Three North Union High School students will be targeted for $4,000 each in scholarships every year over the next 10 years, the Iowa Lakes Community College Board of Trustees learned at their monthl
The City of Armstrong invested in their water plant, a plan that took many years to complete.
With very strong public support, the Swea Council at their Wednesday, March 17 meeting agreed to open the city pool this summer – pending finding lifeguards and staff.
Who is hungry for ice cream? Well, the wait is over - well almost. The doors to the Bancroft Drive In are now open but are under new ownership.
Alycia Carroll and Martin Dahl have chosen Saturday, May 22, 2021, as their wedding date at Nazareth Lutheran Church, Armstrong, Iowa.
County Attorney Melanie Summers Bauler urged the Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, March 9 meeting to opposed legislation that would loosen up state probation laws.