Lake Mills Park and Rec has placed a new dog waste station at the elevator park on N. Mill St. Residents are asked to clean up after their pets and make use of these dog waste stations; keeping our parks clean and beautiful.
With temperatures soaring into the 90s this month, and little precipitation, many have been seeking to cool off at the Lake Mills aquatic center. The morning water aerobics class has also had more than its usual participants.
Continued dry conditions allowed farmers 6.6 days suitable for fieldwork during the week ending June 13, 2021 according to the USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service.
The 2021 Lake Mills Public Library Summer Reading Program theme is “Reading Colors Your World.” The program will run June 14-July 29, so kids make sure you stop in ANYTIME during the summer to reach your goals.
The Worth County Fair, held in Northwood, kicks off today, Wednesay, June 16. The Pet Show will be held in the Poultry/Pet Barn at 10 a.m.
Each year, a Lake Mills citizen (or couple) that has created a lasting impact on the community is selected as July Jubilee grand marshal.


Winnebago Cooperative Telecom Association (WCTA) and Aureon recently presented a grant to the Lake Mills Fire Department to support their project in raising funds for LED lights for their trucks which will help improve visibility while on the scene of a fire call. WCTA supports the Lake Mills Fire...
MBT Bank (MBT) recently named Laura Enderson to the position of controller. In this newly created position, Enderson will assume responsibility for preparing financial reporting for the bank and holding company and participate in financial audits, bank accounting, general ledger, budget oversight...
MBT Bank (MBT) recently named Shawn Davis to the position of operations IT specialist. In this position, Davis will assume responsibility for providing operational, technical, and customer service assistance to all areas of the bank and maintain core and ancillary products utilized by the bank....
The Worth County Fair has scheduled four opportunities for up and coming exhibitors in the Worth County Fair cattle, swine, sheep and goat shows. There will be a Pee Wee Swine Show offered to prospective exhibitors Friday, June 18, around noon at the conclusion of classes being judged and just...
The North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) Design Thinking Summer Academy will run from June 28-July 2. This week-long camp will run every day from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Students will learn the steps of the design thinking process and put it into practice. Kids entering eighth through 12th grade will...
The LMCS fourth grade musical, “BOTS,” was presented Thursday, May 27, in the auditorium. Robots and teamwork were the theme of this year’s musical. “Robots” pictured above: Cristal Vazquez Perez (front) Jaden Swenson, Taelynne Flugum, and Haydn Determann. Soloists pictured are Aiden Reese and...
The annual LMCS fifth grade DARE ceremony was held Tuesday afternoon, May 25, in the auditorium. Thirty-one students received their DARE Certificate of Completion from Police Chief Todd Thorson. Essay winners were Alana Throne and Gabby Brandenburg.
July Jubilee is an exciting time in Lake Mills. It is a weekend full of family-friendly activities and fun. From parades and 5Ks, to street dances and high school reunions, you don’t want to miss what’s coming up this year. Keep an eye on the online schedule of events (
Although this will be the ninth tractor ride One In Christ Lutheran Parish is hosting, it will be the first attempting to raise money from Lake Mills businesses and individuals, to benefit a particular group. These rides previously have been in memory of someone, or raised money for food banks,...
As of 7 a.m., Tuesday morning, June 1, Iowa has tested 5,051,327 individuals. Of those tested, 401,844 tested positive, and 4,634,164 tested negative. There have been 360,831 individuals who have recovered and 6,055 deaths have been recorded in the state. Numbers by surrounding counties: Winnebago–...


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Lake Mills, IA 50450

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