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Former Armstrong police chief Craig Merrill filed two motions in district court that came for hearing April 5. Merrill sought to have some of the charges against him dropped in connection with the case brought by the state of Iowa against several … more
The Emmet County Historical Society Museum will open for the summer June 1. It will only be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 2-5 p.m. Others times will be by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling Mildred Bryan (362-3038) or any … more
Several events are happening Saturday, June 5, 2021 to Kick Cancer to the Curb, and to celebrate the Estherville VFW’s 100th Anniversary. The day kicks off with Bike for a Cure, a 26 or 12 mile bicycle ride beginning at 8 a.m., Sanborn … more
The Emmet County Cattlemen grilled on a chilly Friday to raise funds for their local scholarship and other community services. Front row from right: Gary Ecekberg, Jeff Ulrich, Neal Ruschy, Mike Schnell, Tom Rezac, Derek Smith, Morgan Matthews. Back … more
Rob Sand, state auditor, met with nearly a dozen Estherville area citizens outside in Library Square Wednesday afternoon. When Sand ran for office in 2018, he faced skeptics who were upset because he is not a CPA. Sand was an assistant attorney … more
ESTHERVILLE -- Jerry Wiseman, a longtime newspaper publisher in Iowa, has reached an agreement to purchase the Estherville News and the Emmetsburg Reporter and Democrat from the Ogden Newspapers, the two parties announced Thursday. The sale is … more
Changes are afoot at the Estherville News. An announcement is coming tomorrow, Friday, May 28. more
Governor Reynolds signed new legislation that will allow an adopted adult whose original birth certificate was substituted with a new certificate after an adoption, to apply for and obtain a non-certified copy of the original certificate of birth, … more
The mobile food pantry from the Food Bank of Iowa is returning again. The free distribution will take place from 4-6 p.m. Thursday June 3, in the Good News Estherville (Crossroads) Church parking lot. Recipients are asked not to arrive before 4 p.m. … more
The Estherville Parks & Recreation Department will be offering a tennis program for boys and girls ages 8 to 17 years old. Group instruction will be given at the tennis courts in Spurgin Park on South 15th Street. The first session will be June … more
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