Farmington Woman Wins Woman of the Year

by Terry Rogers   Heather Williams, who is a 15-year survivor of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, was honored to work with a fabulous team of family members and close friends who helped her earn the title of Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Woman of the Year for 2018, raising $14,067.50. She accepted the challenge as a way to […]

Double Lung Recipient Passes Away

by Terry Rogers    Charles Luthor “Chuck” Campbell, Sr., whose friends and coworkers organized a massive fund raising campaign to pay for a double lung transplant seven years ago, passed away on Monday, May 14, 2018. His family said that Campbell was a “fighter to the end,” but that his body had eventually rejected the […]

Flags Honor Local Heroes

The Milford Rotary Club is once again sponsoring Flags for Heroes, a national program to honor our nation’s heroes and heroes in the local community.  Flags will be on display at Bicentennial Park in downtown Milford from May 24 to June 3. “The event is special in two ways,” said event organizer Gary Downes. “One it’s […]

That’s Not a Word

Guest Writer Paula Sangeleer, Middays on Cool 101.3 Learning the English language is no easy feat. I remember as a small child trying to grasp new words and whining as children do, “I can’t”. My mother would always tell me can’t is not a word, so you shouldn’t ever say it, just replace it with […]

Roaring 20s Party Set, June 9

The Milford Museum is excited to announce the Fourth Annual “Roaring 20’s Lawn Party at Causey Mansion”which will be held on Saturday, June 9, 2018 from 5 to 9pm. This fun event will allow guests to step back to a time when speak-easies were the only way to enjoy a nip of alcohol and gangsters […]

DMI plans to expand Santa House use

Downtown Milford, Inc. Board of Directors Seven years ago, Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) set out on a mission to build a new Santa House to replace the House used for decades prior, intending to share the magic of Christmas with more children. Milford and its surrounding communities embraced that mission and thousands of children have […]

Milford Memorial Day Ceremony, May 28

The 22st Annual Milford Memorial Day Ceremony is being held at the Milford Senior Center on May 28, 2018 at 10:00 am. For the past five years, this event has been held in the Milford Senior Center so that attendee’s can be seated and are not being subjected to weather changes. The ceremony is approximately […]

Vinyl is Back & I’m Hooked Again

Guest Writer, Petch, Eagle 977 in the Morning You may or may not have heard that vinyl is back, Sales of vinyl records have been on the rise and many people are discovering or re-discovering the joys of record collecting. My story is like many others from my generation who grew up as a teen […]

SSP Presented Frog Prince, May 11-13

Second Street Players Children’s Theater celebrated their 10th season with the performance of The Frog Prince. Based on the Olenberg manuscript and various editions of the tale The King’s Daughter and the Enchanted Prince by the Brothers Grimm, the show displayed many lessons for children including the old adage to never judge a book by […]

First State Students Attend JUMP

by Terry Rogers    Dancers from First State Dance participated in the JUMP Convention from April 20 through 22, competing as soloists or groups while also attending master classes offered by dance experts from around the world. Students from the dance company entered Contemporary, Ballet, Tap and Jazz competitions. Owen Lawson, 19, placed in the […]

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