2014-05-01

Council turns down Generations liquor license request



PLYMOUTH – The Generations center failed in its bid to obtain the city’s last available liquor license Tuesday. The Plymouth Intergenerational Coalition’s application for a class B liquor license was turned down by the City Council by a vote of 5-3. “Once you approve the license and hand it to them, they can do as they darn well please,” Alderman […]

Healthy clean-up



Devin LeMahieu to run for state Senate



Devin LeMahieu of Oostburg has announced his candidacy for the State Senate as a Republican. “We need a strong conservative candidate to represent the citizens in the 9th District,” LeMahieu said in a press release announcing his candidacy. “This Senate race is vitally important in helping Gov. Walker to continue moving Wisconsin forward. My experience as a business owner and […]

On the Cover



A crew from Vinton Construction worked near Pleasant View Road Wednesday on the last phases of rough grading for the reconstruction of the rail line from Plymouth to Kohler. This prep work will complete the task of getting the line ready for actual construction of the new rail line. Review photo by Emmitt B. Feldner

Racing for awareness

T.J. Luedke to raise autism awareness on local race tracks

Autism Speaks is a world-wide initiative dedicated to fundraising, awareness and advocacy, and for the 2014 racing season, autism will be speaking though the roar of the sprint car driven by Travis (T.J.) Luedke of Plymouth at dirt tracks in Plymouth and Manitowoc. Last season, Luedke drove to help the Pink Party Association for breast cancer awareness and this year […]

News Digest



Suspect sought in abduction try The Plymouth Police Department received a complaint Friday, April 25 at 4:08 p.m. of an alleged child abduction attempt in the 2000 block of Valley Road. The victim, a seven-year old female, told police a white male approximately 30 to 40 years old with longer black hair, black beard, and a nose ring took her […]

Take closer look at UW tuition freeze idea

GUEST OPINION

ANOTHER BILLION-DOLLAR UNIVERSITY OF Wisconsin System surplus calls for another two-year tuition freeze. At least that’s the view taken by Gov. Scott Walker. But a closer look at the small picture and a broader look at the big picture might lead to a different conclusion. When a UW System surplus came to light last year, as the state Legislature was […]

Political Cartoon



Here’s what we know about second John Doe



The ongoing John Doe probe into alleged illegal activities concerning Gov. Scott Walker’s recall election campaign is nothing if not complicated. Here’s an attempt to make it understandable. The probe was launched in August 2012 by the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office, which in an earlier John Doe secured criminal convictions against six individuals, including three Walker aides from his […]

Special needs



To the Editor: The Willing Workers 4-H Club would like to thank you for printing the information from our flyer for our annual Easter Egg Hunt for children with special needs. We had 15 guests attend our Community Service event at Parkview Elementary School. They searched for hidden eggs, enjoyed refreshments, held baby chicks, a fluffy bunny, played with a […]