 23, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. in the Marshall County Circuit Court Jury Room, 211 West Madison Street in Plymouth.  The Public is welcome.
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Man Walks for PTSD

November 21, 2011
Man Walks for PTSD

11/22/11  John McClennan walked along the Lincoln Highway on Friday into Plymouth as a part of his journey from Fostoria, Ohio to Oak Brook, Illinois. But, the walk for McClennan, who turned 60 on November 12, was more than just an exercise to see if he could make it. McClennan has spent the last...
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Sellout Crowds Enjoy “Festival of Carols”

November 21, 2011
Sellout Crowds Enjoy “Festival of Carols”

11/22/11 With months of practice and rehearsal time under their belts the Marshall County Church Orchestra and LifePlex Dance Academy presented their annual Concert and Dessert and Christos’ Banquet Center.  Performing before sellout crowds both Thursday and Friday evenings last week the “Festival of Carols” was a huge success. Orchestra leader Don Harness chose...
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