Jaci Hermstad Receives First Dose Of Specially Designed Drug In Her Battle Against A-L-S
A Spencer woman received the first dose of an experimental drug Tuesday that doctors hope will slow the progress and perhaps even reverse some of the affects of a rare form of ALS she's suffering from.
Iowa Supreme Court Denies Request For New Trial In Lee Christensen Case
The Iowa Supreme Court today (Fri.) issued a ruling denying a request for a new trial for an Estherville man who was found guilty of 2nddegree murder in the death of Thomas Bortvit, also of Estherville.
Mexican Man Arrested In NW Iowa Sentenced In Federal Court For Unlawful Use Of Identification Documents
A Mexican man who came to the attention of ICE officials after he was arrested in Orange City for driving without a valid license and admitted to purchasing a counterfeit Social Security card has been sentenced in U.S. District Court to four months in prison.
City Officials In Spencer To Conduct Tree Trimming Assessments Beginning Monday (June 10th)
City officials in Spencer say beginning next week they'll be surveying properties for trees and or branches that hang out over the public right-of-way in the area of town on the east side of Grand Avenue and north of the railroad tracks.
Options To Address High Water Levels On The Iowa Great Lakes To Be Presented To Public June 26th
The public will have an opportunity to hear firsthand a report on options to prevent future flooding threats on the Iowa Great Lakes at a meeting scheduled for Wednesday, June 26that 1:30 pm at the Sami Bedell Center for the Performing Arts at Spirit Lake High School.