Farmers Trust and Savings Bank in Buffalo Center is pleased to announce the addition of four new employees.
For the seventh consecutive year, Graphic staff has returned from the annual Iowa Newspaper Association (INA) Convention in Des Moines with awards for their work throughout the year.
For the seventh consecutive year, Graphic staff has returned from the annual Iowa Newspaper Association (INA) Convention in Des Moines with awards for their work throughout the year.
Waldorf University will be hosting a Stop Hunger Food Packing Event, Wednesday, FEb. 28, from 2-6 p.m. in the Atrium on campus.
William Ley Foundation, in conjunction with Farmers Trust and Savings Bank, presented funds to local groups, totalling $5,000.
The Lake Mills High School Speech Club competed very successfully at Decorah High School, Saturday, Feb. 3, in the State Large Group Speech Competition.

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Trees were uprooted, fences demolished, homes struck, when a strong storm hit the southern half of Lake Mills about 2 a.m. Thursday morning. Power was interupted briefly, and no injuries were reported. See more photos in our photo gallery and check back for updates, as the day progresses.
Thanks to a recent exemption, cars are not the only vehicles that can drive across the North Mill St and Highway 69 railroad tracks without stopping.
“I’ll bet it has been 15 years, since there has been a train on those tracks,” said Lake Mills Community School Transportation Director, Brad Eveneson, referring to the two crossings near the elevator in Lake Mills on North Mill Street and Highway 69. Evenson noted that the Union Pacific Railroad,...
He did not really dream of being nominated for a Grammy award growing up in Lake Mills, but he did know that he wished to pursue a career in music at an early age, and gave much of the credit to the community in which he was raised, for everything he has been able to achieve thus far in his young...
The North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center (JPEC) held its annual Youth Entrepreneurial Academy (YEA) on June 20-24. This free academy is offered to all high school students interested in entrepreneurship. Participants receive a $500 NIACC scholarship...
Rep. Tedd Gassman (R-Scarville) released information on a few notable bills that were passed during the 2016 legislative session which go into effect on July 1, 2016.   “I believe this past session we were able to pass laws that protect Iowans and give them the opportunity to make family life...
Paul Abele, rural Lake Mills, was handed a picture last winter of an old country school that was built on his property many years ago. Paul showed the picture of the Kittleson school to his dad, Steve, and they were so intrigued by the photo and the information on it, that they began searching...
In what was to be a night of decision for the Lake Mills City Council regarding the E. 3rd Ave. and S. Winnebago St. projects, another detour was instead taken. Due to a remonstrance being filed by impacted property owners aligned against the project—primarily due to cost, it will take a unanimous...
With Iowans expected to be spending extra time outdoors over the long Independence Day weekend, the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) is reminding Iowans to take insect repellant along with them to their picnics, concerts, celebrations and fireworks displays to protect against mosquito bites...
Summertime is here—time for children to go outside and play! Whether being active inside on rainy days or outside on sunny days, children need 60 minutes or more of moderate physical activity each day. Families that are active together improve their physical as well as their emotional health. Most...
“Statewide, it looks like we are going to have some of the best weather we’ve seen in years for this mid-summer holiday,” says Todd Coffelt, DNR State Parks Bureau chief. “It’ll be perfect for just about any outdoor activity and a chance to make plenty of memories with family and friends.”...

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