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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
The Kossuth County Sheriff’s Office is honored to announce the September 1440 Citizen of the Month is Dee Ann Bierstedt of Fenton! Dee Ann was nominated for her lifelong commitment to … more
The Swea City Council at their Wednesday, Sept. 21 heard an update on the city lagoon project and approved the engineer’s contract. An ISG representative updated the council on the lagoon … 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
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
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
How do you celebrate 65 years of being in business? Well you have party of course.  And that is what Nyman TV& Furniture plans on doing this Saturday, September 17.  Brad Morgan will … 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
“This is a duty that one must pursue,” retired Vice Admiral Mike Franken told a group that had turned out to hear his views on a myriad issues Sunday morning at the Thoreson Park shelter … more
Cal Wolterman, former Swea City councilman, was sworn in as a councilmember at the Wednesday, Oct. 17 meeting of the Swea City Council. The council voted unanimously to appoint Wolterman, the only … more
On August 18, 2022,  at about 6:00 a.m., the Kossuth County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a break-in at Bank Plus in Ledyard, Iowa. Deputies responded to the scene and discovered … more
The Kossuth County Sheriff’s Office is honored to announce that Dave Harner of Swea City is the August 1440 Citizen of the Month recipient! Dave was nominated by several community members and … more
After 29 years under the same owner, Oleson Chiropractic of Armstrong has found a new owner, Dr. Shane Taffe who currently has a practice in Algona. Originally from Graceville, Minn., Dr. Taffe … more
The Kossuth County Racing Hall of Fame, established in 2007, seeks to recognize individuals, living or deceased, who distinguished themselves with a record of success or contribution to the … more
The Swea City Council in their monthly meeting Wednesday, July 27 held a public hearing and approved an ordinance setting new dumpster rates. The new rates are: • Two yard - $40 service … more
The Armstrong Journal and Stateline Publications would like to welcome Sherry Grussing as the newest member of our staff. She will be helping with layout, photography, and other news … more
On 07-13-2022 at 11:12 p.m., the Kossuth County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call of a head on collision on Hwy 169 about 2 ½ miles south of Algona. Algona Fire and EMS along with … more
The North Kossuth School board held a short meeting July 14 to approve a variety of items.  The board approved the following items: • To appoint Jennie Larsen as Board … more
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