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Milan High School Quiz Bowl Team off to a good start

Milan High School Quiz Bowl Team off to a good start

The Milan High School varsity quiz bowl team won their season opener with a 200 vs 170 score against competitor Saline High School.  Coach Jim Brousseau said he was very excited and proud of how well the varsity team started the season. “We have some incredible players returning to the team that have the confidence, […]

Milan Beautification Commission announces contest

The City of Milan and the Milan Beautification Commission are reminding residents to enter the “Lights Aglow and Mistletoe” outdoor  holiday decorating contest.  Judges will be picking the winners the week of Dec.10  and are asking residents to keep their outdoor lights on to aid in the judging.  The final judging will take place on […]

Paddock Elementary School students hold special election

Paddock Elementary School students hold special election

Should I vote for Duck or Cow was the question Paddock Elementary School students pondered before voting on Nov. 6 in the school library at a special voting station created by library teacher Lori Knight. The exercise was educational, fun and taught students the fundamentals of voting.  The candidates were farm animal characters featured in […]

Father of the Bride, Love and Chaos

Father of the Bride, Love and Chaos

Step back in time to the 1950’s before e-mail, cel phones, internet and most likely wedding planners, except for the bride and her mom.  You’ll find excited, nervous brides, fathers  reluctant to let go of their little girls and a list of wedding expenses that seems to grow longer with each passing day.   Welcome to […]

Milan Joins Other Municipalities Opting Out of Mass Transit Plan

October 29 city council meeting had lengthy discussions among members and AATA representatives. AATA Chief Executive Officer Michael Ford and finance officer William DeGroot came and tried to answer the questions and address the concerns from previous meetings regarding the countywide transit system. The idea of spending $100,000 through a millage to support the transit […]