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Exchange student excels in America

Exchange student excels in America

By Balinda Zimmerman Oyugi Fonicus (pronounced O-you-gee Fon-e-cuss) came to America from the northern part of Uganda as a foreign exchange student via connections through his teacher.  Fifteen years ago, the Ankley family from Imley City, Michigan sponsored a young man named Daniel to come to America to attend seminary. The Ankley family is the […]

American Heritage Girls celebrate

American Heritage Girls celebrate

By Joyce Ervin Celebrating the American Heritage Girl’s 20th Anniversary found the girls from Milan’s Troop 2407 busy earning a special badge and eating cake. More than 30 of the sixth-grade Explorer girls participated in the event that was held at the Milan Free Methodist Church where tables with activities necessary to fill badge requirements […]

Veterans Day ceremonies

Veterans Day ceremonies

By Balinda Zimmerman The City of Milan held the traditional Veterans Day Ceremony at the Wilson Park Veteran’s Memorial Site on Wabash St. on Sunday, November 8, 2015.  The event began with the entrance of the George A. Falk VFW Post Color Guard followed by an introduction of Don Tillery who was recently appointed as the new Police Chief […]

Editorial: Good Deal or Bad Deal?

By Doctor Eduardo Enriguez America once again finds herself in the cross road of deciding if the agreement with a foreign country may affect the life of future generations and the stability and peace of the entire world. We all want peace, not many people like or promote war on this planet, but what happens […]

Editorial | Straight talk: ‘Race, Reason for Racism’

Well we arrive to the third of the series, and perhaps none of this makes sense if you did not read the last two editorials. In essence the intension still is to put some clarity and real understanding of all this issue of race that as I said before consumes the fiber of America. We […]

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