Bethany Lutheran Church, Thompson, recognized their seniors and enjoyed the Seeds of Faith presenting a message about Noah and God’s promise, Sunday, May 13.
Top photo—Silver Lake Lutheran Church held confirmation Sunday, May 6. Pictured (L-R): Pastor Bill Peters, Carsen Knutson and Pastor Randy Baldwin.
Top photo—Silver Lake Lutheran Church held confirmation Sunday, May 6. Pictured (L-R): Pastor Bill Peters, Carsen Knutson and Pastor Randy Baldwin.
Lake Mills city and rural letter carriers, along with the help of Boy Scout Troop 44, collected over 1,600 pounds of food on “National Stamp Out Hunger,” Saturday, May 12, due to the generous support of area postal customers.
LMHS seniors graduating with high honors are pictured above, top photo, front row (L-R): Megan Swope, Faith Christenson, Kristine Kingland and Dana Baumann.
LMHS seniors graduating with high honors are pictured above, top photo, front row (L-R): Megan Swope, Faith Christenson, Kristine Kingland and Dana Baumann.

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The Worth County Statue project was a brainstorm and dream of the Worth County Beautification Committee and started about four years ago. The idea was one of the committee’s efforts on increasing tourism in Worth County. The committee’s goal was to erect a statue in every town with a duplicate...
A large crowd was on hand last Thursday evening for the meeting to hear reports on Winnebago Cooperative Telecom Association operations. “I was extremely impressed by the crowd turnout this evening. It’s always great to get a chance to visit with our cooperative members.” stated General Manager...
“I think that is all anybody is talking about,” replied Thad Evans, when asked about the wet conditions that have recently plagued North Iowa. Evans, who farms the family farm south of Joice, and may other farmers have been chomping at the bit to hit the fields and cap off what had been a pretty...
Justin Byars powerwashes one of the tennis courts in Oakwood Park, as the city prepares to put down a new surface on the courts yet this fall. In addition to the new surface, the court will be repainted and will include painting lines for Pickleball in addition to tennis, so they may be utilized...
The trail project, being done in conjunction with the North 3rd Street and South Winnebago Street project took a big step forward, as a grant was received from the Hanson Foundation to bring the total raised thus far just over $100,000. Approximately $165,000 is needed to complete the project,...
City Clerk Sheryl Bell warned council members that Lake Mills is in danger of losing its transit service, do to a lack of drivers to operate the service. There are currently two drivers, but one is due to retire in December. Bell said that the service, which operates Monday through Friday, within...
Despite a number of unknowns, the Lake Mills City Council on Monday approved the drafting of a memorandum of understanding between the City and All-States Ag Parts (ASAP), that hints at the potential of city incentives, once all unknowns are answered. Chief among the unknowns is when ASAP will...
On Page 3 of this week's issue, the headline reads that the WCTA annual meeting will take place on Wednesday, September 22. It should read , Thursday, September 22.
Motorcycle riders from across North Iowa and Southern Minnesota took a reflective ride on Sunday, September 11, remembering the events of 9/11. Here, the group, along with locals, honored the flag before the brief ceremony held in Arlington Park.
Larson Contracting will soon break ground at the Lake Mills Community School for a project that will add three small classroom areas to the northeast side of the building. The space will also include an ADA restroom, a quiet room and a storage/therapy area. The classroom area will be constructed so...

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