Pictured above (L-R): Jill Halvorson, Mavis Halvorson and Rachel Bowman with the Heritage Farm certificate received for owning a family-owned farm for over 150  years.
You may have noticed that many animals seem to be moving around more this time of year. Well, it’s not your imagination. Animals such as squirrels, raccoons, opossums, and skunks are busy right now preparing for the approaching winter weather.
Ghouls’ Day Out in Lake Mills, will take place this Saturday, Oct. 17. Shop spooky good sales and enjoy a day out with your best ghoulfriends.
Diane Walderon, Lake Mills, joined the LMCS custodial staff this past August.
As with every other part of life this year the pandemic has messed with, farming is no exception. The Graphic reached out to one local farmer, to get his view on how COVID-19 affected his farming operation, these past seven months.
As with every other part of life this year the pandemic has messed with, farming is no exception. The Graphic reached out to one local farmer, to get his view on how COVID-19 affected his farming operation, these past seven months.

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Pictured above (L-R): Jill Halvorson, Mavis Halvorson and Rachel Bowman with the Heritage Farm certificate received for owning a family-owned farm for over 150  years. Lars Loberg immigrated from Norway and homesteaded more than 300 acres on Silver Lake in Worth County in 1858. One hundred and ten...
You may have noticed that many animals seem to be moving around more this time of year. Well, it’s not your imagination. Animals such as squirrels, raccoons, opossums, and skunks are busy right now preparing for the approaching winter weather. They’re eating more so they can fatten up, storing away...
We can’t stop time. But with the right type and amount of physical activity, we can help stave off many age-related health problems and live life to its fullest. Regular physical activity can benefit your physical, mental, and social health, and prevent or improve many chronic conditions, such as...
The Forest City Police Department will host a Halloween drive-thru meal, Saturday, Oct. 31, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the police department located at 525 N. 4th St. A free sack lunch with a hot dog, chips and cookie will be distributed. Vehicles will enter at the east entrance of the back parking...
Ghouls’ Day Out in Lake Mills, will take place this Saturday, Oct. 17. Shop spooky good sales and enjoy a day out with your best ghoulfriends. Shoppers can pick up their stamp card at the Lake Mills Chamber office between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., and then visit the business locations on the card to...
Diane Walderon, Lake Mills, joined the LMCS custodial staff this past August. Walderon previously worked at Winnebago Industries, until her job was eliminated in April of 2020. She took a few months off in order to relax and complete a few projects, and begin others. “In my down time, which I...
As with every other part of life this year the pandemic has messed with, farming is no exception. The Graphic reached out to one local farmer, to get his view on how COVID-19 affected his farming operation, these past seven months. This farmer is Tyler Smith, 2006 graduate of LMHS, whose farm is...
“The media reflect what society wants to think of itself.”–Lewis H. Latham This year will be my last Press Booth Mason City Annual Battle and Encampment Civil War re-enactment. Change has happened. It is time to do things a little different. It is like a movie maker’s farewell. The cameras and...
As of 7:45 a.m., Tuesday morning, Oct. 13, Iowa has tested 867,124 individuals. Of those tested, 765,003 tested negative and 100,507 tested positive. There have been 78,020 individuals who have recovered and 1,481 deaths have been recorded in the state. Numbers by surrounding counties: Winnebago–...
Halloween may look different this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Allison Rice, RN/Clinical Manager for Winnebago County Public Health, offered these comments, “Because kids trick or treat outside, many parents may be more inclined to let their children go door-to-door. But, given the nature...

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