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Fright Hike is bigger and better

October 28, 2015 This year’s Estherville Fright Hike promises to be the biggest and the scariest. Estherville Chamber Director Lexie Ruter said Saturday’s hike will feature 16 different fright areas. more »»

Iowa Lakes to host annual Jazz Festival

October 25, 2015 Miles Davis said, “Change is always happening. That’s the wonderful thing about jazz music.” Iowa Lakes celebrates the ever-changing improvisation in jazz music at the 25th annual festival. more »»

Lozano to help open conversation about drugs

October 25, 2015 Ray Lozano, Drug & Substance Prevention Specialist and Youth Speaker, is coming to Estherville Thursday thanks to the generosity of the Elks Association Drug Awareness Program (DAP). more »»

Needle felting appeals to all ages

October 25, 2015 Saturday morning, there was a lot of poking going on at Sanborn Kaffe in the Estherville Public Librar. more »»

Halloween Association parties land on Halloween

October 25, 2015 The Estherville Halloween Association will be hosting its annual parties on the holiday this year, Saturday, Oct. 31. more »»

Estherville City Elections

October 21, 2015 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer The 2015 city elections are less than two weeks away as voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 3. more »»

NorthStar to be honored as ‘Champion in Education’

October 21, 2015 ELC Foundation chose Northstar “key supporter” for its annual award By Amy H. more »»

Iowa Lakes to Celebrate Homecoming

October 18, 2015 Students at Iowa Lakes Community College will celebrate Homecoming Oct. 19-24. On the Estherville campus, the week will kick off with Hypnotist Kathy Heng giving a presentation from 7-8:30 p.m. more »»

Local 90-something couple tells war stories at Good Sam

October 18, 2015 Editor’s note: June Goldman and Karl Kiilshom spoke at the Good Samaritan Center on Thursday. This is the first in a two-part series about their presentation. June Goldman grew up in Japan. more »»

Von Bank takes helm at Anytime Fitness

October 18, 2015 Jack Von Bank took over the Estherville location of Anytime Fitness in August, while he has owned the gym in Fairmont, Minn. for four years. more »»

Chamber open house features improvements to business center

October 15, 2015 Tuesday night, the Estherville Chamber of Commerce celebrated its Annual Meeting and Open House with homestyle food and a first look at the renovations to the Excel Building at 14 S. 6th St. more »»

Midgets earn state superior rating

October 14, 2015 By David Swartz Managing Editor The Estherville Lincoln Central Marching Band continued its string of excellence this year with their fourth Superior rating in four years at the state marching band... more »»

Sups discuss former armory

October 14, 2015 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors spent a majority of its meeting on Tuesday discussing the former National Guard Armory located on the Emmet County Fairgrounds. more »»

Chief says keep property secure

October 14, 2015 Unfortunately, apple picking is not confined to an autumn drive to an orchard. According to a Consumer Reports National Research Center survey, 2.1 million Americans had their cellphone stolen. more »»

The election of our lifetime!

October 11, 2015 by Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal wants citizens to start “believing in the American dream again. more »»

ELC Foundation benefit slated for Oct. 24

October 11, 2015 Each year, the ELC Foundation holds just one fundraiser, the Champion in Education Benefit. The 21st annual dinner will be held Saturday, Oct. 24 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Elk’s Lodge in Estherville. more »»

Three men face drug charges

October 11, 2015 The Estherville Police Department has arrested three suspects in connection with ongoing illegal drug activity that has been taking place over the past two weeks. On Sept. more »»

Kim Loose and Craig Petersen perish in related unsolved deaths

October 11, 2015 GONE COLD: EXPLORING IOWA’S UNSOLVED MURDERS This is a weekly feature highlighting some of Iowa’s unsolved homicides in the hopes that it will lead to new tips and potentially help solve cases. more »»

Book celebrates 50th anniversary of Iowa community colleges

October 11, 2015 AMES — A new book released last week by an Iowa State University professor and doctoral students celebrates the 50th anniversary of Iowa community colleges. more »»

Supervisors discuss ATV use on county roads

October 7, 2015 Committee formed to develop policy By David Swartz Managing Editor The Emmet County Board of Supervisors approved moving forward with a concept to allow all-terrain and off-road utility vehicles o... more »»



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