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Whips and cables

October 17, 2018 EPCO is depending upon Estherville to provide a ready, experienced, hard-working crew to its power distribution cable manufacturing division, and it’s happening in early 2019. more »»

 
 
 
Fire damages Estherville Foods

October 17, 2018 No injuries were reported in a fire Tuesday afternoon at the Estherville Foods Plant located at 105 N. Fourth St. in Estherville. Estherville Fire Chief said the fire was reported around 2:20 p.m.. more »»

ELC numbers continue to decline

October 17, 2018 The Estherville Lincoln Central School Board heard the certified enrollment for the current school year and the news was expected—not good. more »»

Gassman fundraiser Thursday

October 15, 2018 District 7 Representative Tedd Gassman will be in Estherville for a fundraiser Thurs. Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. Cody Hoefert, co-chair of the Republican Party of Iowa will be speaking on Gassman’s behalf . more »»

Treasurers office & drivers license station closed Tues-Wed.

October 15, 2018 The Emmet County Driver’s License station and the Emmet County Treasurer’s Office will be close at noon on October 16 and closed all day on October 17, 2018 due to Iowa DOT driver’s license... more »»

Oh no! It’s snow!

October 14, 2018 Oh no! It’s snow! By Amy H. Peterson with photo by Jennifer Astello It’s snowing early in the season as the first measurable snowfall arrived Saturday night. more »»

Estherville plant wins water award

October 14, 2018 The water from the Estherville water treatment plant is prize-winning. more »»

Estherville Parks and Rec Board New life for old pool?

October 10, 2018 There's nothing yet set in stone, concrete or cement, but the city of Estherville is contacting pool repair companies to look at what it would take to seal the cracks, replace the filters, and... more »»

Chamber meal measured in love

October 10, 2018 How do you measure a year in the life of a community? In facades. The Excel Estherville organization has given out 44 facade grants since the program starte. more »»

Supreme court reviews case of justice for Thomas

October 10, 2018 With reporting from the court media pool Attorneys for Lee S. more »»

Old pool may get temporary new life

October 9, 2018 There's nothing yet set in stone, concrete or cement, but the city of Estherville is contacting pool repair companies to look at what it would take to seal the cracks, replace the filters, and... more »»

Jensen, Budach crowned ELC royalty

October 7, 2018 Lindsey Jensen and Chase Budach were crowned 2018 Homecoming Queen and King at Estherville Lincoln Central’s coronation and pep rally on Friday. more »»

Scholten returns to Estherville

October 7, 2018 Congressional candidate J.D. Scholten returned to Estherville last Thursday, in barnstorming through the 39 counties in Iowa’s Fourth Distric. more »»

G-T weighs in on mentor teachers

October 7, 2018 Editor’s note: in Monday’s edition of the Estherville News, our newsroom looked into the teacher leadership programs across the state, which were praised by the governor recently. more »»

Rendering plant on corrective action plan

October 1, 2018 City administrator Penny Clayton handed council members a copy of a letter from Dan Hildebrandt, President/CEO of Farmers Union Industries, addressed to Estherville Mayor Kenny Billings. more »»

Graettinger-Terril royalty

September 30, 2018 Graettinger-Terril Homecoming Queen and King Kailee Hauge and Carter Murray ride in Friday’s parade in Graettinger with crownbearers Grace Hoffman and Blake Behrends. more »»

ELC celebrates homecoming

September 30, 2018 Estherville Lincoln Central celebrates homecoming this week. more »»

Food and fun for a good cause

September 30, 2018 People gathered together for a night of good food, good music and guest speakers, all in the name of Good Samaritan Society of Estherville last Thursday. Each year an annual benefit dinner is held. more »»

A successful Pink Out Night

September 30, 2018 Estherville Lincoln Central third and fourth graders sang the National Anthem prior to the start of the ELC vs. North Union Volleyball match last Thursday. more »»

Students learn it’s best to be safe

September 30, 2018 Fourth-graders from Estherville Lincoln Central spent half the day on Friday at the Emmet County Fairgrounds learning about safety, with a large focus on safety on the farm. more »»

 
 

Estherville Noon Kiwanis October 23, 2018

Estherville Noon Kiwanis, a group of business and profes- sional leaders dedicated to changing the world one child at a time, meets every Tuesday. more »

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