For years it’s been one of the central obstacles to developing downtown Le Sueur, but new negotiations with two separate developers could pave the way for a reconnected Main Street in Le Sueur.
The locally owned family business “Le Sueur Florist” announced that it would shut its doors this month. The store, owned by Mary Riebel, provided floral arrangements, corsages and bouquets for occasions, including weddings, funerals, prom, holidays and more, along with balloons and gifts.
Residents and business owners in Le Center now have the option to insure their homes and buildings with federally-backed flood insurance after the city became one of 22,000 communities participating in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
Ridgeview has announced that Pam Williams has been named regional vice president for Ridgeview Le Sueur Medical Center and Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center.
For Le Sueur County residents, 2019 was a year that saw the beginnings and completions of ambitious projects, legal and political controversies and its fair share of rain.
Following a major increase in the district levy after the 2018 bond referendum, members of the Cleveland school district will pay a little less this year.
Maud Borup, Le Center’s own confectionery manufacturer, dug in and celebrated the beginning of a new expansion. And it could soon mean more jobs in the local community.
The holiday spirit permeated Le Sueur’s downtown district Friday Dec. 6 for the third annual Christmas on Main. The event put on through a partnership between the Le Sueur Rotary Club and the city, brought holiday cheer through a parade, boutique, petting zoo, fireworks and more.
With shelves lined with Jarritos, salsas and snack foods packaged with Spanish labels, La Tamaulipeca Tienda y Taqueria (store and restaurant specializing in tacos) might have appeared out of place in a town like Le Center just a few years ago. But with a growing Hispanic population in the a…
One year ago, Kevin and Pam Altendorf never imagined that they would own a car wash, but come Friday, Nov. 29 the couple will reopen the Aqua Shine Car Wash in Le Sueur with updated features including a completely renovated automatic bay.
The Covia silica mining plant, the employer of an estimated 60 people in Kasota Township and one of the largest taxpayers in Le Sueur County shut its doors Tuesday, Nov. 12. Covia, formerly known as Unimin, idled the facility with no plans to reopen it.
A long-running family business in Le Center, Factor Motors is closing its doors. The Ford dealership is holding a going-out-of-business sale before it closes its doors Aug. 2.
Cambria declared victory Tuesday of last week after the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) unanimously voted in favor of Cambria’s claim that China was injuring their company by engaging in unfair trade practices.
A sewer line to Technipac on the outskirts of Le Sueur is finally complete and paid for after being proposed 14 years ago, and that's good news for Cambria, as it looks to expand.
Le Sueur’s Aerial Affinity student showcase offered high-flying feats in a mysterious carnival atmosphere on Friday, May 31. The event lasted from 7-9 p.m. and featured the students’ progression of talent while also raising money for one of the studio’s favorite charities.
Christine Lantinen has taken her small business from a consumer company to a wholesale business, going from $100,000 in sales to millions in just one year, and now the Small Business Association (SBA) has recognized her for it by naming her Minnesota’s Small Business Person of the Year.
During a meeting on Monday night, the Le Sueur Economic Development Authority granted an amendment to the Cambria land purchase agreement due to mishaps in the title commitment and the need for a deep-dive survey.
Ridgeview Le Sueur Nursing Home is looking to implement a new program to help its clients live better lives at the facility.
It’s not the spectator sport that communities had been vying for, but the annual rite of spring flooding has brought them back to the Minnesota River Valley.
The Le Sueur County Historical Society has asked Judge Mark Vandelist to reconsider having the society pay for all fees associated with a special master he appointed.
Based on allegations from Le Sueur-based Cambria, the U.S. government has begun imposing steep tariffs on Chinese-made quartz surface products.
Minnesota municipal liquor stores all over the state saw another record year of increased profits in 2017 and Le Sueur County’s local munis, as they are called, share in that profitability.
Residents of Le Sueur and its environs should have their waiting time for medical care cut as Ridgeview Le Sueur Medical Center has opened a primary care clinic on its campus.
Those who have sued the Le Sueur County Historical Society will add plaintiffs, under an order filed Thursday by the judge ruling on the case.
Kate Anderson hasn’t even seen a shovel in the ground yet on her proposed child care center in Cleveland and she’s already got a waiting list for half the spots.
Ridgeview Medical Center will open a clinic on Nov. 15. Ridgeview Le Sueur Clinic will be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays at the medical center campus on South Front Street.
Cambria CEO Marty Davis said Friday that the company may expand distribution to the west side of Hwy. 169, where it came to a purchase agreement with the Le Sueur Economic Development Authority for 150 acres.
CommonBond Communities was awarded nearly $7 million in Minnesota Housing Investment loan products and $2.2 million in a 4 percent tax credit equity to support the expansion of Le Sueur Meadows.
Years in the making, Cambria finally negotiated a purchase agreement with the Le Sueur Economic Development Authority for the 150-acre tract of land west of its manufacturing plant, across Hwy. 169.