As winter approaches, we will begin to see more birds showing up at our backyard bird feeders or in our bare trees; and some of those birds will be woodpeckers.
The Lake Mills Fire Department celebrated Fire Prevention Week with an open house last Wednesday, Oct. 10, at the fire hall. Sparky greeted children, Joe Jamtgaard dished out popcorn, and Ethan Schutter filled the goodie bags.
The Lake Mills Fire Department celebrated Fire Prevention Week with an open house last Wednesday, Oct. 10, at the fire hall. Sparky greeted children, Joe Jamtgaard dished out popcorn, and Ethan Schutter filled the goodie bags.
The Lake Mills Fire Department celebrated Fire Prevention Week with an open house last Wednesday, Oct. 10, at the fire hall. Sparky greeted children, Joe Jamtgaard dished out popcorn, and Ethan Schutter filled the goodie bags.
The Lake Mills Fire Department celebrated Fire Prevention Week with an open house last Wednesday, Oct. 10, at the fire hall. Sparky greeted children, Joe Jamtgaard dished out popcorn, and Ethan Schutter filled the goodie bags.
The Lake Mills Fire Department celebrated Fire Prevention Week with an open house last Wednesday, Oct. 10, at the fire hall. Sparky greeted children, Joe Jamtgaard dished out popcorn, and Ethan Schutter filled the goodie bags.

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BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC Brenda Rambo, resident of Mills Harbour Assisted Living, has always enjoyed working on a good jigsaw puzzle. But it wasn’t until a couple years ago, that her hobby would become even more interesting. Rambo moved from Texas to Lake Mills in 1993. Later,...
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC Fifteen years ago, seven ELCA Lutheran congregations came together to form something new—something called a geographical parish. Each congregation continued to maintain their own church, but joined to share ministry, staff and costs. In March 2003 under...
by Conrad Bascom Lake Mills Graphic Over the past few weeks, Forest City has gradually regained its characteristic color, as Waldorf University’s student body returned to campus from summer break in staggered increments. Student athletes were the first to touch down in Forest City, as various...
The remnant oak savanna at Gabrielson Wildlife Area is home to towering centuries old bur and red oak trees where visitors can spend a day going from massive tree to massive tree. Mixed in the savanna are hidden wetlands that support rare plants like fen twayblades and fen thistles. The 800-acre...
Bethany Lutheran Church, Thompson, will be hosting the Benson Family Singers during worship Sunday, Sept. 2, at 9:30 a.m. The Benson Family Singers are a family music group from Faribault, Minn. Peter and Rachelle, along with their four sons, David, Aaron, Luke, and Paul, have a unique ministry...
Teal season Iowa’s first duck hunting season begins Sept. 1 with the 16-day teal-only season. These fast flying early migrators use the first cool spell in late August as a sign to start heading south. “Teal have a well-earned reputation as an easy to decoy species popular with young and novice...
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC Rolling on through Lake Mills last Wednesday, was the American Legion Legacy Ride—a group of several hundred motorcyclists riding for a cause. The American Legacy Ride, revved  up in Hutchinson, Kansas, traveling over 1,100 miles in five states—Kansas,...
Farmers Trust and Savings Bank held their annual customer appreciation supper last Wednesday evening, Aug. 22, in the LMCS foyer. The Lake Mills staff served pork patties on a bun, baked beans, chips, a cookie, and ice cream floats.
 Mercy Family Clinic in Forest City will be ready to re-open its clinic Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018. The clinic closed June 25 due to water damage in several patient care and supply areas.  Repairs have been made to flooring and walls, making it safe for patients. “We know this has been an...
The Lake Mills Fire Department is showing its support for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) as its members kick off the annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign to help kids and adults with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related muscle-debilitating diseases live longer and grow stronger....

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