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Buseum will roll into town Sept. 6

August 30, 2016 The TRACES?Center for History and Culture is bringing its mobile exhibit “At Home in the Heartland:?Stories of how Iowans got to be ‘Us,’ to the Estherville Public Library. more »»

In a pickle

August 30, 2016 The sun was just starting to sink in a cerulean sky as ELC?tennis coach Tony Klein?took the court to walk through the rules and essence of pickleball. more »»

Register gives high five to local meteorite

August 30, 2016 In Sunday’s Des?Moines Register, reporter Susan Stapleton shouted out to eight of Iowa’s hidden treasures. more »»

ELC schools announce new motto

August 24, 2016 From ELC?schools Estherville Lincoln Central officials unveiled a new school motto at the all-district staff meeting on Wednesday. more »»

‘Camping is our lifeline’

August 24, 2016 “Camping was really going in July, but not August,”?Emmet County Conservation?Board Director Eric Anderson said. “That’s our lifeline. more »»

ECCB meets Wednesday

August 24, 2016 The Emmet County Conservation Board will meet in regular session at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 31. more »»

Sioux City man charged with burglary at power plant

August 24, 2016 A Sioux City man arrested by Worthington, Minn., police on operating while intoxicated charges last will also face burglary and other charges from the Estherville police. more »»

Pheasants Forever donates trailer to SWCD

August 24, 2016 Emmet County Pheasants Forever provided assistance to Emmet County Soil and Water Conservation District with the donation of a trailer. more »»

Fay bridal shower postponed

August 24, 2016 The bridal shower honoring Tracy Fay, fiancée of Dane Ross, scheduled for Saturday at the Wallingford Lutheran Church has been postponed due to the passing of Jerry Fa. more »»

McAllister files resistance to motion for new trial

August 23, 2016 Assistant State Attorney General Coleman McAllister, prosecutor in the case of Lee . more »»

5, 6, 7, 8!

August 21, 2016 by Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer The routine starts with one of twelve girls doing handsprings across the front, before joining the other eleven in hip hop synchronicit. more »»

Estherville Ambulance has storied history, uncertain future

August 21, 2016 Haukoos retires after 25 years, DePyper takes EMS?helm by Amy H. more »»

Daws touts audio books

August 21, 2016 Estherville native and author Amy Daws hosted anything but a typical reading at the Estherville Public Library after hours Saturday afternoon. more »»

A day of peace

August 21, 2016 Sunday afternoon, about fifty people gathered in Estherville’s Library Square for A Day of Peace in Estherville. Rebecca Thoreson played flute, Joseph Sexe played guitar and sang. more »»

New trial sought for Christensen

August 17, 2016 The attorney for a teen convicted of killing an Estherville college student has filed a motion for a new tria. more »»

Linda Brown is top fundraiser for scleroderma

August 17, 2016 Linda Brown of Estherville was awarded Individual Fundraiser of the Year at the Scleroderma Foundation’s national conference July 30 in New Orleans. “I?cannot take away your scleroderma. more »»

Deer not dear to Ericksons

August 17, 2016 The Erickson’s garden on the edge of Wallingford has grown into a county landmark. more »»

Shopko officially announces opening

August 17, 2016 Shopko officially announced this week that it will open a new Shopko Hometown store located at 2402 Central Avenue in Estherville. more »»

Ready for school

August 17, 2016 With school less than two weeks away, Estherville Lincoln Central teachers and staff are preparing for the first day of classes on Aug. 31. more »»

Solar farm heats up in September

August 15, 2016 Rick Olesen, CEO of Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative said the last year has ramped up for the Cooperative in its construction of a solar farm adjacent to its Estherville headquarters. more »»



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