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Estherville Council eyes water rate hike

September 9, 2015 The Estherville City Council looked over a water rate increase at Tuesday night’s meeting. more »»

Suicide Prevention Week is Sept. 7-13

September 9, 2015 On Thursday, Estherville Mayor Kenny Billings signed a proclamation declaring this week, Sept. 7-13, 2015 as Suicide Prevention Week. more »»

Supervisors approve Peterson Acres Subdivision

September 9, 2015 On Tuesday, the public hearings for the Final Plat of Peterson Acres Subdivision and the rezoning request from A-1 (agriculture) to C-1 (commercial) for Todd Peterson were met with no debat. more »»

That 4-H Glow

September 9, 2015 The Glowing 4-H footrace hits its stride Sunday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. at the Emmet County Fairgrounds. more »»

Iowa Prairie Heritage Week Sept. 13-19

September 6, 2015 Next week, Sept. 13-19, is Iowa Prairie Heritage Week and what better way to celebrate than to visit Emmet County’s prairies. more »»

Fright Hike!

September 6, 2015 This year’s Fright Hike is looking for Emmet County’s scariest people to volunteer for a terror-inducing assignment. The first planning meeting is Sept. 17 at 5:30 p.m. more »»

Thanks for serving and protecting

September 6, 2015 Law enforcement officers are in the national news lately, sometimes as heroes who save lives and other times embroiled in a tragedy that has caused controversy and protests. more »»

‘We’d really like to have some answers’

September 6, 2015 EVANSDALE — The theories have been plenty. Most lead to nothin. more »»

Empowering the farmer’s wife

September 2, 2015 On Tuesday evening, area women gathered at Hillcrest in Graettinger for an educational presentation on agronomy. What these women shared in common was that of rural living and background. more »»

Change the world

September 2, 2015 A group from Bethel Lutheran Church in Graettinger studied the book “Change the World – Recovering the Message and Mission of Jesus,” by Mike Slaughter. more »»

Grant helps area youth

September 2, 2015 Earlier this summer, Upper Des Moines Opportunity, Inc. (UDMO) was awarded a grant from the Emmet County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa. more »»

Fire fighters to Fill the Boot for MDA

September 2, 2015 Members of the Estherville Fire Department along with the Muscular Dystrophy Association, will host a special event to kick off the fire fighters' annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign and... more »»

Good Sam receives a new Advent wreath

September 2, 2015 The Marth family are no strangers to the Good Samaritan Society Estherville. They are dedicated volunteers who offer their time and talents in many ways. more »»

Crowd of 60 peppers Sen. Grassley with questions

August 30, 2015 Ethanol, immigration, the Affordable Care Act and Iran dominated the hour-long town hall meeting at Iowa Lakes Community College. more »»

Dancers start the year off with a little hip hop

August 30, 2015 Friday was the first practice for the Iowa Lake Dance Team and the L’ecole Danse Tea. more »»

Mayor proclaims September National Recovery Month

August 30, 2015 On Wednesday, Estherville Mayor Kenny Billings signed a proclamation declaring September as National Recovery Month. more »»

Introducing ELC School Board candidates

August 30, 2015 Compiled by Amy Peterson Staff Writer Name: Kathy Miller Cornwall? Address (or neighborhood or township): 1471 365th Ave. more »»

Santorum stumps in Estherville

August 26, 2015 Former Pennsylvania senator and Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum made his campaign stop at Hardees in Estherville on Monday morning. more »»

Welcome new ELC teachers

August 26, 2015 Twelve new teachers will grace the classrooms and halls of Estherville Lincoln Central this fall. Among them are a familiar faces as well as many who are in Estherville for the first time. more »»

Back to its old self

August 26, 2015 If you approach a natural, freshwater lake and see it’s green and murky, it means there isn’t enough plant life in it to cycle the aquatic waste. more »»



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