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Memorial Day remembrances began at 8 a.m., Monday, May 31 with a salute and taps at the VFW Post 3388 in Estherville. The ceremonies that moved on through area cemeteries were augmented with high school buglers playing Taps and auxiliary members … more
Jennifer Sievert has joined Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative as the new Vice President of Customer and Corporate Relations. As vice president of customer and corporate relations, Sievert will lead a team of over 10 dedicated employees. … more
Estherville City Administrator Penny Clayton said a blown fuse affected the south side of Central Avenue for about 30 minutes during the Wednesday noon hour. The outage affected the south side of Central Avenue between sixth and eighth streets … more
Summer is a great time to get outdoors and enjoy Iowa’s landscapes! Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in Emmet and Palo Alto county will be teaming up to host the Iowa Master Conservationist Program beginning on July 8. The program will … more
Rural Iowa communities desperately need non-emergency medical transportation drivers. Northwest Iowa RSVP seeks volunteer drivers willing to offer rides to those in need within Emmet County and destinations such as Fairmont, Fort Dodge, Mason City, … more
Local students graduate from University of Sioux Falls SIOUX FALLS, SD — The University of Sioux Falls celebrated over 400 students for graduation in the spring commencement ceremony. The following students obtained recognition from University … more
Rob Sand, state auditor, met with nearly a dozen Estherville area citizens outside in Library Square Wednesday afternoon. When Sand ran for office in 2018, he faced skeptics who were upset because he is not a CPA. Sand was an assistant attorney … more
The Estherville Lincoln Central Middle School released its fourth quarter honor roll. Students who received a 4.00 grade point average are indicated by an asterisk (*). A Honor Roll Fifth grade: Jose Aguilar Gonzalez, Romel Alvarado, Samuel … more
Iowa State Auditor Rob Sand will visit Estherville Wednesday, June 2 from 3-4 p.m., at the Veterans Statue in Estherville Public Library Square. Drew Stensland, from Auditor Sand’s office, said, “Bring a lawn chair and listen to Auditor Sand … more
Former Armstrong police chief Craig Merrill filed two motions in district court that came for hearing April 5. Merrill sought to have some of the charges against him dropped in connection with the case brought by the state of Iowa against several … more
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