This column marks my two year anniversary of spilling ink on the left column of the Armstrong Journal. Each and every week I pride myself on writing a column that people enjoy.
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By now, most readers have heard the news about Allen Henderson who was murdered in Fort Dodge outside the St. Paul Lutheran Church where he pastored.
Strong complaints from High Lake residents about a neighbor brought a previously tabled nuisance ordinance before the Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, Oct. 1 meeting.
Keith Lange, resident of Armstrong, has announced that he is placing his bid for Armstrong City Council. As a write in candidate, Keith is running in the open slot for council.
“I miss driving terribly,” Evelyn Pape, who turned 94 in June 2019, commented wistfully at the beginning of the interview, adding, “I have two cars, but Kevin drives them.”
Hat’s off to Andrew Carnegie a man who loved earning, learning and libraries. A few philanthropists in the late 1800s really dumped unimaginable amounts of money onto their pet projects.
After hearing concerns from Sheriff Mike Martens about storage space at their Tuesday, Oct.
An evening of meeting the candidates running for positions on the Armstrong City Council and Mayor position will be held on Thursday, October 17, 2019.
When Alyssa Fothergill left for college in the fall of 2016, she would have never imagined that she would be a business owner three years later. But that is exactly what happened to her.