Calls for service are up and criminal complaints are up even more, Emmet County Sheriff Mike Martens told the Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their weekly meeting Tuesday, Jan. 14. Martens offered comparative year-end figures for the past three years in his report.
Winter has made a statement. I experienced being a farmer in this type of weather for the first time. For two hours I helped Spencer Clausen feed his cattle. Of course the one time he asks me to help out, the cold affected the equipment so we had some trouble. I reassured him that I know the feeling.
Titans top North Union 48-38 By Greg Grabianowski Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire built a 13-point first quarter lead and went on to a 48-38 non-conference boys basketball victory over the North Union Warriors in Armstrong on Tuesday, Jan. 14.
After being home-bound for a couple days because of the blizzard conditions, one can’t help but talk about cabin fever. There are a number of things to do when you can’t get out of the house, or at least you don’t want to venture out of the house.
The first meeting of 2020 was called to order by newly elected Mayor William Droessler on Monday, January 16. Trent Iverson updated the council on the happenings of the past month.
In age when even megamalls are dying, what does a small town do in order to survive? It fights back with the best weapons it can muster – it’s spirit and uniqueness and warmth.

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Last week I attended the town hall meeting for J.D Scholten in Armstrong. J.D is running for Congress for a second time. Two years ago he narrowly lost to Republican Steve King.

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