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BE Main Street plan approved

February 19, 2016 The Blue Earth City Council gave approval to a final proposed plan for the Main Street reconstruction project slated for this coming summe. more »»

Underage drinking problem

February 14, 2016 Faribault County sticks out, and not necessarily in a good way, and the Faribault County Board of Commissioners was informed of that at their meeting on Friday, Feb. 5. more »»

W’bago tables pay hike

February 14, 2016 What started as an employee review and possible pay raise at the Winnebago City Council meeting last Tuesday night, ended up being tabled after a 20-minute discussion and no decision being mad. more »»

Wells is getting a grant

February 14, 2016 Rumors were floating around as to whether the city of Wells accepted their TED grant for the North Industrial Park project, and the Wells City Council wanted to set the record straight during their... more »»

Enrollment slightly down at BEA

February 14, 2016 There are fewer students walking through the halls of Blue Earth Area School this month as compared to the start of school last fall. more »»

Rep. Peggy Bennett checks on USC Reading Corps program

February 14, 2016 Last Wednesday, the United South Central Elementary School had a very special guest. Rep. more »»

Paying for demolition

February 7, 2016 To demolish or not to demolish, that was the question at last week’s Blue Earth City Council meeting. more »»

Meanwhile, owner of the Three Sisters buildings not happy

February 7, 2016 The owner of three buildings on Blue Earth’s Main Street was not surprised to learn that an inspection by the city found the structures to be sound. more »»

New offices under construction

February 7, 2016 With plans that were set last September, along with actual construction beginning last November, there is still a bit of progress to be made before some offices in the Faribault County Courthouse... more »»

Local metal musicians are making Ugly music together

February 7, 2016 In a small 8 by 10 foot room of a rented house in Blue Earth, a full drum set, multiple speakers, sound boards, and amps are being set up for band practice. more »»

Blue Earth officially welcomes you

January 31, 2016 It has been in the works for about a year now, but Blue Earth city administrator Tim Ibisch says it will soon become a reality. A new welcome to Blue Earth sign. more »»

Wells EDA board revamps and sees two resignations

January 31, 2016 The Economic Development Authority (EDA) in Wells may notice a few vacancies on their EDA board. And those vacancies will be permanent. more »»

When life hands you ice, make a rink

January 31, 2016 What started out with an idea from the community has finally come to be a reality in Winnebago. But, it wasn’t without a few hang ups at firs. more »»

Choosing kindness over bullying could save a friend’s life

January 31, 2016 As a youth, many people of older generations dealt with bullying in one fashion or another. You either ran or stood up to the bully. more »»

Wanted: USC superintendent

January 24, 2016 The search for a superintendent has begun for United South Central Schools. And the process will be a quick one. After a special meeting on Jan. more »»

BE council looking at big projects

January 24, 2016 Some big bucks. The Blue Earth City Council spent much of their meeting last Monday night discussing several projects which have some large price tags attached to them. more »»

Jesus Food selling Elmore site

January 24, 2016 For sale – 7,000-square-foot building in downtown Elmore. After receiving the former Pioneer Bank building in Elmore as a gift, the Jesus Food organization has now put the structure up for sale. more »»

County deals with transit complaints

January 24, 2016 After just a few weeks into the new system, the Faribault County Board has already heard a number of complaints from the public about the new joint transit system. more »»

Kluenders recognized as Outstanding Conservationists

January 24, 2016 These days you hear of more and more people going green in their home or buying organic products. But, one Faribault County family has decided to transition their entire 42-year-old farm to organi. more »»

Wells VFW building ‘hazardous’

January 17, 2016 Asbestos, lead, and hazardous air quality has left the Wells Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) building in quite a pickle. more »»



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