Today, July 1st, Jerry D. Wiseman celebrates his 50th year in the newspaper business. July 1, 1970, he bought the Armstrong Journal and Ringsted Dispatch from Ken Miller.
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By: Jo Ellen Ashmore, Author of “Remembering Armstrong, A Centennial History”
American Revolution Bicentennial
Jerry and Becky Wiseman purchased the Armstrong Journal and Ringsted Dispatch on July 1, 1970 from Ken Miller.
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