News Archive

Governor Kim Reynolds Addressed Mental Health Funding During A Stop In Spencer Earlier This Week

Sat 6-19-2021

Governor Kim Reynolds says a bill she signed into law this week that shifts funding for mental health services to the state level was truly monumental.

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Iowa Rock 'n Roll Music Association announces Lake Okoboji Rock Festival July 24

Fri 6-18-2021 243 West Broadway Street, Arnolds Park, IA

(Arnolds Park)- Halfloves, Elizabeth Moen and Jocelyn  to headline new Festival

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Crash In Southwest Minnesota Claims The Lives Of Two People

Fri 6-18-2021

Both drivers are dead after a head-on crash between two pickups Thursday morning on Highway 23 in southwestern Minnesota

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Iowa Supreme Court Rules Environmental Groups Cannot Sue The State Over Water Quality

Fri 6-18-2021

The Iowa Supreme Court has overturned a district court ruling that allowed environmental groups to sue the state over water quality.

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Gov. Kim Reynolds Makes Several Stops In The Area Thursday With More Planned For Today (Fri.)

Fri 6-18-2021

The Governor was on hand late Thursday afternoon for the opening reception of the sesquicentennial exhibit at the Clay County Heritage Center in Spencer where she spoke of the importance of communities celebrating their heritage

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New Trial Granted For Spirit Lake Man Previously Found Guilty Of Murder In Sioux County Case

Fri 6-18-2021

An error before his trial even got underway means a 71-year-old Spirit Lake man who was convicted of murder will get another trial. 

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Two Vehicle Collision Near North Y In Spencer Results In No Injuries But A Considerable Amount Of Property Damage And A Citation Against One Of The Drivers

Thu 6-17-2021

The Clay County Sheriff's Office says deputies were called to the location around 12:20 pm today (Thursday).

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Welfare Check Leads To Multiple Drug Arrests

Thu 6-17-2021

A welfare check a little before 6:00 pm Wednesday at 1010 2nd Avenue North in Estherville ultimately ended in the arrests of several people on a variety of charges.

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Dickinson County Emergency Management Raising Funds For New Drone

Thu 6-17-2021

Coordinator Mike Ehret says the new one they're looking at has two cameras on it compared to the existing drone that only has one

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Motorcycle Vs Deer Collision Injures Spencer Man

Thu 6-17-2021

The Clay County Sheriff's Office says Lucas Decker was operating a 2019 Indian Motorcycle northbound in the 2800 mile of Highway 71 when he collided with the animal.

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Thunderstorms Bring Hail To Some Areas, But The Iowa Great Lakes Missed Out On Any Measurable Rain

Thu 6-17-2021

The National Weather Service says it even received a report of an inch and three quarters diameter hail near Peterson.

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O'Brien Co. Supervisors Approve Expansion Of Dairy Cattle Operation Near Sanborn

Thu 6-17-2021

The O'Brien County Board of Supervisors has approved plans for an expansion of a cattle operation northeast of Sanborn that's owned by Van Ess Dairy, LLC.

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Concern Grows Over Decreasing Funding For Program That Assists Crime Victims

Thu 6-17-2021

Iowa groups that assist survivors of domestic violence and other crimes are struggling as a key federal funding source almost evaporates.

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Milford Airport Commission To Move Forward With Feasibility Study On Airport

Thu 6-17-2021

The Milford Airport Commission has decided to move forward with a study to look into the feasibility of moving the city's airport, a process commission members say could take 10 to 15 years.

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Emmet County Water Trails Dedication to be held June 23

Wed 6-16-2021 Estherville, IA

(Estherville)-Project has been in the works for over 10 years

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A Rather Unique Blogger Will Be Coming To The Region Later This Month

Wed 6-16-2021

JJ Goodwin with the Iowa Galavant will bring his Western Iowa T-Bone Trail to Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson and Emmet counties later this month

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Ryan Krosch Getting Accustomed As He Comes On Board As Jackson County Administrator

Wed 6-16-2021

Ryan Krosch started his new position as Jackson County Administrator and has been using his first week to get aquainted with everyone

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Orleans City Council Hears Concerns Over Parking And Speed On 140th Street On South Side Of Big Spirit Lake

Wed 6-16-2021

Mayor Bill Maas says the council agreed to temporarily allow parking along the south side of the road from now until Labor Day.

