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Filmmaker Mitchell Keeran’s documentary Summer Ball featuring baseball in Bancroft received accolades by all those who have watched. And he is receiving awards for his hard work. Keeran submitted … more
Writing this last article has not been easy. My decision to make this change and move on from the library has been a very difficult one. I accepted this position over 12 years ago, at the time I had … more
A mask. To wear or not to wear. That is the question. I have tried to avoid writing about the pandemic, but that is difficult to do because every newspaper you pick up and every television or radio … more
Farmers - the time is almost here for you to consider fungicide and insecticide applications! Insects or disease can change your yield potential on your corn and beans. Jon offers ground and air … more
Jason Pergande, owner and operator of Pergande Enterprises, is now offering commercial and residential bug spray for yards and foundation. The application can be applied to your lawn, turf, and … more
With all school districts required to have their Return to Learn plan submitted to the state by July 1st, district patrons now have an idea of how things will look in August. According to North … more
Kossuth County 4-H and FFA members were pleased to hear that the 2020 fair will be held. But it will come with changes in accordance with guidelines set by state public health officials. The … more
Respect, fun, flags, family, fireworks and community. These are things I witnessed first hand this past weekend when my wife, Diane, and I visited my brother and sister-in-law and attended events in … more
Jerry and Becky Wiseman purchased the Armstrong Journal and Ringsted Dispatch on July 1, 1970 from Ken Miller. In 1975 the Wisemans sold the newspapers to Mike Davis and bought the Garner … more
Citing an ongoing court battle over assessment of StateLine Cooperative’s Halfa feed mill, the Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday chose to take no action on the cooperative’s request to … more
Swea City Mayor Wendy Zielske urged residents to stand up and be counted at the Wednesday, June 17 council meeting. And there was a good reason. A full and complete count is needed for the city to … more
“Life is a journey and we are glad that ours started in Ledyard.” With these words, the Ledyard High School Class of 1963 sent a message to the residents of Ledyard that they were not forgotten. … more
A Kossuth County methamphetamine dealer was sentenced Thursday to 14 years in federal prison. 30-year-old Christopher Hanson of Lakota received the prison term after a guilty plea to conspiracy to … more
I ran across this clip the other day that was an extract from a 1950 Home Economics Book. As husbands read this clip, if you tend to agree with it or even smile, I may suggest you grab a pillow and a … more
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