On November 27, 1997 the Armstrong Ambulance Service received a page from Emmet County Dispatch of a woman in labor on Highway 15 south of Armstrong.
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JoAnn Eaton has worked to raise funds for the pool’s upkeep.
Listed are memorials for Heritage Museum, up through August 15th, 2015.
Memorial gifts in memory of:
Ruth Mart by: Jean Jessen, Dorothy Cronk
The annual Ledyard Tractor Ride participants made a stop in Armstrong to enjoy pie and ice cream on Friday. Sixty-two tractors traveled a loop that started and ended in Ledyard.
Sandi Holm of the Weiby Johnson VFW Auxiliary presented Julie Runksmeier, Elementary Principal of North Union School, Swea City Campus, with school supplies for the coming year.
Most of this months article will highlight some of the things felt with at the council meeting. A few of the times discussed were some house cleaning things to do with our audit from last fall.
The Armstrong Public Swimming Pool held a end of the season pool party on August 13, 2015. They had a great turn out. Running out of hot dogs, and only having 3 bars left over!
On Thursday, August 6, the kids at the Armstrong Methodist Vacation Bible School ran a short marathon around the block.
One hundred years ago: August 12, 1915
Date of The Armstrong Journal is missing from our books.
The Armstrong Museum is getting a facelift. On the top of the front of the building, new siding is being put up. Age had taken its toll on the siding. It was time to be replaced!