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With fall approaching and lifeguard staff members meeting obligations for sports, dance, and getting ready for college or going back to teaching jobs, along with the sun going down a bit earlier each … more
Six local Veterans will be on the Honor Flight happening Aug. 27, departing from Ft. Dodge. The Estherville News will have interviews with the six Veterans in upcoming issues, and additional … more
Courtney Ryan and Jesse Harris told the Estherville News on behalf of Summit Carbon Solutions that the CO2 company has begun to submit Exhibit H documents to the Iowa Utilities Board. Landowners have … more
Cora Brandt wrote an eloquent account of her experience as a college freshman in 2020. After graduating with honors from Estherville Lincoln Central High School, Cora went to South Dakota State … more
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, Aug. 9 meeting held a discussion of carbon dioxide pipelines and their impact on the counties and landowners – the exact same time two … more
Nina Marquardt of Project AWARE, the organization that led the cleanup of the West Fork, Des Moines River a month ago, has released more numbers and statistics about the event that brought hundreds … more
So what’s a good cure for kids addicted to the screen?Summer camp, of course.At Emmet County Conservation youth camps, the kids are apparently having so much fun they don’t even have time … more
Like Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, many of us yearn to come back to the rivers of our youth. While Tom and Huck’s river was the mighty Ol’ Miss, for Nathan Brown, now living with his family in … more
Estherville Sweet Corn Days begins this evening with a bags tournament beginning at 5 p.m. at the Estherville Golf Course. The presentation of the flames and opening ceremony hosted by Excel Arts & … more
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