We at the Milan Eagle hope all in our community are doing well during this crisis. We will all get through this together. In order to keep people safe and distanced we did not produce a Milan Eagle newspaper for April. Further months have not been determined as we want to adhere to state guidelines and protect the community. We appreciate all our advertisers and readers and look forward to serving everyone again.God bless.
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OBITUARY: Chad E. Humphrey of Clinton, MI

Chad E. Humphrey, age 32, of Clinton, MI, passed away on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 due to an auto accident. He was born in Ann Arbor, MI on April 5, 1985 to Melvin and Lenore Humphrey. Chad was a 2003 graduate of Clinton High School. He worked at Martinrae Industries in Manchester, MI and was […]


Daniel and Michael Fromm are pleased to announce the engagement of their brother, Mark Calvin Fromm to Angela Sue Hensley. Mark Calvin Fromm is the son of the late John Calvin and Erma Sue (Yates) Fromm. He graduated from Milan High School in 1984 and then from Suomi College in 1986. He is employed at […]

Rentschler Farm Museum has been part of the US 12 Statewide Garage Sale for 10 years

By Joyce Ervin Rentschler Farm Museum has been part of the US 12 Statewide Garage Sale for 10 years. The Saline Area Historical Society sale will take place FRIDAY, AUGUST 11 & SATURDAY, AUGUST 12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parking and entrance FREE.  Farm located 1265 E. Mich. Ave. one mile east of downtown Saline. Antiques, […]


Milan Peoples Presbyterian Church hosted a MEGA Sports Camp as their Vacation Bible School in July. It was very well attended with kids from 13 other churches and everyone left with the knowledge that MEGA = ME (and) God Always!! So as never to forget that important promise, all the children made MEGA t-shirts. The […]

Highlights from July Milan City Council

In July, the Milan City Council sent a letter to the Federal Railroad Administration complaining about stopped trains blocking intersections in Milan. The FRA, located in Washington, D.C. received an earful from Mayor Michael Armitage and the council members, because trains are blocking traffic for hours with no apparent reason. The Norfolk Southern has also […]

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