During the regular council meeting Monday night, it was again brought up that the Police computer has still not been returned.
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During the 2018 Iowa High School’s 2A Girls State Basketball tournament, Donna Christ of Ledyard was honored prior to the North Union High School/Panorama quarter finals game on Wednesday, February
With the approach of Spring (WE HOPE!) I have chosen the ordinance that pertains to Dumping of Snow – Leaves and Yard Waste.
NU High School Student receives 2018 Iowa Bankers Association Student Athlete Achievement Scholarship Award in Girls Class 2A Basketball
Kate Anderson, a senior at North Union High School in Armstrong, was recently honored as the 2018 recipient of the Iowa Bankers Association’s Student Athlete Achievement Scholarship Award during th
A petition had circulated the City of Armstrong last month requesting that Councilman Dan Moore be removed from Armstrong City Council.
About two months ago my wife, Taylor, had suggested that she wanted to purchase one of those robot vacuum cleaners.
In my column last week, I noted that Armstrong got her water system in 1896. Primarily, it was plumbed fire hydrants, a deep well, and a steel water tower with a wooden tank.
Valley Vue Care Center’s 2018 King and Queen are Bob Eastman and Bev Kinnander! Bev was born in Ceylon, MN, and was the youngest of four children.
Spring Creek Assisted Living’s Tenant Spotlight shines brightly on Jeanette Marie Syverson. Jeanette was born on a farm in 1936 to Susie and C.H. Clabaugh. She had five brothers and two sisters.
Rembrandt Foods, a producer and processor of eggs, wanted its employees to have the opportunity to grow both professionally and personally — and Iowa Lakes Community College has provided some of th