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ELC Middle School band presents concert with variety

May 17, 2017 The middle school bands: fifth grade, sixth grade and seventh-eighth grade, presented a concert with marches, cartoon riffs, and classics Tuesday night. more »»

2017 Iowa Lakes Community College Commencement Burton honored with Jim Hall Outstanding Alumni Award

May 15, 2017 The gym at Iowa Lakes Community College was filled with friends, family and fellow students as the college held its graduation ceremony Friday night. more »»

Citizens petition Armstrong council members to resign

May 12, 2017 Sound issues complicated Monday night’s Armstrong City Council meeting as the citizens assembled repeatedly asked speakers to hold the microphon. more »»

Fire destroys local home

May 12, 2017 Fire heavily damaged a house Tuesday morning on the east side of Estherville. According to fire chief Dick Beaver, firefighters were called out shortly before 7:40 a.m. to 202 N. 17th St. more »»

Pajama Party

May 12, 2017 The Estherville Lincoln Central kindergarten class at Demoney Elementary presented “Pajama Party. more »»

Rockin’ in Estherville

May 12, 2017 Tired of Pokemon Go. Watch for a new type of game coming to the Estherville area soon. more »»

Iowa Lakes receives Green award

May 7, 2017 Iowa Lakes Community College received word Thursday that it has been designated as a 2017 U.S. Department of Education Postsecondary Sustainability Awardee. more »»

A great day for an Extreme Run

May 7, 2017 Near the end of Estherville Lincoln Central’s cross country course at the Estherville Golf Club, high school runners annually have to tackle a hill known as “Big Bertha” about a quarter mile before... more »»

Emergency repair goes deep

May 5, 2017 The sewer issues that began in front of Envy Salon went deeper than anyone in the city realized, Penny Clayton said at Monday night’s Estherville City Council meetin. more »»

Rodeo comes to town Saturday

May 5, 2017 This Saturday and Sunday, the Emmet County Fairgrounds will be filled with the sights and sounds of the 30th annual Estherville High School and Junior High Rodeo. more »»


May 5, 2017 After hearing from Andrew Tate and police chief Brett Shatto, the Estherville City Council voted unanimously on Monday against Tate’s appeal to keep his American Bully dogs in town due to their... more »»

Plans continue for Gold Star Memorial

May 5, 2017 Terry Reekers and Kenny Billings, representing the Gold Star Family Memorial, presented drawings of the planned monument to the Emmet County Board of Supervisors at Tuesday’s meeting. more »»

Iowa Lakes Coffeehouse draws crowd of music lovers

May 5, 2017 Tuesday night's coffeehouse, presented by the Iowa Lakes Community College music department, drew a crowd for free tacos, ice cream sundaes, and sweet music of many genres. more »»

Podunk resistance reaches Emmet County

May 4, 2017 Members of Podunk Resistance from Emmet, Dickinson and Palo Alto counties hold a demonstration in front of the Emmet County Courthouse Wednesday evening. more »»


May 2, 2017 Despite Andrew Tate's appeal, and letters from medical providers that American Bully dogs Achilles and Athena are necessary for the health of Tate and his fiancee, the Estherville city council voted... more »»

Working together to fix Armstrong

May 1, 2017 The City of Armstrong held a work session Thursday night, led by city attorney Brian Thul of Whittemor. more »»

Into the cold, grey yonder

May 1, 2017 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer “It’s a great career,” Iowa Lakes Community College graduate Bryan Indrelie said to a group of students from Estherville Lincoln Central high school. more »»

Thompson, Derrickson crowned at GT/RA prom

May 1, 2017 Thompson, Derrickson crowned at GT/RA prom Jordan Thompson and Hailey Derrickson were crowned king and queen at the 2017 Graettinger-Terril High School Prom on Saturday in Graettinger. more »»

Estherville police arrest 19-year old Estherville man

May 1, 2017 Estherville police worked through the week to locate Kristopher Kruger, age 19, of Estherville relating to several warrants for his arrest. more »»

Armstrong city council calls special meeting

April 27, 2017 The Armstrong city council is holding a special meeting at 6 p.m. tonight, Thursday, April 27. more »»



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