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Family and friends display part of the late Mary Hart's Santa Claus decorations at Estherville Public Library. Jim Hart, Mary's widower, assembled the display along with Suzanne West, Carla Ridout and Kathy Holmquist, as well as Jim and Mary's … more
When Carole Thelen was hired as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Good Samaritan Center in 1981, Americans aged 85 and over made up just one percent of the U.S. population. Now older adults will reach nearly five percent of the population in 2020 and … more
Parishioners at St. Patrick's Catholic Church held a rosary and mass in Spanish early Sunday morning to celebrate an event that cannot be explained, and is significant in the life of the church: the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe. After … more
The U.S. Veterans Magazine has released the prestigious "Best of the Best" colleges for military veterans and Iowa Lakes Community College was selected as the only community college in Iowa to receive this award and one of three colleges in the … more
More than two million Iowans are registered to vote, which is a new milestone for this point in an election cycle. Secretary of State Paul Pate says there have not ever been this many registered voters in Iowa at the beginning of December heading … more
The Estherville Lincoln Central High School Leadership class held a fundraiser allowing fans of ELC's mascot Max the Midget and Santa Claus to pose with the duo during Tuesday's basketball doubleheader with Western Christian on Friday. Above, Jesse … more
A notice on the Hampton-Dumont district website confirmed a student at the district's high school has been diagnosed with tuberculosis. Public health officials will be at the high school this month to test students, staff and others who may have had … more
Staff Writer After a marathon, four-hour session on specifications for the new municipal pool Thursday evening, the Estherville Parks & Rec board plowed straight ahead at its regular meeting Monday night into budget talks for the 2020-2021 … more
The Estherville City Council will meet Monday, Dec. 16, 2019 at 5 p.m. in the council chambers of city hall. The council will consider a resolution awarding the contract regarding the 2019 Central Ave. Bridge project. The council will also review … more
UPDATE: Nathan Russell is found and back with family Sometime after 4 p.m. Sunday, December 15, the Estherville Police Department issued a bulletin stating Nathan Russell had left a house on Central Ave. in Estherville wearing a grey shirt and … more
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