Evan Fritz of TSB Bank, Forest City, has been named to the Iowa Bankers Association’s Marketing Committee.
Chad Lybarger, White Bear Lake, Minn., is pictured with the 12-point buck he shot last week in the woods on his grandmother’s place, east of Emmons, Minn. Lybarger is a graduate of LMCS and is in the Air Force National Guard.
by Lisa Ralls Winnebago County Naturalist
Angie Boehmer, Lake Mills Middle School volleyball coach, has been selected as the Iowa assistant/middle school volleyball Coach of the Year by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association.
The Lake Mills boys’ basketball program held its 20th annual youth free throw contest Saturday, Nov. 9. Third and fourth graders shot from 12 feet, while fifth and sixth graders shot from the standard distance of 15 feet.
The Lake Mills boys’ basketball program held its 20th annual youth free throw contest Saturday, Nov. 9. Third and fourth graders shot from 12 feet, while fifth and sixth graders shot from the standard distance of 15 feet.

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Seatbelts will be required on all new school buses purchased by Iowa school districts and state-accredited nonpublic schools starting this fall, according to new rules adopted by the State Board of Education. The board unanimously adopted state administrative rules requiring lap-shoulder seatbelts...
The average student likely spends more time at school and participating in extracurricular activities with classmates than he or she does at home. In close proximity to so many peers, it may seem like making friends would be a snap. However, some students have trouble connecting and can use a...
Parents and educators can sometimes underestimate children’s anxiety over the dawn of a new school year. Many students feel nervous when wondering if their teachers will be nice or if they will make new friends. These worries may be compounded by the return to routine and the end of an enjoyable...
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will offer the Iowa Master Conservationist Program beginning Sept. 5. The program will take place at TSB, Forest City, providing participants with hands-on interaction with the diversity of the state’s natural resources. The program teaches about Iowa’s...
A retirement party was held at Winnebago last Thursday, Aug. 15, for  Greg Rice, Lake Mills. Greg joined the Winnebago team in July of 1983, working in department 736 driving forklift. In 1986, Greg moved to the cab area, where he worked for a few more years, and in 1990, began working on the paint...
LMCS has had several improvements made over the summer, along with the usual summer maintenance. Pictured above is new carpeting in the quiety sensory rooms (former sixth grade classrooms), new ceiling and lighting in the second/third grade hallway, and new seats in the auditorium.
Lake Mills Community School hosted a Solution Tree Wired Event last Thursday, Aug. 15, in the auditorium gymnasium. LMCS teachers and administrators participated in the event, along with staff from neighboring districts (Northwood, West Fork, St. Ansgar, Central Rivers AEA, etc.).   Since 1998,...
Classes start Friday, Aug. 23, at Lake Mills Community School. The Back to School Breakfast will be held tomorrow (Thursday), in the foyer beginning at 7 a.m. The community is encouraged to attend and meet the staff, including three new teachers. Skylynn Fleming New to the Lake Mills Middle and...
The Lake Mills Chamber Development Corporation will once again be hosting the Back to School Breakfast tomorrow (Thursday, Aug. 22) beginning at 7:30 a.m. The breakfast is a “Salute to Education,” introducing staff to the community. LMCS alumni guest speaker will be Mandy Miller. Mandy graduated...
BY BONNIE KAY BALDWIN LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC Shane Wogen, Northwood, an economics major at Coe College, Cedar Rapids, and 2016 graduate of LMHS, just returned from a semester of classes in China. “They did a program from the first two years I was there (at Coe College) where the Chinese government...

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