Milaca’s preliminary levy increase was set at 2% this year, but the council and mayor seek to cut that increase further in coming months.
A 49-year-old Milaca woman sustained life-threatening injuries Sept. 11 in a two-vehicle collision in Borgholm Township.
Evan R. Larson
Back row: Loretta Magney-Finden, Glen Hohenstein, Ardis Byker-Becklin, Janet Oleen-Burklund, Mark Sederquist, Carol Ablard-Lampbrecht, Lois Fi…
Those who drive, walk, ride, visit or do business on Highway 23 in Milaca are invited take a survey and provide us feedback on potential acces…
Milaca will return to school Sept. 7 without a requirement for masks.
The Milaca School District is welcoming five new faculty members to its ranks this year.
Milaca is hiring an independent firm to handle planning and zoning services.
The Milaca Community Library is excited to continue to team up with Early Childhood Family Education to offer Preschool Storytime on Tuesdays …
An obelisk was added to Milaca’s Veteran’s Memorial in Trimble Park.
The following incidents were reported to the Milaca Police Department Aug. 6-12. The times listed are when a call was received, not necessaril…
The Homegrown Music Festival is returning after a year off due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The new owner of Coal Creek Station intends to reduce carbon dioxide emissions at the power station, pending final approval from regulators.
A 91-year-old man was injured in a July 28 crash in Milaca.
Everybody is invited to the annual Milaca Fly-in Breakfast this weekend.
A fundraising effort has begun to finance the purchase and installation of a new scoreboard at Solhiem Veterans Field in Princeton.
The Milaca Friends of the Library organization welcomes the community to the BUS-eum mobile exhibit, “Hidden or Forbidden No More 1914-1939,” …
A Milaca man is facing up to five years in prison following an alleged domestic assault that left a woman with substantial injuries.
Students in Milaca may soon have an opportunity to learn how banking works firsthand.
The Milaca City Council approved the bonding for a street reconstruction project on Second Avenue Southwest and Third Street and began looking…
A mobile museum exhibit entitled, “Hidden or Forbidden No More: 1914-1939” will be in the Milaca Community Library parking lot (235 1st Street…
An Ohio woman’s music career will come full circle when she returns to her roots to play with her band Friday and Saturday during RecFest.
A new range may draw more archers to Milaca come September.
Eight new members will be to the Milaca High School Hall of Fame.