Heart attack survivor thanks emergency responders: ‘It’s like a miracle’

Dec 4, 2019
On Aug. 9, Rich Noll, 74, of Waterford, Wis., was nearing the end of a round of golf in Lake City when his heart stopped. John Drinkall, a retired firefighter and paramedic who was golfing with Noll, administered CPR while Noll’s wife Linda called 911. Drinkall continued with CPR for 10 minutes,...

'Tis still the season

Dec 4, 2019
Holiday events continue around the area in the run-up to Christmas on Dec. 25. Friday, Dec. 6 Christmas in Zumbro Falls. See related story. Shear Wizards Holiday Open House. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 111 S. Lakeshore Dr. Cider, cookies, prizes and specials. Friends of the Lake City Public Library...

Chamber presents first dollar to River’s Edge Wellness

Dec 4, 2019
River’s Edge Wellness was presented with a First Dollar from the Lake City Chamber of Commerce last month. Front row, from left: Robyn Udenberg, North Risk Partners; Michelle Larson, Chamber executive director; Mary Nelson, Chamber ambassador; back row, from left: Kathy Jo Rodester, Lakeshore...

Chamber presents first dollar to KT Bee Creations

Dec 4, 2019
KT Bee Creations was presented with a First Dollar from the Lake City Chamber of Commerce in November. From left: Cheryl Geolat, Property Brokers of Minnesota; Michelle Larson, Chamber executive director; Katie Bee, owner of KT Bee Creations; Vicki Krage, Meincke-Schurhammer Real Estate; Robyn...

Hiawatha Animal Humane Society - Pet of the Week

Dec 4, 2019
Di and Monty are still homeless after 18 months in “temporary” foster care. They are a delightful brother and sister who came into care at the Hiawatha Animal Humane Society when they had just turned two. Di is a silver tiger tabby lady (left) and Monty is a white tabby with dark gray patches.  And...

First quarter standout students awarded at Lincoln

Dec 4, 2019
Lincoln High School recognized 16 students in grades 10-12 as “Standout Students” for first quarter of the 2019-20 school year. Standout Students are recognized by their classroom teachers in one of six categories, growth, achievement, attitude, effort, respect, or leadership. Students receiving...

Community supper at St. Mark’s is Detc. 11

Dec 4, 2019
The community supper will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 11, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 110 S. Oak St. in Lake City across from Patton Park - the church with the historical red door.  They will be serving chili and white chicken chili, a variety of toppings, corn bread...

Corpse Reviver performs Dec. 7 in Oak Center

Dec 4, 2019
Minneapolis Americana and Folk trio Corpse Reviver will perform Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Oak Center General Store Folk Forum. Named after a style of drink reputed to ease hangovers, the group performs songs primarily from the Harry Smith Anthology of American Folk Music. Corpse Reviver is Jillian...

Electric vehicle charging station installed

Dec 4, 2019
Lake City’s first electric vehicle charging station is now installed on the Oak Street side of Patton Park. An anonymous donor provided the Level 2 charging unit to the city to install, according to city Public Works Director Scott Jensen. The city will be installing more charging stations next...

Everyday People to perform at Railhouse Dec. 7

Dec 4, 2019
Brent and Sheena, the Red Wing duo known as Everyday People, will perform Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Railhouse Grill in Lake City. Their slogan is “Bringing peace, love, and music to you from the ‘60’s to today!” The performance is from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. There is no cover charge. Railhouse Grill is...


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