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Celebrating academics

October 27, 2017 By David Swartz Managing Editor Estherville Lincoln Central High School students who have achieved academic success were honored in a brief ceremony on Tuesday. more »»

Cleaning up at city hall

October 27, 2017 A fire shortly before 9 p.m. Wednesday sent two people to the hospital with smoke inhalation. more »»

Scholarship students thank donors

October 27, 2017 Oct. 20, the Iowa Lakes Community College Foundation held a Scholarship Recognition Event to thank foundation donors for the impact they make on a student’s education. Around 100 people attende. more »»

ELC parents question school’s response to text threat

October 27, 2017 The Estherville Lincoln Central Board heard concerns from parents about school officials’ response to a threatening text message that was received by an ELC student two weeks ago. more »»

Heartland Co-op full of beauty and bounty

October 27, 2017 Heartland Co-op presented their diverse wares from eight vendors Thursday evening in advance of Friday’s Grand Opening. more »»

Supervisors discuss mental health and abused kids issues

October 27, 2017 At Tuesday’s Emmet County Board of Supervisors meeting, Jessie Hansen of Prevent Child Abuse Iowa, and Jamey Whitney, CEO of Upper Des Moines Opportunity presented information from Iowa Child Abuse... more »»

Iowa Lakes Coffee House

October 17, 2017 Tuesday night’s Coffee House at Iowa Lakes Community College offered music from many genres, coffee to fuel the fun, and styles from sweet to silly to simply classic. more »»

Celebrating Estherville

October 17, 2017 The ballroom of Studio 12 in the Excel Building was packed nearly wall to wall with tables as guests of the Estherville Chamber gathered for the annual dinner. more »»

New site proposed for Gold Star Family Memorial

October 17, 2017 Terry Reekers leads a team of local citizens who are planning for a Gold Star Family Memorial sculpture in Estherville. The group has raised $30,500 of the $48,000 needed for the memoria. more »»

Citizens Climate Lobby local chapter hosts conference

October 17, 2017 \This weekend, the North Wind Regional Chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby met at Lakeside Laboratory in Okoboji. more »»

ECAS picks apples for animals

October 17, 2017 Kristy Henning, director, and volunteers Larry and Marlene Walthart set out to pick apples for the second annual apple crisp fundraiser for the Emmet County Animal Shelte. more »»

ELC MS student among honorees at Belin-Blank Center

October 17, 2017 Kai Li Dong of Estherville, and a student at Estherville Lincoln Central Middle School, was among the almost 500 students from Iowa and throughout the nation who were recently invited to be honored... more »»

Celebrating a 2017 Titans Homecoming

October 11, 2017 Graettinger-Terril and Ruthven-Ayrshire held homecoming at each school this past week. more »»

VA Clinic awarded to Spirit Lake

October 11, 2017 Estherville Area Partnership for Growth Director Lyle Hevern said, “It’s some of the most depressing news I’ve received in some time.” The U.S. more »»

Juvenile charged with sending text message

October 11, 2017 The Estherville Police Department in cooperation with the Estherville Lincoln Central School District filed a charge on Thursday in regards to the text message threat that a student received the... more »»

GKN donates to Avera project

October 11, 2017 GKN?recently donated $25,000 for Avera Holy Family’s capital campaign for a new emergency roo. more »»

Emmet County parents weigh in on new kids & TV study

October 11, 2017 AMES – A new Iowa State University study is one of the first to demonstrate the consequences of allowing children to have a TV or video game system in their bedroom. more »»

ELC, police investigate text message

October 4, 2017 Estherville Lincoln Central school superintendent Tara Paul broadcasted a message about a concerning message received by a student. more »»

Iowa auditor releases report on Armstrong finances

September 28, 2017 In a report dated March 28, 2017 and released to the public yesterday, Iowa Auditor of State Mary Mosiman detailed issues with the City of Armstrong’s finances. $88,600. more »»



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