Art and Mary Bradley are selling the Armstrong Dairy Queen after running the business for 26 years. Their last day of business as owners was Sept. 30.
When you’re an institution, people come to depend on you.
This week I have a mystery picture for you. When my cousin, Dolores Inman and I searched through the latest collection of pictures which were loaned to me, I just couldn’t set this one aside.
Did you know that cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, exceeded only by heart disease. One of every four deaths in the United States is due to cancer.
The City of Bancroft has been in the process of working on abatements to clean up properties throughout the town. City director Crysti Neuman informed the council on October 8 that they are doing very well with taking care of these abatements.
Nothing inspires people more than a nice, fall day. Recent mild weather has kicked Emmet County bridge projects into high gear, with the completion of one of three major bridge projects coming Tuesday, Oct. 16.
An email like this is something I hoped I would never have to send out as a superintendent. However, it is important that you are all made aware. Last night North Union lost one of our own. Jacob Null, a senior at our high school, tragically passed away.
Art and Mary Bradley are selling the Armstrong Dairy Queen after running the business for 26 years. Their last day of business as owners was Sept. 30.

Armstrong Drug Bust

The Armstrong Police Department had help from Matt Reinke and Max. In the photo you can see Matt and Max sitting with the Methamphetamine that was recovered which led to two arrests in Armstrong.

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