Stuffed, real animals up for adoption at the library Oct. 24

Oct 7, 2015
The Lake City Public Library will have lots of stuffed animals that need good homes Oct. 24 from 9:30 a.m. to noon.  Parents can bring their little ones in to the library to adopt a new furry friend. Kids will leave with a new friend, official adoption papers, and can make a new nametag for their...

There's still time to sign up for library's 'Book Vs. Movie' events

Oct 7, 2015
There’s still time to sign up for the Book vs. Movie at the Lake City Public Library.  Children in grades two, three and four can sign up to read “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” then come to the showing on Oct. 24.  Children in grades five, six, seven and eight can sign up to read “Life of...

'History Break' will share the story of Red Wing Shoes

Oct 7, 2015
People can bring a lunch to the Goodhue County Historical Society (GCHS) on Wednesday, Oct. 14, from noon to 1 p.m., and hear the story behind Red Wing’s most iconic brand: Red Wing Shoes. The program is free of charge and starts at noon. Beverages are available for purchase at the museum....

Special youth deer hunt starts Oct. 15

Oct 7, 2015
Youth ages 10-15 can participate in a special deer season that runs from Thursday, Oct. 15, to Sunday, Oct. 18, in 27 permit areas of southeastern and northwestern Minnesota, including the 601 Twin Cities metro permit area. The hunt area also includes Wabasha and Goodhue Counties. Youth must meet...

Eagle Center features live animal displays this month

Oct 7, 2015
In October the National Eagle Center is hosting special programs and events featuring authors, photographers, live animals and birds. These programs are presented in conjunction with Wabasha’s Sept -Oberfest festival. Many family friendly activities and events in Wabasha are free and open to the...

The Tigers' most enthusiastic fans

Oct 1, 2015
Mothers of Lincoln High School athletes were cheered on as they rode through the Homecoming parade Friday afternoon on the annual Moms Float. The moms joined the students in the parade and at the pep rally Friday afternoon and the Homecoming football game Friday night. The Tigers lost the game to...

Blues skies for Corn Shredding Autumn Harvest Days festival

Oct 1, 2015
The 16th annual Corn Shredding Autumn Harvest Days was held in almost ideal sunny autumn weather Sept. 26-27 at the Dwain Gerken Farm near Oak Center. The gathering features displays of old tractors and farm equipment and bygone farming techniques. Nice weather is a common blessing for the festival...

Alpaca farm guests get to visit Emily

Oct 1, 2015
 Riverside Suri Alpaca Farm was open for public tours Saturday and Sunday. Alpacas are noted for their high quality fiber.

The Fattenin’ Frogs to open Oak Center Folk Forum season

Oct 1, 2015
Fall is here, and with it the Oak Center General Store’s Folk Forum season. This year’s concert series opens with the swamped roots rock of Minneapolis’ The Fattenin’ Frogs on Oct. 3 at 8 p.m. The Frogs have electrified the blues and roots music of the south to create a driving, soulful and at...

Urdahl speaks to citizens, students about Lincoln's impact on Minnesota

Oct 1, 2015
Dean Urdahl spoke about Abraham Lincoln to a group in the Lake City City Hall on Sept. 26.  Earlier in the day he gave a presentation at Bluff View Elementary School and St. John’s School.                     In his talk, sponsored by the Lake City Historical Society, Urdahl pointed out that even...


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