A sailing ship flying the flags of England and the United Kingdom is a focal point of the Sanborns’ Thanksgiving display on Lakeshore Drive at the Jewell Avenue intersection.
Bluff View Elementary School kindergarteners, third graders, and fifth graders recently did fire safety activities and contests with the help of the Lake City Fire Department to mark Fire Prevention Week. In kindergarten, Alexis Tomfohrde won a toy...
A pandemic shortened 2020 football season reached its conclusion Friday night in Golden Valley as Breck defeated Lake City 35-21 in the section 4AAA playoffs.
The final game of the 2020 volleyball season didn’t quite end the way Lake City’ Tigers would have wished, but it certainly wasn’t a failure.
The Lake City Tigers celebrated their volleyball seniors Nov. 13 prior to their game against Goodhue, which the Tigers won, 3-2. Front row, from left to right are: Ashley Lou, Jamee Norlund, Elyse Dalager, and Ryann Willers.
Another Tiger volleyball game, another Tiger record. This time it was Delaney Issendorf going down in Tiger history with her 1,000th career kill during match two of a five-match victory over the Goodhue Wildcats last Friday, Nov. 13.
Distribution of 147 boxes of food from Channel One was supposed to begin at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. But with cars already lining up to receive the boxes at 10 a.m., the volunteers working the food distribution event decided to open early. By about 10:45 a.m., all the food was gone and some people had...
The City of Lake City’s compost site on Territorial Road closed for the season Wednesday, Nov. 25. When it opens again in the spring there could be new policies in place. Costs and space have become an issue at the compost site. City Public Works Director Scott Jensen told the City Council on Nov...
The City of Lake City has advertised for bids for a multi-use recreation trail from Central Point Road to the Hok-Si-La Park entrance. Bids for constructing the trail are due by 11 a.m., Dec. 10, when they will be opened and read aloud at City Hall.
A sailing ship flying the flags of England and the United Kingdom is a focal point of the Sanborns’ Thanksgiving display on Lakeshore Drive at the Jewell Avenue intersection.
There won’t be a Santa Paws tree at the Lake City Public Library this year for people who want to buy gifts for pets awaiting adoption. “The Hiawatha Animal Humane Society and the Lake City Public Library regret to announce that we must cancel our traditional co-sponsored Santa Paws Tree this year...
Lincoln High School student athletes participating in fall activities were recently recognized for their achievement in the classroom as well as their participation in league sponsored activities. The Spotlight on Scholarship recognition program is sponsored by the Minnesota State High School...
It took a match against the Goodhue Wildcats for the Tigers to get in their groove on Goodhue’s court, Nov. 18, but once they did, there was no stopping them. Match one started a little rough for Lake City as they found themselves behind 2-11 until Ava Brunn and Hannah Labonte stepped up and sent...
The final game of the 2020 volleyball season didn’t quite end the way Lake City’ Tigers would have wished, but it certainly wasn’t a failure. This group of young ladies that have played, laughed, and cried together since fifth grade walked off the court in Stewartville at night’s end with smiles...
From the onset of match one, Nov. 16, it appeared the Lake City Tigers were going to own the Byron Bears on the volleyball court. It didn’t quite turn out that way. The success in the beginning of match one was due in major part to the tenacity of Olivia Pennington and Elyse Dalager. Their...
Our community has once again stepped up with their generous donations to the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts in food for the Lake City Food Shelf. They delivered 1,131 pounds of food on Saturday morning. Even with the change of curbside delivery, we have been able to help those in need. Our volunteers...
A Thrivent Action Team in Lake City led by Sandra Bendickson hosted a Masks for Teachers event. The masks from Sandy Bendickson and her Thrivent Action Team’s event were presented to Bluff View Elementary on Nov. 16. Principal Jim Borgschatz was there to receive the timely gift. Bendickson and...
Each month throughout the school year Lincoln High School selects Students of the Month. One girl and one boy are chosen in grades seven through nine for excellence achieved at Lincoln. October Students of the Month are pictured below.
You might say that 2020 has been a pretty challenging year. We need something to look forward to. Lake City Area Arts would like you to help light up Lake City. Put your outside decorations up and call or email me. We will put your address on a map and starting Dec. 4 folks can drive by and see...
The Lake City Kiwanis Club is offering a way to participate in its annual Christmas toy project without leaving home. People can now shop online and have the gifts shipped to Kiwanis Toy Project, 1018 Talon Ave., Wabasha, MN 55981. Kiwanis has also announced two additional locations to drop off...
A pandemic shortened 2020 football season reached its conclusion Friday night in Golden Valley as Breck defeated Lake City 35-21 in the section 4AAA playoffs. Junior quarterback Justin Wohlers accounted for three touchdowns, but it was not enough for the Tigers as they closed the campaign with a 2-...
Late in the afternoon of Nov. 17 a deer hunter threw off deer remains (guts and hide) just below our driveway on the hill off 310th Avenue. Our dog found that mess, ate some of it and dragged the hide onto our house yard. Our dog is housed in our house garage and was sick overnight, vomiting and...
In action taken during their regular meeting on Nov. 17, the Wabasha County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to accept the resignation of County Administrator Brian Buhmann, without further discussion, effective Nov. 12. All commissioners were present with Rich Hall attending via Zoom....
Valley View Assembly of God has concieved a family activity for the Advent season, the four weeks leading up to Christmas. They are offering a scavenger hunt with a Christmas theme. Anyone “looking for a covid-friendly activity to share with your family this holiday” is welcome to participate....
Bluff View Elementary School kindergarteners, third graders, and fifth graders recently did fire safety activities and contests with the help of the Lake City Fire Department to mark Fire Prevention Week. In kindergarten, Alexis Tomfohrde won a toy fire truck. Third graders participated in a...

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