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Eighty-six percent of Estherville residents support new pool

August 23, 2017 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer Members of the Estherville Pool Committee presented the results of the community survey to the city council at Monday night’s meeting. more »»

Gov. Reynolds visits Iowa Lakes

August 23, 2017 Iowa governor Kim Reynolds and Lieutenant Governor Adam Gregg came to Estherville early for eggs and excitement as Iowa Lakes Community College staff presented the latest in educational achievement... more »»

Armstrong city attorney seeks 106 depositions

August 23, 2017 ARMSTRONG?— Armstrong City Attorney Brian W. Thul is the attorney for city council members Rhett Hiney, Dan Moore and Patty Thackery. more »»

Training Day

August 13, 2017 WALLINGFORD — Over 40 area firefighters and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) took part in a live house burn Saturday in Wallingford. more »»

ELC District settles with former employee

August 13, 2017 Monday, Aug. 7, a lawsuit against the Estherville Lincoln Central School District, and Superintendent Tara Paul and Demoney Principal Shane Kalous individually, was dismissed. more »»

Firefighters get ready for Sweet Corn Days

August 4, 2017 Estherville Fire Department crew sets up for Sweet Corn Days early Friday afternoon. After a chilly opening night Thursday, Friday came in with warmer temps and plenty of sunshine. more »»

Scarlett Rose is Emmet Co. Fair Queen

July 27, 2017 Scarlett Rose was crowned Queen of the Emmet County Fair Thursday night by 2016 Fair Queen Zoey Huntley. This year's coronation came with a special extra, a sash pin gifted from Zoey to Scarlett. more »»

Months of hard work comes down to this

July 26, 2017 Tuesday, 4-H?kids from every Emmet County group brought their best work to be judged by the community’s volunteer experts. more »»

Street issue divides P&Z Commission

July 26, 2017 The Estherville Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday voted 4-3 to recommend to city council to not approve a request from Avera Holy Family Hospital to close Eighth Avenue North between North... more »»

Amended petition filed in Armstrong case

July 26, 2017 Emmet County Attorney Doug Hansen filed an amended petition July 11 in a case calling for the dismissal of three Armstrong City Council members. more »»

Iowa Lakes hires dean for Estherville campus

July 26, 2017 A new executive dean has been selected for the Estherville campus of Iowa Lakes. The Board of Trustees of Iowa Lakes approved the hiring of Lisa Stich at their meeting in Algona Tuesday afternoon. more »»

ELC Baseball Team sports new look for state appearance

July 25, 2017 ELC Baseball Team sports new look for state appearance ‘ The Estherville Lincoln Central Baseball Team went mostly blonde for their first state tournament appearnace since 2008. more »»

One year in

July 25, 2017 It’s hard to miss the landscape of Iowa’s wind turbines that line the corn and bean fields in rural parts of the state. Wind energy is now defining Iowa in a similar way to pigs, corn, and soybea. more »»

ELC Baseball earns trip to State

July 20, 2017 Estherville Lincoln Central baseball fans traveled well to Cherokee on Tuesday as the Midgets played the Braves for the right to go to the Class 2A State Tournament. more »»

Armstrong chief on paid leave

July 20, 2017 ARMSTRONG — During a special Armstrong City Council meeting called by three council members on Monday, Rhett Hiney made a motion to place Police Chief Craig Merrill on paid leave until the July 31... more »»

Head Start to use three rooms at Roosevelt School

July 20, 2017 Estherville Lincoln Central’s Roosevelt School on South Sixth Street will see more use in the upcoming school year. more »»

City approves $150,000 for Avera ER

July 20, 2017 The Estherville City Council Monday approved $150,000 for Avera Holy Family’s new emergency room capital capaig. more »»

City deals with another dog issue

July 20, 2017 At Monday's city council meeting, Brent Kottke of Estherville, dressed in his U.S. Marine Corps uniform, addressed the city council. more »»

Midgets headed to State

July 19, 2017 CHEROKEE — Estherville Lincoln Central earned a trip to the Class 2A State Baseball Tournament with a 13-6 win over Cherokee in Tuesday's substate game on the home field of the Braves. more »»

Photographer dives deep for treasure

July 18, 2017 Thursday night, people packed the Community Room at the Estherville Public Library to see the treasures Lloyd Cunningham has photographed at the bottom of Okoboji’s blue lakes. more »»

 
 
 

 

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