While some of the names have changed, and the schedule says 2017, The opening night for Lake Mills volleyball could have been pretty much any of the past dozen or so years, as the No.
A new year, got off to the best start possible, for the Lake Mills Bulldogs, as they downed West Fork 41-0 last Friday.
The Lake Mills Fire Dept. and Lake Mills Ambulance staff (pictured above) held a kickball fundraiser for the Lake Mills Park and Rec Dept., Sunday afternoon. They raised $616.61 to be used to upgrade the park by the elevator.
The Winnebago County Conservation Board has recently completed acquisition of a 40-acre tract of wildlife habitat, three-miles north of Buffalo Center along county road R20 and one mile west of the Quam Wildlife Area.
For Bridget Saxton, a graduate this year of LMHS, a presentation from Global Compassion at her church, sealed the deal for a recent trip to Haiti.
BY TERRY GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC
While some of the names have changed, and the schedule says 2017, The opening night for Lake Mills volleyball could have been pretty much any of the past dozen or so years, as the No. 6 rated Bulldogs breezed past West Hancock in straight sets, 25-6, 25-3 and 25-8. “As far as opening nights go, I...
A new year, got off to the best start possible, for the Lake Mills Bulldogs, as they downed West Fork 41-0 last Friday. “It was a great first win of the season,” exclaimed Coach Bill Byrnes following the game. “We have worked hard and the kids were deserving of the victory.” In the decisive win,...
The Winnebago County Conservation Board has recently completed acquisition of a 40-acre tract of wildlife habitat, three-miles north of Buffalo Center along county road R20 and one mile west of the Quam Wildlife Area. The land was purchased from the Willard and Dorothy Dearing Trust, who had...
For Bridget Saxton, a graduate this year of LMHS, a presentation from Global Compassion at her church, sealed the deal for a recent trip to Haiti. “I actually got to know about it (mission trips to Haiti) through my church, Bethel Lutheran Brethren (rural Joice),” said Saxton. “What was then...
BY TERRY GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC You do not need vinegar, nor canning jars—although part of the court is referred to as “the kitchen”—to play this strangely named sport that has picked up a lot of steam in Lake Mills over the past several months. What you do need, is a quick run through of the...
Dennis “Tip” Taylor was inducted into the Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame, Sunday, Aug. 21. He was recognized for his years of leadership and volunteerism with the 4-H Shooting Sports program. Tip Taylor has been with the Winnebago County 4-H Shooting Sports program since 2005. While the club was still in...
In an effort to keep our students a bit safer this fall, select middle school students will be guarding crosswalks in the mornings and after school at Lake Mills Community Schools. The students had an initial training Monday, May 15. Police Chief Dave Thomas, and Superintendent Kohagen were guest...
Worth County Fair Queen, Rylee Bowman, waves to the crowd during the 2016 Iowa State Fair Queen Coronation Ceremony held last Saturday, Aug. 13. Rylee will be a senior at LMCS this year.
The Wells Area Save Second Base committee recently donated $12,000 to the Cancer Center on the Albert Lea campus of Mayo Clinic Health System–Albert Lea and Austin, Minn. The committee, founded and run by the Klocek family and their friends, has raised over $92,000 for cancer care on the Albert Lea...
The Winnebago County Conservation Board will be hosting their annual Monarch Tagging program on Friday evening, Sept. 2, at the Thorpe Park shelter house. A short program about the Monarch butterfly will be given beginning at 6 p.m., with the actual tagging running from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thorpe Park...

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While some of the names have changed, and the schedule says 2017, The opening night for Lake Mills volleyball could have been pretty much any of the past dozen or so years, as the No. 6 rated...

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