Bulldog boys soar over Eagles BY TYLER GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC
The Lake Mills wrestling team opened the 2018-2019 season with a strong showing Thursday night in Garner. The Bulldogs waxed three Top of Iowa Conference opponents, backed by strong performances from some veterans and some newcomers.
BY TYLER GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC
BY TYLER GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC
BY TYLER GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC
BY TYLER GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC

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BY TYLER GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC The LMHS volleyball team played against a tough North Iowa squad last Tuesday, Sept. 25. Though each set was hard fought, the Bulldogs came away with the win after just three sets. “I was very happy with how we played tonight,” said Head Coach Jim Boehmer. “...
BY TYLER GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC The LMHS football team came back after a disappointing loss in their Homecoming matchup to defeat North Butler last Friday night, 37-7. This win is the Bulldogs’ second of the season, and their first win in the conference. The game started off slow for the...
The LMHS Marching Band participated in Algona Band Days, Saturday, Sept. 29. The band placed second in Class 2A, and the color guard was named Best Overall Color Guard. The band will travel to Ft. Dodge this Saturday, Oct. 6, for the state marching contest.
BY TYLER GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC The Mason City swimming team traveled to Cedar Falls, Saturday, Sept. 29, to compete in the Cedar Falls Invitational. The Mohawks took seventh place at the meet with a total of 166.5 points. Lake Mills’ Kate Edgerton swam fly in the Medley Relay “A” alongside...
BY TYLER GASPER LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC On Tuesday, Sept. 25, the Mason City Mohawk swim team entered the pool to face off against Marshalltown, coming away with a 68-33 victory. Lake Mills’ Kate Edgerton left the meet with her first individual first place in the 200m Individual Medley with a time of...
All successful deer and turkey hunters must report each deer and/or turkey they harvest. The hunter whose name is on the transportation tag is responsible for reporting the animal. Only successful deer and turkey hunters must report. Why does Iowa require harvest reporting? Prior to harvest...
Tree stand accidents can happen to deer hunters regardless of skill level or experience and result in serious injury or even death. Unfortunately, in nearly every case, these incidents were preventable. To help prevent injuries, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, in partnership with Tree...
Fall is a great time to catch fish with family and friends. The air is cool, the views are picturesque, lakes are less crowded and the fish are easy to catch. “Fantastic fishing opportunities await both new and expert anglers, said Joe Larscheid, chief of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources...
Thousands of people across North America find hunting game to be a rewarding pastime. People hunt many different types of animals, but deer are some of the most popular to target. Deer hunting can help to address deer overpopulation in many areas. Hunting requires more than going out with a weapon...
An estimated 60,000 hunters will be heading to the timber in the next few weeks as Iowa’s archery deer season got underway Oct. 1. Forest wildlife research biologist, Jim Coffey, with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources said hunters who spend time on preseason scouting should improve their...

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