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St. Paul Lutheran Sunday School Honors Our Soldiers

St. Paul Lutheran Sunday School had a very special guest visit on Sunday December 2, 2012. Corporal Miles Cooper of the United States Marine Corp. shared some of his experiences with St. Paul Lutheran Sunday School. He was stationed at Camp Lejeune and served in Afghanistan for 9 months. He is married to his beautiful wife Jess Cooper and they have a precious 6 […]

Annual book fair held just in time for Christmas gift giving

The  annual 50%-off Book Fair was held at Paddock Elementary School just in time for Christmas gift shopping, Wendy Koza, owner of the Milan Dollar store, has four sons and said shopping the book fair for their Christmas gifts, at great prices, was helpful.  “Books are one thing I feel good about buying,” Koza said. […]

Milan Rotary Santa to the Needy

Milan Rotary Santa to the Needy

Following a tradition of many years Milan Rotary Club performed their annual food distribution to families in need. In partnership with Aid in Milan and Milan Schools Rotary benefited 19 families this season. Each family received 4 to 8 boxes of groceries, as well as peanut butter and potatoes and home supplies such as laundry […]

Road Angels Spread Cheer with Kids Christmas Party

Road Angels Spread Cheer with Kids Christmas Party

Once again the Milan Road Angels opened the doors to their clubhouse on Petersburg Rd. to spread Christmas cheer to Milan.  Some of you may remember attending as a kid and now hundreds of children have been given the opportunity to make those same happy memories. The local Milan channel and Aid in Milan have […]

Milan Police Department Crime and Incident Summary for November 25, 2012 thru December 1, 2012

This is a summary of incidents that the police department responded to over the last week. It is meant to provide a review of the type and variety of issues occurring in the community that the PD handled. It does not reflect every incident responded to, as some may be too sensitive to list on […]