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For the birds

For the birds

By Joyce Ervin For those that followed the care of Public Broadcasting Station’s “Nature” show introducing Fagan, who was featured in the documentary “Parrot Confidential”, we have sad news. Fagan gave a good fight with cholesterol issues before his days ended at the Feathered Friends of Michigan bird sanctuary provided by bird rescuer and Milan […]

MHS graduate takes first place

MHS graduate takes first place

By Joyce Ervin Milan High School 2015 graduate, Marley Tucker, won another award at Ferris State University where she is studying journalism.  She was the First-Place winner of the 30th Annual Campus-Wide Public Speaking Contest. She gave a persuasive speech.  Whether you agree or disagree with her premise, she’s to be congratulated for a job […]

Student of the Month: Dapprich

Student of the Month: Dapprich

By Mary Racette Junior Dustin Dapprich is Milan High School’s Student of the month due to his upstanding character and commitment to his schoolwork and extra curriculars.  Dapprich was chosen by the MHS staff based off of the criteria set by Congressman Tim Walberg’s Student of the Month Program. Dapprich is ranked 27th in his […]

Highlights from April City Council

Milan City Council is scheduled to approve the budget May 7. The budget year starts July 1. It is available for inspection by the public. Millage will remain the same at 16.5, which includes 1 mill designated for roads. With Building Inspector Bob Grostick planning to retire, the city may contract the inspector job. The […]

Library enjoys new drop box

Library enjoys new drop box

By Barbara Beaton A new drive up book and media drop was installed at the Milan Public Library on March 21, thanks in part to support from the Friends of the Milan Public Library. We are thrilled to be able to replace our very old outside book/media drop and to provide the convenience of drive […]