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A World War II story - Husband/son/brother was MIA in 1945

May 7, 2020 Editor’s note: In honor of V-E Day, the end of World War II in Europe, we’re running this letter submitted by Carol (Berchenbriter) Swartz of Dollive. more »»

Phased reopening planned for county courthouse

May 7, 2020 At Tuesday’s meeting of the Emmet County supervisors, county attorney Melanie Summers Bauler reported on a meeting among county department heads on how to phase in the reopening of the Emmet County... more »»

Estherville offers small business grants

May 7, 2020 The city of Estherville is offering $50,000 in local option sales & service tax funds to assist Estherville small businesses impacted by COVID-1. more »»

A successful blood drive

May 1, 2020 All appointments were filled for Estherville’s Community Blood Bank drive Tuesda. more »»

ELC still working on celebrating Class of 2020

May 1, 2020 Estherville Lincoln Central officials released information this week on end-of-the year activities for the Class of 2020. more »»

Iowa nears 7,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 while state starts re-opening

May 1, 2020 The national toll for incidences of COVID-19 has topped one million people with over 60,000 deaths. more »»

Open Friday? Not so fast

May 1, 2020 Monday, Governor Reynolds announced a number of categories of businesses and organizations that could open at 50% capacity, including restaurants, libraries, and retail stores. more »»

Supervisors approve budget amendment

May 1, 2020 The Emmet County board of supervisors approved a budget amendment with expenditures for fiscal year 2020 of $2,083.465 at its Tuesday morning meeting. more »»

No COVID-19 case found in Emmet County

April 27, 2020 Health director says a reporting error occurred on Sunday By David Swartz Managing Editor On Sunday, the Iowa Department of Public Health listed Emmet County having its first confirmed case of... more »»

Richards among King challengers

April 27, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic puts more challenges in front of candidates vying for office in this election year. more »»

ELC adjusts to closure

April 24, 2020 Tuesday evening, Estherville Lincoln Central superintendent Tara Paul and ELC High School principal Brad Leonard met with high school parents and students on a webinar. more »»

Redwood Farms closes after positive COVID-19 test

April 24, 2020 Redwood Farms meat processors in Estherville announced Tuesday that an employee tested positive for COVID-19. more »»

Officer injured in arrest of Estherville woman

April 24, 2020 An Estherville woman is facing felony charges after allegedly injuring a police officer over the weekend. more »»

ELC Board approves Instructional Support Levy

April 24, 2020 The Estherville Lincoln Central School Board Monday approved extending the Instructional Support Levy for another five years. The levy was set to expire at the end of the 2021 school year. more »»

Governor asks all Iowans to take #TestIowaChallenge

April 24, 2020 Governor Reynolds asked on Tuesday that all Iowans to take the assessment at TestIowa. more »»

Iowa Lakes moves forward with new Farm Lab

April 24, 2020 The Iowa Lakes Board of Trustees met Tuesday afternoon via Zoom to maintain social distancing measures. more »»

Iowa schools remain closed for school year

April 20, 2020 Friday, Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Iowa’s schools will remain closed for the 2019-2020 school yea. more »»

Weekend brings 761 new cases of COVID-19

April 20, 2020 The Iowa Department of Health reported 389 additional positive cases of COVID-19 Sunday for a total of 2,902 positive cases, nearly one-third of those reported over Friday, Saturday and Sunday. more »»

The art of the ask

April 20, 2020 Annie Tendal of the Council Against Sexual Assault & Abuse (CAASA), said each April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month seeks to build awareness of the widespread issue of sexual violence through... more »»



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