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Vicious dogs?

March 22, 2017 Achilles and Athena are young American Bully terriers whose humans are fighting to prove they are not dangerous or vicious. more »»

Enchanted Dancing

March 20, 2017 The Estherville Lincoln Central Dance Showcase spotlighted the team’s lone senior, Bridget Finley, (in pink skirt). more »»

Nature Center foundation banquet

March 20, 2017 The Emmet County Conservation Foundation held its banquet this past Saturday. more »»

Avera Holy Family honored

March 20, 2017 Avera Holy Family Hospital in Estherville, Iowa, was recently named one of the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals in the United States. more »»

ELC plans for personalized learning program

March 15, 2017 Program expected to start in 2017-18 school year By David Swartz Managing Editor Estherville Lincoln Central High School Principal Brad Leonard reported on a new program that will begin next year... more »»

ELC, police respond to threat by student

March 15, 2017 Estherville Lincoln Central officials issued a message to parents late Wednesday afternoon that a high school student had made an unspecified threat against the school. more »»

Thinking warm thoughts

March 15, 2017 The Estherville Parks & Recreation Board met for its monthly meeting Monday night. more »»

Avera/RWC Lifestyle Challenge winners announced

March 15, 2017 Another successful Lifestyle Challenge was completed with the final weigh in on Friday, March 3. This year, the challenge ran for eight weeks and started on Jan. 6. more »»

ELC board OKs FY18 budget

March 15, 2017 The Estherville Lincoln Central School Board unanimously approved a $32.9 million budget for fiscal year 2017-18. The budget is a decline of $1.5 million from the current year’s budget. more »»

ELC Briefs

March 15, 2017 Coffee House is Sunday The Estherville Lincoln Central Patrons of the Fine Arts will be hosting its annual coffee house at 2 p.m., Sunday, March 19 in the high school gym. more »»

Ethanol leaked during cleanup

March 15, 2017 GRAETTINGER — Less than 2,000 gallons of ethanol leaked into Jack Creek as the last three derailed tanker cars were pulled from the creek March 13 south of Graettinger. more »»

Black Hills donates to Gold Star Families

March 15, 2017 Randy Blass, left, and Heath Richter, right, of Black Hills Energy, gave the first corporate donation to the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument, planned for a location in Estherville, to Terry... more »»

Derailment under investigation

March 14, 2017 SPENCER — The National Transportation Safety Board held a news conference Saturday evening in Spencer regarding the investigation into the train derailment that occurred early Friday near Graettinger. more »»

Singing their way to Carnegie Hall

March 14, 2017 The Estherville United Methodist Church Choir is sending 15 people on a trip to New York City from Black Friday until the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. more »»

Quastad benefit Saturday at VFW

March 14, 2017 A fundraiser will be held from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday for Kevin Quastad, at the VFW. more »»

Demoney All Stars for March

March 14, 2017 Demoney All-Stars The March Character Trait at Estherville Lincoln Central this month is perseveranc. more »»

Iowa mental health a struggle

March 14, 2017 At last Tuesday’s Emmet County Board of Supervisors meeting, Judy Tangen, coordinator of disability services, was joined by Bob Lincoln, CEO, and Todd Rickert, Regional Coordinator for County Social... more »»

Train cars derail, several ethanol cars catch fire

March 10, 2017 GRAETTINGER — Twenty-seven tank cars of a freight train carrying ethanol derailed south of Graettinger early Friday morning with several fuel tanks bursting into flam. more »»

Controversy surrounds hog site location

March 8, 2017 The proposed hog buildings Thomas Olson plans to build in section 32 of Lincoln Township passed the master matrix with a score of 475/44. more »»

Dunlavy’s dozen

March 8, 2017 School resource officer Nate Dunlavy reported to the Estherville City Council on his first eight weeks on the job at Estherville Lincoln Central schools at Monday night’s meeting. more »»



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