It will be back to business as usual Monday, May 25 when the Emmet County Courthouse is scheduled to reopen.
Absentee voting has taken a huge spike in Emmet County, due to the precautions county election officials are taking to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Why? That’s what a lot of consumers are asking themselves as they hear stories of milk dumping in Wisconsin and euthanizing hogs in Iowa and Minnesota. Why does there seem to be a glut of ag products yet no relief at the grocery shelf where prices are creeping up.
By Clinton J. Davis Last week we looked at the beginning of the Spanish Flu coming to the Armstrong area and the doctors who helped both in town and abroad during the pandemic and WWI. We begin this week with a man who served in office during the flu pandemic that would claim lives of several residents and sicken many more.
With the June 2, 2020 Primary Election nearing, it is time to get to know your candidates. A question and answer form was sent to the County Supervisor District 5. There are four Republican candidates and one Democrat candidate that will be on the ballot. The top Republican and Democrat will be on the ballot in November.

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