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What you don’t do today, you have to make up tomorrow. That could well be the theme of the Emmet County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday, Sept. 20. Due to the Dec. 13 ELC PPEL special … more
The Iowa Lakes Community College Board of Trustees at their monthly meeting Tuesday, Sept. 20 met new faculty members and heard an update on the powersports and power equipment technology program on … more
Small claims Aug. 29 – Accounts Management Incorporated of Sioux Falls, S.D., received a $1,471.25 judgment plus interest and costs from Melissa Lynn Thompson of Estherville. Accounts … more
Two men were arrested recently on drug charges at Okamanpedan State Park in rural Emmet County. According to Emmet County Sheriff Mike Martens, a sheriff’s deputy on patrol September 11th … more
North Union School Board held their monthly meeting on September 12 to approve a variety of items. The board approved the sealed bids for a 2005 Chevy Impala and a 2006 Chevy Uplander to Gene … more
The North Union softball field in Swea City is in need of some updates due to potential safety reasons. Earlier this year, the board passed a motion to have the potential issues fixed and to … more
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, Sept. 6 meting approved allocating $50,000 in local option sales and services money for utility upgrades at Wolden and Tuttle Lake … more
On August 28, 2022, Rick Fox of Estherville, was in an ATV accident that has ultimately altered his life forever. He has been through multiple surgeries and unfortunately the surgeons were unable … more
Iowa Ag Secretary Mike Naig had an up close look at a local locker when he toured the Armstrong Locker Friday, Sept. 9. Tom and Marilyn Johnstone hosted Naig who has been touring meat lockers … more
It’s Apple Season! If you purchased one of the Armstrong Heritage Museum’s handmade Apple Cookbooks in 2008, now is the time to get it out and choose a new recipe to try. According … more
All good things come to those who wait. And now, Glenn Henriksen of Armstrong has received his due reward. The weekend of Sept. 2-4, Henriksen was inducted into the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll … more
The Emmet Country Auditor’s Office would like to remind voters of the upcoming General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. Offices on the ballot in Iowa this year include … more
The Ringsted Public Library will be hosting a presentation on Ghost Towns of Emmet County on Thursday, September 22nd, at 6:30pm. The program is being presented by the Emmet County Historical … more
One hundred twenty five years ago: September 17, 1897  Publishers: J.A. Reagan & Kasper Faltinson Rev. C. H. Schmidt of Ringsted, Denmark township, will hold service at the city hall … more
Being a small business owner takes alot of hard work and dedication.  And Sara and Brian Winkelman, owners of S&B Distillery in Bancroft, know this first hand.   As a small business … more
The North Union High School in Armstrong will start housing a small food pantry for low-income families and community members in the school counselor’s office. This food pantry will be supplied … more
WALLINGFORD – It might seem just like yesterday since the Emmet County Nature Center was built at High Lake, but like all buildings, improvements are in order. Emmet County Conservation … more
Emmet County Assessor Barb Bohm told the Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, Aug. 30 meeting of changes in a business property tax rollback. Bohm said the previous credit given for … more
A celebration of life was held for Jason Green on August 26, 2022 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Armstrong, IA, with Father Paul Kelly as the Officiant. Jason was laid to rest at St. … more
A nonprofit foundation recently formed to improve and promote the Peterson Point Historic Farmstead would not be covered under the county’s insurance policy, the Emmet County Board of … more
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