A special meeting was held Monday night, April 15, to address an issue with the accepted mowing bids that were voted on at the regular monthly meeting on Monday, April 8.
When I did not receive a response to my request for an “Easter bonnet” picture to use in my column, I gave up hope that I would get one. My project would have to be abandoned, or I could check my own family album.
The North Union Community School District sent out a text message on Wednesday, April 10th at 6:08 p.m. stating that school buses will run on hard surfaces only until further notice.
Yet another winter storm has passed through the area. Although Armstrong and Ringsted missed the heavy amounts of snow projected, Fairmont on north was hammered with snow, wind, and ice.
In the early morning hours of April 15, 2019 Highway 15 just south of Melvin McElwee’s home and business, Iowa Lake Sales and Service. The highway was closed from Fothergill corner to near Stateline. The highway was rerouted while the sink hole was being repaired. A timetable for the highway to be reopened is unsure as of press time.
There’s no dust settling on Dusty Wikert. A five-minute conversation with this human dynamo tells you he’s not just a very busy person. He’s more of a force of nature that’s running a mile a minute. And from the looks of it, there’s no stopping him.

Spilled Ink

Did you read the newspaper last week? If you did, which I hope you did, you would have seen the article I wrote about the Centennial Watch.

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