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Community to join Adalynn’s fight

August 27, 2019 Rebecca Origer is a proud nana. Rebecca’s son Wesley and Paige Burrow are the parents of Adalynn Burrow, born July 23 at just 24 weeks gestation. She wasn’t due until Nov. more »»

Heckard takes his seat on city council

August 23, 2019 Estherville Mayor Kenny Billings swore in Gary Heckard as Ward 1 city council member at Monday night’s meeting. Heckard won a special election Aug. . more »»

One last summer blast

August 23, 2019 The annual Back to School Bash sponsored by Iowa Lakes Community College and Estherville Lincoln Central attracted a large crowd of families, teachers, and students with a free meal and a variety of... more »»

It’s a good time of year to join 4-H

August 23, 2019 With the start of school just around the corner, it’s also a good time of year to join a 4-H club. more »»

Chlorine is cool to disinfect future pool

August 23, 2019 On Nov. 16, 2015, the Estherville City Council approved a professional services agreement with Burbach Aquatics, Inc. more »»

Heverns receive Yard of the Month honor

August 19, 2019 The Estherville Garden Club chose Lyle and Roxanne Hevern of 15 Manor Circle as the Yard of the Month for August. more »»

Federal project gets high-level help

August 19, 2019 By Amy H. Peterson Staff Writer In June, 2018, Jeff Robinson announced a new federal government project coming to Estherville. more »»

Who gets the farm?

August 19, 2019 In April, the Estherville News interviewed Iowa Poet Laureate Mary Swander in anticipation of her play, “Map of my Kingdom,” coming to Pearson Lakes Art Center. more »»

Enchantment under the sea

August 19, 2019 The Father-Daughter Enchantment Under the Sea Dance will take place Sunday, Sept. 22 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Elks Lodge in Estherville. more »»

Federal project gets high-level help

August 16, 2019 Coming in Monday's paper: the latest on the federal government Department of Defense project coming to Estherville, from talks with Jeff Robinson and Lyle Hevern. more »»

Fresh eyes, fresh perspectives

August 16, 2019 Five Midwestern travel bloggers journeyed to Estherville the first half of this week to experience its sights, sounds, samples and smells and share their thoughts with their blog and social media... more »»

Riding on electricity

August 16, 2019 Range anxiety. You’re driving in your electric car and there’s no station on your GPS. No one can rescue you with a gas can. Planning a long trip seems daunting. more »»

Parks percolate with promise

August 16, 2019 At Monday night’s Estherville Parks & Recreation board meeting, city administrator Penny Clayton said, “We have a lot of things happening in our parks. more »»

High bill from Alliant? New grid investments could be why

August 16, 2019 DES MOINES – The Iowa Environmental The Iowa Environmental Council and Environmental Law and Policy Center submitted testimony earlier this month in Alliant Energy’s rate case currently before the... more »»

Books on the bus starting in G-T

August 13, 2019 It seemed like a simple idea: a bucket of books on each school bus for students to read during the rides to and from school. more »»

Pool is a go

August 11, 2019 While social media dissenters questioned whether the existing, unused Estherville municipal pool could be repaired (not sustainably nor with any significant expense in the flood plain) or how much... more »»

“We’re stronger together,” ~Gov. Kim Reynolds

August 11, 2019 “We’re stronger together,” Governor Kim Reynolds said during a tour of Avera Holy Family Hospital in Estherville Wednesday morning. more »»

Heckard wins runoff for Ward 1 seat

August 11, 2019 Along with the swimming pool referendum, Estherville voters in Ward 1 selected a new representative for city council on Tuesda. more »»

School board election moves to November

August 11, 2019 After years of school board elections taking place near the opening of the school year in September, school board elections in Iowa have moved to Election Day, the first Tuesday after the first... more »»

Pool bond passes with 69 percent

August 6, 2019 Social media dissenters proved no match for the will of the people as voters in Estherville approved a bond for a municipal pool by a more than two-to-one margin. more »»



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