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Jun. 9, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   OPINION   Most Michiganders were more likely to die in a car crash than from COVID-19 in 2020 “For younger populations, car crashes were more deadly than COVID-19”   By: Michael Van Beek It is well known that COVID-19 is significantly

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Jun. 7, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   On the 77th anniversary of D-Day we remember. On D-Day, June 6, 1944, more than 150,000 Allied troops landed on the beaches of the French coastline code-named Omaha, Utah, Juno, Sword and Gold, carried by 7,000 boats. They were there on

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Jun. 4, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Plymouth Music in the Air concerts return with the first live performance of the season on Friday, Jun 4 at the downtown Kellogg Park band shell. This year the ever-popular free weekly concert series, sponsored by The Bank of Ann Arbor,

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Jun. 1, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Don Howard Staff Writer   As Americans all over are emerging from pandemic seclusion the staff of the renown Plymouth Fife and Drum Corps, planning for their 50thReunion set for July 31, have two things in mind; celebrate five decades of

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May 28, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Don Howard Staff Writer For the first time Plymouth Township will join area communities in observance of Memorial Day with a wreath laying service at noon on Monday, May 31 at the Wayne County First Responders Memorial, located on Haggerty Road

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May 25, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   UPDATED   Michigan State Police say a man was seriously injured Monday night on M-14 after he reportedly fell asleep in his vehicle. Police report the driver was driving too fast for conditions on the eastbound service ramp to southbound I-275

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May 20, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   OPINION   Conflicting U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines have created mass confusion and caught state officials, health workers, office managers, business owners and generally everyone off-guard. The new guidance, at least in Michigan, is contrary to the

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May 18, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Heat wave could set record by end of week. The National Weather Service forecasts temperatures will continue to climb over the next several days as a warm front lifts through southern Lower Michigan on Wednesday. With the summer weather pattern trend

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May 10, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   The Northville City Fire Department charters and operates a Fire-Rescue Explorer program designed for young people ages 14-20 who are interested in learning about firefighting and EMS. Although the program is hosted by the Fire Department, financial support is derived almost entirely from

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May 7, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Work has now commenced on the much-anticipated new Kellogg Park fountain, one year after the City of Plymouth and The Wilcox Foundation mutually agreed to delay the Wilcox Fountain Project due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Members of the Downtown Development Authority

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