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Eternity Matters: Has U.S.A. become a lethargic nation?

By Norma Shull Smith In the most recent current events of the unimaginable happening in America, the nation was finally stunned last week at the senseless act of hatred committed by a 21 year old who sat in on a Bible Study for an hour and then followed through with his plan to slaughter the […]

Nexus Pipeline project raises concerns

By Marion Dupuis Some may call them NIMBYs (not in my back yard), but for those whose homes, lands, schools, and roads are in the path of Nexus Pipeline project, it’s personal. At a recent No Nexus meeting, held at Evangelical Friends Church on Tuttle Hill Rd. local residents were provided with some basic information […]

Where and When

Every Monday Department of Human Services (DHS) is now serving the local community by being available every Monday at the Dundee Village Office from 8am-5pm, closed 12-1pm for lunch. Walk in only; no phone calls please City of Milan – 45 Neckel Ct. Contact the Parks & Rec. office at anytime for a list of […]

Fun on the Patio with “Bubba”

Fun on the Patio with “Bubba”

By Joyce Ervin Country music fans enjoyed some toe-tapping entertainment at Fenders Bar, when Brian “Bubba” Cowen broadcast live with an elimination round to win W4 Country’s Idol Competition. The event was sponsored by Bud Light, Suburban Chevy Cadillac and Verizon-Wireless Zone of Saline.  Representatives Christine Lietz of Budweiser and Josh Bednarski of Verison-Wireless Zone were […]

RAISING THE ROOF IN MILAN

RAISING THE ROOF IN MILAN

By Harry Ervin Raising the roof in MA groundbreaking ceremony was held recently for Milan Crossings II. The condominium project that fell into financial trouble with a previous builder will see new life in its second phase completed by developers John Kaas and Robin Souders of Milan. The proposed maintenance free units will consist of […]