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USC, BEA gear up for start of school

August 9, 2020 Although it appears the United South Central School District intends to begin the school year with in-person learning this fall. It is not an official decision yet. more »»

County gets CARES funds

August 9, 2020 Faribault County has received $1,655,319 in Coronavirus Relief Funds along with another $81,530 to distribute to small cities and towns. more »»

BE City also has $241K to use

August 9, 2020 The Blue Earth City Council wants to help local businesses and organizations as much as they can by sharing the recent funds the city received from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, Economic Security... more »»

So far, hardly anyone has filed for local offices

August 9, 2020 During the first week that filing for local offices was open very few people came in and “tossed their hats into the ring. more »»

County Board looks at who to give CARES money to

August 9, 2020 The process of deciding how to utilize the $1. more »»

Primary election to be held on Tuesday, Aug. 11

August 9, 2020 Voters in Faribault County will be going to the polls to cast their votes in the Primary Election on Tuesday, Aug. 11. The ballot will include both partisan and nonpartisan areas. more »»

New manager at Rainbow Food Co-op

August 2, 2020 The Rainbow Food Co-op has a new face in the store, and it belongs to Steve Tenney, who took over as the manager recently. more »»

Board grades Fletcher

August 2, 2020 The Blue Earth Area School Board held a work session on Thursday, July 23, and immediately went into closed session to conduct superintendent Mandy Fletcher’s performance review. more »»

BE Campground makes many changes

August 2, 2020 There have been quite a few changes this year at the Blue Earth City Campground, which is located at the city-owned Faribault County Fairgrounds. more »»

USC Board approves principal contract

August 2, 2020 New United South Central High School principal Julie Stauber was formally introduced to the USC School Board by superintendent Keith Fleming at a special board meeting on Tuesday, July 28. more »»

USC makes choice for a principal

July 26, 2020 Progress continues in the process of hiring a new high school principal at United South Central Schools to replace the retiring Kelly Schlaak. more »»

Stauber accepts principal position

July 26, 2020 Julie Stauber will be the new high school principal at United South Central High School after accepting an offer from the USC School District on Thursday afternoon, July 23. more »»

County Board gets update from MnDOT

July 26, 2020 The Faribault County Commissioners met face-to-face for the first time in four months when they held their regular meeting on July 21 at the courthous. more »»

New apartment building coming to BE?

July 26, 2020 The Blue Earth City Council learned last night there could soon be a multi-unit apartment building constructed in the cit. more »»

Wheel chair does not slow Paul Prescher down

July 26, 2020 Being an outdoorsman is something Paul Prescher has always enjoyed. In fact he still enjoys hunting to this day. It is just not the same as it once wa. more »»

What will school be like this year?

July 19, 2020 The Blue Earth Area School District continues to plan for educating the district’s students this fall. more »»

Hwy 22 project in Wells in 2023

July 19, 2020 Highway 22 both to the north and south of Wells is scheduled to be resurfaced in the next few years. more »»

W’bago street project update

July 19, 2020 Progress on the Northwest Street Project continues and construction remains ahead of schedule, Bolten and Menk engineer Matt Cole told the Winnebago City Council at their meeting on July 14. more »»

Escaping from Vietnam to Blue Earth in 1975

July 19, 2020 It’s the end of an era in Blue Earth, says Marty Sawye. more »»

4-H kids will compete in Achievement Showcase

July 19, 2020 With county fairs cancelled all across Minnesota and other parts of the country due to COVID-19, many organizations and events which take place during the fairs also lost their stage. more »»

 
 

 

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