Voters in the North Kossuth School District went to the polls for a second time on February 6 to decide the fate of a voter approved PPEL which was defeated again.
Twenty years ago and only a few months out of college, Dr. Merle Tigges took a leap of faith and decided to move back to Bancroft and open his own chiropractic business. Tigges, a native of Fenton, purchased Moreau Chiropractic Clinic and officially took over on February 1, 1998 at 101 N. Portland location.
Over a period of almost 14 years, Andrew Matheason of Graettinger allegedly embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars from his local church without ever being detected.
Several items were crossed off the list of agenda items during the consent agenda portion of the regular monthly meeting of the Armstrong City Council Monday night. Those items were: Appeal hearing on order to remove dog, rescinding employee call time, and the discussion of grievance/petition against Council Member.
It’s damp, rainy and 40 degrees, which can only mean one thing, the Pritchard family are safely across the pond and settling into life back in the UK.
By: Clint Davis Loren and Janine Kinnander sat in the front row at the Armstrong Betterment Club Awards Banquet. They sat in attendance with their four children Courtney, Whitney, Claudia, and Brandi, and many more family members.


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