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Williams and Company PC cut ribbon on Estherville acquisition

January 13, 2019 Estherville Chamber Ambassadors and Board members helped cut the ribbon for Williams and Company PC, which acquired Nelson, Gayer, Versteeg CPAs accounting firm. more »»

Demoney elementary evacuated

January 10, 2019 Demoney Elementary School in Estherville was evacuated for about an hour Thursday morning after the smell of smoke was detected. more »»

Municipal pool is happening

January 9, 2019 During a special public meeting that lasted about one hour and 45 minutes, the Estherville Parks & Recreation board voted unanimously to move forward with the municipal pool committee's design and... more »»

Smelling better

January 8, 2019 Emmet County and Farmers Union Industries, the parent company of the Central Bi-Products rendering plant, reached a settlement Tuesday morning on the lawsuit filed by the county Oct. 1, 2018. more »»

ELC alum’s research could save breath

January 6, 2019 Diatoms are vital to life on earth and don’t get the attention they deserve, Kevin Dong said. more »»

Parks & Rec announces special pool meeting

January 4, 2019 The Estherville Parks & Recreation Board will hold a special meeting Wednesday, Jan 9 at 7 p.m. in the council chambers of city hall. more »»

Legislators look forward to session

January 2, 2019 The 88th General Assembly of the Iowa state legislature begins Jan. 14. Feb. more »»

Emmet County officials kick off new year

January 2, 2019 The Emmet County board of supervisors met Wednesday morning, the first business day of 2019 for its first session of the year. more »»

Firefighter Randy Cody honored

January 2, 2019 Fire trucks from Gruver, Estherville and Milford were among the procession for the funeral of Randy Cody Wednesday morning. more »»

2018 Year in Review-Part 2

December 30, 2018 Emmet County raised funds for a Gold Star Families memorial and Law Enforcement/Rescue memorial during 2018 that is now located at 20th and Central Avenue. more »»

Federal gov. shutdown affects some Iowa services

December 30, 2018 With the continuing shutdown of the U.S. government, some sites and services in Iowa are shut down or have reduced staffing and services. more »»

Can nicotine impact memory?

December 30, 2018 An Iowa doctor is researching whether nicotine might improve mental acuity in people aged 55 and older who have memory loss. Dr. more »»

Reminder: flags return to full-staff this weekend

December 28, 2018 (DES MOINES) –On Saturday, December 1, 2018, Gov. more »»

2018 Year in Review

December 26, 2018 Area students go to State After a 27-year hiatus, the Estherville Lincoln Central High School Jazz Band went to the Iowa Jazz Championships, after placing second at the NCIBA District Jazz Contest... more »»

Estherville city offices closed New Year’s Day

December 26, 2018 The Estherville City Offices, Public Library, and ECCOG will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019, in observance of New Year's Da. more »»

ECCB to meet on Jan. 3

December 26, 2018 The Emmet County Conservation Board will meet at 10 a.m., Thursday, Jan. 3 at the Emmet County Nature Center. more »»

Estherville Ambulance institutes fees

December 26, 2018 As of January 1, 2019 the Estherville Ambulance Service will be charging $75 for non-transport calls including: lift assists and calls when a party decides not to be transported after they or... more »»

Express registration at ILCC

December 26, 2018 Iowa Lakes Community College is hosting two ‘Express Registration Days’ in January to assist students with the registration process. The Express Registration Days will be held on Monday, Jan. more »»

Berven selected to instruct for Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program

December 26, 2018 Iowa Lakes Community College Professor Lecia Berven was selected to be one of seven instructors for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program. more »»

Merry Christmas

December 23, 2018 Merry Christmas Estherville Lincoln Central Elementary Principal Shane Kalous and this group of holiday characters including Santa Claus, helped welcome students to school Friday morning. more »»



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