PHS alumnus, author Miller donates book to high school library


Bill Miller (above), a 1980 Plymouth High School graduate, has donated a copy of his latest book (left) to the high school library. — Submitted photo Bill Miller (above), a 1980 Plymouth High School graduate, has donated a copy of his latest book (left) to the high school library. — Submitted photo Bill Miller, a 1980 Plymouth High School grad, has donated a copy of his new book, “Reflections Under the Big Pine” to the PHS library.

The book, co-authored by K.J. Houtman and illustrated by Dorothy Miller, recounts more than 50 stories, each providing a glimpse of God’s divine plan.

“Inspired by the hoot of a Great Horned Owl, a foggy morning boat ride, a 10-pound walleye in the net, or the loyalty of a great dog, these stories offer respite in God s creation and appreciation for loved ones with whom we share life’s journey,” according to amazon.com.

Miller, who was inducted into the PHS Alumni Hall of Fame this year, has wanted to be an outdoors writer since he was 11 years old.

After graduating from PHS in 1980 he attended UW-Eau Claire, majoring in broadcast journalism and minoring in environmental communication.

In the years since, he has worked as an outdoor writer, magazine editor, book author, national TV host, hunting and firearms blogger, industry consultant and more.


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