The New Year’s bells have rung and 2018 is here. The other day I ran across a saying that I thought was very appropriate as we begin this new year in a positive manner. Here it is.
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The Kossuth Regional Health Center clinic received a thoughtful gift from a very special patient just a few days before Christmas this year.
Happy New Year. Because of early newspaper deadline, I am writing this column before the Christmas holiday has even started.
With end of the year activities taking place at the North Union Schools, the North Union School Board received updates on school happenings during their monthly meeting on Monday, December 18.
The Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge cordially invites the public to participate in a Christmas Bird Count hosted by the Refuge on Thursday, January 4th.
By Kim Meyer
Merry Christmas. This is the time of year that many folks have been waiting for and the hustle and bustle will slow down and it will be time to share with family and friends.
Six fire departments helped battle a fire that destroyed three hog barns and left thousands of pigs dead early Friday morning in Emmet County.
With winter in full swing and impending snow storms, the North Kossuth School Board held a lengthy discussion on snow removal during their December 11 meeting.
In one hour’s time, over 100 women have the opportunity to make a $10,000 impact on the life of one person or the lives of several individuals.