New jazz group has 
another show planned

Sep 8, 2021
The Lincoln High School summer jazz band performed a pop-up concert at Ohuta Park on Aug. 29, but if you missed it, you’ll have another opportunity to see them perform at the Lake City Fall Fest on Oct. 9. “The summer jazz band is a brand new summer group started this year,” Lincoln High School...

Hollands march together at U of M

Sep 8, 2021
Lake City natives and siblings Dorothy Holland (left) and Victor Holland are both members of the University of Minnesota Gopher Marching Band this fall. Dorothy plays flute and Victor plays trumpet in the band. Victor is a member of the Lincoln High School class of 2019. Dorothy graduated from...

Fall Fest preparations underway

Sep 8, 2021
Crafters put the finishing touches on decorations and games available in Patton Park October 2-31 during Lake City’s 1st Annual Fall Fest. The Fall Fest committee has partnered with the Lake City Chamber of Commerce to accept donations for their family-friendly October event. “Five weekends of fun...

Church labyrinth open to all

Sep 8, 2021
First Lutheran Church in Lake City is welcoming members of the community to walk its newly installed labyrinth anytime. It’s located on the east side of the church building near the playground. The church address is 100 Peace Ridge, Lake City.

Veterans groups salute as Timm returns home

Sep 8, 2021
It happened quickly. Lights flashed. Sirens blared. Motorcycle engines roared. Traveling silently among the noisy escort was a white hearse. Inside were the remains of Lloyd Timm, a Kellogg native who was killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. He was just 19 years old. Afterward his...

Open house planned to celebrate schoolhouse’s 150-year existence

Sep 8, 2021
2020 marked 150 years of the Reads Landing Schoolhouse. Now, in 2021, it is time to celebrate the oldest existing brick schoolhouse in Minnesota. The newspaper reported the ideal location on a plateau overlooking the Mississippi River was chosen. To observe the occasion, there will be an open...

New and familiar faces join Lake City Public Schools staff

Sep 8, 2021
As it has in years past, the Graphic asked the new staff members to respond to a questionnaire about their backgrounds, their new jobs, and what they are looking forward to as the school year approaches. Logan Thomas Logan Thomas will be teaching English 9 with one section of English 11 at Lincoln...

Lots to do this weekend

Sep 8, 2021
People looking for something to do in Lake City and Frontenac this weekend have a few options. Saturday, Sept. 11, is especially busy. The Frontenac Sportsmen’s Club is hosting its ice fishing contest. Festivities take place from 11:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. at the Frontenac Community Center. There...

Local author to discuss book ‘The Lifelong Cast’

Sep 8, 2021
The Lake City Public Library invites the public to a book talk led by local author Tim Schlagenhaft. He will discuss his book, The Lifelong Cast. This event takes place on Thursday, Sept. 23, at 6:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public. Schlagenhaft is a native of the Upper Midwest, born and...

Lake City music showcase is Saturday

Sep 8, 2021
The next Lake City music showcase will take place Saturday, Sept. 11, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Patton Park. This free event features live music from local and regional musicians. Freewill donations collected during the event will benefit the Lake City Area Arts young musicians fund, providing...


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