The Lake City High School adapted bowling team played host to a state qualifying tournament on May 9. Three of its members qualified to compete May 17 at the Minnesota State High School League state adapted bowling tournament at Bowlero in Brooklyn...
On Tuesday, May 7, the Lake City Tigers girls track and field team competed at the Section 1AA True Team meet at the Paul Giel Field in Winona.  The meet consisted of 11 AA schools.  Byron won the girls competition with 516.5 points. Red Wing was...
Emily Langfield is this year’s Water Ski Days Button Design Contest winner. The Water Ski Days committee narrowed the field to three buttons where the final three were voted on via Facebook. Emily is the recipient of $100 in Chamber Bucks and will...
Volunteers from the Lake City Lions Club and the Lake City Kiwanis Club made quick work of a big cleaning project at the Hok-Si-La Park dining hall, which has undergone several changes since last fall, according to a news release from the park. Over...
Lake City volunteer firefighter Justin Cerwinske passes over a sheet of drywall he punched through while navigating an obstacle course Tuesday night at the fire hall. Pairs of firefighters, wearing respirators and masks to prevent them from seeing...
Another 100-mile Garage Sale weekend has come and gone, and maybe, just maybe, what you bought and sold didn’t mean as much as who you bought and sold with. At right, Georgia Donohue gets an assist from her grandmother, Lola Threinen, in order to...
Part 3 of 4, awards program, senior scholarships.
Part 3 of 4, awards program, senior scholarships.
Part 2 of 4, senior scholarships
The George W. and Mary B. Patton memorial scholarship winners this year were Natalie Kehren and Victor Holland for $3,000 each, presented by Principal Greg Berge.  The annual Lincoln High School awards night was held May 8 with over 100 scholarships going to members of the senior class, along with...
The Lake City High School adapted bowling team played host to a state qualifying tournament on May 9. Three of its members qualified to compete May 17 at the Minnesota State High School League state adapted bowling tournament at Bowlero in Brooklyn Park. Pictured, from left, are state qualifiers...
After hearing from residents on Pine Grove Lane at two consecutive regular meetings, the Lake City City Council has directed city staff to bring its street construction plan back for review and possible amendment. Pine Grove Lane from Cross Street to the cul-du-sac and all or part of Maple Place,...
The Lake City City Council Monday hired the firm WSB to develop a plan for the Ohuta Park and marina beach areas. City Planning and Community Development Director Megan Smith told the council that the firm “hits all the boxes that the coundil was looking at” in choosing a planner. In particular,...
The Lake City City Council Monday approved a tax increment financing (TIF) package worth over $2.3 million in an effort to pursuade Hearth and Home Technologies (HHT) to expand operations here rather than in Iowa or Pennsylvania. HHT is proposing to add 150,000 square feet to its 100,000 square...
On Thursday, May 2 the Lake City girls track and field team hosted a six-team invitational at the Lake City Athletic Field.  The Lake City girls team finished first with 166.50 points and was followed by Cannon Falls (136), Zumbrota-Mazeppa (127.50), Kenyon-Wanamingo (57). Wabasha-Kellogg (40) and...
The Lake City Tigers boy’s track and field team stayed at home on May 2.  The boys team finished second with 77 team points, which trailed the winning team of Pine Island which scored 135.5 total team points.Lake City boy’s 4x200 relay team of Ethan Heitman, Ethan Bany, Kris Ryan and Matt Demars...
Seven members of the Lake City Tigers boys track team were named Hiawatha Valley League (HVL) All-Conference following the meet May 11.  Front row, from left: Kris Ryan, Joe Kozlowski and Reese Anderson; back row, from left: Ethan Heitman, Matt DeMars, Ethan Bany and Brady Schurhammer.
Nine members of the Lake City Tigers girls track team were named Hiawatha Valley League (HVL) All-Conference following the meet May 11.  Front row, from left: Avery Grobe, Jacey Majerus, Mela Schmitz, and Samantha Darnell; back row, from left: Carlee Braun, Laurel Custer, Lilly Meincke, Ashley...
