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February, 1967 Tidbits and happenings: The Plymouth millpond got some heavyweight new residents when Tom Corbett of the State Conservation Department, stocked 40 female northern pike through the ice. A group of industrious housewives turned the fellowship hall of Salem United Church of Christ into a sewing center. The group was busy sewing lap robes to donate to Rocky Knoll and the denomination’s home for the aged, Fairhaven at Whitewater. Headline news: “Farm Prices Gain” January prices for Wisconsin farmers were up 6% compared to prices received during the same month in 1966. The increase is due to higher milk and crop prices which more than offset lower prices for meat animals, poultry and eggs. Sports headline: Sports headline: “Plymouth Win, 12-5 Season” Plymouth finished its regular basketball season on a winning note as it dropped Kohler 73-63.

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February 1977 Tidbits and happenings: The Plymouth Barbershoppers Chorus

of the Kettles, will sponsor their third annual art contest to find and appropriate drawing to be used on the cover of the programs for their eighth annual show. Headline news: “Tough Trash Rules Hold” Air and water pollution rules will remain tough, about 100 officials from cities, villages and towns in Sheboygan Co, were advised. The county is going ahead with a “plan of attack” on a countywide basis for disposal for the 250 tons of daily trash and garbage generated in the area. Other headline news: “Nuclear Meeting Called” Area officials have been invited to a panel discussion on nuclear power in the county courthouse. Four speakers will outline some of the pros and cons of establishing a nuclear plant in Haven in the northeastern part of Sheboygan Co. along Lake Michigan. Sports headline: “Panthers Finish Second.” Plymouth cruised to a 90-63 victory over Chilton. The victory earned Plymouth second place in the Packerland conference with an 11-2 record.

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February 1987 Tidbits and happenings: A load of Sargento cheese products was scattered along the roadside, following

an accident on Hwy. 23 about one mile east of Greenbush. Headline news: “Airport Control Challenged” The County Board Property Committee began its consideration of the future of the Sheboygan County Memorial Airport with a pledge to work closely with the newly-formed Airport Economic Development Committee. Longtime airport manager Harry Chaplin retires July 4. Sports headline: “State Runner-up Spot Claimed by Handrow” One measly reversal. That’s all that stood between Elkhart Lake’s Don Handrow and a state wrestling championship in Madison. He was defeated 3-2 by Elmwood’s Jim Schwebach in the only championship match of all three classes that featured a pair of undefeated wrestlers.

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