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Clay Co. Heritage Center To Hold Opening Reception For Time Capsule Exhibit

Wed 6-16-2021

An opening reception will be held Thursday evening for a very special exhibit at the Clay County Heritage Center.

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Upper Des Moines Opportunity accepting Donations and Applications for Annual Back to School Program

Tue 6-15-2021 1575 18th Street Spirit Lake, IA

(Spirit Lake)-Program helps low income families purchase school supplies

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Estherville Man Arrested In Armstrong Tire Flattening Cases

Tue 6-15-2021

The Emmet County Sheriff's Office says an investigation resulted in an arrest warrant being issued for a suspect in the case, 49-year-old Theodore West of Estherville. 

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Five Juvenile Females Face Rioting Charges Following Incident That Severely Damaged Forest Ridge Youth Services Facility

Tue 6-15-2021

The Emmet County Sheriff's Office says deputies arrived on the scene shortly after 9:30 pm Monday, June 7th and found the facility had sustained severe damage as a result of the incident.

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Area Crops Beginning To Show Signs Of Stress From Ongoing Drought Conditions

Tue 6-15-2021

Iowa State University Extension crop specialist Joel DeJong says northwest Iowa crops are showing signs of stress from the dry conditions.

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Des Moines Man Faces Charges In Clay County After Being Pulled Over For Going 98 MPH In A 55 Mph Zone

Tue 6-15-2021

The Sheriff's Office says a deputy pulled over a 2013 Nissan Altima around 6:00 pm in the 2400 mile of 380th Street in Clay county.

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Fundraising For IGL Chamber 4th Of July Fireworks Show Is In High Gear

Tue 6-15-2021

President and CEO Blain Andera says individuals and businesses alike are encouraged to donate.

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Mayo Clinic Health System Announces Plans To Cover Southern Minnesota Towns Where Clinics Were Recently Closed

Tue 6-15-2021

Earlier this year the Mayo Clinic Health System decided to close down their clinics in Armstrong as well as Lake Crystal, Sherburn, Trimont and Truman.

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Milford City Council Sets Date For Public Hearing On Proposed Expansion Of An Urban Renewal Area

Tue 6-15-2021

City Administrator Leann Reinsbach told the council it would help with some street improvements

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Governor Kim Reynolds To Visit The Area Later This Week

Tue 6-15-2021

Governor Kim Reynolds will be making a couple of stops in the area this Thursday.

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Estherville Man Dies Of Injuries Sustained In A Weekend Motorcycle Accident

Tue 6-15-2021

According to Emmet County Sheriff Mike Martens, a 2003 Harley Davidson driven by Michael Schubert age (64) was eastbound in the 4300 block of 230th Street, when the motorcycle failed to negotiate a curve and left the roadway and entered the road ditch. 

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Humane Society of NW Iowa to host Wags & Whiskers Fundraiser June 16

Mon 6-14-2021 37 Lake Street, Arnolds Park, IA

(Arnolds Park)-Dinner, live music and auction to highlight event at the Roof Garden Ballroom

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Flags In Iowa Being Flown At Half Staff To Pay Respect To A Fallen Soldier From NW Iowa Who's Remains Were Recently Identified

Mon 6-14-2021

Flags are being flown at half-staff on this flag day across Iowa to pay respect to a fallen soldier from northwest Iowa who died in the Korean war. His remains were just recently identified.

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Storm Lake Man Found Guilty In Shooting Of Des Moines Child

Mon 6-14-2021

Investigators say 20-year-old Reath Yak of Storm Lake was one of the men who fired more than 20 shots at a Des Moines home last March.

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Dickinson Co. Supervisors Unanimously Approve Preliminary & Final Plats For Egralharve Club Subdivision

Mon 6-14-2021

It consists of five lots on 10 acres of land between 168th Street and North Inner Lane on the west side of West Lake Okoboji.

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Entry Deadline For 2021 Dickinson Co. 4-H & FFA Fair Is Quickly Approaching

Mon 6-14-2021

Madeline Smith of the ISU Extension and Outreach Dickinson County office says they're also looking for volunteers to help out with this year's fair.

