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Is she in or is she out?

October 15, 2017 Will Robin Leslie be returning to work as the city administrator just weeks after resigning? In a letter to the Wells City Council postmarked Oc. more »»

 
 
 
Rainbow Food Coop asks for BE EDA help

October 15, 2017 The Rainbow Food Cooperative in downtown Blue Earth is in financial trouble and asked the Blue Earth Economical Development Authority (EDA) for some help. more »»

W’bago votes to buy new ice rink

October 15, 2017 The addition of a temporary ice skating rink was the key talking point of last week’s Winnebago City Council meeting. more »»

Learning a lesson from Blue Earth Fire Fighters

October 15, 2017 On Oct. 10, kindergarten students from Blue Earth Area Elementary School paid a visit to the Blue Earth Public Safety Center as part of the Fire Prevention Week initiative. more »»

Surviving Vegas

October 8, 2017 Everyone in the country was shocked at the nation’s worst-ever mass killing by a gunman, which happened in Las Vegas last weekend. more »»

Housing project passes

October 8, 2017 The Blue Earth City Council voted to proceed with a new housing development near Lampert Lumber on the northeast side of the city. more »»

Courtroom friends call it quits together

October 8, 2017 To some, working next to and with the same person for 22 years may seem like it could cause an issue. But not for this well-known dynamic duo of Faribault County. more »»

BEA Elem. students learn through cleanliness challenge

October 8, 2017 Please and thank you are the magic words. more »»

Board hears from attorney about ditch

October 8, 2017 The Faribault County Board considered an order for obstruction of Faribault County Ditch 24 at their last meeting. more »»

Wells administrator resigns

October 1, 2017 One of the agenda items on the Wells City Council’s list of things to do involved a closed session regarding the city administrator’s performance evaluation. more »»

Recycling concerns brought to board

October 1, 2017 Discussions centered around recycling at the last county board meeting as Billeye Rabbe, director of Prairieland Solid Waste Management in Truman, paid a visit to the County Board on Sept. 19. more »»

Are more wind towers coming?

October 1, 2017 A windpower company wants to invest about $300 million into Faribault County, and erect between 80 and 100 large wind towers in Barber Township. more »»

Wells airport needs lights

October 1, 2017 It is difficult to land a plane. It is even more difficult to land a plane in the dark. more »»

She is ‘bubbly’ and has lots of ‘charisma’

October 1, 2017 Of the multitude of trophies nine-year-old Blue Earth native Hannah Cartwright earned at the National American Miss (NAM) pageant in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, a small mirror is Hannah’s most... more »»

Tim Walz team comes to BE to listen

October 1, 2017 They came to listen, and they got an earful. more »»

BE votes for new recycler

September 24, 2017 While the Blue Earth City Council made one major decision – choosing a recycling hauler for the city – they postponed another one – accepting a bid for the new housing developmen. more »»

Mountain lion in BE?

September 24, 2017 Is there really a mountain lion roaming around the area just south of Blue Earth? Yes, says Faribault County Sheriff Mike Gormley. more »»

County levy set at 4.75%

September 24, 2017 Last Tuesday, the Faribault County Board approved a proposed 2018 property tax levy increase of 4.75 percent. more »»

Walmart shelves nearly empty already

September 24, 2017 With residents in Blue Earth still trying to reach the corporate Walmart offices to have them reconsider the closing of the local store, Walmart continues to prepare for its permanent closure on Oc. more »»

MSBA to hold planning meetings at USC

September 24, 2017 Strategic planning was the hot topic at the United South Central School Board meeting last Tuesday, Sept. 19. more »»

Back to square 1 for the 3 Sisters

September 17, 2017 It’s back to square one as far as the Three Sisters buildings in downtown Blue Earth goes. more »»

 
 

 

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