Renovations at Mayo Clinic Health System (MCHS) in Lake City are on track, but scaled back. Early in 2017 MCHS announced renovations to its emergency department and hospital in Lake City that it expected to begin that year. In November Mayo...
Nearly 500 anglers participated in the annual Frontenac Ice Fishing Contest on Frontenac Pond Feb. 10.
On Saturday, Feb. 10, the Lake City Speech Team had a successful day at one of the biggest meets of the season. Lake City placed first in small school and fifth overall at the Rochester John Marshall speech tournament. Novice results: ln Creative,...
A 16-5 run over the final five minutes helped Lake City win its ninth straight game as the Tigers overcame a slow start and the most hostile road environment of the season to defeat Rochester Lourdes 57-48 last Friday night. Sophomore sensation Reid...
Lincoln High School recognized 14 students in grades 10-12 as “Standout Students” for second quarter of the 2017-18 school year. Standout Students are recognized by their classroom teachers in one of six categories, growth, achievement, attitude,...
The Lake City Chamber of Commerce ambassadors and staff presented Kustom K-9 Services, LLC with their “First Dollar of Clear Profit” on Feb. 6. Kustom K-9 Services, LLC is owned and operated by Michael Eggenberger. He provides dog training packages...
Lake City became the first city to officially endorse the Baldy 125 ski jump project Monday, Feb. 12, with a unanimous city council vote. The olympic-size jump would be located at the former Mt. Frontenac Ski Area in Frontenac and, thanks to a special surface, be able to host ski jump training and...
The Lake City Sportsman’s Club was a busy place Feb. 10 as members prepared the clubhouse for its annual ice fishing tournament on Feb. 17. About 20 people were on hand Saturday, and organizer Mandy Edelbach said about 80 volunteers were working on the contest. The contest is always a big event...
Renovations at Mayo Clinic Health System (MCHS) in Lake City are on track, but scaled back. Early in 2017 MCHS announced renovations to its emergency department and hospital in Lake City that it expected to begin that year. In November Mayo announced that the project was being redesigned. On Feb....
Nearly 500 anglers participated in the annual Frontenac Ice Fishing Contest on Frontenac Pond Feb. 10.
On Saturday, Feb. 10, the Lake City Speech Team had a successful day at one of the biggest meets of the season. Lake City placed first in small school and fifth overall at the Rochester John Marshall speech tournament. Novice results: ln Creative, Emma Berger was sixth and Hunter Briggs was fifth....
The Lake City Tiger wrest-ling team is seeded fifth in the Section 1AA tournament and will travel to fourth seeded Stewartville tonight (Thursday) for a 7 p.m. quarterfinal.  Stewartville finished the regular season with a 15-11 record, while Lake City finished 8-6.  Stewartville beat the Tigers 36...
After additional discussion and consideration, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners has decided to move ahead with the purchase of a new 2018 John Deere 160 GLC excavator from RDO Equipment Company and dispose of a 2004 Case CX 130 with 6,400 hours in trade or equipment sale by auction....
Some residents in Goodhue County were surprised to learn their property taxes were submitted late, Commissioner Barney Nesseth told colleagues at the Goodhue County Board meeting Tuesday, Feb. 6. Nesseth said that some of his constituents put their property taxes in the mail on the due date, but...
Matt Glasenapp, a 2014 graduate of Lincoln High School, was the recipient of two football awards for his performance during the 2017 season. Glasenapp, a kicker/punter, has been a four-year starter for the Macalester Scots, who are members of the Midwest Football Conference. Glasenapp received...
Two Lake City police officers were among the leaders in the state when it came to arrests made for driving under the influence. Officer Mike Becklund tallied 23 arrests in 2017. Officer Matthew Swayze made 14 arrests, according to an email to Police Chief Cory Kubista from Scott McConkey, the...
To the editor: It’s a strange feeling when people talk about the good old days and you remember them as an adult. WWII brought about a drastic change in Lake City. When I look at “You Grew Up in Lake City” on Facebook most of the stories and pictures happened after I graduated in 1944. The 1950s...
The Lake City Tiger girls basketball team hosted Rochester Lourdes on Thursday, Feb. 8.   Lake City started out strong and kept the score close in the first part of the game.  Lourdes took a quick lead on the Tigers but Lake City came back again and cut the Lourdes lead to just one. Grace Bany tied...
A 16-5 run over the final five minutes helped Lake City win its ninth straight game as the Tigers overcame a slow start and the most hostile road environment of the season to defeat Rochester Lourdes 57-48 last Friday night. Sophomore sensation Reid Gastner poured in a career-high 23 points,...
The Lake City Tiger sixth grade girls basketball team placed first at the Byron Basketball Tournament on Sunday, Feb. 11. They defeated Dover-Eyota, Byron Gold and Byron Black.  Players include, front row: Emily Gates, Lucy Weist, Natalie Gates, Molly Fitterer and Natalie Hawkins; back row: Amelia...
The Lake City Tiger sixth grade boys basketball team won the Pine Island Tournament Feb. 10  They defeated Kenyon-Wanamingo, Zumbrota-Mazeppa and Triton for the championship. Front row, from left: Gunnar Seydel, Keegan Ryan and Jaden Shones; second row, from left: David Oeltjen, Thomas Brand and...

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