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The Centers for Disease Control last week changed its guidelines for wearing masks outdoors amid data that states the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus outdoors is unlikely. Joshua L. Santarpia, PhD , stated, “There is a significant amount … more
Terry and Edna Lutzow started HUG Puppets with a minimum of people, puppets and sets in 2003. The 2020 Spring Shows were called off, and since that time a longtime venue for the shows also closed. With 2021 presenting a new beginning, the Lutzows … more
Emmet County Public Health will be having a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for persons 18 years of age and older on Friday, May 7th starting at 10:00 A.M. Both Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be available at this clinic. Please call Emmet County … more
ANKENY – The Department of Homeland Security has announced that due to circumstances resulting from COVID-19 pandemic, the deadline for REAL ID enforcement has been extended from October 2021 to May 3, 2023. However, the Iowa Department of … more
In a special meeting Monday, the Estherville city council approved a change order on the Eagle Apartments residential development, which will be located in the old Estherville High School football field. The change order will add $14,800 to the … more
At Tuesday’s meeting of the Emmet County board of supervisors, LeRoy Strong addressed the supervisors and Emmet County Treasurer Brenda Moore to ask that the supervisors abate the 2019 property taxes for the Armstrong VFW. The Emmet County … more
The Estherville High School Rodeo returns to town this Saturday and Sunday, May 1-2, at the Emmet County Fairgrounds. Cutting starts at 8 a.m. Saturday with the rodeo at 11:30 a.m. Barrels start at 7:30 a.m. Sunday with the rodeo beginning at 9:30 … more
On behalf of Central Bi-Products and Redwood Farms, both of Estherville, Toby Polkinghorne, complex manager of Central Bi-Products recently presented $1,000 to Estherville Fire Chief Dick Barrett for use by the fire department. Beaver said the funds … more
The Governor’s Scholar Ceremony April 24 honored scholars from each high school in Iowa. Each year the Iowa Governor’s Scholar program recognizes the top academic achieving seniors from each Iowa High School Athletic Association member high … more
Wednesday, Governor Kim Reynolds set a goal of getting 65 percent of eligible Iowans vaccinated against Covid by the end of May and hitting the 75 percent mark in June.State officials are considering sending mobile vaccination clinics at baseball … more
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