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District 27 Representative Mark DeVries visits Philip schools

Mark DeVries visited the Philip schools on Thursday, April 19. He was implementing a legislature-back-to-school program in which he hoped to visit with students in most, if not all, of the schools in his district.

In the Philip High School, he first quizzed students on how much they already knew about state lawmaking. He said he was pleased with their responses.


Philip All-School Play "Daddy's Girl"

The secret recipe is the key ... Laughter and a heartwarming ending are on the menu at the Philip All-School Play “Daddy’s Girl”.

The Philip All-School Play will be performed Thursday, May 3, and Sunday, May 6, in the Philip Fine Arts Building.

Directed by Laura O'Connor, the large cast covers an amazingly wide range of hilarious characters. The crotchity restaurant owner has loyal customers who eat there for almost any reason other than his company. Only two people can still put up with him.


Milesville Post Office celebrates 100 years

by Gayla Piroutek

"The first Star Route between Cherry Creek and Milesville was opened in 1919. Evan Griffith was the first mail carrier and though he had an automobile, he had to switch to horses at least half of the time as the only roads were trails. Griffith managed to get the mail through practically every conceivable way from 1919 to 1925, when Frank Dutton took over the route. Dutton handled the mail toting chores from 1925 until 1933, when Kenneth David took over.