Over the next few weeks rural residents in Swea City and parts of Armstrong will see fiber optic lines being buried. The project taking place now will be in the rural Swea City area South of Highway 9 and some customers in the Southeast corner of rural Armstrong. This is phase one of two phases.
Sarah is pictured with her grandmother, Wanita Hammond in front of the two garage doors that beautifully display the creativity and talent of Sarah.
Wanita Hammond of Ringsted has a really good reason for keeping her garage doors closed. Her granddaughter, Sarah (Strueker) Cheever has painted a beautiful rural sunset mural on the two garage doors of Wanita and Jim’s home on North 1st Street.
A new taxiway will greatly improve efficiency at Estherville Municipal Airport, thanks to a 100 percent grant from the Federal Aviation Administration and the CARES Act.
By Kristin Grabinoski Marla Nicole Sturm (Nikki) has always had the love of dance in her heart because it was her sport of choice for most of her life. She is now hoping to share her love of dance with area children.
By Michael Tidemann Faced with a state mandate, the Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, Oct. 6 meeting formally voted to leave the County Social Services mental-health and developmental-disabilities service region.
First Armstrong Public Library from 1945.
On October 8, 2020 the Armstrong Public Library would have celebrated 50 years of business. The first public library was started in May of 1927. A group of citizens started the library and anyone who paid one dollar to enroll was entitle to check out books.
Sarah is pictured with her grandmother, Wanita Hammond in front of the two garage doors that beautifully display the creativity and talent of Sarah.
First Armstrong Public Library from 1945.

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