Thankful for an Oil Spill!
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This is a short note about a family in crisis.
The Armstrong Betterment Club has always felt short of helpers when it comes to benefiting the town and the towns yearly activities.
It doesn’t matter if you one, two or a 102 employees, safety is a major concern.
No matter where you find your news, from your local newspaper, radio station or on the internet....Journalism matters.
While we usually can’t wait until winter’s over in Northwest Iowa, the same thing could be said about this fall.
October 4, 1968. This is 25 years before I was born. 1968 is the same year that Armstrong celebrated 75 years. October 4, 1968 was just the start of something special.
Several streets saw major upgrades last week, the biggest being 8th Street by the Methodist Church. Practically the entire 8th street from the corner of 1st ave to 3rd ave got a fecelift.
This Thursday marks a milestone in the history of Dorothy Cronk, editor of the Armstrong Journal/Ringsted Dispatch.
For some time now, the seniors at North Union High School have been asking the administration about having open campus.