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CREST Senior Services Are Available In The Martin County Area

Sat 6-12-2021

If you or a family member could benefit from CREST's services, feel free to call 507-235-3833. 

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Boji Bay Pools Open With Milford Business Promotion Through June 30th

Sat 6-12-2021

Bring a Milford business receipt to Boji Bay and get in free through June 30th! One receipt per person, open 12 pm to 5 pm.

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Tax, Motor Vehicle & Driver's License Divisions Of Dickinson Co. Treasurer's Office To Be Closed One Hour Wed., June 16th

Sat 6-12-2021

County Treasurer Kris Rowley says the office will be closed that day between 10:00 am and 11:00 am for staff training with the Iowa Department of Transportation.

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Fire Completely Destroys Spirit Lake Business; Damages A Neighboring One

Fri 6-11-2021

Spirit Lake Fire Chief Pat Daly tells KUOO news they were called to the Golden Buys Outlet store at 1665 Highway 71 South a little before 8:30 this (Friday) morning

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Front Brings Strong Wind But Very Little Rain With It

Fri 6-11-2021

40 to 50 mph gusts were reported in some locations, blowing around loose objects.

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Fire Shuts Down Stretch Of Highway 71 In Spirit Lake

Fri 6-11-2021

The Spirit Lake Fire Department was called shortly before 8:30 am to the Golden Buys Outlet Store at 1665 Highway 71 South after getting a report of a controlled burn that quickly got out of hand after the wind suddenly picked up. The fire quickly spread to the building itself, engulfing it.

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New Exhibit Class At Clay County Fair Textiles, Crafts & Arts Dept. Will Be A Step Back In Time

Fri 6-11-2021

The new class, “Bring Back The Roaring 20's”, will feature textiles, crafts and arts reminiscent of that time period.

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Local Expert Says Crops Still Look Pretty Good...For Now

Fri 6-11-2021

While the hot weather is less than desirable for us, a local expert says it's actually been good for crops...so far.

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A Northwest Iowa City Issues A Special Advisory As Concerns Mount Over Ongoing Drought And Dropping Water Levels

Thu 6-10-2021

The city of Sheldon has issued a “water watch” that will be in effect until further notice.

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Crash Near Cherokee Claims Life Of A Storm Lake Woman

Thu 6-10-2021

The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office says it happened around 10:30 a.m. Thursday, several miles south of Cherokee at an intersection of two county roads.

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Milford Fire Dept. Responds To Trailer Fire At Landmark Products

Thu 6-10-2021

The Milford Fire Department responded around 8:30 this (Thurs.) morning to a fire involving a reefer unit on a semi trailer near Landmark Products just west of Milford.

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Okoboji Protective Association launching New Campaigns this Summer

Thu 6-10-2021 Okoboji, IA

(Okoboji)-Anti-Litter and Century Cottage campaigns both focus on Good Stewardship of Iowa Great Lakes

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Ongoing Hot, Dry, Weather Has A Southern Minnesota Rural Water Provider Urging Customers To Refrain On Usage When Possible

Thu 6-10-2021

The Red Rock Rural Water System is making that request of its members.

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Dickinson County Supervisor Addresses Findings Of Recycling Survey

Thu 6-10-2021

Kim Wermersen represents the Board of Supervisors on the county's Landfill Commission. He informed fellow supervisors this week of the findings of a recently completed survey into recycling in Dickinson county.

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Big Weekend Planned For Spencer With Flagfest & 150th Anniversary Celebrations

Thu 6-10-2021

The events kick off Friday with some of the main highlights on Saturday, including a parade.

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Okoboji City Council Discusses Building Murals

Thu 6-10-2021

The Okoboji City Council Tuesday approved a recommendation from the city's Board of Adjustment granting a special request from the Okoboji Summer Theatre to allow a mural to be painted on the side of one of their buildings. While council members said they don't have issues with the design being proposed for this particular project, they are concerned over a possible precedent.

