The City of Lake City is hiring lifeguards and a pool manager as the city prepares to assume management of the O’Neil Community Swimming Pool this summer.
Destination Lake City (DLC) is inviting the community to join them for a spring clean up day for Lake City on April 24, weather permitting.
Crews from River City Welding replace the flotation tubs that support the Lake City Marina’s 800 dock with the help of a barge with a lift parked in a nearby dock slip. The old flotation tubs were saturated and in need of replacement, according to...
The Lake City High School girls basketball team’s first trip to the state tournament in 37 years ended March 30 with a loss to New London-Spicer in Chanhassen. It was the final game as a Tiger for the team’s only senior, Grace Bany (pictured, at...
Chuck and Judy Bremer of Lake City have donated money to the Greater Lake City Community Foundation (GLCCF) in honor of Chuck’s parents, Harold and Iris Bremer, who were involved in agriculture their entire lives, according to GLCCF.
Lake City Elementary wrestlers completed an abbreviated season a few weeks ago. The season consisted of six practices over a three-week period.
The City of Lake City is hiring lifeguards and a pool manager as the city prepares to assume management of the O’Neil Community Swimming Pool this summer. City officials had been planning for the Red Wing YMCA to once again manage the pool after what the city deemed a successful first summer in...
Five for Food, an initiative of the Greater Lake City Community Foundation for the Lake City Food Shelf, has completed its seventh year with a record of 25 sponsors and $41,065 in total donations. Twenty-five sponsors agreed to donate between $500 and $1,000. The sponsor funds, totaling $17,...
Destination Lake City (DLC) is inviting the community to join them for a spring clean up day for Lake City on April 24, weather permitting. On that day participants will gather at 10 a.m. at Ohuta Park and then clean up along the waterfront to the north and to the south of Ohuta. The clean-up will...
Paraprofessionals working for Lake City Public Schools have formed a union. According to Minnesota Educator, the magazine of the state education professionals union Education Minnesota, 90 percent of the district’s 24 paraprofessionals signed authorization cards in support of unionization. “With...
Last year, as the pandemic worsened, the City of Lake City suspended late fees and disconnections for utility customers that were past due. On March 8 city staff informed the City Council that the city intends to begin notifying customers with past-due balances that late fee charges and...
Crews from River City Welding replace the flotation tubs that support the Lake City Marina’s 800 dock with the help of a barge with a lift parked in a nearby dock slip. The old flotation tubs were saturated and in need of replacement, according to the Jan. 11 Lake City City Council agenda. The...
The Lake City High School girls basketball team’s first trip to the state tournament in 37 years ended March 30 with a loss to New London-Spicer in Chanhassen. It was the final game as a Tiger for the team’s only senior, Grace Bany (pictured, at right). Bany was one of four members of this year’s...
Chuck and Judy Bremer of Lake City have donated money to the Greater Lake City Community Foundation (GLCCF) in honor of Chuck’s parents, Harold and Iris Bremer, who were involved in agriculture their entire lives, according to GLCCF. “My dad also had an interest in education having served on the...
Think you’ve heard it all concerning Lake City’s pickleball pickle because you’ve read about the council vote on funding and informative arguments in letters to the editor? If that’s your view, you’re as wrong as the vote on the matter by the well-intentioned city council.
Lake City Elementary wrestlers completed an abbreviated season a few weeks ago. The season consisted of six practices over a three-week period. “Our goal was to give the kids an opportunity to get some mat time and focus on fun and fundamentals. Competition is not a priority so even though the...
Thanks to our community for the ongoing support for the Lake City Food Shelf. The past year we have made many changes to our delivery system to make curbside a reality for our clients. We’ve had many new volunteers in 2020 and have appreciated help from high school and college students. In May,...
The Lake City Tiger girls basketball team headed to Chanhassen March 30 to take on New London-Spicer (NLS) in Lake City’s first state tournament appearance since 1984. NLS came out on top 78-49. Both teams struggled to get a basket to fall in the first few minutes of the game. The Tigers scored...
I just want to say something about democracy: I am more aware how fragile democracy can be. It is a very important thing we need to realize. Democracy is not a thing, it’s a living, real belief. A feeling of real freedom, respect for others and, most of all, a desire to live your life according to...
On Sunday, April 11, submarine veterans will reinstate National Submarine Day traditions in Minnesota and invite the public to “join members of the Silent Service to celebrate the birthdate of the American submarine.” Ceremonial events take place from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Fort Snelling National...
Supt. Erick Enger said the district will likely finish out the school year in the current (mostly) in-person learning model. In a staggered process last month, the district shifted students in grades four through six from a hybrid model of alternating distance and in-person days to in-person...
At this time of year, the world rejoices, perhaps from religious beliefs and traditions or perhaps from the simple appreciation and wonder of nature during spring renewal. Whatever one’s perspective, now is a perfect time to reflect on what is good in the world and be grateful for our many...

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