Alyce Cheever shared a post to Facebook a few weeks back and had tagged Kris Grabinoski in it asking her to show me the post. It was a video of a robot garden weeder.
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Lately after what seemed an eternity, the sky has cleared, the sun is shining and we can finally feel the warmth of the day.
SPIRIT LAKE – The Iowa Lakes Community College Board of Trustees approved the 2018 spring candidates for graduation at the board’s monthly meeting Tuesday, Feb. 15 at the Spirit Lake campus.
Once someone hears about or sees you with your antique fire engine, one of three questions are frequently asked:
Armstrong joined cities from across the State of Iowa to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Home Rule Amendment to Iowa’s State Constitution by passing a proclamation stating, “Home Rule is esse
5-7 p.m., Sunday at Henry-Olson Funeral Chapel in Armstrong
Armstrong’s City Council approved the purchase of a speed trailer at Monday’s council meeting.
Concerned resident and property owner Keith Lange spoke to the council on Monday night about the condition of C Avenue.
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a $37,500 budget amendment to cover higher court-ordered youth shelter care and detention.
I have written this column dedicated to kids with learning disabilities (even small ones) and the teachers who take the time to help them.