Jake Davidson had given up competitive paintball and taken up darts. Then the pandemic hit. Now he and his brother Matt are the sport’s amateur 10-man world cup champions.
It’s that time of year again. “All I want for Christmas is You” is climbing the charts. And the Lake City Chamber of Commerce is preparing for a park lighting ceremony in Patton Park on Saturday, Nov. 27.
The Lincoln High School jazz band performed on Nov. 19.
Lake City’s junior varsity (JV) Black bowling team won the state title Sunday, Nov. 21, at Southtown Lanes in Bloomington. The team beat the No. 1 seed St. Croix Lutheran - Red to claim the championship. More coverage can be found inside this issue.
Kyle Johnson (left) and Mitch Peters of Knobelsdorff show Bluff View Elementary School students some of the equipment they use in their work as electricians. Later, they read and distributed copies of the book “Build It”.
After a year‘s absence, the Lake City Kiwanis Club has resumed its student of the month recognition.
The City of Lake City and Lake City Public Schools could be nearing a deal that would see the school district take over youth summer recreation programming that the city has managed for decades. Discussions about the possibility have been ongoing for years. The city has shown an interest in...
It’s that time of year again. “All I want for Christmas is You” is climbing the charts. And the Lake City Chamber of Commerce is preparing for a park lighting ceremony in Patton Park on Saturday, Nov. 27. But before that, on Nov. 26 (AKA “Black Friday”) people can take a break from doorbusting and...
Jake Davidson had given up competitive paintball and taken up darts. Then the pandemic hit. Now he and his brother Matt are the sport’s amateur 10-man world cup champions. The NXL world cup is the final tournament of the year for the NXL series. It took place from Nov. 10-14 in Kissimmee, Fla. The...
Several golfers took advantage of mild weather conditions over the weekend and played some late season golf at the Jewel Golf Club. Pictured above, a golfer watches his tee shot on the par three 11th hole as his playing partner looks on. In the background, another twosome plays the 10th hole. A...
After a year‘s absence, the Lake City Kiwanis Club has resumed its student of the month recognition. The three students of the month for November and the Lincoln High School department that nominated them are as follows: (from left) Kris Ryan, band; Jade Kohler, choir; and Mela Schmitz, world...
Kyle Johnson (left) and Mitch Peters of Knobelsdorff show Bluff View Elementary School students some of the equipment they use in their work as electricians. Later, they read and distributed copies of the book “Build It”. The presentation was part of a 10-year $500,000 effort by Knobelsdorff called...
Lake City’s junior varsity (JV) Black bowling team won the state title Sunday, Nov. 21, at Southtown Lanes in Bloomington. The team beat the No. 1 seed St. Croix Lutheran - Red to claim the championship. More coverage can be found inside this issue. Pictured are: (front row, from left) Leighton...
The Lincoln High School jazz band performed on Nov. 19. At left above is Kris Ryan on the bass, at right above is Grace Ackermann on tenor saxophone (trombonist Summer Myers is in the background), and below, from left, are trumpet players McKenna Goihl-Krier, Carly Earnest Miller, and Jaxson Kohrs...
The Wabasha County Board of Commissioners met in their regular meeting on Nov. 16 with a short agenda. Don Springer was absent due to medical reasons. He was present via computer technology known as ZOOM. County Administrator Michael Plante and County Attorney Karrie Kelly were present. There...
It has been said that writing is arguably humanity’s most important invention, because it provides the means to record and pass along knowledge that is between people separated by time and space. Our small city is nestled on the western shores of Lake Pepin, which offers a natural beauty not...
“Right project, wrong location” (excerpted from City Planning meeting). With regard to the proposed apartment building contruction on Hickory Way and Hidden Meadow Lane that is the subject of the city planning committee and city council vote, I’d like to highlight the following points: • It is not...
Wabasha County 4-H had an awards banquet on Sunday, Nov. 14 at the Millville Legion. They celebrated the many achievements of the county’s 4-Hers and honored several members with awards and scholarships. Here is a list of this year’s winners: • Jensen Dahl, Records: Overall Beginner Boy Champion...
The Lake City Kiwanis Christmas Project is underway. Due to COVID-19 things will be different this year but we will adjust. Last year, thanks to the generosity of our community, we provided toys, games, books, school supplies and clothing to 48 families with 117 children who live in the Lake City...
The Wabasha County Senior Action Team is raising awareness and sharing resources to help our community age well. Memory Minder Kits are now available for people in our community with dementia and their care partners. And, a Memory Café – a social gathering for individuals living with dementia and...
In November, the Lake City Lions presented a check to the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester. The amount presented, $7,600, is the proceeds from the past year from the aluminum can collection project at the NAPA store on Lyon Avenue.
Sunday Nov. 21 took Lake City’s junior varsity (JV) Black and Orange bowling teams to the state tournament at Southtown Lanes in Bloomington. The state tournament consisted of three rounds. The first round was 10 games of qualifier. Lake City JV Black qualified No. 1 with a total pin fall of...
October was Domestic Violence Awareness month. To raise awareness and to raise funds for HOPE Coalition, The Jewel Golf Club hosted the annual HOPE 9-1-1 Golf Tournament. “This was only the 3rd year for the event, yet it had a sold-out crowd, a waiting list, and raised over $3,000 through entry...
A special thanks is due to the Congregational Church for their yearly donation for turkey coupons for food shelf clients, Charlie Holter for his donation of 22 turkeys in honor of Linda, and the Cub Scouts for their yearly food drive. This community is blessed with many generous people and...
The Lake City Tiger varsity bowling moved into tournament play this weekend. The team traveled to Echo Lanes in Austin on Saturday Nov. 20 for Super Regionals. Super Regionals sets the stage for those that will go on to compete in the state tournament. Sixteen teams competed for twelve spots....

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