As we enter into election season, please note the Belle Plaine Herald’s policy for endorsement letters or election-related letters that advocate for or against a candidate or political party.
The Belle Plaine Herald has announced a new policy for endorsement letters or election-related letters that advocate for or against a candidate, ballot measure or political party.
The Belle Plaine Herald would like to inform the public and candidates running for office of our election policies and guidelines as we near the November 6 elections.
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Recently my schedule allowed me the opportunity to donate blood in Belle Plaine via the Memorial Blood Center (MBC) bus hosted graciously by a friendly, grateful and appreciative family
Included in the Belle Plaine Heralds of the past few weeks (and certainly numerous times beforehand) have been most impressive full back page acknowledgements of several of our Belle Plaine High School groups.
An article in last week’s paper announced the approval of storm damage relief funds for Le Sueur County. While I am relieved that Minnesotans recovering from the devastation will receive financial assistance, I believe this is a time to reflect on how our government prepares and responds to emergencies.