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Dec. 24, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Firefighters shot to death while responding to Rochester blaze By: John Kekis The Associated Press WEBSTER, N.Y.—A gunman ambushed four volunteer firefighters responding to an intense pre-dawn house fire Monday morning outside Rochester, killing two, wounding two others and then killing himself, authorities said. Police

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Christmas

Dec. 22. 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND MERRY CHRISTMAS !   On behalf of our entire staff we extend our best wishes to you and yours for an exceptional and blessed Christmas and a prosperous New Year in 2013. Our pledge in the new year is to continue

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Dec. 21, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Michigan Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Carl Levin today announced federal support for the Warren Fire Department to hire more firefighters. Senator Stabenow said, “Our firefighters provide critical, courageous service to communities like Warren across Michigan. This grant provides the resources they need to perform their

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PLY TWP BECK RD STA

Dec. 21, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE   OPINION   According to a recent media report, Plymouth Township firefighters responded to a stove fire this past Sunday afternoon on Ann Arbor Road and successfully extinguished the blaze, contained in the kitchen. This is good news. The report described how in addition to

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Paul Sincock

Dec. 14, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   “I feel bad for my part in turning him into the snarling creature who called me.”   Facing Mr. Hyde after offending Dr. Jeykell: Chapter One By: Susan Willett   Here’s a hint for a holiday hostesses. Don’t invite Paul Sincock and me to

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th District Court

Dec. 13, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   When Michigan State Police Court Officer, Frank Wren, opened the doors of the 35th District Court Building on Plymouth Road at 7:30 this morning he immediately knew something was seriously wrong. Wren who was first to arrive and reported the emergency to the fire department

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Plymouth Township Hall entrance

Dec. 12, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.     Plymouth Township officials unanimously approved plans to solicit bids for streetscape improvements for the Ann Arbor Road Corridor at their Tuesday Board of Trustee meeting. Township Supervisor, Richard Reaume, announced they have received an estimate and preliminary plans from engineering consulting firm, Spalding

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Eagle Front Page

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Wally Triplett Bob Hoyruk

Dec. 8, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   You can’t help but like Wally Triplett. The long time local resident, a football great who played for the Detroit Lions and Penn State, was the guest speaker last Tuesday at a special presentation at the Westland Library where he reminisced about his life

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Red Wings Logo

Dec. 8, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Members of The Detroit Red Wings staff and alumni are teaming up with the Salvation Army for “Red Wings for Red Kettles” to help the nonprofit reach its $8.5 million Red Kettle campaign goal. The former players will join the Salvation Army’s Detroit area commander,

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