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Staff Writer The Estherville News is entering its 152nd year of publication. Because the past often defines the future, and because another year and another decade have come to life, the newsroom developed and collected 20 predictions for … more
Staff Writer In Iowa's caucuses, the process is more involved than showing your ID to election officials, stepping into a voting booth, and marking the spot or pulling the lever. The word "caucus" comes from a word in the dialect of the … more
Staff Writer In Iowa's caucuses, the process is more involved than showing your ID to election officials, stepping into a voting booth, and marking the spot or pulling the lever. The word "caucus" comes from a word in the dialect of the … more
Winter wonderland? Temps in the 40s made Sunday a perfect day for a walk. The Larson family: A.J., left, John, and Jeanene, said they were enjoying the afternoon. Christmas may not be white as above-freezing temperatures and mild skies … more
CHEROKEE - In a battle of ranked teams, Estherville Lincoln Central's Kaitlyn Tendal kept her team on pace with Class 3A No. 10 Cherokee in the first quarter. However, the Braves pulled away with a 27-point second quarter and went to win 86-68 … more
Managing Editor The Estherville Lincoln Central School Board Monday unanimously approved the transfer of land next to the Regional Wellness Center to the City of Estherville for the city's planned new swimming pool. While the transfer did not … more
With the first and second grade concerts postponed a week due to weather, the holiday concert schedule at Estherville Lincoln Central was condensed to the start of this week. Above, Miss Eleanor Witt leads the second (left) and first (right) graders … more
The Emmet County Sheriff's Office said an accident shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday morning knocked out power to a portion of south Estherville. The accident happened at the intersection of South 13th Street and Third Avenue South. According to deputies, … more
Staff Writer Joseph M. May is Estherville's new mayor as of Monday night. May prevailed in a runoff election earlier this month. Outgoing mayor Kenny Billings delivered the oath of office to May, to Roy Gage, the newly elected council member for … more
AMES - The annual Iowa State University survey shows the statewide value of an acre of farmland increased by 2.3 percent and now is estimated at $7,432. Land in Emmet County kept its value well above that average and increased over last year. In … more
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