The Bulldogs triumphed 54-13 over the West Fork War Hawks in their Homecoming game last Friday, Sept. 23, securing their first win of the 2022 season. It was Coach Bill Byrnes’ 100th victory.
West Fork Despite inclement weather cutting the meet short, the LMHS varsity cross country teams had a strong showing at the West Fork meet last Monday, Sept. 19.
West Fork Despite inclement weather cutting the meet short, the LMHS varsity cross country teams had a strong showing at the West Fork meet last Monday, Sept. 19.
The youth football program was established 19 years ago in Lake Mills. Jason Peterson started out as coach and has since changed his title to coordinator. The program has been sponsored by the NFL and Subway for the past four years.
The youth football program was established 19 years ago in Lake Mills. Jason Peterson started out as coach and has since changed his title to coordinator. The program has been sponsored by the NFL and Subway for the past four years.

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The Winnebago County Conservation Board wants to remind people that Thorpe Park, located five miles west of Forest City, is closed to all turkey hunting. The adjacent Thorpe Recreation Area, as well as the Russ Wildlife Area, are open to turkey hunting, but Thorpe Park itself is not. Thorpe Park...
The 2022 track and field season got off to a strong start for the LMHS girls track and field team, as they won the first official meet of the year last Monday, April 4, at West Hancock. The Bulldogs scored points in 17 out of the 19 events held at the meet, with a number of girls setting personal...
eams had their first meet of the 2022 season last Monday, April 4, on their home course at the Rice Lake Golf and Country Club. Both the girls’ and boys’ teams performed well, with the girls’ team taking second place (252) just behind first place West Fork (242) and above third place Central...
The snow goose migration is underway and with it, the opportunity for waterfowl hunters to participate in the special conservation order allowing hunting of light geese in Iowa through May 1. While snow goose migration can be found across the state, it is more common to see the huge flocks passing...
It happens each spring—Iowa’s timber echo with the sounds of male turkeys gobbling and preparing to do battle in an attempt to establish their territories in anticipation of the breeding season.  With each passing day, the competition gets fiercer, and hunters, more excited. “Turkey hunting is a...
This past Saturday, March 19, the girls track team took a small group to Buena Vista University for an indoor track meet. Missing almost 2/3 of their team, the goal was to put the girls in a position to get a quality workout in. A handful of girls had back-to-back races and competed well. The...
Four members of the LMHS basketball team have been named to the he 2021-2022 TIC West basketball All-Conference team: Wyatt Helming, Bennett Berger, Denton Kingland, and AJ Ramaker. Wyatt Helming was named to the first team and also named Player of the Year. A 6’7 senior forward, Helming averaged...
Bella Jensen, Lake Mills senior cheerleader, signed with Waldorf University to cheer next year. She is pictured above with her parents, Todd and Amanda Jensen. “Bella has always had that Bulldog purple and gold spirit and she will take it with her as she moves to Warrior purple this fall,”...
The LMHS girls track and field team had their first meet of the season last Tuesday, March 8, at the indoor complex at Wartburg. Head Coach Skyler Ahrens noted that they were proud of how well the team competed at the meet, and credited the fact, that each team member only had one event to focus on...
–Danville Bears– The LMHS boys basketball team advanced to the State Tournament semi-finals after defeating Danville 39-22 in a closely contested game dominated by each team’s defense. This victory at the State Tournament was the first in the program’s history for the Bulldogs, and Head Coach Kyle...

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