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Central Bi-Products releases statement

November 14, 2018 Dan Hildebrandt, CEO of Farmers Union Industries, parent company of Central Bi-Products, issued a statement about the odor issues that have plagued the Estherville area since this summer. more »»

From a grateful community

November 11, 2018 Veterans and family members crowded in to the Honor Room at the VFW Friday night to honor local veterans of World War II and the Korean conflic. more »»

G-T breaks ground on $9.7m project

November 11, 2018 GRAETTINGER — Graettinger-Terril officials held a ground-breaking ceremony on Thursday for the school district’s $9. more »»

Supervisors to meet Tuesday and Wednesday

November 11, 2018 The Emmet County Supervisors will meet Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 2:30 p.m., and Wednesday Nov. 14 at 2:00 p.m. in the board room of the Emmet County courthous. more »»

Incumbents favored in contested county race

November 9, 2018 In the Emmet County race for two supervisor seats, the vote was split among incumbents John Pluth with 2,384 votes, Jeff Quastad with 2,261 votes and challenger Cole Beardsley with 1,333 votes. more »»

Reynolds, King and Gassman are all winners

November 9, 2018 Emmet County voters cast 3,797 ballots for a 55.69 percent turnout on Tuesday. The state of Iowa sent Gov. more »»

Estherville City Council $840,000 bond to fund land purchase for industrial park

November 9, 2018 At Monday night’s meeting, the Esthervillle City also approved a resolution authorizing the issuance of an $840,000 Urban Renewal Tax Increment Revenue (TIFF) bond. The bond will be issued Nov. more »»

Parks & Rec approves RWC site for pool

November 9, 2018 The Estherville Parks & Recreation Board saved for last a discussion of the new municipal pool. A discussion of the Oct. more »»

100 years since the first Armistice Day

November 9, 2018 This year marks the 100th year since Armistice Day, the end of the “War to End All Wars” or World War . more »»

King, Gassman win re-election

November 7, 2018 Rep. Steve King of Kiron won a ninth term in the House of Representatives for the fourth district of Iowa, defeating challenger JD Scholten by just three percent. more »»

Gov. Reynolds wins election

November 7, 2018 Gov. Kim Reynolds has been in the governor's office since May 24, 2017 after then-governor Terry Branstad left office to become Ambassador to China. more »»

Voter turnout tops 36 million as of 1pm CST

November 6, 2018 The AP reports 36 million Americans voted early in this 2018 midterm election. more »»

Why do we wait so long for election results?

November 6, 2018 With electronic ballot boxes and advances in technology, why does it seem to take so long for official election results to come out? Officials at the FEC say part of the wait comes from the time it... more »»

Spanish speaking voters top Google trend

November 6, 2018 Dónde votar surged to the top of the trending searches, according to a press release from Google Trends this morning. more »»

Very early results put Scholten ahead of King

November 6, 2018 With the first precincts reporting from Iowa's Fourth district, Democratic challenger J.D. Scholten leads incumbent Republican congressman Steve King 51 percent to 47 percent. more »»

King overtakes Scholten by 1,800 votes

November 6, 2018 With 73 percent of precincts reporting, Rep. Steve King pulled ahead of Democratic challenger JD Scholten by only 1,800 votes throughout the district. more »»

Here is our Voter's Guide

November 4, 2018 Our Voter Guide came out in print in our Oct. 25 issue. Please review it here in digital form if you did not get a copy. If you'd prefer a print copy, please stop by the Estherville News. more »»

King visits Republicans in Estherville

November 2, 2018 Rep. Steve King (R-IA4) told a group of about 25 gathered at the Emmet County Republican headquarters, “If we all do what we can do, we can have a great turnout. more »»

Broken rail caused 2017 derailment

October 31, 2018 A broken rail caused the fiery 2017 train derailment near Graettinger that released 322,000 gallons of denatured ethanol on March 10, 2017, according to federal officials. more »»

 
 
 

 

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