Local author, Sherrie Hansen, will be at the Kiester Library, Thursday, July 18, at 6 p.m. Snacks, coffee and water will be available. If you plan on attending, please call the library at 507-600-9337 or message them on Facebook.
Bob McLaughlin, Lake Mills, and his grandson, Owen, celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in style, putting on their kilts  and tam-o-shanters for the occasion. Owen is the three-month-old son of Curran and Skye McLaughlin, Garner.
When Loretta Reimers first took Annie’s Project in 2013, it was one of many women in ag programs she would go on to complete.
When Loretta Reimers first took Annie’s Project in 2013, it was one of many women in ag programs she would go on to complete.
As long as I can remember, books have been my escape and the library my place of comfort.
We are over half-way through the school year and I have many good things going at LMCS.

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LMHS held Senior Expo last Thursday evening.
For many traveling enthusiasts, few things are more enticing than the open road. Road trips have long been popular, and that popularity appears to be on the rise. According to a report from MMGY Global, a travel and hospitality marketing firm, road trips represented 39 percent of vacations taken...
In a perfect world, all vehicle owners would be able to park their cars and trucks in garages. In such a world, automobiles would not be vulnerable to sun, storms and other natural elements that, over time, can contribute to wear and tear. But many drivers cannot or choose not to park their cars...
As they spend more and more time in their vehicles, drivers tend to grow more comfortable behind the wheel. As a result, drivers may be inclined to take certain things, including how visible they are to approaching motorists, for granted. When drivers think of their vehicle lights, they tend to be...
Pain is a significant concern for many people. Estimates from the International Association for the Study of Pain suggest that one in five adults across the globe suffer from pain. Pain can affect anyone, even people who have not been in an accident or suffered an injury while playing a sport or...
Energy levels tend to ebb and flow throughout a typical workday. A cup of coffee may provide some caffeine-infused spark in the morning, but a big lunch can squash energy later in the afternoon. Waning mental sharpness as the workday progresses can compromise productivity, making it more difficult...
Puzzles are fun and entertaining, but their benefits go beyond simple recreation. In fact, playing and solving puzzles on a regular basis can benefit adults and children in various ways. Puzzles often stimulate problem-solving centers in the brain and can improve brain health. Researchers have...
There are so many benefits of engaging in a fitness program: injury prevention, rehabilitate injuries, improve fitness, promote recovery, enhance motivation, rejuvenate the mind and body, enjoyment of competing, & relieving stress. Too many people get stuck on a single technique, school of...
Winnebago County Public Health provides a wide range of services for all ages, whether you are young or old.   Healthy Family Winnebago County is a free program we offer to expectant mothers and families with children birth to the age of five. Weekly home visits by family support workers offer...
How does laser therapy work? Laser therapy is the use of laser energy to create therapeutic effects. Research has shown that these effects include improved healing time, pain reducation, increased circulation and decreased swelling. When laser light is absorbed by living tissue, it triggers...

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