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Armstrong police chief wants computer back

March 15, 2018 “It makes my job harder, and there are concerns for officer safety, public safety because of it. Dispatch communication and response time have been affected. more »»

Girls innovate at ‘Women in STEM’

March 15, 2018 Twelve presenters walked 250 seventh and eighth graders from area schools through sessions at Iowa Lakes Community College on Pi Day with the goal of turning on their innovation and critical thinkin... more »»

Committee proposes county road bike routes

March 15, 2018 Lexie Ruter said, “As communities grow, people expect to have more and more amenities.” That’s when the rubber hit the road for three individual trails originating in Emmet County. more »»

Patrons of the Fine Arts Coffee House

March 15, 2018 Please plan on attending and showing your support for the Estherville Lincoln Central Fine Arts at 2 p.m., Sunday, March 18, in the high school gym for the Patrons of the Fine Arts Coffeehouse. more »»

A livable world

March 13, 2018 The crew behind bringing the documentary “Saving Snow” to Iowa Lakes Community College and other area venues late last month continues its work on climate change. more »»

Music that pops

March 13, 2018 The ELC?vocal pops concert Thursday night included the varsity choir singing a medley of Queen songs, the vocal jazz ensemble, and the treble choir with an Adele songlist, as well as many solo and... more »»

March All Stars at Demoney

March 13, 2018 March Character Trait at Estherville Lincoln Central Demoney Elementary is perseverance—a person who perseveres gets things done, has goals that matter to him/her and stays focused on them. more »»

Iowa Lakes CC group visits the Capitol

March 13, 2018 DES?MOINES — Last week, Reps. John Wills (R-Spirit Lake), Ted Gassman (R-Scarville) and Mike Sexton (R-Rockwell City) welcomed Iowa Lakes Community College to the Iowa House of Representatives. more »»

ELC pops concert full of hits

March 9, 2018 Kenlee Schilling sings "Let it Go" [NOT the one from the movie "Frozen"] at the Estherville Lincoln Central Pops concert Thursday night. more »»

Fire department responds to Estherville gas leak

March 6, 2018 Firefighters are on the scene of a gas leak at South 1st Street. Nearby homes have been evacuated. We will have more information as events unfold. more »»

King, state reps give updates

March 6, 2018 U.S. Rep. Steve King said it might take another election cycle before Congress passes an immigration reform law. King said, “There’s not a level of urgency I think exists.” King said the U.S. more »»

Yes they CAN

March 2, 2018 The Estherville College Access Network Partnership held an early college exploration day for Estherville Lincoln Central sixth grade students Tuesday morning. more »»

The future is now

March 2, 2018 GRAETTINGER — Twenty-two votes. That’s the number of votes the Graettinger-Terril School bond needed to pass last fall. more »»

County approves funds for Gruver FD

March 2, 2018 The Gruver Fire Department visited the Emmet County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday to request Local Option Sales & Services Tax (LOSST) funds from the county The department purchased a new... more »»

Hoffman receives ‘Molly Pitcher’ honor

March 2, 2018 Judy Hoffman of Estherville recently was honored with “The Artillery Order of Molly Pitcher. more »»

Senators push for RFS deal

March 2, 2018 Iowa’s U.S. more »»

Full circle -- or do we mean square?

February 28, 2018 On Helen Kinnander's last day at Wooden Thimble, customer Bobbi Richard came in with a quilt she had started in March, 2017 after joining the square of the month club at the shop. more »»

Northey confirmed by Senate

February 27, 2018 DES MOINES, Iowa -- On Tuesday, the long wait for Iowa Secretary Bill Northey ended. He has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the undersecretary for farm production and conservatio. more »»

Christensen attorney argues appeal

February 23, 2018 DES MOINES — Wednesday afternoon at Grandview College in Des Moines, the Iowa Court of Appeals held oral arguments open to the public. more »»

Estherville City council approves $24 million budget

February 23, 2018 The Estherville City Council approved its budget for fiscal year 2019 at Monday night’s meeting. “Taxpayers will see a decrease of about $11. more »»



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