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Laker baseball drops two games to Pratt

March 8, 2017 PRATT, Kan. — Iowa Lakes split with the Beavers from Pratt Community College on the final day of the series. The Lakers won the first game 5-1 and lost a nail bitter in the second game 8-7. more »»

Laker softball posts 5-2 record in first weekend

March 8, 2017 The Iowa Lakes Softball team traveled south this past weekend to play seven games. The Lakers began their trip in Beatrice, Neb., where they went 1-1 against Southeast Community College. more »»

Lakers knock down Eagles at home

March 5, 2017 The Iowa Lakes men wrapped up the regular season with a convincing 101-73 victory over Kirkwood on Saturday. The win avenges a 97-66 loss to the Eagles on their home floor on Feb. 4. more »»

North Union places three on all-conference teams

March 5, 2017 By David Swartz Managing Editor The Top of Iowa West Conference released its all-conference selections for girls basketbal. more »»

Heckard signs with Lakers

March 1, 2017 Iowa Lakes Community College Head Coach Katie Larson, announced the signing of Gabby Heckard to the 2017-2018 recruiting class. more »»

Hawkeye Elvis coming to town

March 1, 2017 University of Iowa fans visiting the Estherville Farm, Home and Living Show this weekend may get a pleasant surprise with the appearance of Hawkeye Elvis. more »»

Lakers roll over Little Priest

March 1, 2017 The Iowa Lakes women got back into the win column with an 80-61 victory over Little Priest Tribal College on Monda. more »»

No more nickels?

March 1, 2017 Despite support for the bottle bill of 84 percent of Iowans, Iowa House Republicans are considering the repeal of Iowa’s bottle bill. more »»

Williams sworn in as Estherville officer

March 1, 2017 Officer Adam Williams was sworn in by Mayor Kenny Billings. Officer Williams comes to the Estherville Police Department from Emmetsbur. more »»

No. 2 SWCC takes care of Lakers at home

February 26, 2017 CRESTON — In the first meeting between Iowa Lakes and Southwestern, the Spartans were ranked first in the nation and undefeated. more »»

Blizzard packs a punch

February 26, 2017 As Thursday afternoon cooled, the first, sparse snowfall came in the form of graupel, tiny balls of rain and snow mixture. more »»

Spartans steal win from Lakers

February 26, 2017 CRESTON — After holding a 14-point lead at halftime and a 10-point advantage entering the fourth quarter, the Iowa Lakes women couldn’t withstand Southwestern’s furious fourth-quarter rally in a... more »»

Plant hangers to support EFD

February 26, 2017 by Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer. The Estherville Fire Department will host its annual pancake breakfast March 5 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. more »»

2017 NJCAA Wrestling Championships Four Lakers earn All-American honors

February 26, 2017 COUNCIL BLUFFS — The Iowa Lakes Wrestling Team worked themselves into an eighth-place finish at the 2017 NJCAA Wrestling Championships this past weeken. more »»

MOCSY, Iowa Lakes CC begin grant collaboration

February 26, 2017 Emmet County MOCSY (Making Optimal Choices for Successful Youth) began work on the Drug-Free Communities Support Program grant, a federal grant available through SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental... more »»

Dozens of purple cord hours earned on set of upcoming play

February 26, 2017 ELC students have logged dozens of hours for Purple Cord for tasks ranging from painting the set to building props to acting, working alongside adult cast and crew members.. more »»

Class 1A District Basketball Warriors unable to overcome cold spell against Eagles

February 22, 2017 BRITT — They say it’s hard to defeat the same team three times in a season. For 2 1/2 quarters, North Union played toe-to-toe with West Hancock looking to prove the saying. more »»

Coakley, Peta, finish fine seasons at State

February 19, 2017 DES MOINES — Both Estherville Lincoln Central’s state qualifiers entered the 2A state tournament with high expectations. more »»

Roth wraps up fourth-place finish state state

February 19, 2017 DES MOINES — Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire’s Kolton Roth may have come up short of where he wanted to finish at the Class 1A State Wrestling Tournament, but a fourth-place finish will do for... more »»

No. 4 Wolfpack howls past Warriors

February 19, 2017 HULL — North Union dug an early hole against fourth-ranked Western Christian and it was too much to overcome in the second half as the Warriors’ season ended with a 74-46 loss on Friday. more »»



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