Gaiter Lake development could include a variety of housing styles, with a focus on senior housing, in response to a study the city commissioned.
Waseca County dodged Wednesday's last-gasp, late spring deluge which dropped up to a foot of snow in northern Iowa and far southern Minnesota.
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.
Janesville residents will have a chance to get rid of their old and unused prescription drugs as part of the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day April 28.
Janesville City Council’s typically quiet and brief meetings turned into a nearly two-hour session Monday, as nearly three zone residents showed up for a public hearing on the city’s upcoming streets projects.
Waseca County Sheriff Brad Milbrath’s mild mannerism couldn’t mask the realities of what lies ahead for the area motorists this spring and summer.
After a Waseca Economic Development Authority member expressed a desire to see the group be more proactive in assisting potential developers, the board will take a close look at the tools at its disposal.
Achieving Dreams for Disabilities has a couple events around the corner, one of which carries brings a popular formal event to Waseca.
While it’s not a full road map at this point, Waseca Public School’s technology plan could help guide the district to a new classroom approach.
Grace Britton of Janesville is one of 11 youths in a five-state area to be awarded a heifer through the Minnesota Youth Beef Experience Program.
Waseca School Board has given the go-ahead to begin searching for a FACS teacher, but Superintendent Tom Lee is concerned about whether the district will be able to find a licensed teacher to develop a program.
A state grant for mental health screenings and recognition for excellence in case management were a couple of the highlights from MNPrairie’s past year.
Minnesota farmers on Wednesday pushed back against President Trump’s proposed trade tariffs, after China targeted Minnesota’s largest farm export: soybeans.
Money to upgrade Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton’s auditorium sound booth is an investment in a fine arts program that also benefits the community, JWP Superintendent Bill Adams said.
The Minnesota Agricultural Interpretive Center — Farmamerica has kicked off its 40th anniversary year by unveiling a new logo and website, with other exciting changes to come, all while maintaining a focus on connecting people with the evolution of agriculture in Minnesota.
The weather has driven local Easter egg hunts inside, but that does nothing to impede the festivities as organizers prepare Saturday events that will have kids finding eggs and enjoying candy.
Students at Waseca Intermediate School were treated to some unique learning experiences through the Science Museum of Minnesota.
Jobless figures across the region were a mixed bag, according to numbers released Tuesday by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
Street projects planned in Waseca for 2018 include a full reconstruction of a portion of 7th Avenue SE and reclamation of two other city streets.
ST. PAUL — A controversial permit system that limits when Minnesota landowners can mow roadside ditches allows noxious weeds to grow, a Minnesota state representative says.