Delaney Issendorf recently received her award from the Minnesota State High School League after being selected to the 2020 All-State Class AA team as an outside hitter. She is Lake City’s first player to receive this award. Issendorf started on the...
Real estate agent and broker Diane Schurhammer found more than a new location for Schurhammer Real Estate at 212 S. Washington Street in Lake City.
My husband Colin and I attended the dance line performances of our granddaughters Mela and Jane Schmitz Feb. 16 Lincoln High School.
Lake City Dance Team competed on Saturday Feb. 20, in Byron for the Hiawatha Valley League (HVL) Championship Competition. Lake City placed first in high kick to become the HVL champions. They also placed second in jazz.
Freshman Hunter Lorenson dropped a career-high 20 points Saturday afternoon, but it was not enough as Lake City fell to Stewartville 57-46 at Lincoln High School.
Friday the Tiger girls basketball team traveled to take on Rochester Lourdes in another big Hiawatha Valley League matchup. Lake City won 53-43. The Lake City Tigers came in with an 8-2 record overall and Lourdes with a 7-3 record.
Delaney Issendorf recently received her award from the Minnesota State High School League after being selected to the 2020 All-State Class AA team as an outside hitter. She is Lake City’s first player to receive this award. Issendorf started on the varsity team for four seasons. She was selected...
Another pop-up event is coming to the Lake Pepin ice near the government pier this weekend. Mark Nichols announced the “Pop-up Winter Kite Flying and Skating Get-together” Tuesday on Facebook. He’s inviting people come to the government pier beach Saturday, Feb. 27, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. for...
Real estate agent and broker Diane Schurhammer found more than a new location for Schurhammer Real Estate at 212 S. Washington Street in Lake City. If that address isn’t familiar, the name Rustic might be. For 15 years it has operated as a coop led by Margo Yotter selling food and, famously,...
A grant from the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) will allow Lake City to do a demonstration project at an intersection heavily used by Lincoln High School students. During peak times of the school year, students numbering in the hundreds cross Lakewood Avenue on foot on South...
The Wabasha County Board of Commissioners had scheduled a work session to discuss the candidates for the County Administrator position that was to follow the regular meeting on Feb. 16, but after discussion, they re-scheduled it for the next day, Feb. 17 at 5 p.m., a convenient time for all Board...
The Lake City Youth Ice Fishing tournament Saturday in the Lake City marina attracted 85 boys and girls total in two age groups - 10 and under, and 11 through 18. This was the first of what organizers hope will become an annual event. Money raised at the tournament will help support the Lake City...
Junior Sam Nutt has earned a pin commemorating his 25th pin as a member of the Lake City High School wrestling team. Nutt has been on a roll with pins with 10 on the season and 28 for his career. He currently holds a record 15-2 for the season wrestling at 182 and 195 pounds for the Tigers.
Noah Thomas scored with two seconds remaining as Triton defeated Lake City 62-60 to take over first place in the Hiawatha Valley League Blue Division last Thursday night in Dodge Center. Lake City appeared to be holding for the final shot of the game, but Jaxon Sackett forced a steal out on the...
The Lake City (LC) High School wrestling team took to the mat for four duals again this week, coming out on top in three of the meets. On Thursday, Feb. 18, the Tigers hosted Hiawatha Valley League (HVL) opponent Cannon Falls along with non-conference opponent Chatfield. In the opening dual Lake...
The annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in Wabasha is canceled this year. “The Wabasha Area Irishmen began their annual parade in 1988. They marched in snow, rain and sunshine but this year will not be having a parade for obvious reasons. The COVID virus has claimed many activities and gatherings...
The Lake City Tigers girls basketball team beat Chatfield on February 15 by a score of 89-55. Lake City scored right away when Natalie Bremer grabbed the tip and found Mya Shones all alone on the block. Shones passed to a cutting Grace Bany cutting in for two points. Chatfield answered with a...
Friday the Tiger girls basketball team traveled to take on Rochester Lourdes in another big Hiawatha Valley League matchup. Lake City won 53-43. The Lake City Tigers came in with an 8-2 record overall and Lourdes with a 7-3 record. Natalie Bremer picked up the first assist of the game, getting...
Enthusiasm is high and foundation work continues on the Lake City Lamppost Banner Program, a committee working on the project reports. On Tuesday, Feb. 23, they temporarily installed a prototype metal banner on Lakeshore Drive to visually check for fit and appearance. This banner is made of...
Freshman Hunter Lorenson dropped a career-high 20 points Saturday afternoon, but it was not enough as Lake City fell to Stewartville 57-46 at Lincoln High School. University of Michigan commit Will Tschetter was held to a season-low 18 points, but Stewartville got 13 points from Nolan Stier and...
The Semcac senior dining service that operates out of Lake Pepin Plaza in Lake City has announced that to-go lunches are now available curb-side. People who are or know someone who is over 60 years old and could use a nutritious meal can call 507-864-8231 or contact Lyle at 651-345-5977. More...
Lake City Public Schools is joining other public school districts from across the state to celebrate School Board Recognition Week to honor local board members. The Minnesota School Boards Association has set February 22-26 as Minnesota School Board Recognition Week “to build awareness and...
Riverside Concerts and the Lake City Public Library invite the public to hear string quartet Invoke. This Facebook Live event takes place on Thursday, March 4, at 7 p.m. and is free to the public. A link to this Facebook Live event can be found on the Lake City Public Library Facebook page....
Last weekend the Lake City Tiger girls bowling team traveled to Riverboat Lanes in Wabasha for their last two regular season matches. In their first match they bowled Rochester John Marshall. The girls came out hot starting out with 205 and never let up, winning the first four games to get the...
I just got caught up on reading the Jan. 28 issue of the Lake City Graphic. I was frustrated to see that you went against your own guidelines of “keep it local” and printed a national issue political letter to the editor from someone who doesn’t even live in the vicinity of Lake City. If I wanted...
Lake City Dance Team competed on Saturday Feb. 20, in Byron for the Hiawatha Valley League (HVL) Championship Competition. Lake City placed first in high kick to become the HVL champions. They also placed second in jazz. All-Conference recipients for jazz were: Mela Schmitz, Liberty Heise, and...
My husband Colin and I attended the dance line performances of our granddaughters Mela and Jane Schmitz Feb. 16 Lincoln High School. This was organized by dance line coaches and helper Adam Schmimbeno for relatives that maybe had not before seen them perform before this evening. How great was...
Former Lake City golf teammates, Lexi Geolat and Ava Wallerich, are teammates again this spring season at North Dakota State University (NDSU). The Bison women’s golf team recently played and practiced at Rancho LaQuinta Golf Club in LaQuinta, Calif., on Feb. 12-15. A highlight of the trip was to...
Lake City Area Arts (LCAA) has announced the addition of another new board member: Rose Fernald. “Rose has lived and traveled all over the west coast but was born in Barstow, Calif. She moved to Lake City from Bend, Oregon in 2016 and is the mother of two boys, ages 7 and 4,” the group said in a...
Registration for the 2021 season of the Lake City Community Garden will run from Monday, March 1, through Friday, March 19. Registration materials are posted on the City of Lake City website, ci.lake-city.mn.us. Additionally, printed copies may be obtained at the office of Planning and Community...
After an article in the Graphic about the city cutting down ash trees and otherwise trimming trees on public rights-of-way and public property, the city public works department started getting calls from people asking the city to work on trees growing on private property. The department wants to...

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