Pepin Valley Dental wins scarecrow contest

Nov 5, 2015
Angie Meyer (left) and Dr. Marie Mueske stand with the Lake Pepin Pepin Valley Dental scarecrow that won the scarecrow contest sponsored by Ryan Repair. The drawing among people who correctly identified all the scarecrows in the contest was won by Katie Tang.

Halloween at the police station

Nov 5, 2015
Kids and parents stopped by the Public Safety Building Oct. 31 for the Lake City Police Department’s first Halloween stop. Cox, who organized the event, said the Halloween participation is part of the departments ongoing efforts to reach out to the community efforts to help familiarize kids and...

Several groups plan events to honor vets as Veterans Day approaches

Nov 5, 2015
Military veterans will be honored in a variety of ways by a variety of organizations around Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11. A Gold Star Family presentation will be made at The Bluffs of Lake City assisted care facility Wednesday to Robert and Lori Hebert. The Heberts’ son, Tony, was killed in...

Halloween: It's not just for kids anymore

Nov 5, 2015
Lake City’s first Halloween Bash brought out dozens of giggling goblins last weekend, but it turns out some of them were going to come out anyway. The bash, held Friday night at the Lake City Sportsman’s Club, drew 100 people, most of them in costume, about what organizers had hoped for the initial...

Belvidere is Club of the Year in Goodhue County

Nov 5, 2015
For 77 years, the Red Wing Noontime Kiwanis Club has been recognizing 4-H clubs in Goodhue County, selecting and announcing a 4-H “Club of the Year” every October at the Kiwanis 4-H Club Banquet.Kiwanis members choose the 4-H Club of the Year through a selection process, based on each club’s...

Class of 1949 gathers for reunion

Nov 5, 2015
The Lincoln High School class of 1949 held its reunion on Oct. 17.  There are about 28 of the original class members of 52 living and 24 deceased.  Seated from left: Katharine (Heise) Gardner, Gloria (Holst) Henn, and Loa (Hoops) Lorentzen; standing from left: Roger Heise, Marlys (Hattemer)...

Ribbon cut at Bluffs of Lake City

Nov 5, 2015
The Bluffs of Lake City residents Dick and Lois Meincke and Mert Korhs cut the ribbon during a grand opening ceremony at The Bluffs of Lake City on Oct. 3. With them are Lake City Mayor Joel Beckman and Dr. Tom Witt of Mayo Clinic Health System.

'Pocohontas' wins storybook scarecrow contest

Nov 5, 2015
The Friends of the Lake City Public Library (FPL) celebrated National Friends of the Library week by sponsoring a city-wide “Storybook Scarecrow Contest.”  The winning entry, “Pocohontas” was created by Julie and Jason Hagedorn and grandchildren, Adrian and Alexandra (pictured) and Graciela and...

Coming to Oak Center Nov. 7, The High 48s

Nov 5, 2015
Bluegrass band The High 48s will make their Oak Center General Store Folk Forum debut with an 8 p.m. performance on Saturday, Nov. 7. The band takes their name from railroad slang for the boxcars originally used to transport troops on the front lines in WWI that could carry 40 soldiers or eight...

Presentation to offer tips to reduce stormwater pollution

Nov 5, 2015
People can learn how to reduce stormwater pollution originating from their property at the next Zumbro Watershed Partnership “Water Ways” series presentation Thursday, Nov. 12, at 6:30 p.m. at Cascade Meadow Wetlands and Environmental Science Center in Rochester. Rochester Stormwater Educator Megan...


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