Winnebago Cooperative Tele-com Association (WCTA) disbursed more than 8,000 dividend checks totaling just over $500,000, Wednesday, June 14.
The Graphic is pleased to announce the summer addition of LMHS grad, Carter Rogness to out staff. Rogness will help cover sports, county fairs and a variety of other beat while working in the office.
A new business will soon be gracing downtown Lake Mills, thanks in part to action taken by the Lake Mills City Council, during their June meeting, which took place Monday evening.
The above picture shows the scene encounted by Lake Mills Volunteer Firefighters, when they rolled up to a barn fire at the Homer Peterson residence, north of Scarville last week.
The above picture shows the scene encounted by Lake Mills Volunteer Firefighters, when they rolled up to a barn fire at the Homer Peterson residence, north of Scarville last week.
The National Weather Service and Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management have designated June 19-23, 2017 as Iowa Lightning Awareness Week.

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Winnebago Cooperative Tele-com Association (WCTA) disbursed more than 8,000 dividend checks totaling just over $500,000, Wednesday, June 14. The checks represent payment of 6.03 percent of deferred dividends for members who had service with WCTA for the years 1997-2000. “WCTA members can be proud...
The Graphic is pleased to announce the summer addition of LMHS grad, Carter Rogness to out staff. Rogness will help cover sports, county fairs and a variety of other beat while working in the office. What follows is an introduction (or reintroduction) to Rogness in his own words. I haven’t always...
A new business will soon be gracing downtown Lake Mills, thanks in part to action taken by the Lake Mills City Council, during their June meeting, which took place Monday evening. Sprecher Mill House, which will be doing business at 203 W. Main Street, applied for, and was granted, a Class B...
The above picture shows the scene encounted by Lake Mills Volunteer Firefighters, when they rolled up to a barn fire at the Homer Peterson residence, north of Scarville last week. Following investigation by the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department, it was determined that the fire was the result...
The National Weather Service and Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management have designated June 19-23, 2017 as Iowa Lightning Awareness Week. Lightning is one of the top three storm-related killers in the United States with an average of 47 deaths per year over the last 30 years. In 2016,...
Since the first Iowa detection in 2010, emerald ash borer (EAB) continues to expand its range across the Iowa landscape. With confirmed detections now in 50 counties, EAB has now reached more than half of Iowa counties. EAB is an exotic pest that attacks and kills ash trees. The recent finds...
Health care organizations across the country are facing staffing shortages, rising costs and declining reimbursements for their services. Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea and Austin, a single practice with two campuses located about 25 miles apart, is no exception. “We must make changes to...
With temperatures expected to rise above 90 degrees for an extended period beginning last weekend, the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reminds Iowans to keep health in mind during the hot weather. “People suffer heat-related illness when the body’s temperature control system is overloaded...
John McMahon of Newton loves to fish and does so year-round. He’s on a boat or a bank in the summer and on a frozen lake in the winter. He is a good swimmer. He almost drowned. McMahon wants adults to know that even the most experienced outdoors enthusiast can never forget to make water safety...
Early June is the second busiest month in Iowa behind the November rut for deer-vehicle collisions, as does are moving to more secluded areas prior to giving birth. “The same cautions for drivers that apply during the November rut apply today – drive defensively and slow down. Watch for does going...

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204 N. Mill Street
Lake Mills, IA 50450

Office Number: (641) 592-4222
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