Dear snow birds,
You are here
A need has been identified in Emmet County for a volunteer program to pick up groceries and other essentials for those at-risk or home bound as the COVID-19 public health emergency continues.
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, March 31 meeting approved a five-year plan for secondary road improvements.
The City of Armstrong was recently awarded 7 gallons of Diamond Vogel Paint for a beautification project on the City Maintenance Shop.
Effective immediately, the Armstrong Journal office will be closed to the public through means of foot traffic.
The Emmet County Conservation Board in a teleconference meeting Thursday, April 2 decided to keep county parks and campgrounds open, but restrooms and showers and playground equipment closed to the
With schools closed until April 13 and many businesses on lockdown and people working from their homes, the Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, March 24 meeting discussed how to mit
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, March 24 meeting held a public hearing and approved the county budget for fiscal 2021.
As we approach nearly three weeks of the coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting our everyday lives here in the Armstrong area, we need to remember why we are living this way. To stay safe.
There are currently strict visitor restrictions in place at Valley Vue, Spring Creek, and Main Street Manor.