Hunters reported harvesting 105,544 deer in Iowa for 2017, which is an increase of more than 4,100 deer from 2016. Iowa’s deer seasons closed on Jan. 10. Most deer were harvested during the shotgun seasons.
Fishing 234,648 annual licenses 9,532 three-year licenses 8,293 lifetime fishing licenses 43,434 trout fees 8,415 third line licenses 1,082 seven-day licenses 2,881 one-day licenses
Beeds Lake Ice thickness is 13 to 15 inches. Bluegill – Slow. Bluebill Lake Ice thickness is 13 to 15 inches. Bluegill - Slow: Best bite is in the early morning.
~ Girls ~ ~ vs. West Hancock ~ “Too many mistakes,” was how Head Coach Thad Evans, summed up his girls 68-34 loss to West Hancock to open the week.
~ Girls ~ ~ vs. West Hancock ~ “Too many mistakes,” was how Head Coach Thad Evans, summed up his girls 68-34 loss to West Hancock to open the week.
The Lake Mills wrestlers hosted their dual invitational on Saturday and bulldozed the competition in four dual wins.

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In his sophomore season, Carson Rygh earned his second consecutive trip to the state cross country meet, placing fourth overall in the qualifying meet to advance. Abbey Bray paced the girls team, which finished 13th out of 19 teams competing, as she placed 39th individually, in a time of 23:11.63...
After kicking to Sumner-Fredricksburg to open the game, the Bulldogs received the first big break of the game, when Tyler Helgeson recovered a fumble to set Lake Mills up in good field position. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, this gift was rewarded with only three points, thanks to a Gabe Irons...
A 10-day layoff after a poor outing, can have several effects on a team. First, they can use the opportunity to rest, learn and improve, and come back with a renewed focus. Other options include stewing and dwelling on the off performance, and letting it affect your mind going forward. The Bulldogs...
In his two seasons as a varsity runner for LMCS cross country, Carson Rygh is two-for-two in advancing his season to the state meet, after wrapping up his sophomore season with a fourth place finish at the state qualifying meet last week. The state meet will be held this Saturday, in Ft. Dodge....
After capturing another conference title, it has been an uneven ride for the Bulldogs to close out the season and get to postseason play. The first order of business was hosting a quad meet, and then traveling to Algona for a Saturday tournament. After an opening round bye, the Bulldogs return to...
Unlike many other games this season, shortly after the opening kick, there was litle doubt in the outcome, as the Bulldogs fell 44-0 to South Winnesheik last Friday night. “A very good South Winnesheik team,” complimented Coach Bill Byrnes following the game. “We had a tough time competing with...
The Bulldog cross country team will make their final trip of the season to Eagle Grove tomorrow night to participate in the district meet. They will be bringing with them three All-Conference performers, thanks to strong finishes by Carson Rygh for the boys and Abbey Bray and Morgan Fritz for the...
The story for the Bulldogs on the gridiron this week plays out much like the majority of previous games this season: Play tough, competitive football for much of the game and find yourselves in position to take home a win late, only to see the oppenent make the necessary plays down the stretch to...
“Great volleyball tonight in Lake Mills,” exclaimed Coach Jim Boehmer, after he watched his team rally from a 0-1 deficit to capture the next three sets and down Forest City 3-1 for their 15th consecutive conference championship. Despite building an early 5-0 lead, Forest City came out ready to...
In a makeup meet from an event canceled by rain, there were a number of big performances across the board, as Carson Rygh won on the boys side, and Abbey Bray led the girls team Thrusday night at Rockford. “She ran her season best and personal best time tonight, despite the cold and rainy weather...

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