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Angry step-son spread false information about church

Angry step-son spread false information about church

By Martha Churchill Someone has handed down false information about the early years of Milan’s Marble Methodist Church. The culprit: Joel L. Marble. His step-mother, Hannah Marble, was a founding member of Marble Methodist Church. The church is named for her, and features a stained-glass window in her honor. Born in 1826, Hannah Sherman was […]

43 students added to the National Junior Honor Society

43 students added to the National Junior Honor Society

By Balinda Zimmerman  On January 25, 2018, the Milan Middle School National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) inducted 43 new members. The ceremony took place in the auditorium at the Middle School and was introduced by the adviser to the club, Mrs. Seagrist. The incoming President of the Society, Sophia Satarino, gave opening remarks. The National […]

Building Tomorrow’s Engineers

Building Tomorrow’s Engineers

By Mary Racette The award winning Milan High School Code Red Robotics team breaks barriers and brings together students of all interests to contribute to their ultimate product, an operational competitive robot.  On March 16th the team will travel to Lincoln to compete with 40 teams at the District event.  If they score well, the […]

Dr. Eichler retires after 27 years on Dexter St.

Dr. Eichler retires after 27 years on Dexter St.

By Milan Eagle media Not many people can say they opened and closed their business on the same day, and it is the same day except one is 1991 and the other is 2018. Dr. Jay Eichler, D.P.M. wanted more of a country place 27 years ago when he opened Milan Family Footcare in what […]

Club in Monroe forms for those interested in horticulture

Press release Interested in gardening, landscaping, horticulture? A new club is forming with the express purpose of making horticulture education more available in Monroe and bordering counties. The club may appeal to current and formerly active Master Gardeners, graduates of local high school horticulture studies, community college ag students, garden club members and hobbyists. The […]