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Have the Talk

October 28, 2015 Tonight, Ray Lozano comes to the Elks Lodge to give a free presentation on talking to your kids about drugs at 6 p.m. for parents, guardians and mentors. more »»

Halloween: The season of fright nights and little spooks

October 21, 2015 Halloween has been named the second biggest commercial holiday after Christmas. more »»

Let's hear it for the band!

October 14, 2015 We are proud of the Estherville Lincoln Central band for its superior rating at the state marching band competition. more »»

Estherville News Editorial

October 7, 2015 The report from the Iowa Lakes Corridor of Opportunity to Estherville City Council and the Emmet County Board of Supervisors this week highlighted several things we’re doing right. more »»

Step up for mental health this week

October 5, 2015 The first full week in October, this year the 4th-10th, is Mental Illness Awareness Week, sponsored nationwide by various organizations. more »»

4-H Week celebrates 6 million young people worldwide

September 30, 2015 In Emmet County, as in rural counties throughout the nation, it feels like the week of the fair is 4-H Week. more »»

The Autumnal Equinox -- Try not to fall out of balance

September 23, 2015 We just passed the autumnal equinox – the point between summer and winter, a day of balance as it falls between the longest and the shortest days of the year and here in the northern hemisphere, we... more »»

Truck drivers bring it on home

September 20, 2015 We stop at the grocery store and the aisles are filled with just the fruits, vegetables, meats, breads, juices and sodas we want. more »»

He is not forgotten

September 16, 2015 Is the sick and disabled Vietnam veteran the forgotten man? The war that he fought in has been dubbed “America’s most unpopular war,” but he fought and today his is still fightin. more »»


September 13, 2015 Next Monday, Sept. 21st, is International Day of Peace. In our uncertain world of bombings and a record number of refugees, threats from various places, it can seem peace is out of our reach. more »»

Honoring our local heroes

September 6, 2015 Do you remember where you were when you heard the news that planes had crashed into buildings in New York City, into the Pentagon, and into a field in Pennsylvania on Sept. more »»

Celebrating Labor Day

September 2, 2015 Labor Day is probably one of the biggest misnomers on our calendar, so let's set the record straight. Labor Day is not a day when you should wor. more »»

Please don't drink and drive!

August 30, 2015 \This Labor Day, resolve to not drive drunk. more »»

Welcoming new ELC staff

August 26, 2015 Reading through the new Estherville Lincoln Central staff profiles, there is a common theme among the last question, which is, “What do you like about Estherville thus far?” That reoccurring theme i... more »»


August 23, 2015 Classes begin next week for most area schools (though Estherville Lincoln Central students still have a full week of summer vacation left), which means cars will again have to share roads with busses. more »»

Social Security - 80 Years

August 19, 2015 Eighty years ago, the U.S. was in the depths of the Great Depression. Few people alive today are old enough to remember i. more »»

Looking Beyond Ourselves

August 16, 2015 “You are the only one who can decide how you respond to adversity.” That was at the root of the wisdom gifted to our community by Aaron Thomas Wednesday night. more »»

It’s about learning

August 12, 2015 Estherville News Editorial It’s about learning At some point, it became sort of a sport among kids to claim they dislike school. In some cases, it may be true. more »»

The sound track of a small town

August 9, 2015 It doesn’t matter how old you are, where you come from or how long you’ve been playing an instrument, passion for coaxing a tone out of a hunk of wood or metal, or using your voice and words to buil... more »»

Taking a little time

August 5, 2015 The last few weeks have been quite busy with the Emmet County Fair and Estherville’s Sweet Corn Days and soon the beginning of school and fall sports. more »»



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