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Milan citizen announces her retirement

Retirement from the Milan Public Library is opening a new chapter in the life of Joyce Armitage.  She is looking forward to spending more time with her family after serving more than 17 years as the library office manager.  Armitage plans to entertain her grandson, Landon, in the playroom she created for him at her […]

Milan choral students entertained with a winter concert

This holiday season began for Milan Area Schools with the annual Choir Concert performance.  The Milan High School and middle school choir members entertained a full house on Dec. 3 at the Dennis McComb Center for the Performing Arts under the direction of choral music teacher Shayla Powell. Various musical selections were performed to include […]

Milan Bakery and Milan Free Methodist Church take home the winning prize

Annually, the Milan Area Chamber of Commerce holds a Best Window Display and Float Contest, held in conjunction with the Annual Christmas Parade. All business with retail frontage in the City Limits of Milan are eligible.  Years prior we asked businesses to enter through an application, but this year dropped the application to include everyone who […]

Long time volunteer at the Milan Senior and Community Activity Center retires to another community

Ninety-eight-year-old Hermionie Fauser, a long time volunteer at the Milan Senior and Community Activity Center, has retired to another community after serving for more than 30 years at the center. Fauser was honored by more than 80 community members that came to pay tribute to her with a plaque and picture that will be placed […]

Lincoln Seniors: Testimony of our faith as we celebrate our survival on 12-13-12

A group of Lincoln Golden Ages senior’s decided it would be a great idea to go out to dinner at the Lighthouse Restaurant in Milan Michigan the day AFTER the day the world was supposed to come to an end.  Yes, we silly senior citizens will do most anything for a good time, a few […]