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No new trial yet

July 25, 2018 Monday, the Iowa Supreme Court granted further review of the Appeals Court’s decision to return Lee Christensen’s case to district court for a new trial. Christensen, now 20, was convicted Dec. more »»

Building leaders through 4-H

July 25, 2018 The aroma of banana bread, pies and baked goods linger over Emmet County. Kids from around the county have been busy baking, building and preparing for the Static Judging Day at the Emmet County Fair. more »»

No new trial yet Iowa’s highest court will review the order for Christensen’s new trial

July 25, 2018 Monday, the Iowa Supreme Court granted further review of the Appeals Court’s decision to return Lee Christensen’s case to district court for a new trial. Christensen, now 20, was convicted Dec. more »»

End of the season

July 25, 2018 The Estherville Lincoln Central Baseball Team walks out to congratulate their foe Centerville after the Midgets lost 6-3 to the Big Reds in Monday’s Class 2A Quarterfinal game in Des Moines. more »»

Emmet County boards not quite gender balanced

July 25, 2018 The Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University finds 95 counties in Iowa are violating state code. According to Iowa Code (69. more »»

Juhl: We are not going to let this drop

July 22, 2018 Thursday morning, well over 100 people gathered at the SERT building on the campus of Iowa Lakes Community College for a special meeting of the Emmet County Board of Supervisors to hear what Farmer’... more »»

King tours solar array at New Fashion Pork

July 22, 2018 Fourth District Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) visited New Fashion Pork in Estherville Friday afternoon to view the company’s new solar panel arra. more »»

15-year-old starts Bea’s Unique Designs

July 22, 2018 A teenager in Estherville starts Bea’s Unique Designs. Beatris Blanco, a 15-year-old girl from Estherville, has vowed to take ordinary objects and transform them into something uniqu. more »»

"We're not going to just let this go - " Bev Juhl

July 19, 2018 Well over 100 people attended Thursday morning's special meeting of the Emmet County Board of Supervisors, with officials from Farmer's Union Industries, parent company to Central Bi-Products, in... more »»

Back-to-back state trips for ELC

July 18, 2018 Send off supper is Saturday The Estherville Lincoln Central Baseball Team earned its second consecutive trip to the Class 2A State Tournament with a 10-0, six-inning victory over Forest City on... more »»

Speak life

July 18, 2018 Deb Brown of saveyour.town spoke to 18 leaders from various community organizations Tuesday about what each person would like to see in Estherville. more »»

Two seek title of 2018 Emmet County Fair Queen

July 18, 2018 The 2018 Fair Queen Candidates were announced this week and two will vie for the title of ‘fair queen’ or ‘fair princess’—Brandy Kinnander and Kayla Sabi. more »»

Making Estherville more beautiful one house at a time

July 18, 2018 The City of Estherville received a grant to assist low-income, disabled or elderly residents to paint their homes. The grant pays for materials and volunteers do the painting. more »»

Women Land and Legacy Event “What’s growing in Emmet County?” Conservation Tour Aug. 28

July 18, 2018 Women who are involved in agriculture in any aspect are invited to attend the upcoming Women, Land and Legacy event. more »»

On the scent

July 16, 2018 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors is holding a special public meeting at 9 a.m. more »»

Winning sweet rolls made with basic dough

July 16, 2018 By Margaret Pro, Extension Home Economist Emmet County’s 4-H demonstration winners, Marlis and Mavis Tirevold of the Ellsworth Go-Getters club share their sweet roll recipe this week. more »»

Class 2A District Baseball

July 15, 2018 On a squad of talented juniors and seniors, Estherville Lincoln Central coach Lee Evans called on a freshman in the bottom of the sixth inning of Saturday’s Class 2A District Fina. more »»

Former Gov. Robert Ray dies

July 8, 2018 Former governor Robert Ray, who served as Iowa's governor for 14 years, died Sunday, July 8. Iowa governor Kim Reynolds issued the following statement Sunday afternoon: (DES MOINES) – Gov. more »»

Flood stage may reach record levels

July 6, 2018 The Emmet County Emergency Management is advising the West Fork of the Des Moines River is expected to rise to near record levels this weekend. Residents are advised to avoid flooded area. more »»

 
 
 

 

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