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‘Almost, Maine’

By Milan Eagle media Here are a few scenes from a cold and magical night in Almost, Maine. It’s called Almost because the citizens are not organized enough to be a town. This night they experience the power of the heart. Relationships – old love, new love, changing love, ending love and everything in between. […]

Highlights from November City Council

By Martha Churchill Council passed an ordinance allowing the City Building Inspector to enforce building codes, along with police, the fire chief, fire marshal, and public health and safety inspectors. The law was needed to give the Building Inspector authority to do his or her job.  Another officer created by ordinznce: Information technology and communications […]

Ants on a log a great snack

By MSU extension office Often when children get home from school they are hungry and ready to snack on something. It seems like there is always a lot to squeeze in between coming home from work or school and eating dinner. Michigan State University Extension recommends eating a healthy snack to provide a helpful boost […]

Celebrate Your Family Heritage Over the Holidays

By Marie Gress, LMSW – Director of Operations // Lead Resource Advocate at MSHL What’s your favorite family tradition over the holidays?  Over the past year and a half, MSHL has enjoyed celebrating the heritage of our members and volunteers and this is how their culture’s celebrate Christmas: In South Africa, it’s summer so families spend […]

Eternity Matters: UNDERSTANDING WHAT YOU SPEAK FROM YOUR LIPS

By Norma Shull Smith I have really struggled with what to write about for the December edition of Eternity Matters. It should be an easy column, as the season of Christmas is upon us, but the more I thought about what to write, the more I was led in another direction. I realize many take […]

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