Norman Rassmussen inspects the masonry work during the new sign project at the St. Johns Lutheran and Ringsted Memorial Cemetery.
Curtis Haahr and John Schreiner Jr., two World War II veterans met and discussed their experiences together at Haahr’ home.
On Monday, September 21 the blood drive came to Armstrong. Staying busy all day, they took 38 walk-ins, 6 no shows, 3 deferrals, and a total of 57 dinars. Their quota was 55.
Three incumbents and one newly elected board member were sworn in during the regular board meeting of the North Kossuth School Board.
Last December Aluma Trailers presented the Shayla Bee Fund with three unique wagons. One of them was raffled off this year.
Blacktop Services began milling Highway 9 on Wednesday and Thursday, September 23 and 24th. When the milling is done, an overlay of blacktop will be added.