Dickinson Co. Supervisors Hear Request To Sell County Owned Land Near Gravel Pit For Trap-Skeet Range
The Dickinson county board of supervisors today (Tues.) heard a request for the county to sell 28.6 acres of county-owned land near a gravel pit near Lake Park to a group that wants to build a trap/sporting clay range on the site.
Dickinson Supervisors Vote 4-1 To Approve Plans For Former County Home Building
The Dickinson county board of supervisors today (Tues.) voted four-to-one in favor of a proposal by the County Conservation Board to revamp the former county home building into open and closed shelters that would link the nature center to the east with Kenue Park to the west.
State Sen. David Johnson Plans To Seek Audit Of DNR Manure Management Fund
The former manager of a state program that regulates Iowa livestock farms and the manure they produce alleges money dedicated by law to the program has been illegally diverted for other uses by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.Â
Threat Has ELC Schools Taking Additional Security Measures
A threatening text message shared by a student with a school resource officer and administration Wednesday has the Estherville-Lincoln Central School District implementing some additional security measures.
Sutherland Woman Confirmed As Among Those Killed In Las Vegas Attack
Family members of Carly Kreibaum, a Sutherland woman who had been reported missing following Sunday night's mass shooting at a country music festival in Las Vegas, have confirmed she was killed in the attack.Â