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D-Day: 70 years later

June 6, 2014 For Howard Croner and Ed Kroenke of Estherville, D-Day began in the air — Croner in a B-17, bombing German rail lines in Normandy, Kroenke floating onto French soil on a glider into a knee-deep... more »»

Daws to sign book Saturday

June 6, 2014 Amy Danielson Daws, Estherville Lincoln Central graduate and commercial producer with KTTW Fox in Sioux Falls, S.D., will sign her book, Chasing Hope, at Woody’s Pizza 4-6 p.m. Saturday. more »»

Ernst sweeps Emmet County, Iowa

June 6, 2014 And who said a lady couldn’t put up a good fight. Joni Ernst, one of five Republicans running for the US Senate seat being vacated by Tom Harkin, commanded 48. more »»

Black Knights to hold drags during Flag Fest

June 6, 2014 Due to the popularity of its September drags at the Spencer Municipal Airport, the Black Nights Car Club will also hold drag races Saturday, June 14 at the Spencer Airport during Flagfest. more »»

James to headline first Downtown Market

June 6, 2014 Billie James, Australian vocalist who has entertained and enchanted Lakes area audiences for the past 11 years, will perform at the first Downtown Market this season from 5-7 p.m. more »»

German wind energy company locating in Estherville in August

June 6, 2014 SPENCER— Upon being introduced to a German wind energy company over four years ago at the nation’s largest wind energy trade show in Dallas, the company has chosen to locate in the Iowa Lakes... more »»

Armstrong moves forward with GKN on wastewater plan

June 6, 2014 The Armstrong City Council Monday decided to move forward with GKN’s proposal to allow it to hook up to the city sewer system. more »»

ELC approves teacher contract

June 6, 2014 The Estherville Lincoln Central Education Association in special session Wednesday approved a contract with the Estherville Lincoln Central Education Association for a $960 increase in base teache... more »»

Greig to compete in National Junior High Rodeo Finals

June 6, 2014 Bubba Greig, a seventh-grade student at Estherville Lincoln Central School, has earned a position on the Iowa state National Junior High rodeo team and will be traveling with fellow teammates to ... more »»

Jordet tells about trap shooting program

June 6, 2014 Iowa Department of Natural Resources Northwest Iowa law enforcement supervisor Rich Jordet told Estherville Rotarians Thursday about the new trap shooting program at Estherville Lincoln Centra. more »»

Voters turn out for primary

June 5, 2014 Emmet County voters turned out for the 2014 Primary Election on Tuesday. Of the 7,331 registered voters, 630 or 8.59 percent cast ballots. The county has 2,183 registered Democrats of which 263 or 12. more »»

Armstrong moves forward with GKN on wastewater plan

June 3, 2014 The Armstrong City Council Monday decided to move forward with GKN’s proposal to allow it to hook up to the city sewer system. more »»

German wind energy company locating in Estherville

June 2, 2014 SPENCER— Upon being introduced to a German wind energy company over four years ago at the nation’s largest wind energy trade show in Dallas, the company has chosen to locate in the Iowa Lakes... more »»

Brent Hopp: The face of cancer defeated

May 30, 2014 Both of this year’s Emmet County Relay For Life Honorary Survivors fought cancer and won. And, like fellow survivor Shari Bisgaard, Brent Hopp had his own success story to tel. more »»

Athlete beats race against cancer

May 30, 2014 Everyone who knows Shari Bisgaard will tell you that she’s determined, able to accomplish anything she sets her mind to. As an elite athlete, she’s used to challenges. more »»

Observing Memorial Day

May 30, 2014 Estherville residents paid their respects to departed veterans at Memorial Day observances Monday. more »»

Historical Society plans 50th anniversary celebration

May 30, 2014 Mark Saturday, June 14 on your calendar for the 50th anniversary celebration of the Emmet County Historical Society Museum at Third Avenue South and South 18th Avenue in Estherville. more »»

Emmet County/Armstrong law enforcement contract: Irreconcilable differences?

May 30, 2014 For nearly two years, the City of Armstrong and Emmet County have tried to hammer out their differences over dispatching fees — and later a law enforcement contrac. more »»

McCaulley looks forward to leadership role

May 30, 2014 Dave McCaulley looks forward to his new position as Estherville Lincoln Central Middle School principal. He comes to ELC from Nevada High School where he was assistant principal. more »»

Supervisors approve budget amendment

May 30, 2014 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a budget amendment to cover $197,639 in additional expenditures. more »»

 
 

 

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