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Minnesota’s Best

March 22, 2020 The Minnesota Pork Board recently honored Dale and Lori Stevermer as Pork Promoters of the Year. The Stevermers, who live south of Easton, received the award on Jan. 27, in Minneapolis. more »»

He knows his Deeres

March 22, 2020 Dakota Kalis is a John Deere-certified mechanic who actually attended a John Deere technical program at Northeast Iowa Community College in Calmar, Iowa for two years. more »»

Meet the Alfords

March 22, 2020 Everything just fell into place,” is how Matt Alford describes how he became part of his wife’s family’s farming operation east of Blue Earth. more »»

Winnebago School for sale, again

March 15, 2020 The former Winnebago School buildings are for sale, again. more »»

COVID-19 precautions begin around the area

March 15, 2020 LeadingAge Minnesota and Care Providers of Minnesota on Thursday, March 12, advised nursing homes and assisted living providers to take action immediately to restrict visitor access to only essentia... more »»

Retrial for Mastin denied

March 15, 2020 A motion for a new trial for Allison Mastin in an ongoing perjury case was denied by Judge Troy Timmerman in Faribault County District Court on Monday, March 9. more »»

Citizens concerned about staff cuts at BEA

March 15, 2020 The Blue Earth Area School Board held their monthly meeting on Monday, March 9. more »»

BPA club continues building on its success

March 15, 2020 Luke Carr will be making his second consecutive trip to compete at the National Leadership Conference of the Business Professionals of America (BPA). more »»

BEA Board studies ways to reduce

March 8, 2020 The Blue Earth Area School Board held a work session on Wednesday, March 4, to review a report by Baird’s School Business Solutions Team. more »»

Moore to start on Monday

March 8, 2020 The city of Blue Earth has now officially hired a new city administrator. more »»

Biden wins in county’s DFL voting

March 8, 2020 With 8,126 registered voters in Faribault County, 1,486 of them chose to participate in the presidential primary elections during Super Tuesday, on March 3. more »»

County gets funding for bridge work

March 8, 2020 Some of the opening discussion during the Faribault County Commissioners meeting last Tuesday centered on whether Faribault County would be required to pay back money the Minnesota Department of... more »»

Not one, but two Leap Year birthdays at Blue Earth Area

March 8, 2020 Two Blue Earth Area Elementary second graders celebrated their second birthday last week. Wait, what? Two-year olds are in second grade? Not exactly. more »»

BE Council chooses Moore

March 1, 2020 And now there is one. After a full day of conducting interviews last Tuesday, Feb. 25, the Blue Earth City Council made their choice for hiring a new city administrator. more »»

Wells Library had a busy year in 2019

March 1, 2020 Betsy Bushlack, library director for the Wells Public Library gave a presentation to the Wells City Council during their Fe. more »»

Blue Earth Area senior becomes All-State Choir member

March 1, 2020 The late, famous jazz singer, Ella Fitzgerald, is said to have made the following statement about singing, “The only thing better than singing is more singing. more »»

Two groups and two memorials

February 23, 2020 Blue Earth may be the site of not one, but two veteran reflection areas – both a city veteran’s reflection park and a county Veteran’s Memorial. more »»

Now there are three

February 23, 2020 And now there are only three. Blue Earth mayor Rick Scholtes made an announcement near the end of last Tuesday night’s Blue Earth City Council meetin. more »»

Beware of a cyber attack

February 23, 2020 “There is a large effort to target county commissioners by hackers,” Midwest IT Systems security specialist Ben Geddis told the Faribault County Board at their meeting on Feb. 18. more »»

USC board gets update on new Arise Academy

February 23, 2020 Dr. Sarah Mittelstadt, director of Southern Plains Educational Cooperative (SPEC) made an appearance at the United South Central School Board meeting last Tuesday, Feb. more »»

 
 

 

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