A new parish center will mark a new era for a Janesville church.
As Superintendent Bill Adams prepares to depart the district, he's feeling good about where Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton Schools currently stand. The School Board unanimously approved the preliminary 2019-20 school year budget, and the district's fund balance is looking very positive.
A Janesville man, registered as a predatory offender, is facing his third felony charge for allegedly violating his predatory registration requirements.
Solar farm discussions came to a temporary end at the Waseca County Board of Commissioners Tuesday after weeks of debate.
“We have crowned many incredible women from our community,” pageant lead coordinator and former 2014 Miss Janesville Anna Burns said Thursday night.
Jill Wulf, a kindergarten teacher at Trinity Lutheran School in Janesville was announced as the Bulletin Board Contest winner by the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation Promotion and Education Committee.
There’s nothing quite like watching a military jet shoot across the sky above your head, as you crane your neck to watch its ascent, a snow-white plume tracing a path behind it. The air seems heavy as you wait, holding your breath, attuned to just how quiet everything is around you until… BO…
At the June 4 Waseca County Board of Commissioners meeting, Minnesota House Rep. John Petersburg, R-Waseca, shared updates from the session.
A local construction company is looking to build a bigger and better facility, but it needs some changes from the county to make it happen.
“Along the way, we all have help. I wish my parents were living today to know that this award had come along,” Larry Wolff said. “I always (credit) my success to the people around me.”
As the hemp and CBD industry takes shape in Minnesota, state lawmakers and industry advocates are going through some growing pains. Regulations worked into a budget bill awaiting Gov. Tim Walz’ signature concern some in the nascent, but fast-growing industry.
Waseca County police departments and the county Sheriff’s Department sent all women, with the exception of one. to the Minnesota Association of Women Police annual conference and awards banquet.
A soggy spring has kept Minnesota farmers out of their fields for weeks — and they’re running out of time to get their spring seeds in the ground.
Mike Jevning heard a knock on his front door in rural Waseca in the middle of an early May day. As a southern Minnesotan is prone to do, he opened up his home to the stranger, and, unbeknownst to him, so much more.
Imagine, for a second, that you are struggling to make ends meet, barely providing for the general needs of your family. Suddenly, you are faced with a major setback and have to make a decision fast. Your sick child needs immediate medical attention but you don’t have a vehicle of your own. …
MANTORVILLE — More than 14 months after the body of David Riess was found shot to death in his rural Blooming Prairie home, his wife, Lois Riess, 57, has been indicted on first-degree murder charges by a Dodge County grand jury.
Solar gardens are entering Waseca County fast, and leaders, forced to so far think on their feet about the potential impact of the industry, are attempting to slow things down.
Solar farms are a new technology and innovation that many in the agricultural community have taken to, and the Waseca area could see more and more in the future.
Jobless numbers showed a sharp drop of a percentage point or more in most cities and counties across the region from March to April, according to figures released Tuesday by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation wants motorists to notice stop lights more to reduce crashes at intersections. The agency will apply fluorescent yellow tape at several traffic signal lights in south central Minnesota this summer.
A Janesville resident allegedly used counterfeit money at J-Town Liquor and was arrested and charged, after an employee noticed bills with the same serial number.
There were two options presented to the Janesville City Council for the 2019 Capital Improvement Plan budget, and councilors chose the cheaper one.
There were community members from all sectors of Waseca and Janesville in attendance at the Mayo Clinic Health System-Waseca stakeholder breakfast Wednesday.
George Alan Vanzee, 51, was sentenced to two years and five months in prison after break-ins and thefts at three bars in Elysian in January 2018.
The Le Sueur County Board of Commissioners has approved a plan to conduct population counts of carp in 11 local lakes in an effort to find what’s muddying the waters.