Rural Worth County welcomed a new business last week, as Kum & Go, near the Diamond Jo Casino interchange, opened its doors for business Wednesday, March 15, following a ribbon cutting Tuesday, March 14.
The LMHS celebrated the roots of Rock and Roll, with their spring show entitled “Twist and Shout,” as they danced and sang their way through the first several decades of the Rock and Roll era.
With many in our area gearing up for summer biking season, and RAGBRAI later this summer, we are exploring a bike rider who went way beyond RAGBRAI, culminating a a cross country trip on his bike.
The 2017 LMCS Invention Fair was held Tuesday afternoon, March 7, in the Library Media Center. Thirty-four students, in third through sixth grade, participated this year, making 21 inventions.
By Bonnie Kay Baldwin lake mills graphic Zoe Heimendinger, LMHS senior, skated in her final shows with the Albert Lea Figure Skating Club (ALFSC), March 4 and 5, at the Albert Lea City Arena
“They are simply awful. They left farm life to go on the stage and are raising larger crops than when tilling the soil. Beans, peas, turnips, carrots, eggs and cabbage literally rain down upon them whenever they shamble onto the stage.”
New commercial and recreational turtle harvest seasons and daily catch limits start March 22. A harvest season and catch limits will help protect Iowa’s harvestable turtle breeding populations and the survival of these sensitive species. The harvest season for spiny softshell, smooth softshell...
Although pond plant growth is not always the same each year; if you had problems using your pond last year, you could have similar problems this year. A healthy pond needs aquatic plant habitat, but too many plants can limit the pond’s use and cause imbalances in the fish population. In an...
Prediabetes is a condition in which blood glucose (sugar) levels are high, but not high enough yet to be classified as type 2 diabetes. Most people with prediabetes don’t know they have it; in fact, more than one in three Iowa adults have prediabetes, which means they are at high risk for...
April 1 is an important date to observe as the end of the annual Iowa Winter Moratorium (cold weather rule), and rules governing payment arrangements, energy assistance and bill-related service interruptions change until next fall. This date is important to remember for any customer anticipating a...
Campers anxious to reserve spots for the Fourth of July weekend should mark March 31 on their calendars, when reservations for a Friday arrival open. Campers can make reservations for sites three months ahead of their first night’s stay. “Electric sites go quickly,” reminds Todd Coffelt, chief of...
Everyday Living Class is proud to share that they have received the Tools for Schools award from KIMT for April. This money will be used for different tools and supplies for our outdoor classrooms. ELC has been waiting anxiously to see plants and flowers that they planted this fall. They found out...
Larson Contracting recently made a donation to the Lake Mills Fire Dept. Justin Peterson (left) of Larson Contracting presents a check for $500 to Lake Mills firefighter, Robert Storby.
Rural Worth County welcomed a new business last week, as Kum & Go, near the Diamond Jo Casino interchange, opened its doors for business Wednesday, March 15, following a ribbon cutting Tuesday, March 14. At the ribbon cutting, Kum & Go made a $500 donation to LMCS.
Leading up to the spring city wide clean up in May, the city is attempting to be proactive on the issue, while sending a message to citizens that junk, old inoperable vehicles and houses in disrepair and dangerous condition will not be tolerated. Police Chief Dave Thomas, noted that his department...
Following the lead of many other Iowa counties—including neighboring Mitchell and Winnebago—Worth county on Monday approved an ordinance, allowing the use of ATV’s and other off-road vehicles on all gravel roads within the county, starting April 1. Following a pulbic hearing, in which the...

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New commercial and recreational turtle harvest seasons and daily catch limits start March 22. A harvest season and catch limits will help protect Iowa’s harvestable turtle breeding...

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