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Highlights from August City Council

By Martha A. Churchill   The Milan City Council had a work session Aug. 26 to discuss marijuana outlets and growers, and whether marijuana should be grown, processed or sold in the city. John Enos, the city planner, presented information explaining what conditions the city could require, and the various types of marijuana businesses that […]

How do you know if you need an Aging Life Coach?

By Marie Gress, LMSW at Milan Seniors for Healthy Living When you think of a coach, you might think of the man or woman on the sidelines of a basketball game.  They are holding a clip board, watching the game intently, and encouraging their players to do the best they can in the situations they […]

Geraci installed as new pastor

By Joyce Ervin The Reverend Coleman Geraci has recently been installed as pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church of Milan. He brings with him his wife, Rachel and daughter, Ana. Originally from Louisville, KY, he graduated from Centre College in Danville with a degree in mathematics and secondary education. In between graduating college and attending […]

Scholarship awarded

By Joyce Ervin Milan High School senior, Grace Gyolai, was the 2019 recipient of a scholarship to Girls State compliments of the Earl Gladfelter Post 268 Ladies Auxiliary. Gyolai served as state attorney stepping up from the mock city of Knoxville and city council.   Gyolai said the experience was helpful as she was able to […]

Sheppard announces opiod legislation

Sheppard announces opiod legislation

By Joyce Ervin State Representative, Jason Sheppard (R-Temperance) office announced HB 4367 became Public Act 39 in June 2019.  The bill allows certain government agencies and organizations, including public libraries and their employees to keep and administer life-saving opioid antagonists in good faith without fear of prosecution or civil liability. Sheppard’s office stated that drug […]

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