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VFW personnel say thanks

April 1, 2013 To the Editor We would like to thank everyone in the community and county for all of their help in preparation of Staff Sergeant Steven P. Blass’s funeral. more »»

Klein thanks community for ELC season

March 18, 2013 The success of the 2012-2013 ELC girls basketball team could not have happened without the tremendous support of many people and we would like to take the opportunity to thank these people. more »»

Valentines blood drive a success

February 25, 2013 To the EDN: The American Red Cross returned to Estherville on Valentines Day for another successful blood drive. more »»

Not fit for man or beast

February 7, 2013 To the Editor: Many letters have been submitted to this newspaper in defense of locating the Emmet County Animal Shelter at the 6th Street Emporium property. more »»

Rotary says thanks for Christmas lights

February 7, 2013 To the Estherville Community, On behalf of the Estherville Rotary Club, thank you for donating all your old Christmas lights. more »»

Upgrade of Emporium would be an opportunity

January 30, 2013 The Estherville City Directory lists South 6th Street as 3 blocks in length, with 22 business establishments and 3 residential home. more »»

Emmet County Animal Shelter

January 28, 2013 To the Editor: I was really sad to learn this week that the City Council turned down the request to rezone the building on South 6th Street for the Emmet County Animal Shelter. more »»

Shelter would be an improvement

January 28, 2013 I have to totally agree with Hanna Perkins and I think that if we got a petition going and got enough signatures how could they say no! I have been down on that side of town and I’mm sorry but it’... more »»

All seven council members should vote

January 28, 2013 To the Editor: It is unfortunate that the So. 6th Street rezoning issue was defeated by the majority of FIVE members of the city council. more »»

Council should find out what people want

January 28, 2013 After reading the letter today in the paper, I’m very proud of Hana. The Animal Shelter would be a good place here in Estherville. The smell will not be bad. more »»

Council, please reconsider

January 25, 2013 To the Editor We would like to express our support of the Emmet County Animal Shelter's attempt to gain a facility on South 6th Street. more »»

Animal lovers: Educate the public

January 25, 2013 Dear Editor, We have been reading with great interest the articles in regard to the plans put before the City Council for an animal shelter. more »»

Shelter volunteer voices opinion

January 25, 2013 To the Editor Is Estherville truly that opposed to expansion and modernization? I will try in vain to keep this brief but already know that I'll fail in doing so. more »»

Shelter would benefit community

January 23, 2013 Letter to the Editor It disappoints me to say that for the first time I am truly embarrassed and flat out ashamed of a decision made in my community. more »»

Animal shelter will continue its work

January 22, 2013 Letter to the Editor Tonight the Estherville City Council did not pass the rezoning of the property located at 201 South 6th Street. That is what we all know at this point. more »»

Disappointed in council rezoning vote

January 22, 2013 Letter to the Editor I am extremely disappointed that the Estherville City Council did not approve the rezoning of 201 S. more »»

Estherville City Council is not about the growth of our town

January 22, 2013 On January 21, 2013 the Estherville City Council held a public hearing regarding the rezoning of the Old 6th Street Emporium and Jane’s Place (located at 201 S. 6th St. more »»

It’s a worthy gift to donate body

January 11, 2013 To the Editor: Since the loss of my husband in November, I have had several people approach me with questions concerning whole body donation for research and/or education. more »»

Donations sought for classroom libraries

December 5, 2012 Letter to the Editor, The ELC elementary, grades Kindergarten through fourth grade, have been utilizing their professional development time to learn about The Daily Five. more »»

Knights say thanks for generosity

November 26, 2012 The Knights of Columbus would like to thank the people of Emmet County and the surrounding area for their generous giving to our drive to help the persons with Intellectual Disabilities, by... more »»



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