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notes from the chief for May 2015

On February 4, 1991, just 24 years ago, Milan Police Officer Steven Joseph Reuther was shot and killed in an ambush as he arrived for work.  He was targeted for no other reason than the fact that he was a police officer.  His sacrifice is memorialized outside the Milan Police Station in the form of […]

May thoughts from the Chief

Gerald Scherlinck As we leave April behind and head into May, many of various faith backgrounds have recently traversed a period of self analysis, self denial, and sacrifice.  For many this period culminated in a deep faith in the victory of good over evil; in the liberation from slavery into freedom.  The themes of confronting […]