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City of Waseca looks to spend on website redesign

A city of Waseca website redesign could make things easier to navigate for visitors and allow staff to better update the community. Read more

U of M provides mental health and stress support for Minnesota farmers

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Boyce shares story of cancer battle ahead of Relay for Life

This year's Relay for Life honorary survivor won't have to think too far back as he shares his story. Read more

Four candidates running for Waseca County commissioner District 5

Too many candidates means a primary election is needed in the District 5 Waseca County commissioner special election. Read more

Elysian man charged with drug sale, stolen property, illegal firearm

An Elysian man was charged with four felonies in Le Sueur County District Court related to alleged drug sale, stolen property and an illega… Read more


U18 Bluejays soccer state qualifier ends in weather delay

The U18 Waseca boys soccer team played in their state qualifying game on Tuesday evening at Northeast park where they faced off against Cha… Read more

Waseca Legion baseball loses first game of Fairmont doubleheader, weather suspends second

The Waseca Legion baseball squad hosted Fairmont in a doubleheader on Tuesday evening at the Tink and was interrupted by the rain Read more

Braves lose on the road against Wanamingo

The Waseca Braves baseball team hit the road on Sunday to face Wanamingo, losing 8-3.  Read more


Area libraries target a range of ages through more July events

The Waseca-Le Sueur Regional Library System has a number of events planned at its libraries from July 22 through July 27. Read more

Birth Annoucement

Karen (Pfarr) and Eric Anderson of Waseca, announce the birth of their daughter, Ava Kathryn Anderson. Read more

Waseca County Historical Society photo


Be a good customer

Businesses want you to have a wonderful experience with them and they will usually go to great lengths to make that happen. But being a cus… Read more

Real reward of 4-H projects is more than ribbons

“We have too many jobs to do this summer,” said our 11-year-old daughter to me this past week. She was sitting on the dining room floor wit… Read more

8 healthy tips for summer dining

It’s summer and the warmer weather tends to influence people’s dining habits by eating out and attending celebrations and events more frequ… Read more