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Arnolds Park City Council Approves Re-Zoning; Discusses Parking Issues At Claire Wilson Park

Thu 6-10-2021

The Arnolds Park City Council Wednesday evening approved a recommendation from the city's Planning and Zoning Commission to rezone a small piece of land that's within the same parcel of land where the Dry Dock and Four Seasons Resort are located, so the entire property is zoned the same. The discrepancy was discovered as the owners of the property were doing their due diligence in making preparations to put the land, including that where the resort and restaurant are located, up for sale.

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Iowa Rock 'n Roll Music Association announces State-wide Iowa Rocks Talent Competition

Wed 6-9-2021 243 West Broadway Street, Arnolds Park, IA

(Arnolds Park)-Competition open to Bands and Individual Performers age 21 and under

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Wild Rose Casino & Resort to present Doug Allen Nash & The Johnny Cash Tribute June 11

Wed 6-9-2021 777 Main Street,Emmetsburg,IA

(Emmetsburg)-Nash's tribute to The Man in Black is recognized nationally

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Graettinger Man Wanted On Clay County Warrant Taken Into Custody

Wed 6-9-2021

A Graettinger man has been served with an active Clay county warrant for failure to appear on charges of interference with official acts and Unauthorized use of a credit card under $1,500

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Networking Stoplights Could Be Part Of Hwy 71 Project Through Arnolds Park & Okoboji

Wed 6-9-2021

The Okoboji City Council Tuesday evening directed City Administrator Michael Meyers to proceed in talks with the city of Arnolds Park into the possibility of applying for a grant to help cover the cost of the project

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Traffic Enforcement Officials Working To Slow Iowa’s Rising Fatality Rate

Wed 6-9-2021

The Iowa State Patrol says its troopers have reported some of the most dangerous driving behaviors in the patrol’s 85-year history. 

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Ken Snyder Elected To Fill Vacancy On Ward 2 Seat Of Sheldon City Council

Wed 6-9-2021

Unofficial results show Snyder receiving 89 votes while the other candidates, Sandra Johnson received 23 votes and Madeline Kopel eight votes.

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Water Rates In Okoboji Will Be Going Up Effective This Coming July 1st

Tue 6-8-2021

The City Council Tuesday evening granted formal approval of the increase following a public hearing.

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Spirit Lake's New Police Chief Is Coming From Within The Department

Tue 6-8-2021

The city council Tuesday evening unanimously approved a recommendation from Mayor Bruce Keenan to appoint Shane Brevik to the position, succeeding longtime Chief Jeff Hanson who will be retiring effective at the end of the month.

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Dickinson Co. Supervisors Considering A Resolution That Would Deem All Businesses In The County As Essential

Tue 6-8-2021

Dickinson county supervisors are considering a resolution that in effect would classify all businesses in the county as essential in the event of another public health emergency.

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Spencer City Council Appoints Interim City Manager; Will Likely Re-Visit Sidewalk Cafes

Tue 6-8-2021

Mayor Kevin Robinson told the city council Monday evening it stems from a letter he's received from an official with the Iowa Department of Transportation

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Sheldon Voters Head To The Polls Today (Tues. June 8th) To Fill Vacant City Council Seat

Tue 6-8-2021

Voters in Sheldon head to the polls today (Tues.) for a special election to fill a vacancy for the Ward 2 city council seat

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Friends of Lakeside Lab Science Seminar Series to focus on Iowa Wildlife Success Stories June 8

Mon 6-7-2021 1838 Highway 86, Milford, IA

(Milford)-Furbearer and Wetland Biologist Vince Evelsizer to speak at free talk Tuesday evening

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Stretch Of Hwy 10 In Sioux County To Be Closed To Traffic For Six Weeks Starting Later In The Day This Thursday (June 10th)

Mon 6-7-2021

The Iowa Department of Transportation's District 3 Office says crews will be doing work on a bridge approach and rehabilitating some pavement on Highway 10 west of U.S. Highway 75

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Jackson Center For The Arts Hosts New Music In The Market And Art In The Park Event

Mon 6-7-2021 Jackson, MN

Music at the Market and Art in the Park coincides with the Riverside Farmers Market in Jackson at Ashley Park.

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Minor Injuries Reported In Palo Alto County Crash

Mon 6-7-2021

The Sheriff's Office says Joanie Rierson of Algona lost control of a 2001 Nissan Pathfinder while traveling southbound in the 2800 block of 530th Avenue.

