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ELC caps student lunch accounts overcharging

April 19, 2017 The Estherville Lincoln Central School Board approved a new policy on lunch accounts that would cap the amount a student may charge to no more than $2. more »»

Ambassadors welcome Pearl Valley

April 19, 2017 Ambassadors welcome Pearl Valley The Estherville Ambassadors welcomed Pearl Valley Rehabitation and Nursing to town this past Wednesday. more »»

Current honor flight has longest ever waiting list

April 19, 2017 At Tuesday morning’s Emmet County Board of Supervisor’s meeting, Veterans’ Services Administrator Deb Tietje said the Brushy Creek Honor Flight has the longest waiting list it has ever had. more »»

Clint Davis resigns from Armstrong City Council

April 18, 2017 The Armstrong Journal reported that Clint Davis has resigned from the Armstrong City Council as of Friday, April 14. more »»

City of Armstrong in "state of high concern"

April 17, 2017 Armstrong Mayor Gregory Buum issued this letter to citizens of Armstrong effective 8 a.m. April 17. The Estherville News will report more details here and on Facebook as they happen. more »»

Fifth graders take the D.A.R.E. pledge

April 12, 2017 By David Swartz Managing Editor Five Estherville Lincoln Central fifth-grade classes cross the state at Roosevelt Auditorium Tuesday evening to receive their D.A.R.E. graduation certificates. D.A.R. more »»

Mayor signs Sexual Assault Awareness Month proclamation

April 12, 2017 Mayor Kenny Billings signed a proclamation declaring Sexual Assault Awareness Month throughout April. more »»

Neighbors vote 21-0 against another NFP site

April 12, 2017 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing at Tuesday’s meeting for a new construction permit for BWT/New Fashion Pork, called Farm 267 Origer East in Center Township (Section 21). more »»

Iowa Lakes Coffeehouse performs songs of spring

April 12, 2017 The Iowa Lakes Community College concert choir performed “Witness”?by Jack Halloran, who was born in Rock Rapids and graduated from?Morningside College in Sioux City. more »»

H.U.G. Puppets celebrate 10th annual spring show

April 12, 2017 Event is April 21 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer The H.U.G. Puppets are gearing up for the 10th Annual Spring Event April 21 at 7 p.m. in Roosevelt Auditorium. Edna Lutzow, who leads the H.U. more »»

Flames high, flavors packed, let’s go!

April 9, 2017 The Estherville Lincoln Central High School kitchen sizzled with anticipation as six students in the culinary class crafted their best burgers, each hoping to gain the honor of having his or her... more »»

Gruver Fire Department receives new truck

April 9, 2017 Gruver Community Fire Department Chief Dan Harvey said the 2017 Ford F-550 Crew Cab truck will provide for the Gruver Department to be first responders to many kinds of emergencies in various... more »»

Hear ye, hear ye! 2017 Wholly Grape and Ale now past

April 9, 2017 Area residents showed up in force to support Avera Holy Family Foundation’s annual Wholly Grape and Ale this past Friday. more »»

The Hug Puppets prepare for annual show

April 7, 2017 The Hug Puppets are celebrating their 10th Annual Spring Event April 21 at Roosevelt Theatre at 7 p.m. We captured some rehearsal photos and footage as we watched them prepar. more »»

ELC Midget Cafe burger competition yields tasty sliders

April 7, 2017 Katie Glenn grilled the best burger of six in the Estherville Lincoln Central culinary class friendly competition among student. more »»

City accepts bid for water tower painting

April 6, 2017 Estherville city office administrator Peggy Alig wrote a letter to the Estherville City Council which said, in part, “This was my first place of full-time employment, and the work environment must... more »»

Council signs agreement for apartment building

April 6, 2017 The Estherville City Council approved a contract for sale, purchasing property at 1742 Central Avenue from Gregory K. Johnson and Assia Asma Johnson for the price of $135,00. more »»

Youth take part in 4-H Clover Knowledge Escapade

April 6, 2017 The 2017 4-H Clover Knowledge Escapade (communication showcase) took place this past Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran Church. more »»

Ambassadors welcome Central Perk Coffeehouse

April 6, 2017 Briana Mabra, center, cut the ribbon on Central Perk Coffeehouse yesterday when the Estherville Chamber Ambassadors visited. more »»

KILR acquires new FM frequency to broadcast AM programming

April 6, 2017 Ever have trouble listening to KILR's AM station 1070 in the evening and night time? Receiving that programming will become easier as the local radio station adds an FM frequency to broadcast its AM... more »»



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