Three women are running for statewide or federal office in Winnebago County.
Democracy is alive and well in Northern Iowa. All forecasts appear to indicate a referendum on the Republican Congress majority this midterm election season.
Lake Mills High School held prom Saturday, April 21, in the gymnasium. Pictured above are prom king and queen, Alex Martinson and Kylee McGurk.
 “The west certainly surpassed all my expectations, and Iowa is great,” Cy Woodman claimed after traveling from New York to Iowa on a Flanders 4 motorcycle in October 1912.
This year’s LMHS prom theme is, “Red Carpet Gala.” Prom royalty candidates are pictured above (L-R): Brady Heagel, Dana Baumann, Cole Bergo, Morgan Fritz, Trevor Hanna, Mallory Wilhelm and Alex Martinson.
April 2018 has gotten off to a rough start, as colder than normal temperatures have people seeing white, rather than green, yellow, or pink.
Ernest C. Hanson is our April veteran.
Three women are running for statewide or federal office in Winnebago County.
Shovels and shotguns were the order of the day, as the Lake Mills and Northwood-Kensett Trap shooting teams first had to clear the range, before getting in their scheduled April 6 meet.
Dr. Ajay Nair, Iowa State University Extension Horticulturist made a presentation to Worth County 4-H Garden project members this past month. The 40 students are among more than 400 youth members that have planted a vegetable garden at the Worth County Fairgrounds in Northwood. Dr. Nair also gave a...
Aaron Mathahs, a junior at LMHS, recently signed his Letter of Intent with Waldorf University. He’ll attend Fall 2019. Mathahs is pictured with Professor C. David Rutt, Dept. of Music, and accepted the Odvin Hagen Music Scholarship.
On Saturday, April 28, the Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its 15th opportunity in 7 years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Winnebago County residents bring your pills for disposal...
The 11th annual Veteran Heritage Day at the St. Ansgar American Legion, will be held Saturday, April 28. Doors will open at 8:30 a.m. Come early for rolls and coffee. Veterans, spouses and the public are welcome. No fees, nothing to join. The event is free. Char’s Polka Band will play polkas,...
While most people know that a board of directors governs their local school district, many do not realize that Iowa’s Area Education Agencies (AEAs) also operate under a group of elected individuals. Serving over 62,000 students and 5,000 educators, these dedicated community members are elected by...
Norsemen Specialized Division, Inc., their Flatbed Division, was recently presented with their fifth ACUITY Safety Award. This award is given to the top one percent of businesses that are exemplary in their partnership with ACUITY to help ensure a safe workplace. Jay L. Steffens, president, stated...
Three women are running for statewide or federal office in Winnebago County.
Democracy is alive and well in Northern Iowa. All forecasts appear to indicate a referendum on the Republican Congress majority this midterm election season. Throughout the history of American democracy, public political opinion has undergone many pendulum-swings from partisan pole to partisan pole...
Every year, the State Historical Society of Iowa presents the Benjamin F. Shambaugh Awards for the best Iowa history books published during the previous year. The award’s namesake served for 40 years as the State Historical Society’s superintendent, taught at the University of Iowa, and vigorously...
April is National Safe Digging Month, and Black Hills Energy is providing four tips for safe digging to emphasize what is always the utility’s top priority: public and employee safety. 1. Whether you’re a homeowner planting a shrub or a contractor using a backhoe, always Call Before You Dig by...

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Shovels and shotguns were the order of the day, as the Lake Mills and Northwood-Kensett Trap shooting teams first had to clear the range, before getting in their scheduled April 6 meet.

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