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Brief Pursuit Results In Charges Against Graettinger Woman

Mon 6-7-2021

A Graettinger woman faces multiple charges following a brief pursuit this past Wednesday evening in Graettinger.

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Long-Time ISU Extension And Outreach Field Agronomist Paul Kassel To Retire

Mon 6-7-2021

Kassel began his career as an Extension Integrated Pest Management Associate at the Spencer Area Extension Office back in 1981.

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We're Learning Additional Details Into A Weekend House Fire In Spencer

Mon 6-7-2021

Firefighters were called to 402 8th Avenue Southeast shortly before 8:30 pm Friday and found flames coming from the exterior of the residence and attic space

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Texas Teen Drowns While Swimming In A Northwest Iowa Lake

Mon 6-7-2021

Authorities say 18-year-old Brian Valencia of Willis, Texas had been swimming in a roped-off area of Black Hawk Lake in Lakeview when he started to struggle.

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Fostoria Boil Advisory Lifted

Mon 6-7-2021

A boil order that had been in effect for Fostoria late last week was lifted over the weekend.

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DNR Commissioners To Visit Iowa Great Lakes Next Week

Sat 6-5-2021

Commissioners of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources will be in the Iowa Great Lakes next week.

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Gov. Kim Reynolds Talks About Workforce Shortage While Visiting Storm Lake Earlier This Week

Sat 6-5-2021

During her stop in Storm Lake this week, Governor Kim Reynolds talked about what it will take to get more people into the workforce.

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Supreme Court Rules in Okoboji Car Restoration Case

Sat 6-5-2021

The Iowa Supreme Court has ruled in the case of a six-figure renovation of a classic car.

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Area Cities Say They're Addressing Complaints About Tall Grass

Fri 6-4-2021

Ordinances in most cities state that grass and weeds must be kept less than 6 inches in height.

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Iowa Supreme Court Affirms Conviction In A Dickinson County OWI Case

Fri 6-4-2021

It involved an incident on January 15th of 2019 in which a sheriff's deputy responded to a report of a man who had been found in a vehicle.

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The Splash Pad In Jackson Is Open To The Community

Fri 6-4-2021 Jackson, MN

The Splash Pad, presented by Splash'n Jackson, has been a three-year project, which culminated in a ribbon cutting on Thursday.

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Arnolds Park Amusement Park Announces Plans To Construct New $4.5 Million Stage At Preservation Plaza

Fri 6-4-2021

CEO Jeff Vierkant says the work will start after this coming Labor Day with construction through the winter.

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Sheldon Bank Robbery Suspect Remains At-Large

Fri 6-4-2021

The incident at the Iowa State Bank happened around 12 Noon Thursday.

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Boil Advisory In Effect Until Further Notice For Fostoria

Fri 6-4-2021

A statement from Iowa Lakes Regional Water says the order is effective immediately and will remain in place until water samples are satisfactory.

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Time Is Starting To Wind Down For Estherville Residents Wishing To Shoot Off Fireworks This 4th Of July

Thu 6-3-2021

A city ordinance requires anyone in the city wishing to shoot off fireworks have a permit first.

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Reggie Schive Jazz Camp Kicking Off June 13-17 Still Has A Few Open Spots

Thu 6-3-2021 Estherville,IA

The annual Reggie Schive Jazz Camp at Iowa Lakes Community College still has some open spots, and is a great way to learn about music!

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Authorities Are Looking For A Suspect Wanted In An Armed Robbery Today (Thurs.) Of A Bank In Sheldon

Thu 6-3-2021

Police are looking for a man described as being six feet two inches tall wearing red glasses, white gloves and blackish grey sweatpants. They say the man is armed with a gun and should be considered dangerous. 

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Iowa Lakes Corridor Development Corp. Announces New President And CEO

Thu 6-3-2021

It was announced this (Thurs.) morning Shannon Landauer has been hired to the position and will begin her new duties in July.

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Iowa D.O.T Seeking Public Comment On Bridge Replacement Project On Hwy 15 In Kossuth County

Thu 6-3-2021

The Iowa Department of Transportation is seeking public input on a bridge replacement on Iowa Highway 15 over Lotts Creek, about eight and-a-half miles north of Highway 18 and a half mile south of Fenton, in Kossuth county.

