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Now in its second year, “Operation Cakes for Troops 2020” calls on family members, friends and the public to order an authentic, traditional German cake, called the “Gugelhupf,” to be delivered to U.S. troops stationed abroad in time for the holidays, including soldiers who might even receiv…

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Scout Troop 477 of Plymouth will host a virtual open house 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2. The event is for boys and girls ages 11-17 (fifth-grade and older) who would like to see what Scouts is all about.

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On Nov. 5, Minnesota and our country lost another great man in U.S. Representative Jim Ramstad. A true statesman and man of great faith, Ramstad joins former colleagues Elijah Cummings and John Lewis as three pillars of the House of Representatives whose historic contributions will endure fo…

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The Minnesota House and Senate seats in District 45 were claimed by DFLers in the Nov. 3 election. After results were tallied, incumbent Ann Rest emerged a victor in Senate District 45, incumbent Mike Freiberg in House District 45B, and newcomer and New Hope City Councilmember Cedrick Frazie…

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Prism Food Shelf seeks volunteers to fill food-packing shifts for the annual Thanksgiving meal giveaway in mid-November. The organization hopes to give away 1,000 turkeys and side dishes in this year’s event.

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Plymouth’s bond ratings have been reaffirmed by two bond credit rating agencies. Standard & Poor’s awarded the city an AAA rating, while Moody’s Investors Service also gave the city its best possible rating of Aaa.

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The polls opened 7 a.m. and will be open until 8 p.m. today for the General Election. Find your polling place by going to sos.state.mn.us. Some polling places may have changed this year.