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Zotz reviews North Union activities

February 28, 2014 North Union High School assistant principal and activities director Robert Zotz told the board Monday night about the many activities going on in the district. more »»

Armstrong-Ringsted School Board reviews PPEL special election results

February 28, 2014 The Armstrong-Ringsted Board of Education reviewed results of the North Union physical plant and equipment levy special election and discussed other issues when it met Monday night. more »»

Opera Iowa coming March 14

February 28, 2014 It’s just a couple weeks away, so mark your calendars for a free performance of Opera Iowa’s Three Little Pigs and The Elixer of Love, both Friday, March 14 at Roosevelt Auditorium. more »»

Suspect arrested in apparent homicide

February 27, 2014 Estherville police have arrested and charged a 35-year-old man after investigating an apparent homicide Wednesday night at 2302 Third Ave. S. Lot 108. At 7:58 p. more »»

Supervisors approve agreement with Patocka

February 25, 2014 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday met in closed session then approved an employment separation agreement with county engineer Roger Patocka who was placed on paid administrative leave Jan. more »»

County has year without lost-time accident

February 25, 2014 Apparently, Emmet County’s emphasis on safety in the secondary roads department is going to pay off in a big way — most obviously the next time it pays its Workers Comp premium. more »»

It’s funny, but Grimm - ELC one-act ensemble to perform at All State

February 21, 2014 For the second year in a row, Estherville Lincoln Central is sending a one-act play to All State—but this time the local group will get to perform after attending last year as non-performers. more »»

Council mulls agreement with Armstrong

February 21, 2014 The Estherville City Council Monday spent time on discussing a proposed agreement between Estherville and the City of Armstrong for law enforcement assistance. more »»

Farm, Home Show nears

February 21, 2014 The Estherville Farm and Home Show will be held from 4-8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28 through 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 1 at the Regional Wellness Center. more »»

Council accepts Milburn’s resignation

February 21, 2014 The Estherville City Council officially accepted the resignation letter of police chief Eric Milburn on Monday. The council has about six months to find his replacement. more »»

ELC fifth-graders ‘go underground’

February 21, 2014 What would you do if someone owned you — body and soul — and the only way you could escape was to leave in the middle of the night — abandoning your friends, family and venturing into a great, dark... more »»

Friends of Fort Defiance plan summer projects

February 21, 2014 Friends of Fort Defiance members at their monthly meeting this week at the Estherville Public Library previewed the annual newsletter and planned projects for the upcoming summer. more »»

Supervisors approve 2 percent wage increase

February 21, 2014 The Emmet County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, Feb. 11 meeting approved a 2 percent across-the-board wage increase for elected officials. more »»

County eyes 5 percent insurance increase

February 21, 2014 Emmet County is looking at a 5 percent increase in health insurance coverage, which includes just over a 3 percent increase in the trust and the remainder in the self-funded portion. more »»

ELC plans one-to-one technology

February 14, 2014 The Estherville Lincoln Central Board of Education Monday heard about plans for implementing one-to-one technology for students in the classroom. more »»

FFA, Prosper report to ELC Board

February 14, 2014 Visitors brought a lot of positive news about the Estherville Lincoln Central School District at the ELC Board meeting Monday night. more »»

Erika Holmquist-Wall: Estherville’s Monuments Woman

February 14, 2014 While the film The Monuments Men honors the efforts of the artists and art historians who recovered and catalogued the greatest theft of art in history, Estherville has its own monuments woman who... more »»

Milburn to retire

February 14, 2014 Estherville Police Chief Eric Milburn is expected to submit his resignation at the regular city council meeting. According to the council agenda, the long-time chief plans to retire from the force. more »»

Parks and Rec Board reviews 2013 accomplishments in annual report

February 14, 2014 The Estherville Parks and Recreation Board reviewed its annual report this past Monday. more »»

County Conservation Board discusses archery program

February 14, 2014 WALLINGFORD — The Emmet County Nature Center Foundation and the Emmet County Conservation Board discussed the success of the NASP archery program and other issues at their monthly meeting Monday at... more »»

 
 

 

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