Sharon D. Swenson, 82, Buffalo Center, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021 at Timely Mission Nursing Home, Buffalo Center.Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct.
As the delta variant continues to fuel the spread of COVID-19, misinformation continues to inhibit efforts to bring the coronavirus under control.
A struggling defense and a number of offensive turnovers hurt the Bulldogs greatly in their game against St. Ansgar last Friday, Oct. 15, as they were handily defeated by the Saints 18-49.
Join Iowa PBS virtually, Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. for a Pop-Up Film Series event featuring Iowa’s Wild Weather: Drought.
 MercyOne North Iowa’s most valuable resources are the providers and colleagues who work tirelessly to provide care to patients and the community.
As the delta variant continues to fuel the spread of COVID-19, misinformation continues to inhibit efforts to bring the coronavirus under control. To help the community better understand the current state and direction of the pandemic, Gregory Poland, M.D., head of Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research...
–Forest City Invitational– The LMHS boys cross country team took seventh place overall among the teams who showed up to compete at the Forest City Invitational cross country meet last Monday, Oct. 11, with a total of 159 points. The girls team did not field enough runners to merit a score. Justin...
A struggling defense and a number of offensive turnovers hurt the Bulldogs greatly in their game against St. Ansgar last Friday, Oct. 15, as they were handily defeated by the Saints 18-49. “We couldn’t slow down the Saints rushing game tonight, and we had a tough time tackling their ball carriers...
Join Iowa PBS virtually, Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. for a Pop-Up Film Series event featuring Iowa’s Wild Weather: Drought. This new program from Iowa PBS examines the struggles Iowans have faced as drought conditions dry up rural life and the opportunities that go along with it. Follow along as we...
 MercyOne North Iowa’s most valuable resources are the providers and colleagues who work tirelessly to provide care to patients and the community. While there is opportunity to celebrate and recognize the efforts of health care workers, MercyOne points out the fight against COVID-19 is taking its...
(StatePoint) With students across the country returning to the classroom and adults returning to the workplace and gathering in person, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) predicts that the second flu season of the COVID-19 pandemic will be significantly more active than last year...
(StatePoint) Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends Nov. 7, and if you are already dreading the adjustment, you are not alone. The physical and mental effects are real, and many people undergo mood shifts, fatigue and stress as their bodies adjust. To “fall back” this fall stress-free, try these...
Fall leaves are beautiful–until they pile up in your yard. Don’t send those precious nutrients up in smoke. Instead, put those nuisance leaf piles to good use. Leaves, small branches and other landscape materials can nourish your lawn, garden or community. It’s easy: Compost. Composting leaves and...
Last week, The Mills Theatre received a $25,000 donation from the John K. and Luise V. Hanson Famly Foundation. Last year was a tough year, and these funds will be used as COVID relief and to replace some “tired” theater equipment. Pictured above: Scott Drexler, Hanson Foundation representative,...
It was a good night for the LMHS volleyball team last Tuesday, Oct. 12, as they competed on their home court for the Lake Mills Quad. The Bulldogs swept the event, defeating North Butler (25-13, 25-15), Nashua-Plainfield (25-15, 25-13), and Hampton-Dumont-CAL (25-15, 25-13) in two sets, sweeping...

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–Forest City Invitational– The LMHS boys cross country team took seventh place overall among the teams who showed up to compete at the Forest City Invitational cross country meet last...

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