Members of the Lake City Fire Department spent time around a hole in the ice on Lake Pepin Tuesday night to practice techniques for rescuing someone who has fallen through the ice. Above, a firefighter slides a board underneath another firefighter...
The Lake City City Council on Jan. 13 tabled one proposed traffic change in Lake City during the upcoming highway construction and approved another on a split vote.
Abby Breyfogle said she has been listening the the radio station KDWB “since I was born, basically.”
Lake City already had one reason to be optimistic about the coming state bonding bill. Now it has a few more.
To the editor: My husband and I moved to Lake City’s Jewel Golf Community within the past month.
The distinctive Destination Lake City (DLC) logo depicts a notional sailboat on Lake Pepin that advertises and promotes “our town” as a vibrant place to live, work, play, and visit. DLC was formed in 2014 to advocate opportunities and projects for...
Members of the Lake City Fire Department spent time around a hole in the ice on Lake Pepin Tuesday night to practice techniques for rescuing someone who has fallen through the ice. Above, a firefighter slides a board underneath another firefighter playing the victim. Once the victim was on the...
The Lake City City Council approved a new contract with Hagedorn Enterprises for solid waste and recycling services. Under the agreement, residential trash and recycling service for a typical household will increase 64 cents to $16.98 and $4.10 respectively. City Public Works Director Scott Jensen...
Lake City Police Department has released the name of the person believed to have died when the RV they were in caught fire Dec. 27 at 914 N. High Street. The victim was 57-year-old Glenn Dale Moede. His family has been notified, according to police. Officials think the fire was accidental. A...
Lake City already had one reason to be optimistic about the coming state bonding bill. Now it has a few more. Gov. Tim Walz announced Jan. 15 more of his priorities for inclusion in the bonding bill. They include over $2 million in matching funds to help Lake City construct 280-foot breakwaters at...
Abby Breyfogle said she has been listening the the radio station KDWB “since I was born, basically.” When Falen, one of their on-air personalities, started a podcast called “Heartbroken with Falen” following a difficult breakup, she started listening in that format as well. Each episode features a...
The Lake City City Council on Jan. 13 tabled one proposed traffic change in Lake City during the upcoming highway construction and approved another on a split vote. They tabled the temporary closure of a block of South High Street beginning at Lakewood Avenue and extending one block north, which...
—Photos by Kelly Nelson
During last Thursday night’s dual in Cannon Falls, the Lake City Tigers took on the Bombers with their usual fighting spirit.  With five pins and nine overall wins, the match was a great victory of 44-25.The team started out behind with two losses, a close win, and another close loss.  By the sixth...
The Lake City Tigers girls basketball team (14-4 overall) continued their winning streak on the road to Kasson-Mantorville to take on the KoMets (11-5 overall) and coming  home with the win 71-58.  The KoMets took a quick 6-0 lead, coming out with a full court press. The Tigers got on board with a...
—Photo by Dave Ender
The Tigers hosted the Dover-Eyota Eagles on Thursday, Jan. 16, looking to increase their winning streak to seven games.  Lake City won the battle 70-60.The Eagles got a couple of quick baskets on the Tigers and led 5-0 early.  Ava Wallerich hit a 3-pointer from the top of the key. Then Natalie...
—Photo by Dave Ender
A 15-2 run by Lake City to open the game set the stage for a fourth straight blowout victory as the Tigers steamrolled Kasson-Mantorville 71-45 last Tuesday night at Lincoln High School.The Tigers scored the first nine points of the contest as Nathan Heise scored seven early points including his...
Lake Hits 95 host Brent Johnson (above, back row left) was the guest emcee for the recent Bluff View Elementary School Tiger Pride awards ceremony. Winners were (above, front row, from left) Ashley Mellgren, Alec Veronen, Zoie Adler, (second row, from left) Grace Gruhlke, Mitchell Banaszynski,...
Jennifer White of Lake City’s Environmental Learning Program (ELP) accepted a $2,500 donation from Lake City Sportsman’s Club manager John Brinkman last week. The Lake City Sportsman’s Club is proud to support ELP’s efforts to promote youth outdoor recreation and education in the community, the...
Lincoln High School student Gabriela Herrera Mateo (left) was one of six recipients of the Overcoming Adversity, Keeping Strong (OAKS) scholarship on Jan. 9. Rochester Community and Technical College (RCTC) presents the award annually to “six extraordinary students who have overcome adversity in...
911 lines in Wabasha County were down for hours the night of Sunday, Jan. 19, according to the Wabasha County Sheriff’s Office. “The Wabasha County Sheriff’s Office is confirming that on Jan. 19 at approximately 2311 hours the 911 emergency lines went down and were not working. The 911 caller...
To the editor: My husband and I moved to Lake City’s Jewel Golf Community within the past month. On the afternoon of Sunday, Jan. 13, our seven-year-old goldendoodle named Piper decided to take advantage of an open front door and go “exploring” on her own, disappearing overnight in freezing...
Reid Gastner and Nate Heise from the Lake City High School boys basketball team were the guest speakers at the Jan. 20 Lake City Rotary Club meeeting.  As of the meeting, the Tigers’ record was 11-1, second in state below Caledonia.  When they played Caledonia earlier in the season, they tlost by...
The January meeting of the Lake City Photography Club began with a review of the #TRADITIONS photo challenge.  Not surprisingly, food was a common element in many of the submissions. Members chose a clock portrait by Roger Rose to represent this challenge. Roger’s inspiration was the treasured...
The month of January is important for those interested in handwriting. It is the official holiday that celebrates and commemorates the practice of handwriting with pen or pencil.
Seven years ago, three female students who did not participate in winter sports asked Tom Horner, one of Lincoln High’s physical education teachers, to help them with weightroom workouts.  Horner created a customized workout. Shortly after trying it out, the students shared that they were having...
The distinctive Destination Lake City (DLC) logo depicts a notional sailboat on Lake Pepin that advertises and promotes “our town” as a vibrant place to live, work, play, and visit. DLC was formed in 2014 to advocate opportunities and projects for action by the city. Please consider joining; you...

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