With Barb Rizor’s retirement ends more than a half-century of hair-dressing tradition.
The local housing market tightened in the face of high demand and low supply in 2017 and local agents say they expect more of the same in the coming year.
From left, Kat Miller, Milly Heinks, Wendy Smith and Margaret More pose for the handout of the Le Sueur Chamber of Commerce Night Out on the Town drawings. Heinks and Smith each won $125 chamber dollars. (Ben Farniok/Le Sueur News-Herald)
APG Media of Southern Minnesota, parent company of the Le Sueur News-Herald, announced today the launch of Southern Minn Homes, a new real estate portal.
Low detail plans didn’t stop Le Sueur’s Planning Commission from moving forward on a plat for a new highway rest stop Thursday.
Walking around Valley Green Square Mall, residents, planners and Le Sueur leaders shared some ideas about the future for the city.
Drivers in Le Sueur County could see higher taxes on their vehicles if the county doesn’t get more support from the state.
<&firstgraph>To help answer resident concerns about growing utility bills, Le Sueur city officials are rolling out a task force to try and tackle the issue.
Planning for reconstruction of Hwy. 112 is getting underway as Le Sueur County prepares to contract with an engineering firm that will design the project.
After a nearly two-month-long search process, the Le Sueur County Board of Commissioners took another step toward building a new justice center.
Crack open the champagne? While Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has signed the bill lifting the 159-year-old ban on Sunday liquor store hours, liquor sellers around the state, including those in Le Sueur, have had mixed reactions to the rule.
Le Sueur’s Economic Development Authority is considering an update to a Le Sueur housing study that may draw new residential development to town.