While some people have gotten their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccination, others have questions about the availability for those who do not work in health care or emergency services.
“If anyone has noticed, we kind of have a mess around town,” said Mayor Paul Isakson, opening up discussion about snow removal during the January 6, 2020 City Council meeting. It was determined those who do not clean up their snow will get billed.
A unique mix of fog and frost has led to a breathtaking landscape in the area. Picturesque scenes and reasonable temps and made hiking, snowshoeing and winter drives popular over the past week.
As an individual or family, your health and the health of your loved ones is always a priority. Now is the time to take an important step to make sure that you and your loved ones live in a healthy environment.
Life has been full of changes over the past handful of years for Chris Mizell and his wife Gina Alberti-Mizell. First the high school sweethearts were reunited years after going their own way. Next, the animal loving couple made their way from city life to a farm in Baldwin and the owners of…
Nick Silvis who started as a five-year-old “Lion” in Kindergarten has now earned his Eagle Scout Award by sprucing up the outside of the Amery Area Ambulance garage.
It took many hands to construct the building and many hearts to build the church; now members of Amery’s Journey Church are enjoying their new surroundings and welcome anyone who would like to come check it out.
If you would have asked anyone 365 days ago, it is doubtful they would have been able to predict what 2020 had in store. There certainly were challenges, but like any other year there were also triumphs. When readers were asked what they would like to see for Amery in 2021 answers included e…
It looks like a return to school is within reach for those planning to send their children back to in-person learning at the School District of Amery.
Minutes after a rezoning issue, the next argument started during the Dec. 15 County Board meeting when Polk County Administrator Vince Netherland brought the appointment of Mark Kopp to the Polk County Housing Authority and it was met with comments from a Supervisor Joe Demulling.
“We clearly have a Supervisor stepping over her bounds,” was a statement made by County Board Chair Chris Nelson when wrapping up a discussion during the December 15 meeting of the Polk County Board of Supervisors. The meeting started with Supervisor Amy Middleton asking if it was a conflict…