Lake City Mayor Mark Nichols (right) presents a key to the city to Randy Klipfel in recognition of his four years on the city council. Klipfel’s term expired in January, and he did not seek reelection. His time away from the city will be brief,...
This is a summary of the events covered in the Lake City Graphic over the past year. The sixth page includes the rest of November and December
This is a summary of the events covered in the Lake City Graphic over the past year. The sixth page includes the rest of October and most of November
This is a summary of the events covered in the Lake City Graphic over the past year. The sixth page includes the rest of August, September and part of October
This is a summary of the events covered in the Lake City Graphic over the past year. The sixth page includes the rest of July and part of August
The Lake City Tigers wrestling team dominated last Saturday’s Clash of the Titans Invitational in Tartan with a championship point total of 196 points. Maple River was second with a total of 167 points, while Grand Meadow-LeRoy-Ostrander Kingsland (...
Photo by Steve Brown
Scenes from ice boat races held over the weekend on Lake Pepin. Ice boats will return to the lake on Friday for the Northwest Regatta. It will be the third consecutive weekend.
Two newly-elected and one reelected Lake City City Council members took the oath of office at the beginning of the council’s Jan. 14 meeting. Faye Brown (left) and Amy Kohrs Alkire (center) began their first terms on the council. Russell Boe (right) began his second.
Lake City City Councilmember Mary Lou Waltman submitted a letter of resignation to Mayor Mark Nichols and City Administrator Rob Keehn on Friday, Jan. 11. Waltman, who had two years left in her current term, wrote that she was stepping down because of her health. The resignation doesn’t become...
Unleashed dogs are no longer allowed in public in Lake City. On Jan. 14, the city council unanimously approved an ordinance change that will classify unleashed dogs as at large. Owners of at-large dogs could be charged with a misdemeanor. Previously dogs were allowed to be unleashed as long as...
Lake City Mayor Mark Nichols (right) presents a key to the city to Randy Klipfel in recognition of his four years on the city council. Klipfel’s term expired in January, and he did not seek reelection. His time away from the city will be brief, however. In March, he’ll join the city’s civil service...
When I think back to my childhood where else could a child experience such diversity? We played kick the can, run sheep run, I’ll draw the frying pan, and inny anny over. We had the lake for swimming, fishing and boating and the play park with wonderful equipment for the whole family. There was a...
Lake City Tourism Bureau, Inc. is a non-profit corporation operated by a dedicated group of volunteers. Our Mission is to “improve and enhance the Lake City economy by attracting tourism and promoting tourism based businesses and activities.” Funding for our efforts is provided by a 3 percent “...
We have a dream to create a Lake Pepin Interpretive Center in Lake City and have shared our ideas with the Historical Society, Economic Development Authority (EDA), and Destination Lake City (DLC) organizations. We are now in the process of forming a task group and welcome input from the entire...
If you haven’t been to the Lake City Sportsman’s Club (LCSC) in the last seven years, you’re in for a surprise. Recent years have brought big changes to the clubhouse, including renovated upstairs and downstairs bar areas, two new decks overlooking Lake Pepin, and many more updates. As we look...
The Goodhue County Board had three main agenda items for its organizational meeting Tuesday, Jan. 8: have Judge Kevin Mark conduct the oath of office for Commissioners Jason Majerus and Brad Anderson — and a ceremonial oath for County Attorney Steve O’Keefe, vote on a new chair and vice chair, and...
Happy New Year! We are excited for the year ahead and could not be happier with all the amazing things that occurred in 2018. We made some big changes in 2018 including moving our chamber office to a new location, creating new educational opportunities for members and citizens, revitalizing the...
Organizers say tickets to the Feb. 2 Winter Fest Dance Party are selling briskly, but some local residents would prefer not to order online at lcaa.brownpapertickets.com. To alleviate this concern Lake City Area Arts (LCAA) will be printing up some paper tickets to sell over-the-counter at...
There likely won’t be snow for skiing and snow shoeing, but there will be a trail lit by luminarias for hiking, along with treats and hot beverages and socializing at Frontenac State Park from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Jan 19. The event is free, but a vehicle permit is required to enter the...
The big game last week for both Lake City and Stewartville was on Tuesday Jan. 8 with a win for the local Tigers 61-53.Both teams came out with great defense in the beginning and Stewartville scored first. Lake City answered early in the first half and tied the game at four apiece.   The Lake City...
Thursday of last week, the Lake City Tigers traveled to Triton High School to face both St. Clair/Mankato Loyola (ML) and Triton. The wrestlers brought home another couple of wins for their season, finishing the match against St. Clair/ML 51-15 and their second one against Triton 49-12. This put...
Lake City Tigers boys basketball used a 53 point second half after trailing by as many as 20 points to complete a stunning come-from-behind victory over Stewartville 75-65 on Jan. 8.  Lake City trailed 39-22 at halftime before the offense ignited in the second half of play for its highest output in...
Lake City Tigers boys basketball rebounded from a lackluster opening half and cruised past Goodhue 58-33 for a third straight victory to open the 2019 portion of the schedule last Thursday night.  Reid Gastner had a monster night for the Tigers dominating the game in all phases and just missing his...
This is a summary of the events covered in the Lake City Graphic over the past year. The third page includes the last of March, April and part of May

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