The Fourth of July came and went. There is no smashed candy leftover on the parade route, no leftover cleanup in the park, no messes from the street dance.
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Its been a fair old while since I’ve sat down and put fingers to keyboard – and hasn’t the world changed!
Few people realize that Emmet County had over thirty post offices from 1857 to the present day.
Jason Pergande, owner and operator of Pergande Enterprises, is now offering commercial and residential bug spray for yards and foundation.
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.
Update on Water Plant
The reopening of the Emmet County has been going well – or at least as well as can be expected during a pandemic.
Despite strict COVID restrictions for six weeks, the Emmet County Conservation Board learned at their monthly meeting Thursday, July 1 that campers are happy in complying with social distancing rul
Congratulations to Kay and Rodney Naig at Hi-Way Grocery for being honored as 2019 Business of the Year. Hi-Way has been the lone grocery store in this town for a number of years.
Today, July 1st, Jerry D. Wiseman celebrates his 50th year in the newspaper business. July 1, 1970, he bought the Armstrong Journal and Ringsted Dispatch from Ken Miller.