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The reason for the season

December 23, 2015 And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed. (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syri. more »»

Keeping up with the news of the day

December 20, 2015 In the early days of this paper, which was then called the Northern Vindicator, that newsroom set aside a column for news briefs from around the nation and world. Among the news for the Au. more »»

Hail to Iowa's Chief

December 16, 2015 Governor Branstad is Iowa’s 39th and 42nd governor, and this week his governorship reached drinking age, surpassing 21 years in his two stints. more »»

Wear your ugly Christmas sweater

December 9, 2015 On Tuesday, Dec. 15, Estherville News is asking local businesses and community members to pull out those ugly Christmas sweaters and show them off. more »»

Reporting from the front during WWII

December 6, 2015 It’s Dec. 7. Seventy-four years ago today, was the day that would live in infamy, the bombing of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese. more »»

Estherville Library, town centerpiece

December 2, 2015 The Estherville Library is a beautiful centerpiece to the town of Estherville and embodies the values of reading and learning. more »»

The beauty of winter

November 29, 2015 The winter season has begun! What is more beautiful than the dancing of snowflakes and the twinkling of lights illuminating the night? With living in the Midwest comes the changing of seasons, each... more »»

Support small businesses

November 25, 2015 Saturday is Small Business Saturday and what better way to support the Estherville community than shopping local! Shopping local keeps money in the community and it's a great way to support those... more »»

Having grateful hearts

November 22, 2015 There was a photo essay circulated on social media that showed where children of refugees were sleeping. Some were in hospital beds, others were sleeping rough outdoors. more »»

Holiday spirit within the community

November 18, 2015 The magical part of this holiday season is the sincerity, concern and thankfulness that are expressed by folks. more »»

Kids snap Legos

November 15, 2015 Saturday, Iowa Lakes Community College was full of noise, enthusiasm, anticipation and learning as they hosted 10 teams comprised of area kids ages 9-14 for the fourth year in a row. more »»

Grassley’s milestone

November 11, 2015 Senator Grassley runs laps across, around, and up and down Iowa every year. He visits each of the 99 Iowa counties during recesses from the Senate. more »»

Thanks for an exciting fall season

November 1, 2015 With the first slight dusting of snow we begin the long goodbye to autumn. more »»

Have the Talk

October 28, 2015 Tonight, Ray Lozano comes to the Elks Lodge to give a free presentation on talking to your kids about drugs at 6 p.m. for parents, guardians and mentors. more »»

Halloween: The season of fright nights and little spooks

October 21, 2015 Halloween has been named the second biggest commercial holiday after Christmas. more »»

Let's hear it for the band!

October 14, 2015 We are proud of the Estherville Lincoln Central band for its superior rating at the state marching band competition. more »»

Estherville News Editorial

October 7, 2015 The report from the Iowa Lakes Corridor of Opportunity to Estherville City Council and the Emmet County Board of Supervisors this week highlighted several things we’re doing right. more »»

Step up for mental health this week

October 5, 2015 The first full week in October, this year the 4th-10th, is Mental Illness Awareness Week, sponsored nationwide by various organizations. more »»

4-H Week celebrates 6 million young people worldwide

September 30, 2015 In Emmet County, as in rural counties throughout the nation, it feels like the week of the fair is 4-H Week. more »»

The Autumnal Equinox -- Try not to fall out of balance

September 23, 2015 We just passed the autumnal equinox – the point between summer and winter, a day of balance as it falls between the longest and the shortest days of the year and here in the northern hemisphere, we... more »»

 
 
 

 

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