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The induction ceremony for the 2020-21 National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at Estherville Lincoln Central lasted about a half hour. However, it was hours of hard work that the inductees put in to receive the prestigious honor. Seventeen … more
Whether you're looking for little toy drums or little toy horns, a pair of skates or a soccer ball, or just to say hello to the Jolly Old Elf, Santa will be at Santa's House in Library Square on Saturday, December 5 and Saturday, December 12 from 1 … more
Estherville Chamber director Lexie Ruter says this year, small business Saturday will extend for weeks, from this Friday, Nov. 27 through Dec. 21. “Shop the Ville for Holi-yay Cheer,” Ruter said. Shoppers who spend $20 or more at … more
Cathy Beaver’s Confirmation class at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church poses with its “thankful” pumpkin. Each week since the end of September, all wrote one thing on the pumpkin that they were grateful to God for. The students came to … more
Among the few foods grown in North America that were not brought from somewhere else is the American cranberry. Cranberries were once seen as a medicinal cure, and today cranberries are the active ingredient in medicines that help bladder infections … more
Nearly two weeks ago, Susan Christensen, chief justice of the Iowa Supreme Court, issued an order postponing jury trials until February, 2021. Even at that point, the courtroom on the third floor of the Emmet County courthouse will need modification … more
A $50,000 donation from the employees & board of directors at Employees Credit Union was heartily accepted by the Estherville Parks & Recreation Board’s for the Dive Into Fun Swimming Pool Project. “It is a tremendous feeling to be able to … more
The Estherville Lincoln Central Dance Team was at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines on Wednesday for the state dance competition. Results won’t be posted until Dec. 5. ELC’s Abby Sander and Brenna Evans, left and right, respectively, both … more
Hearing and reading about the coronavirus day after day can be overwhelming. It's overwhelming for us at the Estherville News to keep writing the numbers, updating the newest rules and guidelines, and amplify the voices of public health and other … more
The Estherville News needs your help and your great faces in our newspaper. Quarantines and an abundance of attention to safety have sidelined some of our staff, but as we get rolling again, we want to make the last dozen issues of the Estherville … more
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