When Dona and LeRoy Opsal were married, my mother was scanning the shelves of the local grocery store, trying to find a variety of Gerber I might like. And I started on Social Security nearly a year ago.
Emmet County Naturalist Ashley Reed shows one of the displays in the Nature Center basement.
The Emmet County Nature Center east of Wallingford since its inception has been a hallmark of nature displays since the building was first constructed about 10 years ago. Since then, steady improvements have made the Nature Center a great showcase of what nature has to offer in Emmet County.
Emmet County voters largely followed state and U.S. House District 4 trends in how they cast their ballots in the midterm general election Tuesday, Nov. 6.
If these pictures seem familiar to you, it is because I have used them recently in my columns. When I requested more information about the picture of the high school students in the library at St. John’s High School, I was pleased to hear from James Bradley (via his brother, Pat).
Braden Ortman, Bancroft Water Superintendent, was presented the Water Fluoridation Quality Award for 2017 by I-Smile coordinator Lezah Hanson.    The certificate reads as follows: The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention commends this water system for its consistent and professional adjustment of the fluoride content to the recommended level for oral health for 12 consecutive months in 2017.
The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention has awarded the City of Bancroft’s water system with a Water Fluoridation Quality Award for 2017. This was presented to Braden Ortman, city water superintendent during the Bancroft City Council meeting on November 5.
Ethan Marso (left) and Quintin Frambach (right) with some tiger salamanders we found.
By: Julie Fosado, Assistant Naturalist--Kossuth County Conservation Board
Emmet County Naturalist Ashley Reed shows one of the displays in the Nature Center basement.
Braden Ortman, Bancroft Water Superintendent, was presented the Water Fluoridation Quality Award for 2017 by I-Smile coordinator Lezah Hanson.    The certificate reads as follows: The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention commends this water system for its consistent and professional adjustment of the fluoride content to the recommended level for oral health for 12 consecutive months in 2017.
Ethan Marso (left) and Quintin Frambach (right) with some tiger salamanders we found.

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