Presence Church, 235 S. Ash St., Belle Plaine, welcomed Danielle Freitag on Saturday, March 11 to speak on the serious topic of sexual exploitation as part of a six-hour Purim Celebration.
No one should ever be viewed as a commodity.
While the rain may have caused the window full of balloons to droop just a bit, the weather didn’t dampen activity at the Fabulous Flower Market.
The Belle Plaine Chamber of Commerce awarded Annie’s Cafe & Catering this year’s Business of the Year award at its Member Appreciation event on Thursday, Jan. 26. Chamber of Commerce President Tylor Schmidt presented the award to Ann Miller, owner and operator of Annie’s. In presenting t…
Frequent observers of city council proceedings soon realize that much of the business discussed can take months or years to come to fruition, with the result that what one council has started is often left to a future council to complete. Two examples of this were in evidence at the Belle Pl…
Belle Plaine keeps watchful eye as state considers more support for special education and school lunches
Belle Plaine School District Superintendent Ryan Laager reported to the School Board on Monday, Jan. 23 that he is actively following the activities at the State Capitol in regards to budget proposals laid out by Governor Walz for funding education.
The Scott County Board and county staff recognized Canterbury Park for its outstanding service during the COVID-19 pandemic with the Morris A. Miller Outstanding Service Award. This award was established in 2002 in memory of Miller, and honors people in the community who made significant con…
The Scott County Board also recognized Pam Selvig on her retirement and lengthy career in helping children, adolescents and young adults in the areas of child welfare. Selvig did her undergrad at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and then attended the University of Minnesota for her m…
Strait Smiles Family Dentistry of Belle Plaine expects to see beautiful young smiles on Friday, Feb. 10. The dental practice will be part of the statewide “Give Kids a Smile” day, sponsored by the Minnesota Dental Association. Statewide, more than 400 participating dental professionals acros…
Belle Plaine City Council members braved the winter storm on Tuesday night to move forward with the city’s organizational meeting, and the main topic of discussion was which newspaper should be selected as the official newspaper in 2023.
The Henderson Independent officially debuted the Belle Plaine Bulletin on March 10, 2022. Here is a look back at the top stories published in the Bulletin through the end of April!
The future of the long-standing Minnesota Renaissance Festival is uncertain, as the Scott County Board of Commissioners is considering revoking the Conditional Use Permit (CUP) issued to Mid-America Festivals to operate the festival and Trail of Terror.
It would be overstating it to say that Dr. Todd Meeker feels grateful for the fire in his building at 200 W. Main St., Belle Plaine this past August. But when Meeker, the chiropractor and owner of Belle Plaine Chiropractic, talks about the fire and the aftermath he emphasizes the positives. …
Belle Plaine voters have spoken, and they want change.
Monday afternoon took a tragic turn for two New Prague residents, who died as a result of injuries sustained in a three-vehicle collision in Cedar Lake Township just after 6 p.m.
There is going to be at least one new face on the Belle Plaine City Council next year.
The Belle Plaine City Council met on Monday, Aug. 1, for a regular meeting and work session. The council recognized retired firefighter Todd Otto, held two public hearings, discussed a possible moratorium for THC products, and announced “The Feast.”
The July 18 meeting of the Belle Plaine City Council also included a presentation from City Engineer Joe Duncan about the preliminary engineering report for 2023 street improvement projects for Belle Plaine.
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