“Tennessee Whiskey,” “Sweet Home Alabama,” “Georgia on my Mind,” “Mississippi Girl.”
Thousands of locals and visitors from around the state got a little dirty Saturday as they competed in Le Sueur’s second annual Warrior Dash.
Le Center residents who own a private well in city limits must soon seal them up now that the City Council has passed restrictions forbidding them.
CORRECTION: This article has been corrected to show that money from the St. Mary's Thrift Store goes towards Calvary Cemetery in Le Center each quarter.
Already the head of his own insurance agency, Darian Hunt is ready for his next challenge, president of the Minnesota Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers Association.
American Family Insurance agents Jaime and Andrew Harmon and their team have been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
Cleveland School’s Facility Task Force Steering Committee is again recommending the same construction project that last month failed to garner voter support.
Increasing broadband speeds in rural Minnesota is a high priority for both Le Sueur County residents and U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
Every year teenagers across the country get the lowdown on all the safe driving information needed to successfully get their driver’s license.
The city of Le Center is so pleased with the recent road work on Lexington Avenue that the council agreed to a contractor’s request to be paid ahead of schedule.
In the morning, they pick up a fresh coffee and a sandwich. At mid-day, they get a few inches taken off the top with a stylish haircut. Come evening, they cap off a long day of work, school or practice with frozen delicious nights.
Tri-City United High School wants to prepare its students for the real world. Local businesses need skilled employees. A new partnership is expected to go a long way in connecting the two.
St. Mary’s Thrift Store in Le Center always goes all out for Christmas, with volunteers setting up one of its biggest displays of the year. Last year, passersby got to check out the decorations in the window display at its new downtown location at 60 E. Minnesota St.
Confusion over a disputed property in Le Center has finally come to an end after a local organization agreed to take over the lot from the city.
Cleveland has seen an upswing in development in the last year. New businesses are moving in, the school’s enrollment continues to increase and now a local construction company is helping the city attract new families.
A local business has made an offer on the last city-owned lot in Le Center’s industrial park, and plans to build new storage units on the property.
Don’t be surprised to see witches, zombies, princesses and football players running around Le Center three days before Halloween. It’s just another night on the town.
The Cleveland City Council is increasing the town’s sewer rates for the first time in five years to help offset costs from past city projects.
Le Sueur County is interested in a pair of lots owned by the city of Le Center, and the Economic Development Authority will determine whether or not to grant the county’s right of first refusal.
Le Center’s credit rating has improved again, giving the city a slightly lower interest rate for the financing of the Lexington Avenue street project.
Defined as a visionary, inspirational and influential nurse leader by colleagues, Renae Kabes, Mayo Clinic Health System in New Prague registered nurse and nurse manager, was chosen as a Mayo Clinic Health System winner of the esteemed Mae Berry Service Excellence Award. Kabes received the w…
Construction is not a common site in Cleveland, but by this time next year several new businesses could be in town.
As the old saying goes, you shouldn’t count your chickens before they’re hatched. However, there may soon be an app for that.
Pete Plut joined more than 200 of his fellow representatives at the Investment Centers of America, Inc. (ICA) national conference in Boca Raton, FL.
The Le Center City Council unanimously accepted a bid for the Lexington Avenue street project that will cost it about $660,000 less than expected.