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Obituary: Fay Elizabeth Downing

Britton — Fay Elizabeth Downing, age 92, of Britton, passed away February 11, 2019 in Englewood, Florida.  Fay was born June 25, 1926, the daughter of James and Helen (Olds) Dennison.  She married Leslie Downing on February 17, 1945. Along with her husband, Fay is survived by her children, Linda Cowan, Nancy (Edward) Cecil, Dianne […]

Youth council raises funds

By Joyce Ervin President Travis York and vice president Grace Gyolai of the Milan Mayor’s volunteered to raise funds during the recently held “Let’s Chill Winter Fest”.  The proceeds will go into the general fund to support field trips and other events. Members devote five hours per month volunteering on city projects. Their next volunteering […]

Principal DeSarbo recognizes students

By Milan Eagle media Mindsets matter at Paddock Elementary and principal, Sean DeSarbo, is making sure to recognize students who are displaying one of the five character traits that are taught throughout the year (empathy, resilience, flexibility, optimism, persistence).

Money raised for Talon Out Honor Flights

By Joyce Ervin The Jackson-based American 1 Credit Union is a big supporter of the communities, where they have local branches and that includes Milan. Their 2018 Member Giveback campaign raised more than $314,000 that went to support the Jackson School of the Arts and the Talons Out Honor Flight Organization. A building in downtown […]

Student of the Month: Hannah Strimpel

By Joyce Ervin Milan High School selected Hannah Strimpel as the Student of the Month for March 2019. The designation is provided by Congressman Tim Walberg (R-Tipton) for students that demonstrate exceptional characteristics. In order to be considered, the student must demonstrate exceptional character, display exemplary behavior, serving as a role model to peers, participate […]

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