St. Edmond used a couple of big plays to set up two first-half touchdowns and made those scores hold up in 12-0 Class A district football win over the North Union Warriors.
Chief of Police Craig Merrill has been ordered by the Armstrong City Council to pay back $21,412.16 of the $24,774.40 paid time off he received.
In this weeks paper, readers will find a press release submitted by Mike Martens regarding a Burt man in a one car accident. The citizens of Armstrong should know that our police department was first on scene.
The leaves are falling, the temperature is dropping and the nights are drawing in – it must be Fall which means… we are off to DISNEY!!! but before we disappear, let’s talk summer!
Art Pixler was sworn in as a new member of the North Union School Board on Monday, September 25. Art ran for the position that was formerly filled by George Walker who decided to not run again. Also sworn in were incumbents Jen Von Bank, Mike Bierstedt and Gene Miller.
The North Kossuth Elementary was one of five schools in Iowa named as a National Blue Ribbon School. The school received the award for overall academic excellence or for their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.

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Last week was a great week. Seemed to go slow at times but the weather was nice and I had a great visitor stop in to the office.

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