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 Beth Van Roekel, 1997 graduate of LMHS, and 1999 graduate of Waldorf College, was inducted into the Waldorf Athletic Hall of Fame, last Friday, Oct. 18. The banquet was held at the Boman Fine Arts Center, where Van Roekel was presented with a plaque in...
by Lisa Ralls WCCB Naturalist During the spring and fall months, we see many changes take place as nature transitions from winter to summer and back to winter again. Birds migrate, flowers bloom, leaves change color. But, there are also many changes that take place that we never see, such as...
Asbury United Methodist Church has been undergoing a facelift in the past few weeks. New siding and entrance doors, plus copper shingles on the steeple, have been installed by Mannes Construction, Lake Mills, and Young Construction, Mason City. This project was made possible by a gift of $40,000,...
 Across Iowa, families are waking up to a nip in the air and snow in the forecast. Fall is officially here and cooler temperatures are upon us. As we pull jackets from the closet and visit the coffee shop for a favorite seasonal caffeinated beverage, it is also time to think about how to get your...
At the final steak night of the season last Tuesday, the Izaak Walton League presented donations to the Rice Lake Trap Team and the After School Archery Program. Both organizations received $1,000 each. Pictured above (L-R): Nick Honsey (Rice Lake Trap Team), Casey Connor (Izaak Walton League) and...
Part one in a four part Series by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic Pam Moe, bicenntenial graduate of LMHS, presently lives in West Virgina, but spent years teaching in Alaska. Not just anyone gets an opportunity to move that far away from where they grew up, but it also takes a special...
by Katie Wubben, Owner Marketplace On Mill Street Over time, changes are inevitable, whether they are welcomed or not. Businesses come and go; families grow and people pass on. Sometimes changes can be hard to accept, while others bring excitement. Running a business has forced me to make many...
Sunday, Sept. 29, Asbury United Methodist Church Sunday School and adult volunteers helped pack over 200 school kits—exceeding the goal of 150. The kits will be sent to Midwest Mission. Midwest Mission collects, makes, assembles, and restores supplies for humanitarian and disaster relief. The work...
The Logan Loganeers 4-H club recently picked up trash and sticks at Dahle Park, then roasted marshmallows and hotdogs. The club is beginning their year and welcoming any interested families to join them in November. Pictured, front row (L-R): Lane Rygh, Jesse Rygh (future 4-Her), Kenlie Greenfield...
Oktoberfest was held at 5 Alarm Brewing, Saturday, Oct. 5. Many attendees entered the stein hosting and hammerschlagen contests. Winning times for the stein hosting contest were 2:14 (women’s division) and 3:47 (men’s division). Sausage kabobs, sauerkraut and German potato salad were served, and 5...

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