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Six million dollar flop

February 16, 2014 It seemed like a dream come true. An old food processing plant in Wells was purchased, remodeled and going to open with 53 employees at the start, going to 222 employees within a few short years. more »»

BEA wants to give every student a digital device

February 16, 2014 Last Monday night the Blue Earth Area School Board took the first step which will eventually lead to furnishing an electronic learning device (iPad Mini or Chromebook) into the hands of each and... more »»

Attempted murder in Winnebago

February 16, 2014 A Winnebago man appeared in Faribault County District Court last Monday regarding charges stemming from an attempted murder of a relative and domestic assault. more »»

Koppola granted another hearing

February 16, 2014 A former Blue Earth priest facing criminal sexual conduct charges was granted a probable cause hearing during an arraignment on Feb. 10 in Faribault County District Cour. more »»

Second Street will be $2 million project

February 9, 2014 The Blue Earth City Council learned last Monday night the cost for their street and utility project for 2014 is expected to top the $2 million mark. more »»

Will BEA 8th grade move?

February 9, 2014 Parents, teachers, School Board members and concerned citizens gathered to voice their opinions about merging the eighth grade into the high school at Blue Earth Area. more »»

Computer headaches strike UHD

February 9, 2014 United Hospital District ended 2013 with a big computer switch over, which is still a big item on their plate at the beginning of the New Year. more »»

No charges in Purvis case

February 9, 2014 A Blue Earth police officer will not be criminally charged, according to information obtained by the Faribault County Register last week. more »»

Academics, arts, athletics; two BEA?students have it all

February 9, 2014 Some high school students could already have a resume longer than a few college graduates. Blue Earth Area seniors Calvin Sanders and Audrey McDonald would be the examples. more »»

End of an era

February 2, 2014 The small town of Huntley says goodbye to another piece of its community. Last year the historic Huntley Depot was donated and hauled away. more »»

The Flame Theatre in Wells keeping its cheap seats

February 2, 2014 It looks like the Flame Theatre in Wells will still be the cheapest seats around ­– at least for another year. more »»

Blame it on road construction

February 2, 2014 There is good news and bad news when it comes to the city-run Blue Earth Wine and Spirits store. more »»

Eye in the Sky

February 2, 2014 If two men from Winnebago have their way, the skies over Faribault County will soon be filled with drone aircraft. more »»

Weather causing issues

February 2, 2014 We like our cold weather bragging rights in Minnesota, but there is nothing to brag about when your skin can freeze at -50 wind chill in only five minute. more »»

BE police officer faces investigation

January 27, 2014 A Blue Earth police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the results of two different investigations. more »»

W’bago believes chief of their own is best fit

January 27, 2014 The Winnebago Police Department is here to stay. more »»

USC hires driving instructor after 5-year search

January 27, 2014 You can add drivers education to Martin Healey’s long list of job titles. more »»

A giant night of celebration

January 27, 2014 It was a giant night, as Blue Earth community members gathered in celebration. The 73rd Annual Chamber Banquet held on Jan. 17 served a double purpose – a birthday party and an awards ceremony. more »»

USC takes a seat, or two, or three...

January 19, 2014 Eight hundred of the 64,111 Metrodome seats, from the soon to be demolished Metrodome, will find a new home in the city of Wells. On Jan. more »»

W’bago searches for a chief solution

January 19, 2014 It was almost a month ago when it was announced the City of Winnebago would be without a chief of police – again. more »»



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