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SWEEPING THE CHILL OFF

SWEEPING THE CHILL OFF

By Milan Eagle Media Turning the corner, pulling into Wilson Park it was difficult not to be pleased and encouraged seeing the huge crowd that had gathered for Milan’s first Broom Hockey Games on February 7. Milan Parks and Recreation sponsored the event which consisted of four games with two teams each. Even cold, the […]

Interact Club conducts Teens for Jeans event

Interact Club conducts Teens for Jeans event

By Joyce Ervin The Milan High School Interact Club, a Rotary International’s service club for young people, collected gently-used blue jeans to participate in Aeropostale’s Teens for Jeans event recently.  The company distributes the used clothing to those in need.  Teacher and club advisor, Kristina Mahaney delivered the 46 pairs of jeans the teens collected to the […]

Register now for PALs

Register now for PALs

By Joyce Ervin Have a little one that’s not quite ready for preschool?  Play and Learn School (PALs)  First Steps Early Childhood program is a play group that is ongoing for two-day per week sessions through May and may fit your needs.  You can register at any time. Sessions are held at Paddock Elementary School for toddlers  through children […]

Stimpson foundry has long history

Stimpson foundry has long history

By Martha Churchill In1902, Walter F. Stimpson bought the property to build this foundry. The building started out as a manufacturing plant for large scales, the kind that can handle a load of corn or a full-size farm animal. Born in 1870 near Mooreville, Stimpson made a name for himself as an inventor, coming up […]

Residents get Advisory Committee

By Marion Dupuis Dale-Lin Mallonen, a long-time resident of Augusta Charter Township finally got her wish, an Ad-Hoc Resident’s Advisory Committee (RAC). Mallonen says a RAC has been talked about for years in Augusta Township. Real interest in a RAC was spurred by a series of problems facing Augusta Charter Township. Mallonen said the RAC […]