The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, Oct. 29 meeting received a request of $7,458 from the Elderbridge Agency on Aging – a slight request from $7,205 funding.
Last week I received a phone call from Vic Rooney. She called my office at the Journal to suggest reading a book that the book club is currently reading. 13 Ways to Kill Your Community is the title of the book. She gave me a few snippets of what she had read so far and she thought I would enjoy reading it.
The North Union elementaries in Fenton and Swea City have implemented a new program this school year. With the help of school counselor Carrie Traever, the Second Step program is now being used weekly at both campuses.
Are you ready to take “a trip down memory lane”? Today, as you look at the fine building housing Hager Foods with its large parking lot, do you ever think of the buildings which existed there in the past? Or, you may be too young to know anything about them.
Thursday evening, October 24 while completing a solo, cross-country flight, an Iowa Lakes aviation student made an emergency landing on a rural Kossuth county gravel road near Bancroft, IA.
Carrie Traever, school counselor at the North Union Fenton Elementary, described how the Second Step Program is being implemented by herself and the staff during the North Union School Board meeting on Monday, October 21.

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