Evan Fritz of TSB Bank, Forest City, has been named to the Iowa Bankers Association’s Marketing Committee.
Chad Lybarger, White Bear Lake, Minn., is pictured with the 12-point buck he shot last week in the woods on his grandmother’s place, east of Emmons, Minn. Lybarger is a graduate of LMCS and is in the Air Force National Guard.
by Lisa Ralls Winnebago County Naturalist
Angie Boehmer, Lake Mills Middle School volleyball coach, has been selected as the Iowa assistant/middle school volleyball Coach of the Year by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association.
The Lake Mills boys’ basketball program held its 20th annual youth free throw contest Saturday, Nov. 9. Third and fourth graders shot from 12 feet, while fifth and sixth graders shot from the standard distance of 15 feet.
The Lake Mills boys’ basketball program held its 20th annual youth free throw contest Saturday, Nov. 9. Third and fourth graders shot from 12 feet, while fifth and sixth graders shot from the standard distance of 15 feet.

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by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic The Lake Mills Care Center celebrated 31 years with Nancy VanderPlas at a retirement party in her honor last Friday, Nov. 8. While a celebration, it was also sad, as staff and residents said goodbye to one of their most valuable employees. Originally from...
“I feel blessed to be able to offer a service to my community,” said Lisa Myran, new owner of Albert Lea’s New To You Consignment store, located 123 N. Broadway. “We not only have a place for people to sell their items, but we also have a place for our consumers to find things they need and enjoy....
The Lake Mills Vocal Music Department will present their annual Fall Concert this Thursday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in the LMCS high school gymnasium. The concert’s theme is, “Hopes & Dreams.” Highly acclaimed composers Jim Papoulis, Greg Gilpin, Randall Stroope, Craig Hella Johnson, and others will...
Two middle school students from LMCS were selected from among 2600 auditions for the 2019 All-Iowa Opus Choirs. Students in grades five through nine audition from across the state each year for limited spots in the state’s top vocal ensembles for this age category. Aiden Benny, son of James Benny,...
Emma Martinson, a senior at Lake Mills High School, has attained the highest individual honor available to Iowa high school vocalists by being selected as a member of the 2019 Iowa All-State Chorus. Students selected for membership in this prestigious ensemble represent the top one percent of Iowa...
by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic Pam Moe, native of Lake Mills, spent years teaching and living in Alaska. This final part in the series will describe her most memorable experiences and why she retired and moved back to West Virginia. Moe’s second teaching job (2003-2004) was in Naknek—a...
Gary Fjelstad is the veteran we would like to honor for his service to our country. In October 1965, Gary received his draft paper and was on to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. for basic training. He left there for Fort Belvoir Military Base, Fairfax County, Va. Gary took Advanced Individual Training at...
Wallace B. Winden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Winden, Joice, and 1935 graduate of Joice High School, was drafted and served in the Army during the Korean War, from December 1950 to December 1952. He had an older brother, Marvin, who served in the Navy. Winden was sent to Fort Hood, Killeen, Texas...
Salem Lutheran Church held their Fall Family Festival this past Sunday. The Trunk or Treat event featured several creatively decorated vehicles (Nemo, bubble gum machine, walk-the-plank pirate ship, spiders, wicked witch). Children came in costume (and warm coats) to collect candy and enjoy the...
Saturday, Oct. 19, the Lake Mills FFA students, along with Braydon Lindeman, took the time to create a haunted house at the Winnebago County Fairgrounds. During the Family Fall Festival on Sunday, Oct. 20, the students were part of the haunted house and gave the community a fright.

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