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ELC must provide ‘equal’ education during shutdown

March 26, 2020 For those who can keep track of Estherville Lincoln Central School District updates on the school’s Facebook page, visitors might find a teacher reading a book or even the P.E. more »»

P&R Board rejects pool bids

March 26, 2020 At Monday evening’s special meeting of the Estherville Parks & Rec Board, city administrator Penny Clayton presented a memo to the board citing reasons she feels it would be wise to reject all the... more »»

Council agrees with P&R Board, rejects bid

March 26, 2020 Tuesday evening, the Estherville City Council met in special session, a meeting that was scheduled in anticipation of approving bids for the municipal pool project. more »»

Estherville man faces charges

March 26, 2020 An Estherville man faces charges following an arrest by the Estherville police on Tuesday. more »»

Graham makes virtual visit to Emmet County

March 26, 2020 Kimberly Graham is running for the U.S. Senate as a Democra. more »»

Avera Holy Family closes hospital to visitors

March 24, 2020 Avera is closing its hospitals to visitors to protect patients and staff from the spread of COVID-19. more »»

Spurgin to open new pharmacy

March 23, 2020 Andy Spurgin and business partner Josh Borer partnered with a group of local investors to bring a community-owned pharmacy to Estherville. more »»

Governor begins daily COVID-19 updates

March 23, 2020 NOTE: As of Monday morning, there were 105 cases of COVID-19 in Iowa. By Amy H. more »»

Local progress

March 23, 2020 The 700 building at 700 Central Ave., a project of Estherville Area Partnership for Growth, is getting closer to completion. more »»

Youth center: obstacles and solutions

March 23, 2020 At last Monday’s city council meeting, Estherville mayor Joseph May shared for obstacles the youth center task force has identified as it works to move forward with an idea for a youth center in... more »»

Staying away

March 18, 2020 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer The Emmet County courthouse is limiting public access as of Tuesday, March 17, 2020. more »»

COVID-19 closes ELC

March 18, 2020 With Estherville Lincoln Central in its first day of closure due to the COVID-19, the school board’s regularly scheduled meeting Monday was perfect for board members to receive a first-hand report. more »»

Nelson hired as ELC MS Principal

March 18, 2020 Estherville Lincoln Central selected its new middle school principal, Estherville native Brad Nelson. more »»

Council passes $30m budget

March 18, 2020 The Estherville City Council passed a budget of $30,642,402 at Monday evening’s city council meeting. Monday was also the date for a public hearing on the budget. more »»

County declares emergency

March 18, 2020 Kathy Preston and Mary Moorman from Emmet County Public Health joined Emmet County Emergency Services manager Travis Sheridan at Tuesday morning’s Emmet County supervisors meeting to declare a... more »»

No virtual days at ELC

March 16, 2020 The Estherville Lincoln Central School District announced Monday evening that the state has waived four weeks worth of instructional days while ELC joins districts across Iowa in suspending classes... more »»

ELC Schools, RWC close for four weeks

March 15, 2020 After Gov. Kim Reynolds recommended all Iowa schools close for four weeks, ELC officials announced the district, including the RWC, would be closed "indefinitely. more »»

Pool project hit with undertow from contractors

March 11, 2020 The Estherville Parks & Recreation board reviewed bids for the city’s municipal pool project at Monday night’s meeting. more »»

Navy veteran enters U.S. Senate race

March 11, 2020 Mike Franken is a candidate for U.S. Senate, running against four other candidates in the Democratic primar. more »»



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