The Jazz Coalition Big Band will present a special holiday concert on Saturday, Dec. 3, in conjunction with the Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas by the Lake festivities.
The LMCS second and third grade students will present their holiday concert, “On With the Snow,” Friday, Dec. 9, at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. This  will be a HOT musical, starring COOL kids with WARM hearts.  
The annual Gobble Wobble 5K run/walk was held Thanksgiving day at 8 a.m. Due to freezing fog and slick streets that morning, many of the participants chose to walk, rather than run.
First grade students at LMCS got an early start on their Christmas shopping last Tuesday morning, as they visited Singelstad Hardware and shopped for Toys for Tots. The students raised $4,000 to spend on toys for needy children in North Iowa.
First grade students at LMCS got an early start on their Christmas shopping last Tuesday morning, as they visited Singelstad Hardware and shopped for Toys for Tots. The students raised $4,000 to spend on toys for needy children in North Iowa.
First grade students at LMCS got an early start on their Christmas shopping last Tuesday morning, as they visited Singelstad Hardware and shopped for Toys for Tots. The students raised $4,000 to spend on toys for needy children in North Iowa.

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Worth County 4-H Silver Lake Huskers has started off their new year electing officers. Pictured (L-R): Bryce Eden, president; Reagan Ham, secretary; and Hayden Thompson, treasurer. Not pictured: Sydnee Lindeman, vice president. Silver Lake Huskers next meeting is this Sunday, Nov. 20, at 6 p.m. in...
With the month of November, another amenity was added to Lake Mills’ many assets. The Bulldog Laser Wash (corner of N. Lake and  N. 1st Ave. E.) opened its doors to area residents and businesses as of Saturday, Nov. 6. Brian and Barb Abele, Leland, are the owners. Brian is a retired farmer and...
Last Friday night during the Lake Mills’ Veterans Day program, Diane Weide of the North Central Iowa Quilts of Valor Foundation, presented unique, patriotic quilts to six local Veterans. These Veterans were (top to bottom): Private First Class Donald Smith, U.S. Army; Corporal Sophos Duea, U.S....
LMCS second grade students visited Arlington Veterans Park last Wednesday, Nov. 9, to learn about the park from area veterans. After the tour, they all enjoyed hot chocolate at Swallow Coffehouse, played games, asked questions, and the students handed out homemade thank you cards to the veterans....
The family of Sgt. Nicholas Mosby saw him off last week, as he was deployed to Europe for 10 months with 1133rd Transportation Company of the National Guard, based out of Mason City. Nicholas is pictured above with his wife, Kjerstin, and daughters, Charlotte and Ellianna. The family resides in...
The Lake Mills City Council held a special meeting last Thursday, Nov. 3. During this meeting, a resolution was passed to accept the involuntary termination of the Director of Public Works, Scott Christenson. According to Mayor Fran Unger, the council adopted a hiring process, where they will work...
Mark Heggestad, Joice, and Adam Odegaard, Albert Lea, are both aficionadoes of the sport of fishing. They are also adults who want to pass on the art to as many kids as they can reel in. Originally, Mark came up with the idea of forming a team of kids from area schools in North Iowa, and teaching...
Gary Sanden, former resident of Lake Mills, was kind enough to submit a story to the Lake Mills Graphic, for Veterans Day. Gary was drafted in 1971, with eight years of active duty. He stayed involved for 15 additional years in the Naval reserve, all in submarine reserve units, where he was...
For farmers across the nation, implementing conservation practices into existing row-crop operations has played a key role in maintaining healthy agricultural soils. “Producers making these investments have seen improved soil structure and water holding capacity, a decrease in soil erosion, and...
 In advance of the firearm deer season opener, Mayo Clinic Health System audiologists are reminding hunters of the importance of protecting their hearing. Noise over 140 decibels can permanently damage hearing, and almost all firearms are in that range or higher. In comparison, normal conversation...

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