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Inspirational art

May 8, 2015 Estherville Lincoln Central High School students showed off what they were working with during last Wednesday’s art show held in the high school gym. more »»

Corridor honors Larry Anderson

May 8, 2015 City councilman Larry Anderson is one of two winners of the inaugural Public Champion of Economic Development Award from the Iowa Lakes Corridor Development Corporation. more »»

Juveniles charged in park vandalism case

May 8, 2015 Three juvenile males face charges concerning the vandalism at the shelter house at Lincoln Park. more »»

It’s all about service at Steve’s

May 8, 2015 Strolling down Central Avenue, you may be drawn to Steve’s Sales and Service and Northstar Music’s window. It is the only store you will see a washing machine and a tuba in the front windo. more »»

Council approves noise ordinance exception

May 8, 2015 The Estherville City Council approved an application from Woody’s Pizza for an exception to the noise ordinance during Sweet Corn Day. more »»

Corridor seeks help in planning future strategy

May 8, 2015 The Iowa Lakes Corridor Development Corporation hosted a public focus group Tuesday as part of its four-year planning process at the SERT building on the campus of Iowa Lakes Community College. more »»

Estherville Garden Club hosts district event

May 8, 2015 This past Tuesday, the Estherville Garden Club hosted the annual district six Iowa Federated Garden Club meeting at the Elks Club. more »»

ELC gets down for Down syndrome

May 1, 2015 The challenge is to dance for two minutes then challenge three people to do the same. The cause is to raise awareness of Down syndrome. more »»

Riding at the rodeo

May 1, 2015 If you plan to attend the Iowa Junior and High School Rodeo Saturday and Sunday, you can expect to see Breighton Egland racing her way to the top with one of her two horses, CJ or Jell. more »»

Screen-Free Week May 3-9: Turn off your tablets, computers, and TVs

May 1, 2015 This week the Emmet County Wellness Coalition is asking families to turn off the screen and enjoy time together. more »»

‘Active classroom’ a hit for students

May 1, 2015 An anatomy and physiology class at Iowa Lakes Community College traditionally consists of two lecture days and one day in the lab. Not any mor. more »»

Estherville Drug: Serving the community for 94 years

May 1, 2015 In 1921 Charles Jay Robinson, a graduate of the Babcock School of Pharmacy in Des Moines, later a part of Drake University, bought a drug store from Dr. C.C. more »»

Estherville’s roadside attraction

April 24, 2015 In “Vacationing in Iowa”, a publication by City View, the Estherville Meteorite was rated as the number one quirkiest roadside attraction in Iowa. more »»

ELC Board hears grading presentation

April 24, 2015 The Estherville Lincoln Central Board of Education Monday heard a presentation on Standards Based Grading at Estherville Middle School. more »»

Rodeo coming to town May 2

April 24, 2015 Get your boots on and your lassos ready because the Iowa junior high and high school rodeo comes to town May 2 and 3. more »»

Council upgrades lease with Hy-Vee for parking

April 24, 2015 The Estherville City Council approved amending the lease of real estate to Hy-Vee for parking on the former railroad right of way owned by the city between Central Avenue and First Avenue North. more »»

Residents voice concerns about confinement site

April 24, 2015 Emmet County Supervisors were met with a full board room last Tuesday, when Emmet and Dickinson County residents surrounding the proposed New Fashion Pork site voiced their concerns. more »»

Special election to fill auditor position is June 9

April 24, 2015 A special election to fill the vacancy of Emmet County Auditor will be held on June 9, 2015. Nomination petitions for the auditor position are due in the Auditor’s Office May 15, 2015 by 5 p.m. more »»

Thomas is appointed special court advocate

April 24, 2015 Estherville resident Tiffany Thomas became an Emmet County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) volunteer this past Monday afternoon. more »»

 
 
 

 

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