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Condon tells about Iowa Lakes scholarship programs

April 18, 2014 This year, Iowa Lakes Community College students received $951,000 in scholarship assistance. more »»

ELC School Board approves 3-4 reading, math position

April 18, 2014 After hearing a proposal from third- and fourth-grade teachers, the Estherville Lincoln Central Board of Education Monday approved a new 3-4 reading and math positio. more »»

Supervisors approve insurance documents

April 18, 2014 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a number of documents to send to the Iowa Insurance Commissioner, and the board was also told that the county’s insurance renewal will carry ... more »»

Almquist to retire as Fareway manager

April 18, 2014 When Mark Almquist first came to Estherville to manage the Fareway store on Jan. 1, 1993, it would be a little over year later when the current store opened on Central Avenue. more »»

Bids not required for interim county engineer

April 18, 2014 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday learned that competitive bids are not required for the county to hire an interim engineer. more »»

G-T elementary raises funds for Witten’s Warriors

April 18, 2014 Saving a penny isn’t much these days. But like anything, saving a whole bunch of pennies can sometimes do a lot of good. more »»

Volunteer Network launches website

April 18, 2014 The Emmet County Volunteer Network viewed the group’s Website and learned about volunteer opportunities at its quarterly meeting Monday at Iowa Lakes Community Colleg. more »»

Armstrong picks INS for water plant, water tower study

April 18, 2014 The Armstrong City Council in special session Monday chose INS Group to do a water plant and water tower study for $3,500. The firm already did a lagoon study for the cit. more »»

Bids not required for interim county engineer

April 15, 2014 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday learned that competitive bids are not required for the county to hire an interim engineer. more »»

Every 15 Minutes someone dies as the result of an alcohol-related collision

April 11, 2014 They call the program Every 15 Minutes, and it’s probably one of the most effective programs there is in curbing teen drinking and driving. more »»

DARE’ing to be different

April 11, 2014 When you’re in fifth grade, there’s an enormous amount of pressure to fit in. more »»

ELC MS principal submits resignation

April 11, 2014 Estherville Lincoln Central Middle School Principal Nathan Essary has announced he is resigning from position at the end of the school year. more »»

Gassman and Guth review legislation at town hall

April 11, 2014 Rep. Tedd Gassman and Sen. Dennis Guth discussed approved and upcoming legislation in Des Moines with constituents Saturday at the Sleep Inn & Suites board room. more »»

Council OKs rezoning for proposed assisted living site

April 11, 2014 The Estherville City Council took another step in helping the progress of a planned assisted living facility in the tow. more »»

On April 17, ELC students will Choose2Matter

April 11, 2014 On April 17, all of the 1,400 students in Estherville Lincoln Central Community School District will be asked a simple question: “What matters most to you, and why?” Unlike most questions that... more »»

Armstrong man arrested following police chase

April 11, 2014 An Armstrong man faces several charges following a police chase early Sunday morning. On April 6 at approximately 1:54 a.m. more »»

Gitchie Manitou 40 years later

April 11, 2014 Usually, Estherville Rotarians are pouncing out the door when the bell is rung at 1 p.m. — sometimes a little before if they have a business appointment. more »»

Supervisors hear presentations from Hope Haven, Seasons

April 11, 2014 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday heard about services from two mental health providers — Hope Haven Mental Health Services and Seasons Center for Community Mental Health. more »»

Armstrong gives, sells lots

April 11, 2014 ARMSTRONG — Armstrong had a good jumpstart in city growth Monday night when the Armstrong City Council held public hearings gave away two and sold one lot in Golf Course Subdivision to two parties. more »»

Armstrong council tussles over second garbage employee

April 11, 2014 Armstrong City Council members Monday had a little late-night discussion over whether the city should hire another part-time employee to help with the city garbage truck. more »»



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