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We unite today to recognize and celebrate the most important event in our nation’s history … the birth of the United States of America whose first patriots took up the fight for a better way of life. Risking their loved ones, their homes and their very lives, they stood up against tyranny. A…

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While wearing a red poppy in honor of the American men and women who died fighting for our country is traditionally done on Memorial Day, to memorialize the soldiers who gave their lives to protect our country’s freedoms, there is a very siginificant 4th of July Poppy Drive each year held by…

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Over the past few months during the pandemic, Wilderotter Vineyard, 19890 Shenandoah School Road in Plymouth, chose a different approach to running their business. Owner, Jay Wilderotter, was committed to keeping his staff employed and maintaining a positive, safe and healthy work environmen…

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At the worst of times, with the passing of a loved one, there are so many questions, so much grief, and so much that is often unknown. While handling the memorialization and honoring the death of a friend or family member is extremely personal and extremely different for each individual, for…

Plymouth is looking for all Purple Heart Veterans or family members of Purple Heart Veterans. Friday, August 7 is National Heart Recipient Recognition Day. We would like to honor all Amador County Purple Heart recipients on that day, as Plymouth becomes recognized as “Purple Heart City.” Ple…