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Cherokee 86, ELC 68 No. 10 Braves run past No. 13 Midgets

December 19, 2019 CHEROKEE — In a battle of ranked teams, Estherville Lincoln Central’s Kaitlyn Tendal kept her team on pace with Class 3A No. 10 Cherokee in the first quarter. more »»

Nathan Russell found and back with family

December 15, 2019 UPDATE: Nathan Russell is found and back with family Sometime after 4 p.m. more »»

Newly elected mayor, council members sworn in today

December 15, 2019 The Estherville City Council will meet Monday, Dec. 16, 2019 at 5 p.m. in the council chambers of city hall. more »»

No injuries in Friday fire at Randy’s Body

December 9, 2019 There were no injuries in Friday’s fire at Randy’s Body and Wrecker on Friday. According to Estherville Fire Chief Dick Beaver, firefighters were paged to 1020 Sixth Ave. S. just before 2:30 p.m. more »»

Deep Dive into new pool

December 9, 2019 The Estherville municipal pool project has reached Phase II of three phases, four months after approving the continuation of an existing bond to fund the project. more »»

Coralville man charged in fatal shooting in LuVerne

December 9, 2019 Jessica Weishaar, 43, of Algona, was shot outside the Security State Bank in LuVene, a town in southern Kossuth County. Authorities said Weishaar had multiple gunshot wounds and died at the scene. more »»

Many Voices Choir closes 2019 on festive note

December 9, 2019 The Many Voices Choir performed its Christmas concert for the third time Saturday at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Estherville. Tim Schumacher is director of the choir. more »»

Estherville elects May as mayor

December 6, 2019 With just 14. more »»

Generosity in action

December 6, 2019 Chairperson Carol Pluth said 597 people were served through Estherville’s Community Christmas Program this year. more »»

It’s snow inconvenient

December 6, 2019 At Monday evening’s Estherville City Council meeting, city administrator Penny Clayton announced a sold waste and recycling rate adjustment that becomes effective with the January 31, 2019 bill. more »»

Estherville has new mayor

December 4, 2019 In Tuesday's runoff election, residents of Estherville elected Joseph May as their new mayor. May prevailed over city council member Ann Goebel 65 to 35 percent. Just 1. more »»

Grateful generations

December 3, 2019 Baby Wesley Adams was surrounded by the love of five generations of his family on Thanksgiving. Wesley’s grandma, Stacy Christensen said, “We are blessed. more »»

Vote tomorrow!

December 2, 2019 Don't forget - the runoff vote for mayor is tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 3 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. All voters cast ballots at the Farm Bureau, 421 First Ave. N in Estherville. more »»

15 inducted into ELC ‘s National Honor Society

November 29, 2019 Tuesday afternoon, members of the Estherville Lincoln Central National Honor Society inducted new members to its group. more »»

ELC seats new board

November 29, 2019 The Estherville Lincoln Central Board installed its three new members at the annual organizational meeting on Monday. Tony Condon, Gordon Juhl, and Jeff Soper each took their oaths of office. more »»

UDMO now covers 17 counties for weatherization

November 29, 2019 The Emmet County supervisors heard from Upper Des Moines Opportunity executive director Jamie Whitney at their regular Tuesday morning meeting. more »»

Estherville police seek information in burglary

November 29, 2019 The Estherville Police Department is seeking information regarding a burglary that occurred in the 300 block of North Second Street at a storage facility. The burglary was reported to police on No. more »»

Federal project works through minor hiccup

November 24, 2019 Jeff Robinson told the Estherville News Tuesday about an investment hiccup with the Department of Defense project he and his group have been working on for two years. more »»

Daycare crisis averted?

November 24, 2019 At Monday evening’s Estherville City Council meeting, the council continued a conversation about childcare with Lexie Ruter from the Estherville chamber and Lyle Hevern, Estherville and Emmet... more »»



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