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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The Worth Soil and Water Conservation District and the Conservation Districts of Iowa (CDI) and its Auxiliary are again sponsoring their annual scholarship competition.  All high school seniors residing in Worth County are eligible.  The scholarship will be used for their first year of education on...
Farmers Trust and Savings Bank held their annual coloring contest last month for the LMCS second grade students. Every participant received a gold dollar coin. The winners each received $10.
The Logan Loganeers 4-H Club helped fill holiday boxes at the local Food Bank, Monday, Dec. 21. Other club members had helped out at the Christmas drive-thru light display, collecting donations for the food bank (the club divided and conquered).
Last Tuesday, Dec. 29, Kris Oswald, deputy auditor, issued the Oath of Office to Susan Smith, supervisor, Steve Hepperly, sheriff, and Karla Weiss, auditor, during the weekly supervisor’s meeting.
As of 8:15 a.m., Tuesday morning, Jan. 5, Iowa has tested 3,140,701 individuals. Of those tested, 2,819,584 tested negative and 309,634 tested positive. There have been 247,721 individuals who have recovered and 3,992 deaths have been recorded in the state. Numbers by surrounding counties:...
Grayson was the top boy’s name—and top name chosen overall—by parents who delivered at Mayo Clinic Health System in Austin in 2020. Grayson edged out Axel and Mateo as the top boy’s names. Liam was the overall top name chosen for boys in 2019. Everly was once again the top girl’s name. Everly was...
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is offering two free virtual ice fishing courses to individuals who have little to no ice fishing experience or would like to further improve their current skills. “If you haven’t ice fished at all or are looking to sharpen your skills, then these are...
Procrastination is not typically considered a good thing. But as the world spent much of 2020 confronting the COVID-19 pandemic, putting certain things on hold became part of the new normal. In an effort to reduce infection rates, public health officials with the Centers for Disease Control and...
Much of the globe was introduced to an assortment of new terms throughout 2020. Phrases like “social distancing” or “flatten the curve” were commonly used, but these were all preceded by the utterance of the word “pandemic.” What is a pandemic? The World Health Organization defines a pandemic as...
Mr. and Mrs. Claus visited LMCC last week. They handed out goodie bags made by the Lake Mills Community Preschool and Daycare children, along with Christmas cards and handmade ornaments by volunteers from surrounding communities. Christmas video messages from all the families of the LMCC and Mills...

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