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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.

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With high-five greetings, Santa made his annual pre-Christmas Eve trip to Cleveland on Friday during the School’s Parade of Trees, an event sponsored by Community Education and Title 1.

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The 27th Montgomery Torchlight Parade, held Thursday, officially signified that the holiday season is underway. Crowds gathered along Main Street, bundled up in warm winter gear to join the celebration of the holiday season.

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A young girl named Clara falls asleep after a Christmas party where her brother, Fritz, breaks her precious nutcracker gift from Godfather Drosselmeyer. What happens in Clara’s sleep is more like an awakening — to Rat King encounters and a series of dances in the land of sweets.

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Corinne Louise (Rodning) Johnson, of St. Peter, died peacefully on Nov. 24, 2019 with her family surrounding her. The intensely devoted wife, mother and community servant was 87. Robert Evan Johnson, of St. Peter, died peacefully on Nov. 25, 2019 at the age of 88 with his family surrounding …

After six weeks of research, the Le Sueur-Henderson facilities task force took its first steps toward building the group’s final recommendation for an expected 2020 referendum.

The Le Sueur County Santa Anonymous program is being planned for the 2019 holiday season. This year’s shop will be open at the St. Mary’s Social Hall, located at the corner of Tyrone Street and Waterville Avenue in Le Center, on Monday, Dec. 16 from noon to 6 p.m.

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Through freezing rain and snow, organizers persevered to bring holiday cheer to Le Center with the 19th annual Hollydaze celebration.

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Before their Thanksgiving feasts, members of the community worked off some calories and helped deliver food to those in need at the Le Sueur Rotary Club’s 10th annual Turkey Trot Nov. 28.

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Snow totals of 4 inches or greater from around Minnesota and western Wisconsin through 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, as reported by weather observers and relayed by the National Weather Service. Snow was still falling in some locations, so these may not be final totals:

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The Le Sueur-Henderson wrestling team is smaller and younger this year and there is perhaps no better indication of that than junior team captains Ethan Genelin and Isaiah Sanchez. Though they’ve taken up positions as leaders earlier than many other school athletes, the two are ready to put …

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Le Sueur native, business owner and longtime firefighter Jesse Wenisch was appointed Fire Chief by the Le Sueur City Council at its Nov. 12 meeting. As chief, Wenisch said he is looking forward to obtaining new equipment for the department, training new recruits and moving the department in …

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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…

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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.

Jobless numbers in October presented a mixed bag across the region, according to figures released Tuesday morning by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, with some areas showing slight increases in the unemployment, some inching slightly lower and some remaining u…

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The opening date is confirmed. The new business inside the old Whiskey River building, Neisen's Riverside Sports Bar, welcomes guests starting noon Sunday.

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Students have spent many nights preparing to take their adaptation of a 1964 Disney film and 2004 Tony-award winning musical to the LS-H stage.

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Unseasonably cold weather means ice making has begun on many lakes across the state, but Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officers advise people to stay off of the still-forming ice.

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No student in TCU High School history has ever been elected to the State Executive Team for Business Professionals of America (BPA). That is, until senior Brandon Balma was named executive vice president of the state organization.

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The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) urges the public to use extra caution when approaching traffic signals following a heavy snowfall event. Motorists and pedestrians should be prepared to stop at intersections with traffic signals, as snow-covered traffic indications can be c…

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