It’s not easy for an elderly person to reach 95 and have a good share of her friends listed amongst the “dead” vs the “quick.” In the case of our friend Helen, not only had her close friend of the
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Last week, I officiated at the funeral of a dear friend. During his funeral message I shared portions of a conversation I had had with him several months ago.
The North Union High School will be performing three nights of You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown in the high school gymnasium in Armstrong.
With rising food prices, preparing Thanksgiving dinner can be expensive. In addition, large holiday meals with high calorie foods cause people to overeat.
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their weekly meeting Tuesday, Nov. 30 approved placement of a handhole for fiber optic service on Courthouse property.
Last week this writer spilled his ink about the Armstrong Police Department not getting the information about a hit and run that occurred outside of town by the Emmet County Sheriff’s Department.
The class reunion was GREAT!
The Emmet County Conservation Board at its monthly meeting Thursday, Nov.
In an article written by The Des Moines Register on Thursday, November 1, 2018 it was stated that Rev. Jerome Coyle was stripped of his parish assignments in the 1980’s but was never defrocked.
In an article published in the Armstrong Journal, Bancroft Register, Ringsted Dispatch, and Swea City Herald-Press Deb Jensen claimed that Tedd Gassman had "introduced into committee a bill ca