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Veteran of the Month: Donald Tillery

By Milan Eagle Media “I don’t remember becoming interested in the service, I was raised that you graduate high school, serve your country, and then go on with your life and make your mark. I can tell you that I was certainly a black sheep being a military policeman! I am the only person in […]

Community expresses thanks to local police

Community expresses thanks to local police

By Martha Churchill Mayor Michael Armitage gave the community a chance to say “thank you” to local police officers for protecting the public at all hours of the day and night, and sometimes risking their lives for public safety. The event took place at Symons Elementary School on October 22, where colorful hand-made cards were […]

Resident’s Complain about Delinquent Tax Notices – Again

By Marion Dupuis Last tax season, over 100 Augusta resident complained that their mortgage companies didn’t get their tax bills, or they were served with delinquent tax notices while having proof of payment to the township treasurer’s office. Still others were trying to straighten out two year old, paid tax bills, that became delinquent tax […]

Highlights from March city council

FREE INTERNET SERVICE APPROVED IN DOWNTOWN MILAN City Council approved a wireless internet system for the entire downtown including Wilson Park. Anyone downtown can check email and surf the web, indoors or out. Technology Director Chris Slay says the tower for the city’s internet system is on the roof of the Milan Area Fire Department. […]

Milan first responders honored at tribute event

Milan first responders honored at tribute event

By Harry Ervin Members of Michigan’s state legislature came to Symons Elementary on Friday, March 13 to recognize the first responders involved with the 50-car pile-up on U.S. 23 and present them with a tribute from Gov. Rick Snyder. The accident on Jan. 9 claimed one life and seriously injured others. It could have claimed more if […]

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