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Estherville Community Dinners has released its 2020 Sponsor Schedule. For more information, see the Estherville Community Dinners Facebook page and EsthervilleCommunityDinners.com. Any community group who would like to sponsor October's meal or … more
The Estherville Ambassadors helped Lesli and Trace Iverson with the ribbon-cutting this week. The Iversons took over the bowling alley last September and renamed it All-Star Lanes. It is located at 104 S. 17th St. From left are Estherville Chamber … more
The Estherville Ambassadors welcomed new Hy-Vee Wine and Spirits Manager Kaitlyn Apitz to Estherville on Wednesday. From left are ambassadors Dallas Quastad and Glen Caron, Estherville Chamber Director Lexie Ruter, Hy-vee employee Todd West, Kaitlyn … more
GRUVER - A clothes dryer fire caused smoke damage to a house in Gruver Tuesday morning. According to Gruver Fire Department Assistant Chief Wes Baddeley, firefighters responded to 505 First Ave. around 8 a.m. Baddeley said the fire was contained to … more
A new paper from Iowa State economist Dave Swenson says Iowa industries recovered from the Great Recession at a rate less than half the national average, and rural areas had a different experience from Iowa's urban areas. From 2007 to 2018, the … more
Former Estherville Lincoln Central standout Lincoln Coakley was back in town for Tuesday's wrestling meet at the high school. ELC was celebrating Senior Night, which included Lincoln's brother Royce. The Midgets won duals against Alta-Aurelia and … more
Most people struggle with finding places to store items that are needed, but use infrequently. School districts are no different. On Monday, the Estherville Lincoln Central School Board created a building committee to determine if the school … more
A new paper from Iowa State economist Dave Swenson says Iowa industries recovered from the Great Recession at a rate less than half the national average, and rural areas had a different experience from Iowa's urban areas. From 2007 to 2018, the … more
The Emmet County Supervisors approved using monies from the Local Option Sales and Service Tax after three requests at Tuesday's meeting. Following a presentation by Estherville City Administrator Penny Clayton and Park Board members Bob Jensen … more
The North Union and Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire dance teams joined forces Tuesday evening, performing at half-time of both the girls and boys basketball games in Armstrong. Photos by David Swartz more
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