Elder Network launches Lake City care giver group

Jan 11, 2023
Starting in February Elder Network will be offering a support group for care givers in Lake City. The group will meet the fourth Tuesday of the month at the Lake City Public Library from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. People who “get exhausted and are looking for information or resources and some...

Hok-Si-La illuminated walk is Feb. 11

Jan 11, 2023
“Grab your boots, snowshoes and skis” because Hok-Si-La Park in Lake City and the Lake City Lions Club will host an illuminated walk at the park on Feb. 11 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The path will follow the park’s south loop illuminated by hundreds of luminaries. Afterwards participants are invited to...

Library offers Tips for Decluttering on Jan. 26

Jan 11, 2023
The Lake City Public Library invites the public on Thursday, Jan. 26, at 6:30 p.m., to Tidy Solutions: Tips for Decluttering Your Home. “Professional organizer Tricia Herron Meyers of Tidy Solutions will discuss tips and tricks on how you can declutter and organize everything from your junk...

Library presents ‘The Art and Science of Sourdough’ on Jan. 28

Jan 11, 2023
The Lake City Public Library invites the public to The Art and Science of Sourdough, with local educator Anna Karsten on Saturday, Jan. 28, at 10 a.m. at the Lake City Public Library. Karsten “will share her journey through the trials, errors, and successes of making sourdough. She will cover the...

No longer county attorney, Kelly still plans to help crime victims

Jan 11, 2023
Now-former Wabasha County Attorney Karrie Kelly left office on Jan. 3, when Matt Stinson took office after beating the incumbent Kelly in the general election Nov. 8. Kelly came to Wabasha County as an assistant county attorney in 2000 after 10 years working as an assistant county attorney in...

Students raise over $700 for Lake City families in need

Jan 11, 2023
For the past ten years ninth graders at Lincoln High School have done a service project called Penny Wars. The activity is introduced by the team of ninth grade advisory teachers typically around Thanksgiving time. Students are encouraged to bring in spare change (or dollar bills) to donate to...

Sustainable agriculture and forestry scholarship available

Jan 11, 2023
The Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry Scholarship Endowment Fund invites qualified students to apply for the upcoming fall/spring season scholarship. The Fund is managed by the Rochester Area Foundation and their application portal will be open from Jan. 5 to March 30. This is a $5,000...

Thomas joins Chamber staff, Hoffman transitions to tourism, Council approves tourism budget

Jan 11, 2023
Heather Thomas has joined the Lake City Chamber of Commerce staff as its Events and Office Coordinator, and former Chamber Executive Director Ed Hoffman is moving into a tourism and communications role. “We are excited to announce that our chamber staff has grown to three, and now more than ever,...

Wrestlers beat Byron, take 2nd in tourney

Jan 11, 2023
The Tiger wrestling team returned from the holiday break on Jan. 5 with a dual meet at Byron and an individual tournament on Saturday, Jan. 7 at Tartan High School. The meet at Byron featured 7 pins for the Tigers and one win by decision enroute to a 45-30 win over the Bears. Lyncoln Watters...

A great day to skate

Jan 4, 2023
About 20 young skaters took the ice at Underwood Park Dec. 28 to play tag, hockey, do figure skating moves, or just skate around. The hockey rink was off limits for a time due to a visit from celebrated hockey player, Taylor Heise, a Lake City native who was being interviewed there for a...


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