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Davis gives reason for council resignation

April 25, 2017 ARMSTRONG — Clinton Davis joined the Armstrong City Council as a write-in candidate. His term was up in 2019, but Davis resigned April 14. more »»

Mayor proclaims National Prayer Day

April 25, 2017 Estherville Mayor Kenny Billings signed a proclamation declaring May 4 National Day of Prayer in Estherville, as in the United States. more »»

Police chief weighs in on Tate’s dogs

April 25, 2017 Andrew Ian Tate is violating numerous city ordinances, Estherville Police Chief Brett Shatto sai. more »»

Scenes from Prom

April 25, 2017 Prom night in Emmet County brought out elegance and style in the grand marches at each school. more »»

Balloon release for Sexual Assault Awareness Wednesday

April 20, 2017 Rachel Schacherer of Estherville is organizing a release of teal-colored balloons for sexual assault awareness. Across the country, the teal ribbon represents awareness about sexual assault. more »»

Students present at Infinity capstone

April 19, 2017 Wednesday afternoon, Infinity scholars from Iowa Lakes Community College presented projects in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) as their capstone project to earn up to $4,350 in... more »»

Armstrong mayor shuts down city for a day over clerk reinstatement

April 19, 2017 ARMSTRONG – The Armstrong City Council voted 3-2 at its meeting Monday, April 10 to reinstate Kate Staton as city clerk after she had been placed on administrative leave late in 2016. more »»

Eveleth wins $10,000 in Hy-Vee Fuel Saver Perks Card Giveaway

April 19, 2017 Dawn Eveleth was just as surprised as anyone would be when she learned she had won $10,000 from the Estherville Hy-Vee. “I didn’t believe it. I started getting pings on my phone,” Eveleth said. more »»

ELC board hears plans for city aquatic center

April 19, 2017 The Estherville School Board received an update on the city’s plans to construct an outdoor aquatic center at its regular meeting on Monday. more »»

Estherville council amends budget

April 19, 2017 The Estherville City Council took time during Monday’s meeting to help a citizen understand her rights and responsibilities with her assessment for a new curb and gutter in front of her South Sevent... more »»

ELC caps student lunch accounts overcharging

April 19, 2017 The Estherville Lincoln Central School Board approved a new policy on lunch accounts that would cap the amount a student may charge to no more than $2. more »»

Ambassadors welcome Pearl Valley

April 19, 2017 Ambassadors welcome Pearl Valley The Estherville Ambassadors welcomed Pearl Valley Rehabitation and Nursing to town this past Wednesday. more »»

Current honor flight has longest ever waiting list

April 19, 2017 At Tuesday morning’s Emmet County Board of Supervisor’s meeting, Veterans’ Services Administrator Deb Tietje said the Brushy Creek Honor Flight has the longest waiting list it has ever had. more »»

Clint Davis resigns from Armstrong City Council

April 18, 2017 The Armstrong Journal reported that Clint Davis has resigned from the Armstrong City Council as of Friday, April 14. more »»

City of Armstrong in "state of high concern"

April 17, 2017 Armstrong Mayor Gregory Buum issued this letter to citizens of Armstrong effective 8 a.m. April 17. The Estherville News will report more details here and on Facebook as they happen. more »»

Fifth graders take the D.A.R.E. pledge

April 12, 2017 By David Swartz Managing Editor Five Estherville Lincoln Central fifth-grade classes cross the state at Roosevelt Auditorium Tuesday evening to receive their D.A.R.E. graduation certificates. D.A.R. more »»

Mayor signs Sexual Assault Awareness Month proclamation

April 12, 2017 Mayor Kenny Billings signed a proclamation declaring Sexual Assault Awareness Month throughout April. more »»

Neighbors vote 21-0 against another NFP site

April 12, 2017 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing at Tuesday’s meeting for a new construction permit for BWT/New Fashion Pork, called Farm 267 Origer East in Center Township (Section 21). more »»

Iowa Lakes Coffeehouse performs songs of spring

April 12, 2017 The Iowa Lakes Community College concert choir performed “Witness”?by Jack Halloran, who was born in Rock Rapids and graduated from?Morningside College in Sioux City. more »»

H.U.G. Puppets celebrate 10th annual spring show

April 12, 2017 Event is April 21 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer The H.U.G. Puppets are gearing up for the 10th Annual Spring Event April 21 at 7 p.m. in Roosevelt Auditorium. Edna Lutzow, who leads the H.U. more »»

 
 
 

 

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