David Coughlin and Tom Pauling sit at work stations in Creation Technologies.
For the second time this month, an investigation by the area’s drug task force has led to a pair of arrests. This time they apprehended two alleged dealers reportedly bringing almost 1/5 of a pound of methamphetamine back from the cities.
According to Jessica O’Brien of the Region Nine Development Commission, the white population in Le Sueur County is projected to decrease in the years to come while other racial populations remain the same or increase.
Minnesota’s proposed deer management plan took to the road Monday, with Department of Natural Resources staff listening to citizen input at the Nicollet Conservation Club.
Two area coops are celebrating their marriage this month as Ag Partners Cooperative Association and Genesis Cooperative Association merged.
A woman being chased by Le Sueur County Sheriff’s office was injured after her car ran off the road on April 12, a State Patrol report said.
Tri-City United-Le Center students got introduced to some of the job opportunities in the area during the school’s third annual career fair on Thursday.
When Cami Vargo and Keeley Oak sent their artwork to the Waseca Art Center’s 31st Annual Student Exhibit, they never thought they would win anything from it. But on Friday that’s certainly what happened.
When Mark McMillen bought an old downtown Le Center building and created his Carpet Castle business in 1998, he didn’t realize he would find a piece of history hidden in the basement.
Stefan Arnason Egilsson, 51, of St. Paul, faces a felony charge of fifth-degree controlled substance crime for allegedly having meth.
Le Sueur County Historical Society has asked that a lawsuit asking for access to society documents and new “democratic” board elections be tossed out.
Scores of children and parents participated in the annual Easter Egg Hunt, hosted by the Le Center Lions Club at the West Park baseball fields on Saturday afternoon. They climbed around in an ambulance and fire truck before the main event. The rush of the hunt was over in a matter of minutes…
UPDATE: This story has been updated on Sunday, April 1 at 1:28 p.m. with the days and times the Little Sprouts Playspace will be open for the next two months.
Just over 30 districts across the nation are honored were honored with the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Distinguished District award, and the Tri-City United School District is one of just two in Minnesota.
Several south central Minnesota school districts have been approved to pilot a program aimed at trying out new practices for personalized learning.
Tri-City United High School Business Professionals of America (BPA) never competed in the Torch Awards program until this year. It’s been game changer for four students who’ve earned national recognition.
The 1998 tornado, which first devastated the communities of Comfrey and St. Peter as it moved east, also caused significant damage on Le Center’s south side.
Thousands of dollars and more than a pound of marijuana were confiscated in Kasota by the Le Sueur County Sheriff’s Office earlier this month.
Le Center community members lined the streets, waiting for the St. Patrick’s Day parade to come marching through, but they got more than just a fun parade.
The owner of several area group homes is facing charges of abusing a vulnerable adult following allegations she had a sexual relationship with a client.