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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 »»

Ready to get extreme

April 3, 2017 Looking for an exercise challenge? Try the 2017 Defiance Extreme Trail Run. The 5K trail run through Fort Defiance will test all ages and abilities. more »»

Kate’s Crusade fundraiser Sunday

April 3, 2017 Kate Van Cleave, daughter of Ashleigh and Casey Van Cleave, was diagnosed in August 2016 with chronic myelogenous leukemia. Supporters have planned a fundraiser Sunday, April 9 from 10 a.m. -2 p.m. more »»

Support sexual assault victims, wear denim on April 27

April 3, 2017 Misty Wolff of the Centers Against Abuse and Sexual Assault (CAASA) says sexual assault awareness is vital in this age of public confusion about what is a sexual assault, and a high rate of sexual... more »»

Gone fishin’

April 3, 2017 With warmer temperatures, fishing on the West Fork of the Des Moines River is an ideal outdoor activity for local residents. Photos by Amy H. more »»

Ambassadors busy celebrating new beginnings

April 3, 2017 Ambassadors welcome Bank Plus President The Estherville Ambassadors welcomed new Bank Plus Community President to town this week. more »»

Who is your hometown hero?

April 3, 2017 It’s Spring Party time at the Estherville Hy-Vee. Sandy Berven said, “This is the time of year we clean, paint, stripe the parking lot, and otherwise spruce up the store. more »»

Leaps and bounds

March 29, 2017 Eric Poole, 6, jumps for joy on his mini-trampoline in his Estherville home. High energy is one of the markers of the autism spectrum. One in 68 children is diagnosed with autism in the U.S. more »»

Going BLUE for autism “The world needs all kinds of minds” ~ Temple Grandin

March 29, 2017 Sunday is Go Blue for Autism Day, and event sponsored by the research and advocacy nonprofit, Autism Speaks. April is Autism Awareness Month. more »»

Supervisors recommend NFP confinement

March 29, 2017 A New Fashion Pork wean to finish hog operation in the northeast quarter of section 34 in Estherville Township, north of 12 Mile Lake, was approved by the Emmet County Supervisors at their Tuesday... more »»

RedRock Wind Energy project on track

March 29, 2017 “We are still leasing land,” Jeff Hammond of Tradewind Energy, project manager for RedRock Wind Energy, said. Hammond said Tradewind Energy is looking into using turbines manufactured by Vestas. more »»

Ye Olde Wholly Grape and Ale set for April 7

March 29, 2017 Here ye, here ye, it’s time to attend another Wholly Grape and Ale event. This year’s event is themed Renaissance and will be held from 5-9 p.m., Friday, April 7 at the Estherville Golf Course. more »»

Dakota Pack breaks ground on expansion

March 29, 2017 Dakota Pack of Estherville held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for its expansion, which will double the capacity of their cull hog processing facility. more »»

Pony Express Riders complete 50th ride

March 28, 2017 The lead group of Pony Express Riders of Iowa traveled through Estherville around noon Saturday. more »»

Estherville is fourth most affordable city in Iowa, study says

March 28, 2017 For the third year in a row, the financial technology company SmartAsset has ranked the most affordable places to live in Iowa. more »»



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