Market by the Lake resumes June 16

Jun 8, 2022
Lake City Market by the Lake will open its 2022 season on Thursday, June 16, at Ohuta Beach. Markets will continue Thursdays through Sept. 15 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. featuring vendors, live music, and family activities. More information is available at or on the Lake...

Pharmacy announces Alzheimer’s Association donation match program

Jun 8, 2022
During June, Kennedy Drug by Sterling is joining other Sterling pharmacies across southern Minnesota and northern Iowa to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association in honor of their founder, Leonard Astrup. The tradition of turning their pharmacies purple with Alzheimer’s Association pin-ups (...

Public invited to ‘meet the father of water skiing’ at documentary premiere

Jun 8, 2022
The new film, “Ralph Samuelson: The Father of Waterskiing,” will make its debut on Tuesday, June 21 at 7 p.m., in the Lincoln High School Auditorium. Questions and conversation with filmmaker Ben Threinen will follow the film. Everyone – young and old, residents and visitors—is welcome to come and...

Rain holds off, nearly 800 ride in Tour de Pepin

Jun 8, 2022
The Lake City Chamber of Commerce said that “nearly 800 people from across the state, region, and country came to Lake City for the 15th annual Tour de Pepin” on Saturday, June 4. “Initial feedback from the riders has been overwhelmingly positive. We are already excited to start planning next year...

School sends off special class

Jun 8, 2022
The Lincoln High School class of 2022 did something rather unusual Sunday: all 98 members earned diplomas before the ceremony. “We do not know another time where every single student on this stage is earning a diploma in this moment,” Lincoln High School Principal Greg Berge told the graduates and...

Three get scholarships from Catholic United Financial

Jun 8, 2022
Three Lake City-area residents received scholarships from Catholic United Financial, the cooperative announced. They are Jonathan Harvey, Renae Harvey, and Justin Wohlers. According to a news release, scholarship recipients will attend college, trade school or a diploma program in the fall of 2022...

Urdahl will speak about U.S. vs Dakota Indian Confict at June 13 Rotary meeting

Jun 8, 2022
Dean Urdahl, a Minnesota State Representative, will speak about the U.S. vs. Dakota Indian Conflict at the Lake City Rotary Club meeting on Monday, June 13, at noon at Port 104, 104 N. Washington St. The public is invited to attend. A former history teacher, Civil War guru and writer of historical...

Walking Lake Pepin under way, registration remains open

Jun 8, 2022
Sign up for the 15th season of “Walking Lake Pepin” (WLP) is still possible. This community walking challenge invites Lake City residents to sign up and commit to starting or increasing their level of moderate physical activity to improve fitness and “active living.“ This year’s challenge supports...

Fosters make 150 potato gnocchi to mark 150th

Jun 1, 2022
The Larry and Marty Foster family made a platter of exactly 150 potato gnocchi for the “Show Us Your 150” challenge. “Over the 2021 Christmas holidays, seven members of our family (Larry, Marty, one of our daughters Amy, our son Regan and our daughter-in-law Jinny, and two of our grandchildren Mia...

Girls on the Run complete 5K run and community impact project

Jun 1, 2022
Girls grades 3-5 who participated in the eight-week program of Girls on the Run (GOTR) in Lake City completed their 5K run on Saturday, May 21, at AP Anderson Park in Red Wing. The program follows a curriculum for personal development and fitness. In addition to the 5K, GOTR participants created a...


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