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Wellness Coalition discusses upcoming Lifestyle Challenge

December 12, 2014 Much of Wednesday’s Emmet County Wellness Coalition meeting was taken up with discussion of the upcoming Lifestyle Challenge that starts Jan. 9. more »»

Armstrong approves GKN pre-treatment agreement

December 12, 2014 ARMSTRONG — The Armstrong City Council Monday night agreed to let GKN to hook up to the city sewer system, provided the Iowa Department of Natural Resources approve the agreement. more »»

What a waste

December 12, 2014 Do you know what happens to your garbage after you set it out every week? Estherville Rotarians Thursday found out — and asked a lot of follow-up questions about solid waste and what happens to it. more »»

Armstrong Council changes recyclers

December 12, 2014 ARMSTRONG — The Armstrong City Council Monday night changed providers to accommodate more plastic and glass recycling. more »»

What Christmas is all about

December 5, 2014 The Estherville Area Ministerial Association Community Christmas Project served 632 people from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday. more »»

Madden: 2014 a good year for Emmet County

December 5, 2014 As 2014 rolls to a close, Emmet County Board of Supervisors chair Alan Madden at Tuesday’s board meeting reviewed some of the positives that have happened over the past year. more »»

Gage objects to odors

December 5, 2014 Estherville businessman Roy Gage Tuesday voiced his objection to the Emmet County Board of Supervisors to odors Gage said came from the Iowa Protein Solutions rendering plant south of Estherville. more »»

Supervisors abate mobile home taxes

December 5, 2014 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday agreed to abate $225 in past due mobile home taxes on an abandoned property. more »»

Council OKs funds to develop park plan

December 5, 2014 The Estherville City Council addressed a short agenda at its regular meeting on Monday evening. more »»

Armstrong Council meets Monday

December 5, 2014 ARMSTRONG?— The Armstrong City Council will meet at 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 8 at Armstrong City Hall. more »»

New dean hired for Estherville campus

December 5, 2014 A new Executive Dean has been hired for the Estherville campus of Iowa Lakes Community College. Robert (Bob) Leifeld was approved at the Board of Trustees meeting Nov. 18. more »»

Stokes named executive dean of instruction and development

December 5, 2014 Iowa Lakes Community College has a new Executive Dean of Instruction and Development. more »»

ELC High School honors top students

November 28, 2014 Ten Estherville Lincoln Central students were inducted into the National Honor Society in ceremonies Tuesday afternoon at the ELC gym. more »»

Local man faces charges

November 28, 2014 An Estherville man has been arrested for impersonating an officer. On Friday, Nov. more »»

Producers hear Farm Bill details

November 28, 2014 Area farmers packed the Iowa Lakes Community College to the seams Monday to hear an explanation of the 2014 Farm Bill. more »»

North Union students go big for J-term classes

November 28, 2014 ARMSTRONG — Apparently J-term classes are making a bigger hit than ever with North Union students. more »»

Emmet County 4-H holds awards night

November 28, 2014 Emmet County 4-H’ers held their annual Annual Awards Night this past Sunday in the Forest Ridge gym in Gruver. The annual event honors 4-H youth for their efforts for the past year. more »»

River trail takes a step forward

November 21, 2014 The Estherville City Council Monday evening moved a step closer to construction of the first phase of the city’s trail plan. more »»

Ruter, GKN honored by IGL Corridor

November 21, 2014 SPENCER— The Iowa Lakes Corridor held its fifth annual Business Recognition Luncheon on Nov. 19 at the Clay County Regional Events Center in Spencer. more »»

ELC one-to-one technology on track

November 21, 2014 One-to-one technology planned for Estherville Lincoln Central High School students is going better than expected, the ELC Board of Education learned Monday night. more »»

 
 
 

 

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