A Belle Plaine woman is facing two felony level charges after incidents of mail theft and stolen checks were discovered by the Jordan Police Department on Dec. 10, 2020.
With COVID-19 vaccinations becoming more available in the community, Mayo Clinic Health System is offering advice to those who might be afraid of the needle poke.
At the start of every new month, The Belle Plaine Herald will take a look back at our five favorite photos from the month before and ask you to vote for your favorite.
Minnesota libraries in low-income communities may qualify for a new program that provides free state park permits for these libraries to loan to patrons.
Credit River Township is scheduled to transition into a city this spring and their officials have decided to contract with the Scott Sheriff’s Office to provide law enforcement services to its nearly 6,000 residents.
The Belle Plaine School Board approved the renewal of Superintendent Ryan Laager’s three- year contract during the regular board meeting on Monday, Feb. 22.
The Belle Plaine Public School District is planning several renovation projects aimed at improving work spaces for the career and technical education (CTE) programs.
Not an ideal situation for Paul Fogarty and the Tigers boys basketball team.
Winners of four straight games to push its mark to 6-2 in the Minnesota River Conference and 6-4 overall
A grinding week of competition for the Scott West Panthers resulted in the team’s first defeat since the season opener, as the locals dropped three of four duals.
Norwood Young America took a 4-2 lead 70 seconds into its Minnesota River Conference tilt with the host Belle Plaine Tigers on Friday, Feb. 19, and that was its last hurrah.
The Minnesota River Bulldogs girls hockey team split a pair of games last week, winning its rematch over Waseca but falling to New Ulm.