We now know who will be competing to represent voters of Winnebago and Worth counties this fall, as a result of the June primaries held last Tuesday.
Winnebago Lutheran Church held confirmation services Sunday, June 3. Pictured above (L-R): Pastor Bill Peters, Truman Knudtson, Kate Edgerton, Leah Moen, Erica Jordon, and Pastor Randy Baldwin.
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig announced that Dr. Justin Glisan has been hired as the new State Climatologist within the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship. He started on May 29, 2018.
Three members of the Otto Chose Post 235 of the American Legion were honored during the recent Memorial Day program for their membership longevity in the organization.
Three members of the Otto Chose Post 235 of the American Legion were honored during the recent Memorial Day program for their membership longevity in the organization.
In the works for a number of years, the Top of Iowa Welcome Center Patriotic Rock is ready to be officially dedicated at a ceremony Saturday, June 30, at the Top of Iowa Welcome Center.

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The 2018 session of the 87th General Assembly adjourned for the year this afternoon after completing the people’s business.  Rep. Tedd Gassman (R-Scarville) says that the historic 2018 session was successful in addressing the needs of Iowans. “This session will be remembered for its pragmatic,...
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Winn-Worth Betco (Winnebago-Worth Counties Betterment Council) is announcing the organization’s executive director, Teresa Nicholson, has accepted the position of Vice-President/ with Good Steward Consulting of Albert Lea, MN. Good Steward Consulting provides public relations and business...
Brian and Jill Budach, and daughters Makenzie, 9, and Kalli, 4, spend some time in Taryn's Garden. The garden was created in memory of the daughter who was born prematurely, approximately six and one-half years ago. She lived only a little over a month.
What comes to your mind as Mother’s Day approaches each year? Perhaps you think of a dinner at a restaurant, a picnic in the park, receiving phone calls, flowers, cards and gifts from your kids, or just time spent together with your family in the sunshine or playing games. But as the majority of...
Karla Weiss, Commissioner of Elections announces that the first day to vote an absentee ballot for the June 5, 2018 Primary Election is May 7, 2018 in the Auditor’s Office. Voters may register and vote in the Auditor’s office during regular office hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., and...
Lake Mills Letter Carrier, Janice Johnson, (pictured) holds a donation bag of food items, reminding city and rural postal patrons of the annual “National Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive,” Saturday, May 12. Postal customers served by the Lake Mills U.S. Postal Service will be given the opportunity to...
​It seems like spring might finally be here, and the Winnebago County Conservation Board wants to help you enjoy it. They will be sponsoring a Spring Wildflower Walk at Pilot Knob State Park, Saturday, May 12, beginning at 10 a.m. The leisurely walk will start at the main shelterhouse and will last...
Andy Johnson, of AAA, presented a $500 grant to the Winnebago County Task Force, April 19. The grant will be used to address distracted/dangerous driving among teens. The Task Force plans to offer educational materials and experiences to better educate teens on how texting and using substances can...
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC With technology and the pace of life increasing (especially from the early 70s until now), there have been many changes both in the way we prepare meals and what tools with which we use to prepare them. From the introduction of the microwave in the 70s (...
May is School Board Recognition Month and an opportunity for local schools and communities to honor more than 2,000 locally elected school board members for their dedication to children and schools. “Providing our community’s children with a sound education is the most important investment we can...
While the pool is not yet open, the city is accepting registrations for passes and lessons, starting May 4 and 5 at the pool for the upcoming season.
“We are going full bore, and just trying to survive right now,” said Park and Recreation Director Lori Eekhoff of preparations for the summer activities lined up for all ages in the community. 2018 will feature several new events and features, as well as some more established activities. First up...

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