Two prizes were drawn at the half-time of the North Union Boy’s Basketball game on January 16 for the 2nd drawing of the Quasqui raffle.
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For about $100 a man could secure all the necessary articles he needed in Sioux City, Iowa, to outfit himself for a gold digging expedition to the Black Hills in 1874.
The North Kossuth and North Union School Boards held a joint meeting on January 8 to discuss Superintendent Travis Schueller’s contact.
Last week I printed a story about the gas prices in Armstrong being higher than the state average.
Winter took it’s time getting here, but now it is in full force. With the recent snow accumulation comes snow removal.
Armstrong’s early depot agent,
Mr. D.A. (David) Fitzgibbons
Last year (2017) citizens filed a petition to remove three councilmen off of the Armstrong Council. Over a half a year later the case was dismissed.
“Girl From Iowa Farm Leads Men in Quest for World’s Cattle Prize” The headline in the Anniston (Alabama) Star newspaper in July 1927 was similar to others in newspapers across the country:
It isn’t very often that a book grips you and throws you up against the wall yet leaves you feeling uplifted at the end. Gitchie Girl, a nonfiction account of a Nov.
Letter to the Editor: