Letters to the editor
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To the Editor:Due to the trials and tribulations of the pandemic, the Community Christmas Project had to be canceled in 2020. But in 2021, the project was held and more than 500 people will be … more
Mayor Joseph M. May I applaud you and thank you for your message to all of us. So very true and timely. With Liberty and Justice for all. Sincerely, Dona Opsal more
As a resident of Estherville for many years, I would like to say how much I appreciate the letters to all of us written by Mayor Joseph May almost every week and published in the Estherville Daily News. He obviously cares deeply about the citizens … more
I noticed in the March 29 issue of the Estherville News that my Congressman, Randy Feenstra, visited Estherville Friday and reviewed solar energy panels at New Fashion Pork with eight city officials as “guests.” I wish I had … more
President Newhouse, I am writing today in regard to the upcoming Spring Commencement at Iowa Lakes. My son is on track to graduate and will be participating in commencement ceremony. For a kid who struggled academically thru high … more
Once again Estherville has proven what it means by “Home Town Support.” When the Covid-19 virus kept the VFW Auxiliary from their annual Buddy Poppy Drive, Oliver Anderson took it upon himself to go around to the area businesses and nearby … more
Dear Friends, As many of you know, Emmet County has had an annual Community Christmas Project for the past 37 years. The project began in 1982 as a response to the stressful financial circumstances faced by many of our community members. The … more
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