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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Winnebago County Community Foundation celebrates national effort to highlight local impact of philanthropy During the week of Nov. 12-18, the Winnebago County Community Foundation will join more than 780 community foundations across America celebrating Community Foundation Week. For more than 25...
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC Ruth Merchant, RN, BSN, Forest City, took over the Winnebago County Public Health Administrator position June 20, 2016, left vacant by retiring administrator, Jayne Shaffer, RNC. Merchant grew up in Britt. Her  parents were farmers and they remained on...
BY TERRY GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC A group of students from Gary Irons’ seventh grade Project Citizen class, presented a problem they identified, to the  Lake Mills Board of Education on Monday night during their regular meeting: a lack of signage identifying the Lake Mills Middle School....
For the second consecutive year, the Lake Mills Chamnber Development Corporation (LMCDC) is teaming up with local merchants to sponsor a themed Christmas lighting contest. “In our first year, we were happy with the results, and think that this year with a year under our belt, and people being more...
It takes a community to raise a child, and LMCS instructors Tiffany Kesler and Megan Steele are looking to both the LMCS community and greater Lake Mills Community to help them with their new endeavor, Everyday Learning Class, or ELC. ELC is new to LMCS this year, and currently helps four high...
Having been in town since 1983, Gene Nerby has now opened his third downtown buisness and looks to be here to stay for a while longer, with the recent purchase of Mill Street Liquor, formerly Kari Out Wine and Spirits. “Three years ago (when he only owned Gene’s Place) I planned on retiring, but I...
C.S. Nelson (locally known as Doc) celebrated his 94th birthday in September. In honor of this year’s Veteran’s Day, the Graphic visited with Nelson and his son, Dana, about Nelson’s military service during WWII. Nelson grew up in New Richmond, Wisc., graduating from New Richmond High School....
The 16th annual Veterans Day Program will be held Friday, Nov. 11 at LMCS. A pancake supper will be served in the foyer sta¡rting at 4:45 and serving until 6:45. Veterans eat free. The program will start at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. This year’s program will consist of the LMHS band playing the...
Salem Lutheran Church held their 2nd Annual Keep Your Fork event Sunday, Oct. 30. Judges included: Mayor Candy Hanna, Lynn Lair, Vivian Richards, Dennis Madson, Rane Swenson, Violet Kvale, Helen Rice, Willie Skellenger, and Ruth Willier. There were three divisions with awards handed out for first,...

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