MEMORIAL DAY PARADE American Legion Post 268 Annual Milan Memorial Day Ceremony and Parade. Ceremony begins at 9 a.m. at Marble Park Cemetery (corner of Platt and W. Main St. Following Ceremony, the Parade will then march South on Platt to West Main St and continue West to Wabash St. to Wilson Park Veterans Wall of Honor for the second phase of the ceremony. A wreath will be placed on Ford Lake to remember those lost at sea. The festivities will continue with an open invitation to the public for free hot dogs at the American Legion, 44 Wabash St. Please fly your American Flag with pride and honor!

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Change of travel plans for Ignite the Fire

By Joyce Ervin Ignite the Fire, Milan Free Methodist Church’s youth group, has had a change of plans.  Originally, the group of teens…

Eternity Matters: LET US BE PREPARED FOR THE UNEXPECTED

By Norma Shull Smith As I sit in the comforts of my home and write this article, the weather outside is 75 degrees…

ETERNITY MATTERS: THE RED FLAG IS UP

By Norma Shull Smith For those of us that are rural route residents, we all know when we put mail in the mailbox,…

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By Milan Eagle Media The Bowling Green Curling Club will be fielding both a men’s and a women’s team in the upcoming Arena National Curling Championships, sponsored by…

By Balinda Zimmerman  The Milan Youth League of 2015 had more volunteers, a few more sponsors and more of just about everything than past years. All of this…

By Balinda Zimmerman   Justin was born and raised in the Milan area as were both his parents, Eric and Carol York. He has a younger brother, Travis, who is…

By Balinda Zimmerman   Milan has several all-around athletes in their combined athletics programs so we thought we would share just a few of them who compete in…

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FEBRUARY THOUGHTS FROM THE CHIEF

Despite it being cold and gray, there’s a lot going on to keep us engaged in February.  Super Bowl, Ground Hog Day, Valentine’s Day, and…

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Editorial: Good Deal or Bad Deal?

By Doctor Eduardo Enriguez America once again finds herself in the cross road of deciding if the agreement with a foreign country may affect the life of future…

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Letter to the Editor

To the Editor I want to thank the Santa at Mullins Auto. I went to Mullins for an oil change on my old car, it…