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A large crowd gathered for the January meeting of the Amery Community Club, where the guest speaker was Mayor Paul Isakson. Isakson presented a “State of the City” address, giving updates on matters within Amery.

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The Amery Lions honored a family, who has built a foundation largely made of generosity and community contribution. Led by their patriarch, Norm, the Osero family gathered for the presentation of the Melvin Jones Award, a high honor, on January 13.

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If victory is the goal, then it takes determination to get you there. An Amery High School junior, Walker Ingham, has proven he most certainly has that determination as he sped toward a wrestling accomplishment and grabbed it.

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There has never been an easy answer when it comes to the fate of the Amery Classic Theater. During the January meeting of the Amery City Council, it was shared that the most recent attempt to purchase and fix up the theater has fallen through. “As far as the Amery Theater goes, we have had q…

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For current seat holders in local elections, papers of non-candidacy needed to be filed by December 27, 2019. It seems as if the faces of some people we have become quite familiar with, will not be returning to office. 

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In the coming months Amery's City Hall, Library and Police Department are slated to share space in a new location according to an announcement made at City Council Wednesday, January 8.

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Adventures are funny things. Some are simply happy accidents-a single spark that ignites an unexpected chain of events. Some adventures though, may seek you out, whether you want them or not, and take you somewhere you never imagined you would be. Roger Valasco has experienced a little of bo…

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The City of Lakes does not just provide recreation in the summer and if you drive past any of Amery’s surrounding waters, you just might find more bodies utilizing them than during warmer months.

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In the coming months Amery's City Hall, Library and Police Department are slated to share space in a new location according to an announcement made at City Council Wednesday, January 8.

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A small group has a new member. Formally having a membership of only six, Amery’s Grady Martin has scored his way to 100 points to sit next to Ryan Humpal, Matt Mullendore, Tanner Tryggestad, Kyle Schultz, Jake Mullendore and Jackson Henningsgard. 

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Thoughts of spring, vibrant flowers and plants may be just what it takes to  get through a cold and snowy winter. When many people in Amery think about preparing to dig their hands in the dirt, Dragonfly Gardens comes to mind. The business started by Rob Bursik is now under new ownership.

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They say time flies when you are having fun. If that is the case, it seems as if 2019 must have been a blast.