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Amended charge sought against Estherville man

March 27, 2015 STORM LAKE — Prosecutors in Buena Vista County have filed a motion to amend a third-degree sexual abuse charge against an Estherville man accused of using sex acts as a way for a 14-year-old to pay... more »»

Two people sent to hospital after accident

March 27, 2015 Two people were sent to the hospital after a two vehicle accident Thursday morning in Estherville. According to an Estherville Police report, the accident occurred around 8:30 a.m. more »»

ELC breaks ground on elementary project

March 26, 2015 One school—one campus. That will be the Estherville Lincoln Central School District by the fall of 2016. more »»

Safety first!

March 20, 2015 Over 100 high-school students from seven area schools attended the first-ever SERTech Event sponsored by Connect Iowa Lakes Monday at the SERT Center on the Iowa Lakes Community College Esthervill... more »»

Tucker’s travels

March 20, 2015 After owning a newspaper in South Dakota then retiring as director of the journalism program at Iowa Lakes Community College, Pam Tschetter still wanted something to do. So she thought about it. more »»

ELC OKs track and field bid

March 20, 2015 The Estherville Lincoln Central Board of Education Monday approved a bid of $458,579. more »»

Lt. Gov. Reynolds meets with Estherville women leaders

March 20, 2015 Iowa Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds met with women community leaders Saturday, March 14 at the Regional Wellness Center to discuss barriers women and the community face in achieving success. more »»

District, ELCEA reach tentative agreement

March 20, 2015 The Estherville Lincoln Central Board of Education in a special meeting Wednesday approved a tentative agreement that increases the salary base over two years. more »»

Shatto gives his first annual report

March 20, 2015 Estherville Chief of Police Brent Shatto presented his first annual police department report at Monday’s city council meeting. Shatto took over as chief after the retirement of Eric Milburn on Au. more »»

Trustees tour environmental studies/water quality lab

March 20, 2015 The Iowa Lakes Community College Board of Trustees in its monthly meeting Tuesday toured the environmental studies/water quality lab in the Sustainable Energy Resources and Technologies Center. more »»

How secure is your food?

March 20, 2015 Seventh- and eighth-grade girls from area schools explored STEM topics in a session Wednesday afternoon at the Iowa Lakes Community College Estherville campus. more »»

Hansen gives Freedom Rock presentation

March 20, 2015 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday heard a presentation on the Freedom Rock project in Armstrong City Par. more »»

Wellness Expo draws a lot of interest

March 13, 2015 Anyone who wants to be healthy certainly found out how at the Wellness Expo Wednesday at the Regional Wellness Center in Estherville. more »»

Gassman, Guth hold town hall meeting

March 13, 2015 Estherville residents found out how what’s going on in Des Moines impacts us here at home at the legislative town hall meeting Saturday, March 7 sponsored by the Estherville Area Chamber of Commerce. more »»

Pool to open sooner in 2015

March 13, 2015 The Estherville Parks and Recreation Board approved expanding the season for the local swimming pool. At its regular meeting Monday, the board voted to open the pool on June 1, weather permitting. more »»

Supervisors meet with council about dispatching

March 13, 2015 ARMSTRONG — Two Emmet County supervisors met with the Armstrong City Council Monday about a rapprochement in the dispatching impasse. more »»

Students, community members, attend job fair

March 13, 2015 Iowa Lakes Community College students and community members had a good look at what jobs might be available in the area at the annual job fair Wednesda. more »»

Armstrong eyes new utility rates

March 13, 2015 ARMSTRONG — The Armstrong City Council Monday discussed new utility rates. A public hearing will be held on the rates before final approval. more »»

Supervisors OK 2 percent wage hike for elected officials

March 13, 2015 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a 2 percent salary increase for elected officials, half the 4 percent increase the Emmet County Compensation Board recommended. more »»



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