St. Mary’s guest speaker postponed

Mar 19, 2020
St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church’s “What’s Love Got To Do With It” presentation originally scheduled to be given by guest speaker Gina Bauer on March 25 is postponed to a later date.

Source of Miller Creek E. coli is a mystery

Mar 19, 2020
Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series on eight Lake Pepin tributaries being published by Lake Pepin Legacy Alliance on its website. People can find out more on Miller Creek is one of several small tributaries flowing into Lake Pepin out of the Mississippi...

School, city mourn an inspiring leader

Mar 19, 2020
Lake City and its students lost a tireless booster when Paul Holland passed away March 11 at age 57. Holland’s most visible role was as Lincoln High School Band director for nearly two decades, but he was very active behind the scenes on events like the Water Ski Days Parade and the Lake City...

School offers free lunch for ages 18 and under

Mar 19, 2020
Lake City Public Schools is serving a bagged lunch along with the following day’s breakfast Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The meals are free of charge to anyone ages 18 and younger. Meals are available for pick-up outside Lincoln High School at Door No. 10 on South Prairie Street...

Photo club plans events

Mar 19, 2020
The March meeting of the Lake City Photography Club began with a review of challenge photos based on the theme “Mess.” Representing this theme is a photo by Jessy Hardy of a knitting project and messy caddy. The new challenge theme is “Favorites.” Members are to take photos of their favorite...

Mediacom adjusts pricing, policies in response to virus

Mar 19, 2020
Mediacom Communications has announced a series of company initiatives it says are directed at helping American families address work, education and health care challenges created by the Coronavirus pandemic. Specific initiatives include: • Increasing the speed of the Mediacom Connect2Compete low...

Mayo plans to defer elective care at least eight weeks

Mar 19, 2020
Mayo Clinic and Mayo Clinic Health System have announced that, beginning March 23, they are deferring elective care for at least eight weeks. A full statement from Dr. Amy Williams, Dean of the Practice at Mayo Clinic, is below: “Mayo Clinic continues to actively monitor all aspects of the COVID-...

DNR: Parks, public lands remain open

Mar 19, 2020
State parks, recreation areas, campgrounds, and other public lands remain open to the public for people to enjoy, but many events and meetings are postponed or canceled, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). “Now is a great time to get outdoors,” said DNR Commissioner...

Dairy princess banquet canceled

Mar 19, 2020
The Wabasha County American Dairy Association and coordinators have decided to cancel this year’s Dairy Princess Banquet due to the Covid-19 pandemic. “It is with a heavy heart that we do so, but our main focus is to keep our advocates and local community members safe. We do still plan to hold a...

Visitor restrictions at Mayo - Lake City

Mar 18, 2020
Mayo Clinic Health System has announced visitor restrictions at its Lake City and other southeast Minnesota facilites.“As Mayo Clinic Health System continues to monitor the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus disease), the ongoing safety of our patients, staff and communities remains our primary...


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