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Supervisors discuss possible good neighbor policy

May 9, 2014 Proposed hog confinement owners/operators and their neighbors might be having coffee together a little more often if Emmet County adopts a proposed good neighbor policy for animal confinements. more »»

Police chief search narrowed to three candidates

May 9, 2014 The Estherville City Council accepted the certified list of candidates from the Civil Service commission for a new Chief of Police. The testing was done on April 30. more »»

Public hearings related to Pomp’s Tire

May 9, 2014 The Estherville City Council set Monday, May 19 for two public hearings related to last week’s announcement that Pomp’s Tire is coming to Estherville. more »»

Resentencing hearing held for Wedebrand

May 9, 2014 SPENCER — A resentencing hearing was held Monday in Clay County District Court for Ryan Wedebrand, one of 10 convicted in taking part in the killing of an Estherville teenager in 1997. more »»

Armstrong receives Leach resignation

May 9, 2014 The Armstrong City Council Monday night accepted the resignation of maintenance supervisor Tom Leach who gave his 30-day notice May 1. more »»

Greigs a rodeo family

May 2, 2014 It isn’t too often that a brother and sister have a lot in common, but Clayton and Taylor Greig have a whole lot in common — rodeo. more »»

Estherville man in jail after standoff

May 2, 2014 WALLINGFORD?— Emmet County Sheriff Mike Martens reports that an Estherville man is in custody on multiple charges following a short standoff with law enforcement officials Tuesday. more »»

Quilters on a mission

May 2, 2014 So who on earth would spend thousands of hours making thousands of quilts for total strangers? Why, The St. Patrick’s Mission Quilters, of course. Every Monday afternoon from 1-2:30 or 3 p.m. more »»

Greens celebrate 67 years

May 2, 2014 When you’ve been married for 67 years, you get to know each other pretty well. That’s certainly the case for Dale and Dorothy Green who are celebrating 67 years of marriage toda. more »»

Pomp Tire plans move to estherville

May 2, 2014 A Wisconsin tire company will come to Estherville and park a new original equipment tire mounting operation in the city’s industrial park. more »»

Supervisors hear about loss control

May 2, 2014 Emmet County already has a loss-control program that seems to be working pretty well in keeping down worker’s compensation claims. more »»

It’s all about art Rotarians heard what’s going on at the Pearson Lakes Art Center

May 2, 2014 Sometimes, art can take a lot of directions and approaches, and Estherville Rotarians Thursday learned how the local art world is going to new heights at the Pearson Lakes Art Center in Okoboj. more »»

Hy-Vee Market Cafe open for business

May 2, 2014 With the recent opening of the Hy-Vee Market Cafe´ the Estherville Hy-Vee is now able to offer a full-service restaurant where the goal is to serve great food at a great value in a great atmospher. more »»

North Union Board operational sharing incentives

May 2, 2014 For several years now, Armstrong-Ringsted School District has received supplemental weighting — or additional state aid — by sharing staff. more »»

Round ‘em up

April 25, 2014 Rodeo brings crowd to town Estherville will be growing by a pretty good spurt when the Iowa Junior High and High School Rodeo comes to town next Saturday and Sunday May 3-4 at the Emmet County... more »»

Eagle River Band coming to town

April 25, 2014 Estherville residents will be in for a special treat when the Eagle River Band comes to the VFW Post 3388 from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday, May 3. more »»

Not a shrimpy business

April 25, 2014 When Curt Harvego got into raising shrimp, he didn’t realize how big of a deal it could really be. Just imagine, there you are, having a home barbecue, and you decide to make some kabob. more »»

Mike Martens: A local lawman for 30 years

April 25, 2014 These days, working at the same place for any length of time is an accomplishment. But for three decades? Now that’s dedication and commitmen. more »»

Supervisors approve NFP matrix

April 25, 2014 While the gesture was sheerly symbolic, two out of five Emmet County supervisors Tuesday voted against a matrix application for a hog confinement operation in Section 33 of Denmark Township. more »»

Rotarians learn how to rock

April 25, 2014 Veteran Rotarians had the chance to relive a good slice of their youth Thursday when they heard about plans for the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association’s new museum in West Okoboji. more »»

 
 

 

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