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2020!

January 1, 2020 by Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer The Estherville News is entering its 152nd year of publication. more »»

Zero tolerance for alcohol & drug violations

January 1, 2020 “In 36 years, I’ve carried way too many bodies out of road ditches,” Emmet County Sheriff Mike Martens said. A new study found that Iowa has the nation’s 16th highest rate of drunk driving arrest. more »»

Several face citations for underage drinking

January 1, 2020 RINGSTED?— An investigation by the Emmet County Sheriff's Office last Saturday night resulted in numerous alcohol related charges. more »»

January events

January 1, 2020 ELC Post Prom fundraiser Jan. 19 Estherville Lincoln Central Post Prom will host a Jane’s Tacos Fundraiser from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 19, at the Estherville Regional Wellness Cente. more »»

Winter wonderland?

December 23, 2019 Winter wonderland? Temps in the 40s made Sunday a perfect day for a walk. The Larson family: A.J., left, John, and Jeanene, said they were enjoying the afternoon. more »»

2020 Iowa Caucus could yield confusing results

December 23, 2019 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer In Iowa’s caucuses, the process is more involved than showing your ID to election officials, stepping into a voting booth, and marking the spot or pulling the leve. more »»

2020 Iowa Caucus could yield confusing results

December 23, 2019 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer In Iowa’s caucuses, the process is more involved than showing your ID to election officials, stepping into a voting booth, and marking the spot or pulling the leve. more »»

Parks & Rec pulls back on budget

December 19, 2019 By Amy H. more »»

Lady of the Americas

December 19, 2019 Parishioners at St. more »»

May moves in as mayor

December 19, 2019 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer Joseph M. May is Estherville’s new mayor as of Monday night. May prevailed in a runoff election earlier this month. more »»

Tuberculosis diagnosed in north Iowa high school student

December 19, 2019 A notice on the Hampton-Dumont district website confirmed a student at the district’s high school has been diagnosed with tuberculosis. more »»

38 years of care

December 19, 2019 When Carole Thelen was hired as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Good Samaritan Center in 1981, Americans aged 85 and over made up just one percent of the U.S. population. more »»

Hit-and-run knocks out power

December 19, 2019 The Emmet County Sheriff’s Office said an accident shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday morning knocked out power to a portion of south Estherville. more »»

Max the Midget and Santa are friends

December 19, 2019 The Estherville Lincoln Central High School Leadership class held a fundraiser allowing fans of ELC’s mascot Max the Midget and Santa Claus to pose with the duo during Tuesday’s basketball... more »»

Memories displayed

December 19, 2019 Family and friends display part of the late Mary Hart’s Santa Claus decorations at Estherville Public Library. more »»

Christmas sounds at ELC

December 19, 2019 With the first and second grade concerts postponed a week due to weather, the holiday concert schedule at Estherville Lincoln Central was condensed to the start of this wee. more »»

Iowa voter rolls reach two million

December 19, 2019 More than two million Iowans are registered to vote, which is a new milestone for this point in an election cycle. more »»

Emmet County land values up slightly

December 19, 2019 AMES — The annual Iowa State University survey shows the statewide value of an acre of farmland increased by 2.3 percent and now is estimated at $7,43. more »»

ELC OKs land transfer to city for new pool

December 19, 2019 By David Swartz Managing Editor The Estherville Lincoln Central School Board Monday unanimously approved the transfer of land next to the Regional Wellness Center to the City of Estherville for the... more »»

 
 
 

 

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