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Le Sueur to waive water, sewer access fees on construction routes

The city of Le Sueur is encouraging homeowners to connect to the municipal water and sewer system by covering the costs themselves. Read more


SUMMER RECREATION: Kerfoot Canopy offers ziplines above the treetops

School’s out, the sun is high and thrill-seekers from across the state of Minnesota are flocking to Henderson this summer for a one-of-a-ki… Read more


Treasures in Town celebrates $200,000 milestone on 15th anniversary

For 15 years, Le Sueur thrift store Treasures in Town has been supporting local nonprofits with thousands of dollars in annual donations. O… Read more


Assisted living residents feel relief after trying stretch

As COVID-19 restrictions are phased out, those who live and work in local assisted living facilities say they are experiencing better days … Read more


Le Sueur sets housing recruitment strategy, compiles funding resources for developers

Whether they’re a professional developer or a house-flipping hobbyist, anyone interested in developing housing within the city of Le Sueur … Read more



Silvopasture and oak savanna workshop

The University of Minnesota Extension is holding a free educational workshop and field session on silvopasture as a method for oak savanna … Read more


Talking pet anxiety with U of M

As people begin to head back into the office, dogs and cats that have adjusted to their owners' presence for the last year will have their … Read more


LSS to offer older adults healthy meals at pop-up events

LSS Meals, a service of Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota (LSS), is offering bundled, healthy meals at pop-up distribution events for ol… Read more



TCU boys track duo runs in the top 16 in state

Tri-City United's two entries in the state Class A boys track and field meet didn't finish as high as they would have liked, but just makin… Read more


Novak makes two strong runs at state

Le Sueur-Henderson junior Dylan Novak didn't run his best in his first trip to state, but he still enjoyed the experience competing in fron… Read more


TCU record holder Plut caps off her career at state track

After her sixth year running on the Tri-City United track and field team, senior Josie Plut of Le Center finally met her goal of qualifying… Read more



I felt as if I were wearing burlap underwear

It was hot enough to complain about everything. Read more


We need to do all we can to keep farmers on the farm

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s latest agricultural census, between 2012 and 2017, the U.S. lost 80,000 farms. That’s a b… Read more


Rep. Pfarr: Updates on the Legislature

The Legislature returned on Monday for a special session to complete the new two-year state budget. The budget framework agreed to by the g… Read more