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North Union Board operational sharing incentives

May 2, 2014 For several years now, Armstrong-Ringsted School District has received supplemental weighting — or additional state aid — by sharing staff. more »»

Round ‘em up

April 25, 2014 Rodeo brings crowd to town Estherville will be growing by a pretty good spurt when the Iowa Junior High and High School Rodeo comes to town next Saturday and Sunday May 3-4 at the Emmet County... more »»

Eagle River Band coming to town

April 25, 2014 Estherville residents will be in for a special treat when the Eagle River Band comes to the VFW Post 3388 from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday, May 3. more »»

Not a shrimpy business

April 25, 2014 When Curt Harvego got into raising shrimp, he didn’t realize how big of a deal it could really be. Just imagine, there you are, having a home barbecue, and you decide to make some kabob. more »»

Mike Martens: A local lawman for 30 years

April 25, 2014 These days, working at the same place for any length of time is an accomplishment. But for three decades? Now that’s dedication and commitmen. more »»

Supervisors approve NFP matrix

April 25, 2014 While the gesture was sheerly symbolic, two out of five Emmet County supervisors Tuesday voted against a matrix application for a hog confinement operation in Section 33 of Denmark Township. more »»

Rotarians learn how to rock

April 25, 2014 Veteran Rotarians had the chance to relive a good slice of their youth Thursday when they heard about plans for the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association’s new museum in West Okoboji. more »»

Clovis: Compassionate conservatism

April 25, 2014 Just taking a glance at Republican Sam Clovis’ bio is enough to convince you that he’s probably overqualified for the job he’s seeking — US senator representing Iowa. more »»

King: Russian takeover of Ukraine “better than even”

April 25, 2014 US Rep. Steve King’s early dire warnings that Vladimir Putin would not settle for taking over Crimea seem prophetic. more »»

Council moves ahead with Park Road project

April 25, 2014 There were a few questions about the resurfacing of Park Road this year by residents, but no overwhelming concerns as Estherville city officials plan to move ahead with the project this yea. more »»

College to end broadcast journalism program

April 25, 2014 In a special meeting Tuesday night, the Iowa Lakes Community College board of trustees agreed to end the broadcast journalism program due to low enrollment. more »»

Sudbeck murder case progresses

April 24, 2014 It probably won’t be until sometime this fall when Scott Sudbeck of Estherville will face trial on first-degree murder charges for the death of Michaela Lynne Jordan of Estherville. more »»

ELC officials: Calendar not sponsored by the school district

April 22, 2014 Estherville Lincoln Central officials say that a company contacting people to purchase ads for a ‘pocket calendar’ for the fall season school schedule is not associated with the local school district. more »»

Estherville man arrested for assault

April 22, 2014 An Estherville man is facing an assault charge after an incident this past weekend. Estherville police say that at approximately 7 p.m. more »»

ELC students challenged to Choose2Matter

April 18, 2014 What would happen if you empowered 1,400 young people to change their lives — lift all the barriers and allow them to do whatever they wanted? Well that’s exactly what happened with the... more »»

Infinity Scholars display projects

April 18, 2014 Iowa Lakes Community College Infinity Scholars showed their capstone projects to a full house Wednesday afternoon on the Estherville campus. According to Dr. more »»

One school, one campus

April 18, 2014 The Estherville Lincoln Central board of Education Monday heard there could be a groundbreaking for the new Demoney 3-4 addition next spring, with construction completed in time for the start of th... more »»

Emmet County dispatchers: The voice of 911

April 18, 2014 When you call 911 in Emmet County, you’re most likely going to talk to one of six people who comprise the team of dispatchers at the Emmet County law center. more »»

P&R Board moves ahead with trail plan

April 18, 2014 The Estherville Parks and Recreation Board moved forward with a plan to complete one port of the Thoreson Park Trail by the end of Ma. more »»

Condon tells about Iowa Lakes scholarship programs

April 18, 2014 This year, Iowa Lakes Community College students received $951,000 in scholarship assistance. more »»



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