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Hevern points out positives of Estherville’s future

October 25, 2019 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer Estherville and Emmet County economic development director Lyle Hevern provided an update on new projects and signs of growth in the are. more »»

One last half-time show

October 25, 2019 Estherville Lincoln Central senior marching band members performed their 2019 routine for the final time in tie-dye shirts. more »»

Candidates vie for spots in city, school elections

October 25, 2019 The 2019 Nov. 5 election features a four-way race for Estherville mayor and a six-way race for three spots on the Estherville Lincoln Central School Board. more »»

Estherville News Candidate Guide

October 25, 2019 Kathy Beernink 1. Please tell us a little about yourself and your reason for running. I grew up in Graettinger, Iowa. more »»

Cheer for the Midgets

October 8, 2019 The Estherville Lincoln Central High School band joined ELC Midgets football players and cheerleaders in front of Demoney Elementary School Friday morning, cheering on the district’s younger student... more »»

Pans to help pets

October 8, 2019 The Emmet County Animal Shelter will hold its annual apple crisp and lasagna fundraiser Thursday, Oct. 10 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Esthervill. more »»

2019 Estherville Chamber Banquet Getting better all the time

October 6, 2019 By Amy H. Peterson Staff writer The Estherville Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet Tuesday evening at the Estherville Golf Course. more »»

IA Attorney General requests receivership for funeral home

October 6, 2019 DES MOINES- Following an investigation showing the insolvency of the Joyce Funeral Home in Emmetsburg, the Iowa Attorney General’s Office recently requested a receivership to protect funds held in... more »»

ELC royalty

October 4, 2019 Above, Shania Murray reacts to being named 2019 Estherville Lincoln Central Homecoming Queen. more »»

Thank you veterans

September 29, 2019 By David Swartz Managing Editor Seven Emmet County residents took part in the most recent Brushy Creek Honor Flight. Honor flights have been held the past few years. more »»

Together for mental health

September 29, 2019 Passionate speakers and talented musicians came together this past weekend to send a message about the resources needed to alleviate the issues of mental health. John McManamy was a featured speaker. more »»

Four vie for Estherville mayor position

September 20, 2019 The cities of Estherville, Wallingford, Armstrong, Gruver, Ringsted and Dolliver, and school districts of Estherville Lincoln Central, North Union, Graettinger-Terril, and Iowa Lakes Community... more »»

Paint Estherville beautiful

September 12, 2019 Saturday, two homes in Estherville: one on Sixth Street and one on 19th Street, were gifted new paint jobs through a city program called Paint Estherville Beautiful. more »»

Opening up hard discussions at Iowa Lakes

September 12, 2019 When Michael Agnew and the team at GTC Dramatic Dialogues develops a new script, it is peppered with provocative statements designed to add a mental slap to the audience, to elicit both silent and... more »»

City to add counter at Spurgin Shelter

September 12, 2019 The Estherville Parks & Recreation board held its annual potluck meeting inside the council chambers of city hall Monday evening due to rain and a tornado watch that pitched its plans from the... more »»

Peace Day set for Sept. 21

September 12, 2019 The third annual Peace Day Celebration event in Estherville will take place Saturday, Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. in Library Square, alongside the Estherville Farmer’s Market. more »»

Champion moves to east side of town

September 9, 2019 Champion State of Mind, PLLC has added addiction/substance abuse counseling to their list of services. more »»

Rep. King visits Estherville Wednesday

September 9, 2019 U.S. Rep. Steve King visited Estherville Wednesday evening. more »»

Estherville moves forward with new trail

September 9, 2019 In its Tuesday meeting, the Estherville City Council approved plans and specifications for the Railroad Right of Way trail, part of the Estherville Trail Project. more »»



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