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Estherville man charged after domestic dispute

February 7, 2014 On Saturday, Feb. 1, at 4:30 a.m., Estherville Police were dispatched to 421 W. Fifth Ave. N. for a domestic disturbance. more »»

Hope Haven staff tells about mental-health services

February 7, 2014 April Metzer, Hope Haven manager of mental health services, and Amanda Olson, mental-health therapist, told Estherville Rotarians Thursday about services the agency now offers in Estherville. more »»

Armstrong water treatment plant upgrades on hold

February 4, 2014 A major upgrade of the City of Armstrong’s water treatment is apparently on hold pending a decision by GKN to come aboard as a partner. more »»

Armstrong accepts termination of county dispatching and law enforcement contract

February 4, 2014 The Armstrong City Council Monday accepted the termination notice of dispatching and law enforcement contracts with Emmet County. more »»

Armstrong sets wastewater dump fees

February 4, 2014 The Armstrong City Council Monday night set dump fees for licenses haulers bringing waste to the city wastewater treatment plant. more »»

Croner honored once again

January 31, 2014 Howard Croner’s home is replete with memories of his time in the US Army Air Forces during World War II. more »»

Fire destroys house near Maple Hill

January 31, 2014 MAPLE HILL — A house was destroyed by fire east of Maple Hill on Sunday evening. The fire was reported around 5:10 p.m. at the Mike Rezac residence located at 5066 175th St. more »»

What’s a Tech Petting Zoo?

January 31, 2014 Normally, you’d think of pet as something warm, cuddly and maybe a little furry or with feathers or even a few scales. Who would have thought a pet could connect you with the Web. more »»

It’s all about power

January 31, 2014 Let’s imagine a scenario that’s so far out, so outlandish, so crazy, that no one could imagine it. more »»

Armstrong Council holds work session

January 31, 2014 ARMSTRONG — The Armstrong City Council Wednesday held a work session to iron out a number of public works issues before the next council session Monday. more »»

None injured in train/SUV crash

January 31, 2014 No one was injured this afternoon when an SUV was struck by a train in Estherville. The Estherville Police Department says the accident happened around 12:15 p.m. at the rail crossing on North 2nd St. more »»

Grussing to run for state rep

January 31, 2014 ARMSTRONG — Army veteran and Armstrong native Dave Grussing said today he will run for State Representative in House District 7, which includes Emmet County, Winnebago County, and part of Kossuth... more »»

A-R, North Union boards meet

January 31, 2014 ARMSTRONG — The Armstrong-Ringsted and North Union boards of education heard administrative reports and reviewed the upcoming Feb. more »»

North Union hires Berninghaus as superintendent

January 28, 2014 The North Union Board of Education Monday night approved hiring Matt Berninghaus as superintendent, with a formal contract offer to come on or after March 15. more »»

Supervisors place Patocka on administrative leave

January 28, 2014 Following the second closed session in a week to evaluate county engineer Roger Patocka, the Emmet County Board of Supervisors placed Patocka on paid administrative leave, pending a scheduled meetin... more »»

Miller asks EPA to keep RFS

January 28, 2014 Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller Tuesday questioned the Environmental Protection Agency’s interpretation, and authority, to waive the national Renewable Fuel Standard, except when there is an... more »»

House catches fire

January 24, 2014 more »»

And all that jazz

January 24, 2014 For as long as Laura Giebler has led Estherville Lincoln Central musicians to contests where they’ve received numerous awards, there has been a jazz ban. more »»

Council OKs plan to renovate building

January 24, 2014 The Estherville City Council vote 6-1 Monday evening to approve an Excel Grant to the Estherville Industrial Development Corporation to renovate the former J.C. Penney building at 12 S. Sixth Street. more »»

ELC?District, ELCEA exchange proposals

January 24, 2014 The Estherville Lincoln Central Board of Education and Estherville Lincoln Central Education Association exchanged initial proposals Monday night at the ELC High School library. more »»

 
 

 

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