Second Harvest Heartland and Sibley County are hosting a free food distribution on Monday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to noon (or until food is gone) at Gaylord City Park, 515 Recreation Road.
Belle Plaine City Council members approved the next steps for three new residential subdivisions after public hearings were held on Monday, April 19.
Combined, these developments could create nearly 70 new one-family homes in Belle Plaine.
There is no shortage of volunteers in Belle Plaine working hard to make the community a better place, whether that’s people lending their time packing boxes at the food shelf, picking up during a city-wide cleanup, or answering calls at Southern Valley Alliance.
Mayo Clinic Health System in New Prague has more than 200 available COVID-19 vaccine appointment slots Thursday and Friday, April 22-23.
Sue Koenig's name was drawn to win a $500 gift card from Berger Interiors, a prize from the Dollars for Scholars mail-a-thon fundraiser sponsored by Kevin and Cindy Berger.
New COVID-19 cases in Minnesota dropped 17 percent in the past week, with the state adding 13,619 new cases (a decrease of 2,777) to total 557,665 since the pandemic started.
Tony Kornder was reelected to his position as Township Supervisor A with 65 percent of the votes during the special election in Belle Plaine Township on Tuesday, April 13.
BPHS boys and girls track and field teams were able to display their talent and depth to a pair of Minnesota River Conference foes in Le Sueur last Tuesday, April 13.
Twenty-seven athletes are vying for varsity rounds for the BPHS boys and girls golf teams this spring. The boys were third behind Jordan and TCU in 2019, while the girls squad was incomplete.
The Tigers softball team got home runs from Becca Brueggemeier and Brooke McGlinchey, and Cece Giesen fanned 12 while tossing a one-hitter in a 3-1 victory over Tri-City United in the season opener
A fourth-straight one-sided victory to kick off the 2021 campaign provided Tigers’ head coach Pat Schultz the luxury of getting nearly his entire roster valuable playing time.
The Belle Plaine Girls Basketball Team earned All-State Awards for academic success this year. Seniors Lauren Johnson, Ari Koepp, Sarah Lenz, Brynne Meyer, and Lizzy Schmidt were named Academic All-State Individuals, each earning a GPA of 3.8 or above.
Timothy Ryan Fahey, 51 of Shakopee, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, March 15, 2021.
The visitation will be on Saturday, April 24 from 12-2 p.m. at Kolden Funeral Home in Belle Plaine. A memorial service will begin at 2 p.m. and burial will immediately follow service at St. John’s Catholic Cemetery, Faxon Township.