Daniel and Shandra Sarasio Meyer met during a theatre production at Augustana College in Sioux Falls.
Emily Rice, Lake Mills, earned the Clifford A. Rae Academic Achievement Award from Buena Vista University. The award was given to nine Buena Vista University business students and nine science students for the 2022 academic year.
Josie Helgeson and Lucas Humphrey were crowned Homecoming queen and king during half-time of Friday’s night football game.
Last Tuesday afternoon, Larson Manufacturing employees were called to a meeting and were told the plant would close in November.
“When you first start out as a young attorney, you do a little of everything, and then over time, I stopped doing criminal work and domestic relations, so over the last 20 years, I’ve been doing mostly taxation, estate planning, probate, business
The Lowell and Evelyn Heimdal family was recognized as a Century Farm at the Iowa State Fair, Thursday, Aug. 18. The farm is located in Worth County, Fertile Township, 7-1/2 miles southeast of Lake Mills.

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The 29th Mason City Annual Civil War Battle and Encampment 2022—Regional Event This axis of change, just as the dawn was breaking, in the dark of the morning, I was loading my car enjoying the camping-like aspect of going to a Civil War re-enactment. I imagined a Confederate soldier leaving a log...
Last week, in recognition of National Assisted Living week, Forest Plaza Assisted Living, Forest City, welcomed a tenant favorite singing performance by “The Nords” (pictured above). Other activities were planned around the theme “Joyful Moments.” Forest Plaza Assisted Living is locally owned and...
The 1972 LMHS football team is celebrating the 50th anniversary of their undefeated season. Members of the team will get together prior to this week’s homecoming game at the home of Ree Pederson-Moore, 1007 S. Lincoln, and are encouraged to bring their letter jackets. A tribute to the team will be...
Homecoming is being celebrated at LMCS this week. King and queen candidates are pictured above, front row (L-R): Natalie Brandenburg, Finley Rogstad, Emily Thoma and Josie Helgeson. Back row: Denton Kingland, Brady Hanson, Lucas Humphrey, and Geraldo Vasquez Perez. A Hometown Heroes Breakfast will...
Fr. Ben Valentine, native of Cedar Rapids, began his ministry with the Archangels Catholic Cluster, July 12. The cluster consists of six parishes: St. Patrick, Britt; St. Patrick, Buffalo Center; St. Wenceslaus, Duncan; St. James, Forest City; St. Boniface, Garner; and St. Patrick’s, Lake Mills. “...
The Lake Mills Area Historical Society is thriving once again, due to an influx of new members following the article published in the Lake Mills Graphic this past spring. At that time, the society was a smaller group, with only a few active gardeners, so that portions of the flowerbeds had to be...
Harvest seasons vary depending on the crop that was planted, but late summer and fall are busy times of year for farmers. And since the pandemic began, farmers have been working overtime to ensure that their goods make it to market on time. The agricultural sector is affected by a number of...
Climate change poses an array of challenges. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration notes that the impacts of climate change on various sectors of society are interrelated, a connection that mirrors the ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The human health crisis that arose during...
Tractor accidents, grain entrapment and injuries from ornery livestock are just some of the dangers agricultural workers face every day. In fact, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health says agriculture is one of the most hazardous industries in the United States. In 2016, the...
Agricultural work is hard, and data shows it is the most dangerous sector to work in. In fact, according to statistics from The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) every day approximately 100 farmworkers suffer a lost time injury. Going beyond obvious hazards, such as...

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