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Estherville named an Opportunity Zones finalist

April 28, 2018 DES MOINES — Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lt. Gov. more »»

Estherville is Opportunity Zone finalist

April 20, 2018 (DES MOINES) – Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lt. Gov. more »»

Council explores new Thoreson parking concept

April 19, 2018 Parking at Thoreson Park for baseball and softball games has been an ongoing issue. more »»

Christensen wins appeal

April 19, 2018 Wednesday, the Iowa Court of Appeals issued its ruling in the case of Lee Christensen, who was convicted of second degree murder in Emmet County court in the June 6, 2015 death of Thomas Bortvit. more »»

NW Iowa bands celebrate history, present

April 19, 2018 Monday night, the Northwest Iowa Concert Band and the Northwest Iowa Jazz bands presented a concert of diverse styles and time periods. more »»

Backfill resolution passed

April 19, 2018 At Monday night’s council meeting, the Estherville City Council passed a resolution supporting the continued funding of the backfill by the Iowa Legislature to help ensure local governments are able... more »»

Christensen wins appeal

April 18, 2018 Wednesday, the Iowa Court of Appeals issued its ruling in the case of Lee Christensen, who was convicted of second degree murder in Emmet County court in the June 6, 2015 death of Thomas Bortvit. more »»

Tooth fairy payouts reflect economy

April 17, 2018 County parents bite into tooth fairy economics By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer Does the largess of the tooth fairy reflect the state of the greater ecoomy? Delta Dental seems to think s. more »»

ELC Grand March is Saturday

April 17, 2018 Saturday, April 21 is the date set for the 2018 Prom Grand March at Estherville Lincoln Central High School. This year’s Grand March theme is, “Red Carpet.” The event will begin at 7 p.. more »»

Iowans in Holocaust

April 17, 2018 Holocaust program revealed parallels to today’s challenges By Amy . more »»

Weather related closings and announcements

April 13, 2018 Please share as you see fit. Thank you. Feel free to send us additional Emmet County items and we will add them. WORSHIP SERVICES CANCELLED: St. more »»

Every 15 minutes

April 9, 2018 By David Swartz Managing Editor ARMSTRONG — Five North Union High School teens were in an accident on Thursday with one dying at the scene. more »»

Podcast class happens Saturday

April 6, 2018 Audio tech professional Alan Morphew is teaching Intro to Podcasting: how to use podcast equipment this Saturday, April 7, in the podcast recording studio inside Studio 12 in downtown Estherville. more »»

GKN sale leaves workers with uncertain future

April 6, 2018 After fending off a hostile takeover by Melrose Industries, Plc, the shareholders of GKN narrowly approved the sale (52 percent of shares) of the company late last week. more »»

G-T bond issue passes

April 6, 2018 Graettinger-Terril School District voters passed a $9.7 million measure to fund improvements at both district buildings on Tuesday. more »»

Supervisors OK quotes for courthouse irrigation

April 6, 2018 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors reviewed two quotes for an irrigation system for the courthouse ground. more »»

VFW & Legion ready for tacos to benefit Vets Memorial Park

April 6, 2018 The Emmet County American Legion and Estherville VFW Post 3388 hope for a large turnout at the Taco Bar & Silent Auction happening next Saturday, April 14 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the VFW. more »»

Iowa Lakes students design video game, build their own business

April 6, 2018 From Iowa Lakes Community College Fun and games means hard work for a group of Iowa Lakes Community College students making their own video game — and starting their own business — in downtown... more »»

Hood walks out of council meeting

April 6, 2018 Ward I council member Cindy Hood left Monday evening’s council meeting after discussions with members of the Estherville Parks & Rec Board. more »»

UPDATE: Girls were located in Gruver Three female students run away from Forest Ridge

April 2, 2018 UPDATE: girls were located in Gruver later in the day. Forest Ridge reports three female students, ages 14, 16 & 17 ran away from the school in Gruver this morning shortly before 8:30 a.m. more »»



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