Four members of the Lake City Ambulance Service were recognized Monday by the Lake City City Council. On Aug. 9 they responded to a cardiac arrest call, “administered excellent life-saving interventions.”
Hundreds turned out, many more than once. Some came to honor, others to be honored at Veterans Day events in Lake City on Monday, Nov. 11.
The Lake City City Council devoted about half of its workshop meeting Monday night to a discussion of the city’s 34 uncontrolled intersections but didn’t appear inclined to make any drastic changes.
Students from Lincoln High School do what needs to be done to get the lights high up in a Patton Park tree on Nov. 7. The pair was among a group of students helping to put up lights around the park for the holiday lighting event planned for Saturday...
Wow! The use of this three-letter expression is reserved for only such times when you are truly impressed, blown away, taken aback or struck with a sense of awe -- like standing on the brink of the cliff and viewing the Grand Canyon for the first...
Great River Homes, Inc. recognized the Lincoln High School dance team at the annual Providers’ Network Good Neighbor Banquet on Nov. 6.
Four members of the Lake City Ambulance Service were recognized Monday by the Lake City City Council. On Aug. 9 they responded to a cardiac arrest call, “administered excellent life-saving interventions.”
City representatives kept what they hope is a winning formula for their second presentation to lawmakers with sway over the city’s request for about $3.4 million from the state for waterfront and infrastructure improvements. The location, the speakers, the speeches, even the local baked goods were...
The Lake City City Council devoted about half of its workshop meeting Monday night to a discussion of the city’s 34 uncontrolled intersections but didn’t appear inclined to make any drastic changes. Intersections are uncontrolled if they have no stop signs or lights directing traffic....
Hundreds turned out, many more than once. Some came to honor, others to be honored at Veterans Day events in Lake City on Monday, Nov. 11. Two local schools held public programs with music and speakers. The Bluffs of Lake City also hosted a program (see related story). At Lincoln High School,...
Bluff View winners posters
The Lake City Fire Department sponsored contests at Bluff View Elementary and St. John’s Parachial School to bring awareness to fire prevention during Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6-12  This year’s Fire Prevention Week theme was “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape, Plan and Practice Your Escape.”...
Lake City Tigers volleyball coach Kirk Thornton has been named Coach of the Year for Section 1AA girls volleyball for the 2019 season by his coaching peers. The Minnesota Coaches Association sponsors this award.  Thornton led the Lake City volleyball team to a Sub-Section 1AA East runner-up finish...
Students from Lincoln High School do what needs to be done to get the lights high up in a Patton Park tree on Nov. 7. The pair was among a group of students helping to put up lights around the park for the holiday lighting event planned for Saturday, Nov. 30. From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., people can come...
The Lake City City Council Monday honored Maggie Simons with a citizen recognition. For 20 years, Simons has organized the Sailing for Leukemia Fundraiser put on by the Lake City Yacht Club. The annual fundraiser lets people experience sailing on Lake Pepin in exchange for a donation to the...
To the editor: Cinderella! What a great play performed by Lake City High School students! You should have seen the carriage that was made for Cinderella. It was amazing. It was pulled by horses that they made and it was lighted up plus the students were inside the horses and pulled the carriage...
Wow! The use of this three-letter expression is reserved for only such times when you are truly impressed, blown away, taken aback or struck with a sense of awe -- like standing on the brink of the cliff and viewing the Grand Canyon for the first time or having your heart-strings tugged at during a...
To the editor: We attended the Veterans Day Program in St. John’s Parochial School on Monday, November 11th. It was excellent! The children did so well in their singing! The room was decorated in red, white, and blue, and I noted big posters hanging on the wall that were colored and made by...
The Lake City Kiwanis Christmas Project is underway. Toys can be delivered to collection boxes at the following sites: Alliance Bank, Fiesta Foods, St John’s School, Swan’s Jewelry, Anytime Fitness, Bluff View Elementary School, and the Lake City Public Library. Unwrapped toys should be...
The Jewel Golf Club in Lake City hosted a 9-1-1 Golf Event on Oct. 18 to thank first responders for their service, commemorate October as Domestic Violence Awareness month, and raise funds for HOPE Coalition’s Outreach Office in Wabasha County. A total of $4,229.55 was raised. The idea of a golf...
No one complained. The Goodhue County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday unanimously voted to approve an amendment to an existing conditional-use permit for Circle K Family Farms to add a farrowing barn and gestation barn to the existing feedlot at the family’s farm. The last time the Kohlnhofer...
Linda Flanders will get to work quickly on behalf of Goodhue County District 1 residents. After 200 days without a representative, voters in Welch Township and western Red Wing on Tuesday, Nov. 4, elected Flanders to the County Board. According to Brian Anderson of the county’s finance and...
Red Wing emergency responder vehicles will travel across the new Red Wing bridge to celebrate the start of traffic on the structure when it opens in mid-November, according to MnDOT and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
The Wabasha County Board of Commissioners voted Nov. 4 to make the county’s auditor/treasurer (A/T) position appointed rather than elected.. Board Chair Don Springer was absent and Vice Chair Mike Wobbe chaired the meeting. The other three commissioners were present, along with County...
Great River Homes, Inc. recognized the Lincoln High School dance team at the annual Providers’ Network Good Neighbor Banquet on Nov. 6.
The public is invited to see artist and pastor Paul Oman paint a larger-than-life sized mural of  “Living the Unconditional Grace and Love of Jesus Christ” during the worship service at First Lutheran Church, 100 Peace Ridge, Lake City on Sunday, Nov. 17 at 9 a.m.   This story will unfold...

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