Emmet County Sheriff's Office, Estherville P.D. To Conduct Traffic Safety Checkpoint On Hwy 9 Just West Of Estherville
The Estherville Police Department and Emmet County Sheriff's Office announced early this (Thurs.) afternoon they'll be conducting a traffic safety checkpoint this (Thurs.) evening from 6:00 until 8:00 pm on Highway 9 near the Elk's Lodge, just west of Estherville.
Milford City Council Hears From Public Over Possibility Of City Buying Back Former Smith Lumber Site
Discussion over parking in the downtown area was a major topic as the Milford City Council again Tuesday evening discussed the pro's and cons over the city possibly buying back the former Smith Lumber property.
Authorities Now Say A Crash Friday At The Intersection Of Hwy 71 & 41st Street In Spirit Lake Claimed The Life Of An Okoboji Man
The Iowa State Patrol now says a collision of two pickups Friday at the intersection of Highway 71 and 41st Street in Spirit Lake claimed the life of an Okoboji man. The victim is identified as 66-year-old James Golden of Okoboji.
Gov. Kim Reynolds Orders Flags Flown At Half-Staff
Gov. Kim Reynolds ordered all flags in Iowa to be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to noon on Monday, May 27, 2019 in honor of Memorial Day and directed that the National League of Families POW/MIA flag also be flown on Capitol grounds for the entire day.
Burglary Investigation Results In Charges Against A Rural Terril Man
A rural Terril man who was already in the Clay county jail faces additional charges stemming from an investigation into a burglary complaint filed March 31stof this year that resulted in a subsequent search of his residence on April 9th.
Several Storm Lake Residents Arrested On Child Endangerment & Animal Neglect Charges
Three people face child endangerment and animal neglect charges after Storm Lake Police yesterday (Wednesday) investigated a report of a large number of dogs and cats at 1014 Michigan Street, causing an unsafe environment.
Iowa Attorney General's Office Files Lawsuits, Including One In Dickinson County, Claiming Violations Of One Call Law
Attorney General Tom Miller has filed five lawsuits, including one in Dickinson county, alleging contractors conducted illegal excavations that damaged underground utilities in violation of the “Iowa One Call” law.
Polaris Industries CEO Says Additional Tariffs Could Be "Catastrophic" To The Company And It's Employees If They're Implemented
The head of Polaris Industries says the potential for additional tariffs on Chinese goods could be "catastrophic" to the company. CEO Scott Wine expressed his concern in an interview Tuesday with CNBC.
South O'Brien Senior Awarded $2,000 Special Education Teacher Scholarship
A senior at South O'Brien High School is the recipient of the 2019 Special Education Teacher Scholarship of Iowa co-sponsored by ClaimAid Consulting Corporation and the Iowa Association of School Boards.
Dickinson Co. Supervisors Hear Update From Seasons Center After Taking On Some Services Previously Provided By Compass Pointe
The Dickinson County Board of Supervisors today (Tues.) heard an update from a Seasons Center representative regarding the additional substance abuse counseling services they're providing in the absence of Compass Pointe.
Hope Haven CEO Comments On Factor Behind Decision To Discontinue Mental Health Therapy Services
We're learning more details into the announcement by Hope Haven it will no longer be providing mental health therapy services in its nine county service region, including Dickinson county, effective June 27th.
Hope Haven Announces It Will Discontinue Mental Health Therapy Services
Hope Haven has announced it will be discontinuing mental health therapy services in its nine-county service area effective June 27th. The agency also provides mental health services to jails in the region.
DNR Reminding Walleye Weekend Participants To Make Sure Their Boats Are Ready & To Check Registrations
For many, Walleye Weekend will be the first time of the season to have boats out on the water. Prior to getting to the boat ramp, though, Jeff Morrison, an enforcement officer with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, says the very first thing you need to do is to make sure your registration is up to date