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Fright Hike draws over 600

November 1, 2013 More than 600 scared, frightened and terrified hikers dared to venture forth on the first-ever Fright Hike Halloween night Thursday. more »»

Clark running write-in campaign for Ward 2 seat

November 1, 2013 Lifelong Estherville resident Julie Clark is running a write-in campaign for the open Estherville City Council Ward 2 seat. more »»

A-R board hears admin updates

November 1, 2013 ARMSTRONG — Much of Monday night’s Armstrong-Ringsted Board of Education meeting was a recap of last Thursday night’s North Union meeting. more »»

Supervisors table Armstrong shop addition

November 1, 2013 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday tabled accepting a bid for an addition to the Armstrong shop over concerns that the lowest bid was nearly $25,000 over the county engineer’s estimate. more »»

Cooperative effort nets 100-plus pounds of drugs

November 1, 2013 The Estherville Police Department in cooperation with Avera Holy Family Hospital had another extremely successful Drug Take Back Program on Saturday, October 26th, 2013. more »»

Clarkens named 2013 ELC Champions in Education

October 26, 2013 The 2013 Champion in Education award Saturday night went — quite appropriately — to Mike and Edith Clarken, who have tirelessly volunteered for countless community causes in Estherville. more »»

ELC Board hears plans to update Little Theatre

October 26, 2013 The Estherville Lincoln Central Board of Education Monday heard a proposal from vocal music director Steve Bradburn for renovating the Little Theatre — but the board also asked for hard figures and... more »»

North Union OKs early start calendar

October 26, 2013 ARMSTRONG — The North Union Board of Education Thursday night approved an early start calendar for the 2014-15 school year as well as an innovative calendar for 2014-15. more »»

ELC students to present Antigone

October 26, 2013 Estherville Lincoln Central drama students will present Antigone 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1 and Saturday, Nov. 2 at Roosevelt Auditorium. Admission is $4 for students and $5 for adults. more »»

Crop is better than expected

October 26, 2013 Despite a wet spring and dry July and August, farmers have been reporting a better-than-expected crop throughout the region. “It’s kind of norma. more »»

City elections are Tuesday,?Nov. 5

October 26, 2013 The City Elections for Mayor and Councilmen will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013. more »»

ELC band’s success is no ‘phantom’

October 18, 2013 In sleep he sang to me, in dreams he came, that voice which calls to me, and speaks my name. And do I dream again? For now I find the phantom of the opera is there inside my mind. more »»

EPD, Avera drug takeback program

October 18, 2013 Do you have outdated prescriptions in your medicine cabinet? If so, would you be comfortable knowing that anyone in your home might be able to take them? The Estherville Police Department, in... more »»

County OK’s $25,000 for building restoration

October 18, 2013 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a $25,000 from county Local Option Sales and Service funds for restoration of the former JC Penney building on South Sixth Street in... more »»

Booster Club donates $50,000 for ELC weight room equipment

October 18, 2013 Soon, now, all Estherville Lincoln Central students will have more than a “leg up” on the competition, thanks to a $50,000 donation toward new weight equipment from the ELC Booster Club. more »»

Spurgin Park dedication held

October 18, 2013 With rain falling steadily Monday evening, the Estherville Parks and Recreation Board elected to wait a day to hold the ribbon cutting and dedication on David Spurgin Park until Tuesda. more »»

Iowa Lakes holds organizational meeting

October 18, 2013 The Iowa Lakes Community College Board of Trustees closed out its year-end business and held an organizational meeting of the new board Tuesday, Oct. more »»

Estherville Chamber, EIDC laud city progress

October 11, 2013 Sometimes, you have to look back to see where you’ve been to see how far you’ve gone. more »»

Preparing for a makeover

October 11, 2013 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved allocating $25,000 for restoring the historic former Sievert’s building on 12 S. Sixth St. more »»

Implementing a Farm Rescue

October 11, 2013 DICKENS — A combine tops a distant hill, clouds of bean chaff roiling in the distance. more »»



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