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Fifth Avenue North project expected to be done in October

October 11, 2013 The Estherville City Council learned Monday the Fifth Avenue North project continues to move forward. This week, the street was installed between the 600 and 700 blocks of Fifth Avenue North. more »»

ELC Champions in Education banquet

October 11, 2013 The Estherville Lincoln Central School Foundation 20th annual Champions in Education benefit will be held Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Estherville Golf Cours. more »»

Local residents take part in Walk to fight hunger

October 4, 2013 The Estherville community turned out to help fight hunger in a local CROP Hunger Walk this past Sunday. Ninety-one participants came out to walk and raised well over $3,000. more »»

Ringsted, Wallingford to have contested city elections

October 4, 2013 It appears that Ringsted and Wallingford are the only Emmet County communities with contested elections Tuesday, Nov. 5. more »»

A-R swears in new board

October 4, 2013 ARMSTRONG?— The Armstrong-Ringsted Board of Education in its organizational meeting of the new board Monday night swore in members elected Sept. 10. more »»

Supervisors mull building projects, excavator

October 4, 2013 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday juggled two upcoming building projects and a recently purchased excavator — and how to pay for them. more »»

Foundation clarifies Nature Center use policy

October 4, 2013 WALLINGFORD — The Emmet County Nature Center Foundation at its monthly meeting Thursday clarified its policy for use of the Nature Center. more »»

Better late …

September 27, 2013 This year, just like he has a lot of years in the past, Ed Boucher of Estherville went to 50th AAA reunion in Branson, Mo. more »»

Bahr making Haiti mission trip

September 27, 2013 On Oct. 19, Deb Bahr’s life will change forever. In a way, it already has. On Oct. 19, she’ll see firsthand things she’s only heard of. And on Oct. more »»

Historical society restoring Brujeld cabin

September 27, 2013 Emmet County Historical Society board members are taking advantage of the recent mild fall weather to do an extensive restoration of the Brujeld cabin on the museum grounds on South 18th Street,... more »»

Supervisors correct assessment for Wallingford resident

September 27, 2013 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a request to correct an assessment in Wallingfor. more »»

Coming to America

September 20, 2013 The first time a person flies, there are a number of things that could go through his mind — usually having to do with crashes. And then there are flight delays of course. more »»

ELC School Board: Superior stop best option

September 20, 2013 The Estherville Lincoln Central Board of Education Monday night told a Minnesota parent that leaving her children at a bus stop in Superior was the best the district could offer at the present time. more »»

ELC reorganizes to five-member board

September 20, 2013 The Estherville Lincoln Central Board of Education Monday said farewell to two veteran board members — Michelle McCoy and Don Schiltz — as it reorganized from seven to five members, something... more »»

Vanden Bosch does double duty

September 20, 2013 Ryan Vanden Bosch is a very busy man these days. Not that he wasn’t busy befor. more »»

City electric rates to increase

September 17, 2013 The Estherville City Council approved an increase in electric rates at its regular meeting Monday. Estherville city Administrator Penny Clayton explained there are two reasons for the increase. more »»

Minnesota Supreme Court upholds Alvarez conviction

September 17, 2013 The Minnesota Court of Appeals in a Sep. more »»

P&R board looks at campground proposal

September 14, 2013 The Estherville Parks and Recreation Board reviewed several proposals at its meeting on Monday. The first on the docket was a campground next to the river just off South First Street. more »»

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: That’s how we spell it

September 14, 2013 North Union freshmen had an eye-opener Friday, Sept. 6. First of all, they didn’t have school — or at least classes, anyway. more »»



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