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Girl Scouts is for girls who want to change the world, speak up for others, explore the outdoors and have fun. Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa is hosting a free Zoom event for girls, leaders and adult volunteers to join free Monday, Jan. 25 from … more
The Estherville city council awarded the low bid for demolition of the former Estherville municipal pool site to Michaelson, Inc. of Armstrong. City administrator Penny Clayton said owner Michael Sjoblum planned to work beyond the bid letting and … more
The National Weather Service from Des Moines is reporting a winter storm that will spread wintry precipitation across the region this weekend. Warmer air pulled into the state could cause an intense winter mix, but the Weather Service is uncertain … more
Many people want to give back to the community but may not have a lot of time to volunteer. In only about an hour, volunteer blood donors can help save lives and feel instant gratification. The community is invited to give back and help save lives … more
Governor Kim Reynolds used Tuesday’s “Condition of the State” address to press for a law requiring schools to offer 100% in-person instruction.“I’m asking the legislature to immediately send a bill to my desk that gives parents the choice … more
As members of the Iowa National Guard’s Alpha Battery - 194th Field Artillery continue their CENTCOM mission in the Middle East and North Africa, their commander addressed the Iowa legislature in Des Moines for the annual Condition of the National … more
The Estherville Coat Drive ran through Jan. 10, and community sponsors rounded up the coats to donate to Upper Des Moines Opportunity to give to anyone in need of a warm coat. From left, Jeremy Dean of Fareway, UDMO Outreach Specialist Jessica … more
An Estherville woman who assaulted her brother in May had attempted murder and other felony charges dropped when she pled guilty Monday in an agreement with the Emmet County attorney. Julissa Ramirez, 20, entered a guilty plea for the aggravated … more
Editor’s Note: The Estherville News spoke with Anne Discher, Executive Director of Common Good Iowa, an organization formed by the merger of Iowa Policy Project and Child and Family Policy Center on the day of the Condition of the State address. … more
Thursday, a judge ruled in favor of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, fining Josh and Tony Brown of Armstrong a $76,000 penalty for violating the federal Clean Water Act. The Browns do business as Riverview Cattle and were found to have … more
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