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Plans by the Summit and Navigator pipelines to carry carbon dioxide through Emmet County – and particularly local opposition to them – has drawn the attention of one of the nation’s … more
One hundred twenty five years ago: August 6, 1897  Publishers: J.A. Reagan & Kasper Faltinson The Ladies’ Aid Society will give a ten cent tea at the house of Mrs. James Gallion … more
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors in their Tuesday, July 19 meeting approved allocating $31,352.20 in L.O.S.S.T. funds for the Phase 1 waterline project at the Emmet County Fairgrounds. Fair … 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
Rebecca Hammond of Ringsted is one of four young Emmet County women vying for the title of fair queen.  The coronation will be held July 28 at Skateland on the first night of the Emmet County … more
While drought ravages a lot of farmland to the south and west, Emmet County appears in a sweet spot for weather. Commodity prices, though, could remain anyone’s guess. “We’re … more
The Emmet County Fair begins on Wednesday, July 27th, and runs through Sunday, July 31st. What started out as the Emmet County Agricultural Show has grown through the years to be so much … more
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, July 12 meeting gave the go-ahead for a survey to clear up property boundaries between the county and Ingham Okoboji Lutheran Bible … more
One hundred twenty-five years ago: July 21, 1897  Publishers: J.A. Reagan & Kasper Faltinson  Armstrong School Board: J. L. Guest, T. S. Hays, H. Felky, John Dows, and L. … more
The Armstrong City Council at their Tuesday, July 12 meeting worked out payment details for the new wastewater treatment plant. City Clerk Angie Thompson noted all formal proceedings were … more
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors in their Tuesday, July 5 meeting tried to finesse the details of a pipeline ordinance/resolution that would hopefully ensure compensation for damage to county … more
Henry Olson Funeral Home is pleased to announce it will host a special event to honor members of the all the surrounding communities who have died during the pandemic on Wednesday, July 20, … more
One hundred twenty-five years ago: July 16, 1897  Publishers: J.A. Reagan & Kasper Faltinson  Jo. Hardie had the misfortune to get stung on the hand by a little bee. His whole arm … more
There may be lots of jobs, and higher wages to boot, but higher gas prices and other inflation factors have apparently impacted numbers at Emmet County campgrounds. Emmet County Conservation Board … more
To celebrate their 140th anniversary and in appreciation for the trust and support over those many years, Bank Midwest would like to invite everyone to stop by, say hello,  and enjoy food, … more
3&4 year old girls 1st Mary Croson  2nd Piper Zabka  3rd Scottlyn Blakeley  3&4 year old boys  1st Liam Minnmann  2nd Parker Gerling  3rd … more
On Friday, July 1 at around 7 a.m. someone broke into the B.E. Klean car wash in Armstrong. Shortly before the break-in, owner Greg Buum was at the car wash and left for an hour at which time the … more
On July 2nd at about 11:48 p.m. the Kossuth County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call of a motorcycle in the ditch near the corner of 240th Street and 140th Avenue, about¾ miles south … more
Only minor injuries were reported after a motorcycle left the roadway and ended up in a field near Burt Saturday afternoon.  According to the Kossuth County Sheriff’s Office, … more
Bancroft and baseball are synonymous.   The history of the game is long and well known.  And has brought fame to several individuals through collegiate and national baseball leagues. One … more
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