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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Trevis and Kris Erickson saw an business opportunity emerge 150 feet from the front of their new home. The couple had moved to a place on a busy blacktop about halfway between Rice Lake and Silver Lake where they watched a steady stream of boats go back and forth between the lakes. Fishing had...
The veteran for the month of September is Greg Scherb, rural Scarville. Greg served our country from 1972-1976 in the Navy. He took his basic training in San Diego, Calif. After completing his schooling there, Greg went on to Holy Loch, Scotland, and was on the USS Canopus as a Sub Tender. Greg...
LMCS celebrated Homecoming last week. The Bulldogs brought home a victory Friday night against the North Union Warriors. Emma Martinson and Mason Fritz were crowned Homecoming queen and king. The weather was steamy for the afternoon pep rally and parade. Everyone showed their school spirit,...
by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic On the Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health website, it states that “In 2010, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the ag industry ranked third in the rate of recordable injuries . . .” Farming is a dangerous occcupation. Brian Blodgett,...
People who live in cities, exurbs or suburbs may not come across farms very frequently. But millions of people, including children, still live on farms. In fact, in 2009 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention noted that more than one million children under the age of 20 lived, worked or had...
The family automobile is not the only piece of equipment that requires routine upkeep to ensure it is operating properly. Life on a farm can come to a screeching halt if farm equipment is not properly maintained. Farmers invest hundreds of thousands of dollars on agricultural equipment, such as...
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, agriculture is among the most hazardous industries. Fatal and nonfatal injuries pose a significant threat to farmers, including the many young people who work on farms. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, in an...
Winnebago Industries, Inc., recently announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Newmar Corporation, a leading manufacturer of Class A and Super C motorized recreation vehicles (RVs) for total consideration valued at approximately $344 million, based on the closing price of...
LMCS is celebrating Homecoming this week, Sept. 16-20. The pep rally will begin at 2:15 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, in the high school gymnasium, with the parade to follow at approximately 2:45 p.m. The community is encouraged to attend both Homecoming events. Homecoming royalty candidates are pictured...
by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic Recently, Carol Peterson, Garner, was inducted into the 4-H Hall of Fame at the 2019 Iowa State Fair. She was one of 133 4-H volunteers representing 96 counties that were inducted, Aug. 18. Peterson was born in Correctionville, but has lived in Garner...

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