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In the belongings that early settlers carried to start a new life in the United States there was always a bible, religious teachings and hymn books. North of Cylinder in 1869 a group of Scandinavians … more
DELICIOUS HOMEMADE TREATS -- The Catholic Daughters coffee and bake sale was held last Friday morning at the Holy Family Parish Hall. Tables were full with cookies, cakes, apple crisp, caramel … more
Thursday, October 272:45-4 p.m.“Make Your Own Paper Flowers”: Children are invited to come make their own lovely paper flowers. Will they want to have theirs on a stem or wear theirs in … more
A soup supper will be held at the Emmetsburg VFW on Thursday, November 8 for election night from 5-7 p.m.Chili, chicken noodle soup, vegetable beef soup, crackers, cinnamon rolls, coffee, and water … more
The Emmetsburg Public Library hosted a Title IX presentation last Tuesday evening. The legislation was passed in 1972 and has made a positive impact on education equality. Professor of Political … more
Thirty-six women took part in Emmetsburg’s bi-annual Sewcial Retreat last weekend held at the United Methodist meeting hall. The space was transformed into a creative space for quilting, … more
Emmetsburg: Oct 31 5-7 p.m.Turn on front porchlight if offering treats!Oct 31 trunk-or-treat at Bethany Lutheran Church 4:30-7 p.m.PARC Hall Trick-or-Treating 4:30-5:30 p.m. Please enter through main … more
Early Tuesday afternoon a black pickup pulled up to the new duplex being built at the Rockport Subdivision. The bed of the truck was filled with tools for the Iowa Lakes Construction Technology … more
EMMETSBURG, IA – October 14, 2022 – Mediacom Communications recognized Emmetsburg resident Delbert Witzke as one of its top-performing employees by selecting him as its “Field … more
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