From the jump, Waseca’s boys 17U soccer team was all over Blaine Wednesday.
With summer here, Waseca Art Center offers classes to keep local youth engaged in art.
While Waseca City Council has agreed to reject all bids for the Tink Larson Field project, City Manager Danny Lenz says he hopes construction on the grandstand will still start before the end of the year.
In a report to Waseca City Council, City Engineer Mark DuChene discussed stormwater improvement efforts as well as a resident’s concerns about a holding pond at Northeast Park.
Janesville City Administrator Clinton Rogers informed City Council members that just five applications were received for the open planner position recently vacated by the resignation of Brandon McCabe.
I used to own a longtime family restaurant in my hometown of Winthrop, Lyle’s Café. It had been in the family for over 50 …
More than 42 years ago, I walked into the Waseca Daily Journal for the first time to become its editor.
We complain about the weather all year long. It’s a full-time job, but we know when summer hits. The snow is warmer.
“Well, hello there young man.”
The M & M (Meal and Movie) Night will again be held 5 p.m. Sunday, June 25 at Faith United Methodist Church, the Church by the Lake, at 801 4th Ave. NE in Waseca.