Emmons firefighters and first responders will hold their annual soup and pie supper this Saturday, Feb. 24, from 4-7 p.m. at Emmons Lutheran Church.
At the end of January, the Winnebago County Conser-vation Board moved their offices into the Hanson Nature Center and they are now ready to show off the new facility.
Bethel Lutheran Brethren Church, Joice, is excited to have a new pastor to fill their pulpit and lead them, and a new family to join their faithful ranks.
The LMCDC hosted Galentine’s Day this past Saturday. The weather cooperated, and with district wrestling also taking place that day, downtown Lake Mills was busy.
Asbury United Methodist Church hosted a Valentine’s Sweeheart Dinner this past Saturday, Feb. 10. The dining room was decorated in red and white hearts, flowers and tinsel.
Asbury United Methodist Church hosted a Valentine’s Sweeheart Dinner this past Saturday, Feb. 10. The dining room was decorated in red and white hearts, flowers and tinsel.

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Join local author, Catherine Van Hove, as she talks about her book “I’m Packin’ . . . Insulin: A Journey of Living Fearlessly with Type 1 Diabetes,” at the Lake Mills Public Library, Thursday, Nov. 30. The book gathering will begin at 6:30 p.m. and light refreshments will be served. Catherine has...
Kim Brackey, rural Lake Mills, has taken the open position as director of the Lake Mills Public Library, and started Wednesday, Nov. 1. “There’s a lot to learn, and I’ll be the first one to say ‘I’ve got a lot to learn.’ The people around here have been great. They’re patient, they help, they’ve...
According to the U.S. Drought monitor, the majority of Iowa has endured drought conditions since the beginning of the growing season, varying from extreme or exceptional drought to moderate drought. Despite this, the USDA reports that corn and soybean yields have remained relatively steady since...
Blake Storby, a senior at Luther College, Decorah, was the recipient of the Bob Naslund award. This award is given out at the football banquet every year by the coach to a player and is presented to a student who “Embodies our culture—Someone who is mentally and physically tough (they are even...
KIOW radio celebrated their 45th anniversary, Nov. 8, with an open house and a ribbon cutting at their new studio, now located in downtown Forest City on N. Clark St. Coloff Digital staff, Forest City and Lake Mills chambers members, along with many others attended the event. Food, cake and...
Diamond Jo Casino welcomed a new-to-debut Gastropub, 35 Brew Street Bar and Grill, to its dining portfolio last Thursday, Nov. 9. The hotspot offers a variety of American favorites and pub-style fare in an elevated yet casual environment. The new industrially rustic inspired 35 Brew Street resides...
A Veterans Day program was held at the Lake Mills Care Center, Friday afternoon. Lisa Sunkle and members of the American Legion Otto Chose Post presented the program. Quilts of Valor were given to residents Sgt. Ken Hermanson (seated left) and Corp. Roger Vaage (seated right). Ken Hermanson...
The Iowa DNR is asking trappers for help with a study on Iowa’s gray fox population. “We’re asking trappers who happen to catch a gray fox alive to contact me or wildlife technician Dave Hoffman directly so we can make arrangements to equip the animal with a neck collar and release it for tracking...
The 15th annual community Thanksgiving meal served at Asbury United Methodist Church will again offer a delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings. As done the past few years, the meal will be pre-packaged and ready for curbside pickup to be taken home and enjoyed, or people may choose to dine...
Explore the wonders of north central Iowa in Iowa PBS’s hour-long documentary, Historic Buildings of Iowa: Mason City and Clear Lake. The latest installment of the network’s architecture programs premieres online and on air Saturday, Nov. 18, at 3:30 p.m. as part of Fall Festival 2023. It will be...

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