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The Estherville Lincoln Central School Board will meet at 5:15 p.m., today, in regular session at the high school library. Among the agenda items, the board will consider a change to the schedule that would release Demoney Elementary students 10 … more
The Estherville Fire Department responded to two grass fires on Monday. Estherville Fire Chief Dick Beaver said the first fire was reported shortly after 7:40 a.m., at 1708 Highway 4 South. Upon arrival, firefighters found a pile of logs and … more
An Estherville man died as the result of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident in rural Emmet County over the weekend. According to Emmet County Sheriff Mike Martens, a 2003 Harley Davidson driven by Michael Schubert, 64, was eastbound in … more
Reggie Schive Jazz Camp turns 40 The 40th Annual Iowa Lakes Community College Reggie Schive Jazz camp announces five concerts featuring Headliners and camp participants on Monday through Thursday, June 14 – 17. The 2021 Headliners include: … more
While the weather thus far in June has been hot and dry, there’s still time for things to turn around for area crops. Iowa State University Extension Field Agronomist Paul Kassel said this week that Estherville has had less rain then much of … more
Father Merlin Schrad retires from active Catholic priesthood after 44 years, with his last mass taking place July 4. Father Schrad said his bags are almost packed. St. Patrick’s Church in Estherville and St. Mary’s Church in Armstrong … more
In February, Eagle Construction landed a contract to build a 64-unit building that would run in an L shape toward the south end of its property on North 5th Street, taking over the former Estherville High School football field and track. If this … more
The former wife of an Armstrong man who went missing last May has filed a declaration in Emmet County court to have her husband and the father of her children declared dead. Joseph Robert Gries of Armstrong has been missing since May 22, 2020. … more
The Estherville Swinging Bridge has a long history of spanning the West Fork, Des Moines River, and has had a few complications in the present day. Floodwaters precipitated the replacement and repair of much of the support structure along the … more
The Estherville Police Department has welcomed Pepper, a one-year-old Dutch Shepherd to the police force, but residents won’t see her out sniffing or tracking just yet. “Pepper has had introductory training in identifying illegal narcotics … more
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