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Dear Reader, It’s Thanksgiving, and like many of our readers we take this time to reflect on the all the things for which we are grateful. We would like to thank you for including us in your daily life. We take great pride in bringing you news, information and events

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Officer of the Year Awards

Nov. 21, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The Plymouth Noon Rotary Club presented the annual Public Safety Awards during their regular luncheon meeting last Friday. The Plymouth Township Police Department selected Sgt. Todd Seipenko as Officer of the Year and the honor went to Ofc. Justin Bulmer of the City of

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Turkey Drive Sign

Nov. 15, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Gobble, gobble   Firefighters spend their careers saving others from danger and peril. Every day, they respond to fires and medical emergencies, tending to the welfare of others, as part of their job. The Plymouth firefighters have taken that responsibility even further, however, and are

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Nov. 17, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   When Northville police arrived on the scene of a reported accident on Center street on Nov. 2,  they spotted the driver kicking trying to kick a package of marijuana under his car. The man, yet to be identified, had driven his car onto a

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Campus Martius

Nov. 15, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Downtown Detroit will come alive with the Christmas spirit this Friday, November 16, when the Winter Magic kicks off with the Annual Detroit Tree Lighting Ceremony,  presented by DTE Energy Foundation and Quicken Loans It’s the start of the 9th Annual Winter Magic Season at

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Nov. 15, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   A Plymouth man with an apparent fondness for jewelry items was arrested last week, on a warrant issued from Northville Township. Troy Alan Wiercioch, 26, is suspected of stealing a large amount of jewelry from an antique store in Brooklyn, MI. Police allege that

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House Fire

Nov. 14, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE. OPINION The International Association of Firefighters, IAFF, well aware of the Plymouth-Plymouth Township fire department downsizing, has expressed great concern about the risks of cutting fire service budgets and endangering public and firefighter safety. After questionable decisions by city and township officials this past year

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Nov. 8, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Miss Daisy   Sandy Marulis will portray Miss Daisy when Barefoot Productions brings Driving Miss Daisy to the stage at 8 p.m. Nov. 9,10,16,17 and at 2 p.m. Nov. 11 and 18. Marulis, a 40-year resident of Plymouth, is the former owner of Michigan

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Plymouth Canton Marching Band

Nov. 8, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The Plymouth-Canton Marching Band (PCMB), received top honors for Flight I at the 2012 Michigan Competing Band Association (MCBA) championship event    Nov. 3 at Ford Field in Detroit.  This is the 23rd time that Plymouth- Canton has been named state champion. With a final

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Margie Zwick Arnold Strauch

Nov. 10, 2011  PLYMOUTH VOICE   Photo:  Margie Zwick, Arnold Strauch, World War II veterans World War II veterans Margie Zwick, Women’s Army Corps, and Arnold Strauch, U.S. Army, look on before the annual Veterans Day parade November 11, 2009 in New York City. The nation’s largest Veterans Day parade

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