JANESVILLE — The future of the proposed Veterans Memorial Shelter was the subject of discussion when the Janesville City Council met on Tuesday.
NEW RICHLAND — A group of New Richland Hartland Ellendale Geneva students toured the Guardian Energy facility to learn more about alternative sources of energy, such as ethanol.
WASECA — A homeless woman has been charged with burglary and theft after she reportedly was caught taking items belonging to Waseca County property owners.
JANESVILLE — Two Janesville natives, Amanda Slaughter and Kendra Hoehn, have joined together to open Brew’d Awakenings Bistro, a coffee, pastry and lunch bistro.
WASECA COUNTY — A unique public-private-nonprofit collaborative with a mission to combine agriculture, conservation, and economics to help improve water quality within the Cannon River Watershed has been formed.
WASECA — With a century of being in business, including 15 years in Waseca, United Prairie Bank celebrates two major milestones in 2019.
JANESVILLE — Tobacco 21 was top on the list for discussion when the Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton School Board and the Janesville City Council held a joint meeting late last month.
Hy-Vee, in a Thursday press release, provided additional information about the payment card incident first reported Aug. 14. This following information further explains the incident, the measures the company has taken, and some steps customers can take in response.
BLOOMING PRAIRIE — The business community of Blooming Prairie is about to grow by adding a manufacturer company that is a global leader in its industry.
WASECA — GreenForest Recycling Resources, LLC of Brainerd, Minnesota has opened a facility in part of the building of the former Quad Graphics plant in Waseca.
JANESVILLE — Janesville City Council unanimously voted Monday, Sept. 23 in favor of an 11.87 percent preliminary tax levy increase for the 2020 budget.
WASECA — Waseca County Board settled on a 5.92 percent preliminary tax levy increase for the 2020 budget at a special meeting September 19.
WASECA — Waseca County Administrator Jessica Beyer has ccepted a new position as Greater Mankato Growth, Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer.
WASECA — Xander Spies was crowned homecoming king and Gus Boyer was crowned homecoming queen Thursday, September 26 at coronation.
WASECA — By 10 a.m. Saturday — two hours before the Waseca Marching Classic parade was slated to start — many, if not most, of the choice seating places along the State Street parade route had been claimed.
Community groups from across the state of Minnesota were awarded $163,500 in arts grants on Friday, Sept. 13 by the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council. Of the 25 groups that received funding, four are from Nicollet County, two from Le Sueur and three from Waseca.
The jobless rate dropped throughout the region in August with most counties hovering at or near 3% unemployment, according to figures released Tuesday by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
OWATONNA — “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”
Hy-Vee, Inc. is voluntarily recalling seven of its Hy-Vee Mealtime Asian Entrees after discovering the liquid egg used to make the fried rice contains milk, which is not declared on the product label.
WASECA — The Waseca Area Foundation is being recognized for its financial support to the Waseca Marching Classic by being named the "Friend of the Classic."