At times like this it is a wonder that more people haven’t figured out to go south for the winter. Nearly 13 inches hit the Armstrong and Ringsted area in less than five days.
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As I was putting the finishing touches on my newest column slated for the February 27, Journal, I received a telephone call from my mother in Spirit Lake.
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Junior Chloe Lofstrom of North Union was selected recently to the first-team all-conference squad by a vote of the league coaches while classmate Brooklyn Prochniak was named to honorable mention l
The North Kossuth and North Union School boards met in separate meetings on Thursday, February 14 to approve to make up school on the following days, that were originally schedule for vacation day
North Union senior basketball player Elliott Hagebock received noticed that he was named to the 2019 Iowa Basketball Coaches Association Boys Academic All State Team.
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors presented awards for 10 or more years of service at the Tuesday, Feb. 12 board meeting.
Last week Journal readers were hopefully surprised to see Days Gone By back in the newspaper. Since Claire Pritchard, who did the column, left for her homeland in the U.K.
In late August of 2007, fifty-three year old Patty Paulson never gave a thought that the lack of energy and the continuous urge to throw up could be the signs of a oncoming heart attack.
Some people like to go south for the winter.
Well, Brandy Kinnander, a North Union High School graduating senior, will go south for the summer – way south, in fact.