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Transmitter problems take wind out of RedRock’s blades

May 25, 2018 In July, 2016, Jeff Hammond of Tradewinds Energy and local investor Alan Blum announced the investment of up to 500 megawatts of wind power into Emmet and Dickinson counties, with most of the... more »»

UDMO hopes to bring all early childhood/ Head Start children together at Roosevelt

May 25, 2018 Jamey Whitney, executive director of Upper Des Moines Opportunity, said the organization has a goal of bringing all children ages zero to three together at the Roosevelt building. more »»

ELC School Board ELC discusses size of classes

May 25, 2018 After an hour and a half of discussion on Monday, the Estherville Lincoln Central Board tabled the issue of whether to reduce the second-grade from four sections to three for the 2018-19 school yea. more »»

Sidewalk café ordinance passed

May 25, 2018 The Estherville City Council waived a third reading and passed an amendment allowing for sidewalk café seating in downtown Estherville for businesses that have obtained a license and insurance,... more »»

ELC class of 2018 commences with 83

May 23, 2018 Eighty-three members of the class of 2018 graduated from Estherville Lincoln Central High School Sunday. Valedictorian and class president Morgan White gave the welcome and the valedictorian address. more »»

Students earn $655,000 in scholarships at awards ceremony

May 23, 2018 By Estherville News Staff Estherville Lincoln Central students received thousands of dollars in scholarship monies and other accolades at the 2018 ELC Annual Senior Awards Day on Friday. more »»

48 graduate from North Union

May 23, 2018 ARMSTRONG — The North Union Warriors class of 2018 graduated on Sunday at the North Union High School. The graduating class was a size of 48. more »»

Avera breaks ground on ER expansion

May 18, 2018 Dale Hustedt, Avera Holy Family CEO, welcomed approximately 50 guests and thanked supporters for making the project possible. more »»

State requests further review of Christensen appeal

May 18, 2018 On May 8, Kelli Huser, Assistant Iowa State Attorney General, filed a motion for further review to the appeals court of the state of Iowa. more »»

Scholten stumps in Estherville

May 18, 2018 J.D. Scholten said, “We’re the only ones who have outraised [incumbent Steve] King.” Scholten has raised more campaign funds than Rep. King. more »»

P&R Board looks at alternative plan for pool at Thoreson Park

May 18, 2018 The Estherville Parks and Recreation Board received new information on a plan for a plan for the proposed swimming pool at Thoreson Park on Monda. more »»

Modern Woodmen fundraiser for Veterans Memorial Park a success

May 18, 2018 Modern Woodmen of America members in Estherville recently helped raise money for Veterans Memorial Park with a special fundraising event on 4/28/18. more »»

17 bid farewell to G-T High School

May 15, 2018 ABOVE:?Nate Larson gives a hug to Christy Mintah, mother of Noah Flaherty, a member of the Graettinger-Terril class of 2018 who died in June, 2017. Members of the class each brought a flower to Mrs. more »»

Iowa Lakes holds commencement

May 15, 2018 Robert Sheridan and Hallie Jensen, both of Estherville, were among the graduates receiving degrees at Iowa Lakes Community College Friday evening at the Estherville campus gym. more »»

Deez Nuts graduates high school

May 13, 2018 Brady Olson, who made headlines around the country when he launched a presidential campaign in 2016, is now a high school graduat. more »»

Stamp out Hunger seeks to set record

May 7, 2018 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer Estherville postal worker Mike Nieland said the Estherville Post Office has raised its goal from 2,900 pounds of food collected in 2017 to 3,100 for 2018. more »»

At the end of the trail

May 7, 2018 A steep climb at the end of the Defiance Extreme Trail Run provided one last challenge for those who attended the event at Fort Defiance State Park on Saturday. more »»

Fine Arts building update

May 7, 2018 A new engineers’ rendition of the fine arts building at Iowa Lakes Community College was released by facilities director Dee Hiney this week. more »»

For some, their first rodeo

May 7, 2018 The 31st Annual High School and Junior High Rodeo took place in Estherville over the weekend. Among the highlights: Bubba Grieg won first place in bronco riding. Photos by Amy H. more »»

Kaden gets cut

May 7, 2018 Kaden Russell, 11, got in all 24 inches of hair cut off at Hair Divas Salon Wednesday afternoon. more »»



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