The North Central Iowa Bandmasters Association High School Honor Band was held Saturday, Jan. 6, at NIACC. Three Lake Mills High School students were selected to participate in the honor bands.
Logan Loganeers 4-H club participated in a painting workshop with Kelly Gau during their January club meeting.
“Girl From Iowa Farm Leads Men in Quest for World’s Cattle Prize” The headline in the Anniston (Alabama) Star newspaper in July 1927 was similar to others in newspapers across the country:
Mary Harrah had been a popular teacher in Newton in 1890. Within just a few years she had made a name for herself in the family cattle business.
“Helm! Right ten degrees rudder, steady course: zero-nine-zero! All Ahead Flank!”  The order is simple enough but the message behind it is significant. Turn east toward home and proceed with all available speed.
“Helm! Right ten degrees rudder, steady course: zero-nine-zero! All Ahead Flank!”  The order is simple enough but the message behind it is significant. Turn east toward home and proceed with all available speed.

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While still windy and bitterly cold Tuesday, Lake Mills awoke to a clear blue sky and a sunrise featuring sundogs, following the Monday blizzard.
A quiet start to the day, quickly changed as snow began rapidly accumulating shortly after 8 a.m. in Lake Mills.
See our image gallery for all pictures form this event, and featured photos in the Jan. 27 Graphic.
Cold temperatures continue across North Iowa today, as evidenced by these Sun Dogs peeking around the north side water tower in Lake Mills.

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