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The Aging Well Event held last Tuesday drew a crowd of 47 people. They were interested in the topics that specifically focused on senior citizens. The program was held from 8:30a.m. to 3p.m. at the … more
ELECTION POLL WORKERS -- (Photo at left) The Mallard city hall meeting room was transformed as a voting location on Tuesday. By noon 91 people had cast ballots. The three poll workers stated that it … more
Palo Alto County voters went to the polls on Tuesday to elect county, state and national candidates. The registered voter count was 6,350. Voter turnout was at 57.5 percent. At the local level three … more
Sergeant First Class AJ Poeppe took part in his last Iowa Army National Guard formation on October 15, 2022 at Camp Dodge in Johnston, Iowa. Throughout his 26 years of military service, he has … more
ALL TOGETHER 55 YEARS OF SERVICE – Supervisors Board Chair Keith Wirtz holds certificates of service for County Treasurer Robin Jamison who has served 20 years and Assessor Lois Naig who has … more
Palo Alto County Conservation invited the public to take part in their Nature Photo Contest earlier this year. Nineteen entries were submitted. The results were as follows: 1st place-Shannon Pascual, … more
TREBUCHET FUN – Emmy Doolee prepares to launch an object using the trebuchet. Bethany Lutheran Church provided the wooden machine as part of their Halloween offerings. Kids could also talk to … more
The Emmetsburg Public Library presents, “Oh, Jackie O!” on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. “Oh, Jackie O!” is a one-woman musical written, directed, and starting Jillann Gabrielle … more
RED OAK— U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) announced that her office will be holding traveling office hours in every county throughout the state during the month of November. The Palo Alto … more
Friday, Nov. 4 at 1:30 p.m., Church Women United will celebrate World Community Day at the Family Life Center of the First United Methodist Church in Emmetsburg. Hostesses are the Holy Family Church … more
On Sunday, Nov. 6, St. John’s Lutheran Church of Cylinder (Depew) will be celebrating their 150th anniversary as a church. Share time with coffee begins at 9 a.m. with worship at 10:30 a.m. … more
Trudy Huskamp Peterson a certified archivist will present “The Working and Importance of the National Archives” on November 7, 6:30p.m. at the Emmetsburg Public Library, Room 17. The Palo … more
(Estherville, Iowa) More than 40 student leaders attended the Iowa Lakes Board of Trustees Meeting Tuesday afternoon. Julie Williams, Executive Dean of Students, introduced students serving in … more
Steak Night at The Shores will be held on Saturday, November 5. The following time slots are still available: - 5 p.m. open for group of 8 - 5:30 p.m. open for 4 more - 5:45 p.m. open for 8 - 6 p.m. … more
The City of Emmetsburg and Emmetsburg Community School District, in partnership with the Emmetsburg Chamber of Commerce and ISU Extension and Outreach Palo Alto County, are hosting the second annual … more
DUCKS UNLIMITED MERCHANISE -- Auction items for the annual Ducks Unlimited Banquet are displayed by DU members. The Banquet is scheduled for Friday, November 11 at the Wild Rose Casino and Hotel. … more
The dull, rusty snowflakes that have plagued the Chamber of Commerce for the last couple of years have now been junked. Executive Director Deb Hite said, “New vibrant, colorful Christmas … more
ILCC was successful in acquiring a $587,298 grant to develop a Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success at both the Estherville and Emmetsburg Campuses.“This center will provide a … more
ESTHERVILLE -- Iowa Lakes Community College will honor Veterans with a focus on celebrating women in the military for this year's Veteran's Day Program. This year's event will be held on Friday, Nov. … more
The 2022 Veterans Day Program has been announced. The VFW will host the public for the Program beginning at 10a.m. on Friday, Nov. 11. Reverand Peter Morlock will serve as Chaplin. He will lead … more
FISHING FOR BLUE GILLS -- Gene Johnson was enjoying the temperate last Thursday afternoon at Wigdahl Point on Five Island Lake. He stated that the day before he stopped fishing when he had a bucket … more
All 15 West Elementary classrooms gathered outdoors last Friday afternoon to put together original scarecrows as part of their Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports celebration activity of … more
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