Goodhue County 2 bridge reopens

Aug 16, 2023
Goodhue County Public Works Department has announced the reopening of County Road 2 following the replacement of a bridge. Last year an inspection discovered structural problems with the previous bridge, leading officials to close the road. It was reopened with weight restrictions for a time before...

Next summer reading night is Dinosaur themed

Aug 16, 2023
The last summer reading night of the Bluff View Elementary School Summer Reading Program will be Thursday, Aug. 17 (tonight) from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the school. The theme is Dinosaurs. Kids of all ages are welcome to attend and come and go as they need.

Traveling tuba player performs Sunday with Loud Mouth Brass

Aug 16, 2023
Jon Hodkin, the cyclist and tuba player from the United Kingdom, brought his InnerTuba tour to Lake City Tuesday for a series of public events. On Tuesday he performed a children’s concert at the Lake City Public Library. On Thursday, Aug. 17, (tonight) he’ll be at Lake City Area Arts, 105 W....

Child recreates ‘Swede’s’ football photo

Aug 16, 2023
Oscar “Swede” Ostrom grew up in Reads Landing and attended Reads Landing School. His mother also taught at the school. Upon retiring, Swede moved back to Wabasha and became an active and dedicated Wabasha County Historical Society Board Member. He spent many hours volunteering at the Reads...

Community choir sings anthems at Y-Knot Tri triathlon start

Aug 16, 2023
The singing of the National Anthem and the Lake City Alma Mater helped launch this year’s Y-Knot Tri triathlon event at Ohuta Park on Saturday, Aug. 12. Singers and supporters of all ages joined in the tributes to our nation and “our beautiful city by the bay” led by Lake City Community Choir...

Fishing with the Fuzz a success

Aug 16, 2023
The Lake City Police Department reports that its annual Fishing with the Fuzz children’s fishing event on Aug. 12 at the Lake City Marina was a success. “I couldn’t be prouder of our officers and the children who joined us today for Fishing with the Fuzz,” Lake City Police Chief Cory Kubista said...

New Hope Church plans outdoor worship at Hok-si-la Park

Aug 16, 2023
New Hope Church will be meeting and worshipping outdoors for its Sunday service at the Hok-Si-La Park Chapel at 10:30 a.m. on Aug. 20. The outdoor worship is weather permitting—if it is raining, they will meet at the church at 302 N. Prairie St. Hok-Si-La’s chapel has log benches, so the church...

Volunteers sought for Hiawatha Mobilepack

Aug 16, 2023
Volunteers are needed for the next Hiawatha Valley Mobilepack, which plans to pack its 1 millionth meal for Feed My Starving Children at this year’s event. This year the Mobilepack will happen at Plainview Church of Christ, 205 1st St. NE, Plainview. Two-hour packing sessions are scheduled for...

Walking Lake Pepin group explores Camp Lakeview

Aug 16, 2023
The Walking Lake Pepin (WLP) group of 18 walked from Schleicher’s Funeral Home to the site of the two old warehouses on South Oak Street between the DNR complex and the Sportsman’s Club location. They were met at the site by Andru Peters, who recently authored a book on the history of Camp...

Y-Knot Tri, Float-a-palooza bring hundreds to lakefront

Aug 16, 2023
The Lake City Chamber of Commerce’s Y-Knot Tri triathlon and Float-a-palooza brought people to the beach at Ohuta Park Saturday for paddling, running, riding, floating, food, prizes, and live music. The Lake City Community Choir sang both the National Anthem and the Lake City Alma Mater at the...


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