Elizabeth Carney, a Charles City student studying at the Minneapolis School of Art in the spring of 1935, must have been delighted when she learned the school had awarded her a scholarship to study abroad for a year in Spain.
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC
Salem Lutheran Church held a Trunk or Treat event, Sunday, Oct. 28. Kids and their families attended in costume, posed for photos, and collected (or handed out) treats.
Salem Lutheran Church held a Trunk or Treat event, Sunday, Oct. 28. Kids and their families attended in costume, posed for photos, and collected (or handed out) treats.

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Elizabeth Carney, a Charles City student studying at the Minneapolis School of Art in the spring of 1935, must have been delighted when she learned the school had awarded her a scholarship to study abroad for a year in Spain. It would give her an opportunity to travel throughout Europe, studying...
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC The journey back begins with a lady by the name of Kait Klammer, Good Thunder, Minn., who is a violinist in the Mankato Symphony Orchestra. This violinst recently aquired an old run-down violin. “My son, Luke, rents out living space and he came upon this...
Salem Lutheran Church held a Trunk or Treat event, Sunday, Oct. 28. Kids and their families attended in costume, posed for photos, and collected (or handed out) treats.
The Lake Mills Care Center welcomed trick or treaters on Halloween, and some of the staff even dressed in costume for the day.
The Lake Mills Instrumental Music Program had nine Middle School and High School students participate in the 2018 University of Northern Iowa Clarinet Choir Day, Sunday, Nov. 4. The UNI Clarinet Day is an event for clarinetists of all ages. Participants were assigned to a clarinet choir and were...
by Conrad Bascom Lake Mills Graphic Ah, we’ve finally entered that wondrous time of the year when the mass exodus of dying leaves announce the arrival of those timeworn and anachronistic traditions like the ‘Sadie Hawkins Dance’ and the ‘Homecoming Court’. Perhaps dating as far back as the...
“Burlington must not be less charitable and humane than other cities of the state…” Burlington Hawkeye “The people of Iowa have been blessed with abundant harvest, and the appeal should be generously responded to.” Iowa City Citizen “Davenport has raised enough Russian relief money to buy two...
LMCS held their annual Halloween parade last Wednesday afternoon. First through third graders paraded the halls in costume. Above: Batman, an Owl, and a Crazy Cat Lady, were just a few of the creative costumes worn at the school.
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC The last weekend of October, put another feather in Cory Gudmonson’s hunting cap. For the 10th year in a row, he has headed up a great weekend for family and friends. Every opening weekend of pheasant hunting season, Cory,  New Ulm, Minn., invites a group...
“I have experienced the first real trial of my life. After a few days of suffering our little Hannah died of lung fever so we are left with one baby,” Keturah Belknap wrote in her diary in November 1843 of the death of her first child. But it would not be the last time she would endure similar pain...

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