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Nominations open for 2018 Iowa Latino Hall of Fame

March 30, 2018 To celebrate Latino heritage and honor Latinos who have made outstanding and significant cultural, political, social, and economic contributions to Iowa, the Iowa of Commission of Latino Affairs... more »»

Chuck Long touts health in Estherville

March 27, 2018 Chuck Long and Dr. Amy Michelle Wilcockson visited Estherville Friday to promote Live Healthy Iow. more »»

Pressure cooking

March 27, 2018 Six judges tasted eight burgers Thursday at Estherville Lincoln Central High School as the culinary class put on its second burger contest. more »»

We can dance if we want to

March 22, 2018 Participants in the Regional Wellness Center Dancetastic program performed at Roosevelt Auditorium in Estherville on Sunday afternoon to a packed crowd of family and friends. more »»

RWC Board to reopen talks on municipal pool site

March 22, 2018 With Estherville’s municipal pool project currently on hold, the Regional Wellness Center Board is advocating the site next to the RWC be reconsidered over the proposed site at Thoreson Park. more »»

Council rejects all bids for bridge improvements

March 22, 2018 The Estherville City Council passed a resolution rejecting all three bids that came in for the improvements on the Central Avenue Bridge that crosses the West Fork of the Des Moines Rive. more »»

Supervisors OK bike route signs

March 22, 2018 At Tuesday’s meeting of the Emmet County Board of Supervisors moved forward with approving three bike routes as presented by the Emmet County Bike Committee. more »»

City will paint Estherville beautiful

March 22, 2018 At Monday’s Estherville City Council Meeting, city administrator Penny Clayton announced a project to paint the homes of elderly people and those with low income and/or disabilities. more »»

Estherville generated less waste in 2017

March 22, 2018 Wastewater treatment is no one’s favorite topic, but it’s an unpleasant situation when it’s not going well. more »»

Eveleth presents electric report

March 22, 2018 Mitch Eveleth, electric utility superintendent for the city of Estherville, presented his annual report at Monday evening’s city council meeting. more »»

ELC board approves FY19 budget, calendar

March 22, 2018 The Estherville Lincoln Central School Board approved a $33,874,000 budget for the 2018-19 school year at its regular meeting on Monday. The budget includes a property tax levy of $16. more »»

Dunlavy briefs board on first year as SRO

March 22, 2018 Estherville Lincoln Central School Resource Officer Nate Dunlavy briefed the school board on his first year in the school district on Monday. more »»

Reynolds makes campaign stop in Estherville

March 19, 2018 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer Deb Satern introduced Iowa’s first female governor Saturday morning in the back room of Mother Nature’s Restaurant. more »»

Iowa Lakes presents community musical

March 19, 2018 “The 1940’s Radio Hour” will be presented March 22, 23 and 24 at 7:30 p.m. each evening in the Estherville campus gym. The play, which chronicles the final broadcast of a radio show on De. more »»

Rock, paper, scissors, lizard, Spock

March 19, 2018 Mark Gruwell told a group of students ranging from tweens to adults, “Python is a very powerful language. It has a lot of command. more »»

Fine arts at their best

March 19, 2018 Estherville Lincoln Central High School's Patrons of the Fine Arts held its annual Fine Arts Coffeehouse Sunday afternoon, March 18. more »»

Armstrong police chief wants computer back

March 15, 2018 “It makes my job harder, and there are concerns for officer safety, public safety because of it. Dispatch communication and response time have been affected. more »»

Girls innovate at ‘Women in STEM’

March 15, 2018 Twelve presenters walked 250 seventh and eighth graders from area schools through sessions at Iowa Lakes Community College on Pi Day with the goal of turning on their innovation and critical thinkin... more »»

Committee proposes county road bike routes

March 15, 2018 Lexie Ruter said, “As communities grow, people expect to have more and more amenities.” That’s when the rubber hit the road for three individual trails originating in Emmet County. more »»



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