Iowa Senator Dennis Guth (center), R-Klemme, was sworn in Monday, Jan. 11, to start his third term in the Iowa Senate, representing Senate District 4. “I am grateful to be sworn in to the Iowa Senate for a third term,” said Senator Guth.
Board member, Ben Matson, visited the Lake Mills Public library last week to drop off Winnebago Farm Bureau’s yearly book donation. Library director Jaqueline Olson accepted the book for the library.
Lake Mills Care Center, owned and operated by ABCM Corporation, received the COVID-19 vaccine last Monday, Jan. 11, administered by CVS Pharmacy.
Starting a business in the middle of a global pandemic is not for the faint of heart. Tony and Kelly Gau built a popular social desination for all ages. Prior to 2020, most people had to leave town to enjoy a specialty cup of coffee.
Starting a business in the middle of a global pandemic is not for the faint of heart. Tony and Kelly Gau built a popular social desination for all ages. Prior to 2020, most people had to leave town to enjoy a specialty cup of coffee.
Starting a business in the middle of a global pandemic is not for the faint of heart. Tony and Kelly Gau built a popular social desination for all ages. Prior to 2020, most people had to leave town to enjoy a specialty cup of coffee.

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With the school year not starting for another week, the Lake Mills School Board took time out on Monday night at their monthly meeting to examine potential risks the school may face in the next 12 months. The exercise was facilitated by Andy Buffington, Emergency Management Coordinator for...
LMCS fourth grader lands lead part in ACT production “Well, every year at our school there’s a musical they do in fourth grade and I had a fun time doing that,” said Claire Levine. “Then my mother saw that there was going to be Mary Poppins in Albert Lea (for ACT; Albert Lea Community Theater), so...
Mayo Clinic Health System announced they recently added an in-depth section to its public website at albertleaaustinfacts.mayoclinic.org to the most up-to-date information, along with answers to frequently asked questions and misunderstandings about the changes to its services in Albert Lea and...
Similar to ‘First Aid’ and CPR, ‘Adult Mental Health First Aid’ teaches individuals how to help those experiencing mental health challenges or crises WHO: ANYONE WHO WANTS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH AND HOW TO HELP OFFER MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID – ALL ARE WELCOME REGISTRATION IS LIMITED -...
 With a group of “intelligent, creative, diverse and hard working individuals” planning the event, the committee is looking forward to Borderfest 2017 being bigger and better than ever. The event kicks off Friday, Aug. 11, with a street dance featuring  the Johnny Holm Band. Saturday marks the...
The Lake Mills Fire Department was called Thursday to a two-car, head-on accident just south of Emmons, Minn., and used the extrication training to remove driver, Matthew Bjorkland from his vehicle. Bjorkland suffered multiple internal injuries, along with a broken left femur and broken left arm....
A K-9 demonstration, a vehicle extrication demonstration, and other learning opportunities, along with ice cream and other activites highlighted National Night Out last week in Lake Mills.
Save our Hospital Group plans rally Thursday in front of  Rochester hospital After plans were leaked to the public by the Minnesota Nurses Association, indicating that Mayo Clinic had plans to alter the services offered at the Albert Lea Campus, Mayo issued a statement of their own, confirming the...
Lake Mills Firemen and Ambulance personnel teamed up to demonstrate a vehicle extrication during National Night Out.
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC Loren Stene, St. Ansgar, formerly of Emmons, Minn., is working up a storm. Much of his time and attention the past few months, has been focussed on his favorite hobby—Intarsia. The definition of intarsia, is a “mosaic of wood fitted and glued into a...

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