The Lake City Tigers boy’s track and field team went on the road May 7 to Winona for true team competition.  The boy’s team finished ninth with 335 team points, which trailed the winning team of Pine Island which scored 534.Ethan Heitman finished first in the high jump with a jump of 6’8”.  Ethan...
On Tuesday, May 7, the Lake City Tigers girls track and field team competed at the Section 1AA True Team meet at the Paul Giel Field in Winona.  The meet consisted of 11 AA schools.  Byron won the girls competition with 516.5 points. Red Wing was second (515) and was followed by Stewartville (482...
Volunteers from the Lake City Lions Club and the Lake City Kiwanis Club made quick work of a big cleaning project at the Hok-Si-La Park dining hall, which has undergone several changes since last fall, according to a news release from the park. Over the winter the dining hall walls were stripped...
Carter Wallerich (left), Lizzi Keller (center) and Ian Halpaus presented to the Lake City Rotary Club on May 13. These Lincoln High School students are part of the school’s FIRST Robotics team. The Lake City Rotary Club meets Mondays at noon at Port 104 in Lake City. Guests are welcome to attend...
School was again in session at the Wabasha County Historical Society, Reads Landing School Museum on May 6, according to a news release. The school bell rang, 25 students from Rolling Meadows Mennonite School in Goodhue took their seats in the classroom. After a brief history of the school and a...
Emily Langfield is this year’s Water Ski Days Button Design Contest winner. The Water Ski Days committee narrowed the field to three buttons where the final three were voted on via Facebook. Emily is the recipient of $100 in Chamber Bucks and will have her design displayed on all 2019 Water Ski...
Lake City volunteer firefighter Justin Cerwinske passes over a sheet of drywall he punched through while navigating an obstacle course Tuesday night at the fire hall. Pairs of firefighters, wearing respirators and masks to prevent them from seeing where they were going, navigated the obstacle...
Editor’s note: The following letter was the basis for remarks delivered during the public forum portion of the May 13 meeting of the Lake City City Council.   To the Lake City mayor and city council: I am Lois Borner and I am coming before you with what is starting out as a citizen initiative....
The Lake City Photography Club invites the public to come to the Lake City Marina to view the new Lake City Photography Club photo exhibit. Funded by a grant from The Greater Lake City Community Foundation, in collaboration with Lake City Area Arts, the exhibit consists of member photos from...
The Goodhue County Board spent part of its meeting May 7 in Kenyon talking about filling two positions: Veterans Service director and District 1 commissioner. The board meets once a year in Kenyon so political science students of former Commissioner Dan Rechtzigel may attend as part of the school...
Motorists using Highway 60 will encounter a detour beginning May 20 between Zumbro Falls and Wabasha as crews begin a paving and culvert replacement project, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Rochester Sand and Gravel, a MnDOT contractor, will be resurfacing and replacing...
Lake City High School’s adapted bowling team had a busy week last week. They started the week with an annual bowling challenge against some of their teachers. This year the students invited teachers Tom Horner, Colin Atkinson and Ross Fuchs to join them in a night of bowling. “All three bowlers,...
Wabasha County Auditor/Treasurer Denise Anderson has announced her resignation, effective May 24. “May 24 will be my last day,”Anderson said during a conversation last week in her office. “I’ll be in Rice County starting May 28.” Anderson said that she had accepted a position as Property Tax...
The Lake City Tigers girls golf team captured the second Hiawatha Valley League (HVL) meet on May 2 at Willow Creek Golf Course in Rochester.  Lake City totaled 327 strokes to win by 43 strokes over Kasson-Mantorville 327-370, followed by Stewartville 382, Cannon Falls 395, Byron 429, and Rochester...
The Lake City Tigers boys tennis team traveled to Stewartville for a rematch May 2 and came away victors 5-2.In singles bracket play, Mitch Medvec led the way with a 6-3, 6-1 win at No. 1 singles.Mitch is currently ranked No. 6 in Class A by the Minnesota Tennis Coaches Association.Alex Holmgren...

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