Beau Thompson, 5, bagged his first deer (a spike buck) Saturday, Oct. 2,  in Worth County. Beau attends Kindergarten at LMCS and is pictured with his dad, Jake Thompson, who is a volunteer firefighter and Lake Mills police officer.
On Tuesday, Oct. 5, the Mohawk Girls Swim Team hosted the Fort Dodge Dodgers. The Mohawks outscored the Dodgers, 64-34. Lake Mills’ Kate Edgerton swam the 50 free individual, finishing second with a person best time of 26.86.
It was another tough night on the gridiron for the LMHS football team, as they were soundly defeated 7-40 by #4 North Butler last Friday, Oct. 8, in yet another loss for a team that has been struggling this season.
The cross country team was able to compete on their home turf at the Rice Lake Golf and Country Club for the first time this season last Monday, Oct. 4. Head Coach Whitney Spies noted that the team was “excited” to run in their home meet.
The LMHS volleyball team became conference champions in the TIC-West last Tuesday, Oct. 5, as they defeated a staunch Forest City opponent 3-0 in a hotly contested title match.
by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic
Beau Thompson, 5, bagged his first deer (a spike buck) Saturday, Oct. 2,  in Worth County. Beau attends Kindergarten at LMCS and is pictured with his dad, Jake Thompson, who is a volunteer firefighter and Lake Mills police officer.
On Tuesday, Oct. 5, the Mohawk Girls Swim Team hosted the Fort Dodge Dodgers. The Mohawks outscored the Dodgers, 64-34. Lake Mills’ Kate Edgerton swam the 50 free individual, finishing second with a person best time of 26.86. Edgerton participated in three events that all finished in first place...
It was another tough night on the gridiron for the LMHS football team, as they were soundly defeated 7-40 by #4 North Butler last Friday, Oct. 8, in yet another loss for a team that has been struggling this season. It was the Bulldogs who would score the first touchdown of the game, after Bennett...
The cross country team was able to compete on their home turf at the Rice Lake Golf and Country Club for the first time this season last Monday, Oct. 4. Head Coach Whitney Spies noted that the team was “excited” to run in their home meet. “The entire team was able to run, so all 21 athletes got to...
The LMHS volleyball team became conference champions in the TIC-West last Tuesday, Oct. 5, as they defeated a staunch Forest City opponent 3-0 in a hotly contested title match. Head Coach Jim Boehmer noted that the current Bulldog team had not yet been born the last time the Lake Mills’ volleyball...
Effective Monday, Oct. 18, 2021, Winnebago County Conservation Board campgrounds will be closed for the season. This includes campgrounds at: Thorpe Park, five miles west of Forest City, and Dahle Park, four miles northwest of Lake Mills. Access to the campgrounds and picnic area will still be...
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH), Iowa Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEMD) and the State Hygienic Lab (SHL) are adjusting the state’s approach to provide Iowans convenient access to free COVID-19 testing statewide. The recently launched testing locator map...
by Bonnie Kay Baldwin Lake Mills Graphic Ministerio Nuevos Comienzos  Church (or New Beginnings in English) has recently been established in Thompson. Pastors of the Spanish-speaking, non-denominational, independent, full-gospel, Christian  church, Raul Rivera and Raquel Cruz, are formerly of San...
Applications for this year’s W.D. Ley Foundation grants are due Oct. 31, 2021. Applications are available at every Farmers Trust and Savings Bank (FTSB) office or by visiting the bank’s website at www.ftsbbank.com. Every year the W.D. Ley Foundation awards grants to organizations and projects in...
More than one out of every three Iowans is a member of a co-op through industries like rural electric, credit unions, rural telephone, farm credit, petroleum, retail and more. Some may not even know they are reaping the benefits of cooperative membership. “Co-ops exist for the benefit of their...

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Beau Thompson, 5, bagged his first deer (a spike buck) Saturday, Oct. 2,  in Worth County. Beau attends Kindergarten at LMCS and is pictured with his dad, Jake Thompson, who is a volunteer...

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