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Who says letter writing is a lost art? For the past several weeks, 20 Emmet County RSVP volunteers have written letters back and forth with Jennifer Gesche’s fourth-graders at Demoney Elementary … more
There will be competition for the Estherville mayor’s seat in the Jan. 25 special election, the Emmet County Board of Supervisors learned at the Tuesday, Dec. 28 meeting. Emmet County Auditor … more
Seth Varner and Austin Schneider visited every incorporated town in Nebraska during the summer months of 2020. For 2021, they set a goal of visiting all 939 incorporated towns in Iowa. Emmet … more
The 2020 Census made redrawing the boundaries for state senate and house and U.S. Congress districts necessary. Shifting population numbers meant some representatives no longer serve the same … more
The Estherville Annual Appreciation Night is approaching fast. Sponsored by the Estherville Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors, the event shows appreciation to area first responders including the … more
Estherville police officer Jacob Hinrickson has been on the job for a year an a half. Police work, however, is not new to him. His father was police chief in Pocahontas when Hinrickson was growing … more
Estherville Lincoln Central fans can support the 2021 Marching Band at 7 p.m., today, Sept. 16 at Hoyt Luithly Field, the school’s home stadium. more
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at its Tuesday, Sept. 14 meeting set a public hearing date for an amended ED # Drainage District reclassification and amended annexation hearing. more
Estherville’s parks crew is short of people. After taking on the eternal task of maintaining Oak Hill Cemetery, the parks maintenance crew is scrambling even after hiring dedicated cemetery help for the summer. There is currently a role available for someone to mow, cut weeds and otherwise maintain the cemetery, probably through October. City maintenance director Roger Hash said, “Leaves will be a huge issue.” more
The heat index could reach 108 Wednesday with little relief in sight before Thursday evening. The Estherville News drove around the area talking to people about how they were dealing with the heat, including the Cellans of Wallingford. See more in … more
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