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New Richland City Council fixes pay discrepancy, adjusts city policy

The New Richland City Council fixed a discrepancy in some employee pay and set up policies for 2023 at its Nov. 14 meeting. Read more


Republican Finstad, Democrat Craig prepare to represent southern MN at Congress

After an election that delivered a major power shift, yet reflected a country as deeply, narrowly and bitterly polarized as ever, southern … Read more


Movie filmed outside Waseca to premiere Dec. 2

After a long wait, the Waseca area will finally be coming to the silver screen. Read more


Over 100 geese found dead on Loon Lake

An estimated 120 birds were found dead on Waseca’s Loon Lake Sunday. Read more


Waseca Special Education teachers put heart into work

Working with and caring for a population that requires specific and catered attention, while often lacking resources, time and outside unde… Read more

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2 charged with attempted murder following State Street shooting

Two Waseca men are facing felony charges after they allegedly attempted to shoot and kill another man last week outside of Barden’s Bar. Read more


Year of suspicious park activity results in arrest, charges

A Waseca man is facing felony drug charges after people allegedly reported he was possibly selling drugs out of his vehicle at Clear Lake P… Read more


Charges filed after multiple agencies respond to assault

A New Richland man is facing felony charges after he allegedly assaulted another man with multiple weapons, including stabbing him in the a… Read more



Taylor, Madsen, Sommers earn conference volleyball honors

The Big South Conference announced volleyball awards for the East and West divisions, which saw Waseca seniors Avery Madsen and Haylee Somm… Read more


Bluejays’ growth showcased in season-opening win over Fairmont

There was no question the Waseca girls hockey team made strides in a positive direction during the 2021 season with such a young roster. Th… Read more


Waseca’s Breck earned region, conference selections

Former Waseca Bluejay and current Iowa Lakes sophomore middle hitter Rachel Breck has been busy since joining the Iowa Lakes volleyball tea… Read more



South Central Human Relations Center: Setting limits with children

Setting limits with children can be tough for many reasons. Sometimes parents feel guilty for saying no. At times it may seem easier to giv… Read more


Building relationships across the aisle

Like many of you, I am disappointed by the results of the Nov. 8 elections. But the outcome is clear: Minnesota voters have chosen Democrat… Read more


Farmamerica: Being a Merry Mermicorn

My daughters love a silly book called, “Happy Narwhalidays!” by Ben Clanton. It’s a light-hearted children’s book that is part of series ab… Read more