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Renovation Work About To Get Underway At Spirit Lake Fish Hatchery

Thu 6-3-2021

Mike Hawkins, a fisheries biologist with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, says it will solve a problem with zebra mussels they've been having at the facility

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Investigation Finds State Employee In Cherokee Manipulated Husband's Timesheets

Thu 6-3-2021

Renae Rapp was an administrative assistant who managed payroll and staff scheduling at the state unit in Cherokee where sexually violent predators are committed once their prison terms have expired

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ILEC Announces New Vice President Of Customer & Corporate Relations

Thu 6-3-2021

Jennifer Sievert will succeed Tresa Hussong in that position. Hussong, who has been with ILEC the past 22 years, will be retiring effective this coming August 27th.

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Clean Up Day In Okoboji Set For Monday, June 7th

Wed 6-2-2021

City Administrator Michael Meyers says it will be that one day only, and crews will only be making one pass through town

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Infectious Disease Experts Sound A Warning About Iowa's Lagging COVID Vaccinations

Wed 6-2-2021

Infectious disease specialists warn if Iowa’s vaccination rate doesn’t rise, more contagious variants of Covid may take hold here as is the case in Britain.

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Black Hills Energy Announces It Plans To Seek A Rate Increase From Iowa Utilities Board

Wed 6-2-2021

Company officials say the increase is needed to help fund more than $250 million in improvements to the company's infrastructure in Iowa made since 2011.

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Iowa State Park Passport Coming Back For Another Season 2021

Wed 6-2-2021

The Iowa State Park Passport System shows how many people visit Iowa's State Parks and how important they are to the people.

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Ag Expert: Last Week's Unseasonably Cold Weather Damaged Some Crops In Southwest Minnesota

Wed 6-2-2021

Jim Nesseth of Extended Ag Services in Lakefield says some soybean fields experienced some frost damage

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Woman Escapes Injury But Faces Charges After Vehicle She Was Driving Collides With A Cement Barrier

Wed 6-2-2021

The Clay County Sheriff's Office says 45-year-old Amy Stallings was driving a 2006 Kia Sportage that went through a curve and collided with the barrier at the corner of 2nd Street and Highway 10 in Peterson.

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Founder Of KUOO And A Lakes Area Icon Passes Away

Wed 6-2-2021

A longtime broadcaster and icon of the Iowa Great Lakes has passed away. Paul Hedberg died this past Thursday in Texas.

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Spirit Lake Fire Dept. Responds To Very Minor Structure Fire On West Side Of West Lake Okoboji

Tue 6-1-2021

Spirit Lake Fire Chief Pat Daly tells KUOO news they were called to a residence in the harbor area around 2:30 this (Tues.) afternoon.

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Investigation Underway Into The Theft Of Nearly $5,000 Worth Of Electronic Items From Spencer Wal-Mart Store

Tue 6-1-2021

Authorities say the incident took place on Thursday of this past week.

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STEM Workshop Later This Month To Bring Several Experts To The Iowa Great Lakes

Tue 6-1-2021

Sue Boettcher of Iowa State University Extension and Outreach tells KUOO news they'll be hosting a STEM diversity workshop Tuesday, June 29th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm in the dining hall at Lakeside Lab.

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Spirit Lake Man Pleads Guilty To 1st Degree Robbery And A Drug Charge

Tue 6-1-2021

43-year-old Patrick Miles was scheduled to go on trial next month in Dickinson County District Court.

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Lakeside Lab Talk To Feature Mike Hawkins Of Iowa DNR

Tue 6-1-2021

A special video will be shown at Lakeside Lab's free talk this (Tuesday) evening

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Hy-Vee Offering An Incentive For Those Who Have Not Yet Received Their COVID-19 Vaccine

Tue 6-1-2021

The chain has announced that beginning today (Tues.), each person that completes their COVID-19 vaccination at a Hy-Vee pharmacy or pop-up vaccination clinic will receive a $10 Hy-Vee gift card.

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Lyon County Traffic Stop Results In Two Arrests

Tue 6-1-2021

A traffic stop Monday in Lyon county resulted in the arrests of two people on drug charges.

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