Volunteers enrich lives of Great River Homes residents

Apr 10, 2019
The vision of Great River Homes, Inc. is for all people with developmental disabilities to have full and abundant lives, according to a news release. Volunteers are part of that vision.Lisa Valkos is a volunteer who enjoys sharing experiences with Linda and Cheryl.  Lisa states that her reason for...

Grades 7-9 students of the month selected at Lincoln

Apr 10, 2019
Students of the Month for grades seven through nine at Lincoln High School, including one boy and one girl from these grades are selected each month.  February students include, front row, from left: Emma Kopp, Liberty Heise and Timothy Cooper; back row, from left: Kris Ryan, Hannah Aldrich and...
2nd place sends Rol to state

Rol advances to state, team ties for third in section speech

Apr 10, 2019
The Lake City High School speech team ended its season on Saturday with a tie with Fillmore Central for third place in Section 1A.  With a slightly smaller team this year, Lake City brought 19 students to sub-sections on April 1.  Through three tough rounds of competition, rooms with rabbits and...

Choir to present ‘songs of Holy Week’

Apr 10, 2019
The adult choir of St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church will hold a public performance of songs of Holy Week on Sunday, April 14, at 4 p.m. at the church. Directed by Lisa Wallerich, accompanied by Sue McElmury, “the adult choir will sing music from one of our favorite times of year,” the group...

Correction: Photo is of Brown at Rotary

Apr 10, 2019
The above photo of Steve Brown and his drone was erroneously used to illustrate a caption in Lake Week’s Graphic about Brown’s presentation to the Lake City Kiwanis Club. The photo is from his March 25 presentation to the Lake City Rotary Club.

Hims sing at Lake City Area Arts benefit concert

Apr 10, 2019
The Winona Hims, a men’s choir from Winona, performed Sunday at First Lutheran Church. Lake City Area Arts (LCAA) organized the concert. Freewill donations from audience members totalling over $600 will support future LCAA events and activities. In a letter published in this week’s issue, LCAA Vice...

Honky-Tonk Jump brings western swing to Oak Center Saturday

Apr 10, 2019
Western swing band Honky-Tonk Jump will perform at Oak Center General Store’s Folk Forum on Saturday, April 13, at 8 p.m. The band describes the genre as an “uptempo melting pot of cowboy, string band, blues and jazz, born in the formative years 1929 to 1936 and enduring today.” Two members, Dan...

Live Music: 
Dan Ferstenou at the Railhouse April 12

Apr 10, 2019
St. Paul-based singer-guitarist Dan Ferstenou will perform Friday, April 12, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Railhouse Grill in Lake City. “Growing up in western Wisconsin, Dan taught himself guitar at a young age. He has been a member of various rock, blues, and acoustic bands over the years,...

Robotics students present to Kiwanis

Apr 10, 2019
Three members of the Lincoln High School First Robotics team gave a presentation about the team’s robot to the Lake City Kiwanis Club at its April 3 meeting. Pictured with the robot are (from left) Ian Halpaus, Zack Dudley, and Allison Keller.

School staff don shirts to bring attention to autism month

Apr 10, 2019
April is Autism Awareness Month, and 21 Lincoln High School staff members purchased autism t-shirts to raise autism awareness, according to Lincoln High School special education teacher Siri Vollan. Autism spectrum disorder is a group of developmental disorders that can impact how a person...


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