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Milan musicians take the stage

By Mary Racette Milan High School student musicians, Grayson Motsinger, Garrett McCracken and Joshua Kanaley, raised money for the theater program by organizing and performing at Concert Night. The event took place at The Dennis McComb Performing Arts Center on a Saturday Night, giving families and students a chance to witness Milan’s young talent.  Motsinger’s […]

Milan High School Greenhouse opens for the season

By Joyce Ervin Just in time for Mother’s Day and spring planting, the Milan High School Greenhouse is opening for business on May 8 with bedding plants, hanging baskets, deck planters, perennials and vegetables grown by botany students under the supervision of Agriscience teacher, Tom Stahl. The quality plants will be a bargain, Stahl said, indicating below […]

Financial Gifts for Your Adult Children

By Gwen Hodges Mother’s Day is almost here. If you’re a mother with grown children, you might receive flowers, candy, dinner invitations or some other type of pleasant recognition. However, you might find that you can get more enjoyment from the holiday by giving, rather than receiving. The longest-lasting gifts may be financial ones – […]

Eternity Matters: IT IS TIME TO REMEMBER

By Norma Shull Smith Whenever I think of the month of May, I think of Memorial Day, a day set aside as a time to remember those who gave their lives for our countries freedom. Remembering is a part of our daily make-up and you and I both know, we have to remember various tasks […]

ON THE RECORD | Santa drew big crowd to Milan’s downtown in 1954

By Martha Churchill Grant M. Jones looks like the man in charge of Santa, as he stands next to the old elf in 1954. The Santa platform was set up on Tolan Street alongside the present-day Hungry Howies. Behind them, you can see the stores on the south side of Main Street. Jones was 32 […]

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