In the spirit of teamwork taught by youth sports, Matt Saxe Chevrolet Buick is partnering with St. Peter Hockey Association (Bulldog Hockey) to provide players and coaches with hockey equipment kits that include hockey pucks, t-shirts, knit caps, and an opportunity for community members to earn donations for their sponsored league via a Test Drive fundraiser.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety and the State Patrol are preparing for possible protest activity around the State Capitol over the next several days, ahead of the presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C.
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Sarah Strommen unveiled the design of Minnesota’s newest critical habitat license plate, featuring native pollinators including a bee and butterflies.
The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) announced Thursday that hospitals, health care systems and other vaccination partners can begin to provide vaccines to broader categories of Minnesotans – including Minnesotans 65 years of age and older.
Mayo Clinic Health System is resuming operations at five area clinics that had been closed for several weeks to reallocate staff to respond to the surge of patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
A Belle Plaine Public Works employee lowered the flags at the police department after Governor Tim Walz ordered all flags to be flown at half-staff through sunset on Wednesday, Jan. 13
The Scott West Panthers wrestling team was dethroned from the top of the Section 2AA wrestling heap by the Hutchinson Tigers a season ago and will look to regain its perch in 2021.
The Belle Plaine Dance Team returned to in-person practice on Monday, Jan. 4, after several weeks of learning routines over Zoom.
Prior to the 2018-19 season, the BPHS girls basketball team had claimed a total of six Minnesota River Conference victories over a three-year stretch, posting a 16-63 overall mark during that period.
A senior-heavy BPHS boys basketball team rose from a middle of the pack finish in 2019 to an 11-3 record and second place finish in the Minnesota River Conference a season ago.
The Minnesota River Bulldogs boys hockey team is returning 11 players who saw significant varsity play last year, including two starters.
The Minnesota River Bulldogs girls hockey team has taken a roster hit this year but should still have a strong offensive and defensive lineup when they open the season away against Minnehaha on Friday, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m.