The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their regular meeting Tuesday, Sept.
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This very column marks my one year anniversary on Spilled Ink. As I sit here typing I am almost in awe that I have been able to write fifty-two columns and not miss one.
A press release from Senator Chuck Grassley’s office was sent out on Wednesday, September 19 in regards to a letter he sent to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
This rusty gearbox was recently removed from the front of the Armstrong Journal. It was located on the very north building (the old bowling alley).
The City of Armstrong City Council will hold a public hearing on October 8, 2018 to adopt a resolution on proposed changes/amendments to the current water ordinance.
Thanks very much to those of you who have contacted me and said they enjoyed my columns and had more questions.
“We were treated like royalty.”
That’s how Mark Larsen of rural Ringsted felt about the Honor Flight he and nearly 150 other veterans took to Washington, D.C. Saturday, Sept. 15.
Our last day of school
RHS Sixty Years Ago
I can’t quite believe how fast this year is going, summer is only just over, the leaves are only just beginning to turn but Christmas is already creeping in to all the shops - we aren’t big on Hall
The Cities of Armstrong and Ringsted have dodged another terrible storm (knock on wood sound).