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How Might the Election Affect Your Investment Outlook?

           Election Day is drawing near.  As a citizen, you’ll want to cast your ballot for those candidates who best represent your views on a range of important issues. But as an investor, you might be wondering how the election’s outcome might affect one specific area — your financial outlook.             […]

Rotary Club Annual Dinner Auction on Saturday, Nov. 3

Get ready to have  good time at the Rotary Club Annual Dinner Auction on Saturday, Nov. 3  5:30p.m. till 11:00p.m. This year’s theme is MASH and it’s all happening at Fr. Joe Family Center, Immaculate Conception Parish, at 420 North St. Milan. Tickets $40 per person includes beer, wine and meal or Corporate table $350 seats 8 […]

Foundation Grants Given to Recognize Efforts and Improve Lives in Milan

Foundation Grants Given to Recognize Efforts and Improve Lives in Milan

Small city, big heart. I believe that applies to Milan.  Three motivated people, Isabelle Schultz, Don Harkness and Millard Phillips are credited for their vision and efforts to improve the city.  For seven years donors have generously supported and encouraged the Greater Milan Area Community Foundation. The Award Ceremony on September 20 recognized the efforts […]

City Administrator Offers Insight for Milan at Chamber Breakfast

The Milan Chamber of Commerce Breakfast was September 14 at the Milan Senior Community Center. Sponsors were Milan Physical Therapy and Say Yes Fitness. Among the attendees was State Representative Rick Olson from District 55, Barbara Henley, London Township Supervisor and Ben Swayze, City Administrator.  Swayze gave an update on the activities of the City […]

Advertising Your Business During a Recession

By: Ezekiel A. Enriquez (Wilted Rose Productions) When the economy is dreadful and the future looks bleak, the first instinct a business owner will have is to cut costs to reduce spending. The advertising and marketing budgets are often the first to go. But, given the state of our country’s economy, is it a wise […]