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The inspirational legacy of the late Elaine Berghefer, longtime educator in Estherville, lives on through her lifelong commitment to the enrichment of children and her love for sports. Through the Berghefer Mission and Ministry Endowment Fund, … more
Monday, the U.S. Census Bureau released its first apportionment and resident population results on the state level. Iowa retained the four congressional districts, which had decreased from five in the 2010 census. The state of Iowa grew by … more
The U.S. Census Bureau will release the first results of the 2020 Census today, Monday at 2 pm. CDT. These initial results will include chiefly the population of each state, to serve for purposes of apportionment. Apportionment is the process of … more
The mobile food pantry from Food Bank of Iowa is returning for a free distribution from 4-6 p.m., Thursday, May 6 in the Good News (formerly Crossroads) Community Church parking lot, Estherville. Recipients are asked not to arrive before 4 p.m. and … more
Getting food to the people was a great challenge during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, and restaurants, bakeries, food stands, caterers, and other on-site or takeout food and drink businesses remain vital to the economy. For those who … more
[gallery columns="2" ids="550102,550100"] Senior Adelee Reinhardt, right, was named Champion Individual Livestock Judger at Dordt College on Saturday. Reinhardt was also on the Champion Team Livestock Judging with Maggie White, Lynzie Burton, and … more
The Estherville City Council will meet in special session Monday, April 26 with the sole agenda item: consider an amendment to the Development Agreement with Deer Creek Apartments, LLC. Due to the COVID-19 health crisis and to comply with social … more
The Estherville Rotary Club honored 10 Estherville Lincoln Central students with its Service Above Self Award Friday. Ten students have volunteered a combined total of 4,641 hours. From left: Maggie Domek, Claire Brant, Ella Fitzgerald, Gracen Love, … more
The Iowa Department of Public Health reported Thursday that 3,350 adults have completed the COVID-19 vaccine series. Across Iowa, more than 911,000 Iowans have had both doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. “We are very, very close to … more
Carroll Lee Monson of Estherville received in Friday’s mail the Ambassador for Peace Medal from the Republic of Korea Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs. Monson was just 19 when he landed for his first day of overseas service with the … more
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