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Big changes at Prairieland plant

July 21, 2013 Prairieland Solid Waste Management is making some big changes to the way things are ru. more »»

Priest’s computer had porn

July 21, 2013 During the investigation of sexual misconduct by Father Leo Koppala, 47, Blue Earth, locked files were discovered on his computer. more »»

Micro-brewery coming to BE’s Main Street

July 21, 2013 Blue Earth may soon have a spot on its Main Street to stop in and sample a cold brew. And, the City Council took a major step last Monday night to help make that happen. more »»

School board approves an exciting addition

July 21, 2013 An exciting new sport is taking over the school systems in Minnesota. Clay target shooting. It’s a sport that anyone can do, and it’s not the typical one where there’s a lot of running around. more »»

City OKs detour change on Highway 169 project

July 21, 2013 The short detour around the roundabout construction on the intersection of Highway 169 and County Road 40 is going to become a little longer. more »»

Not what they wanted to find

July 14, 2013 Construction on the Highway 169 reconstruction project came to a screeching halt on July 3 – especially the work on the new roundabout at the Seventh Street intersection. more »»

Wells hires Leslie

July 14, 2013 After months of going without, the City of Wells has finally found a replacement city administrator. The council held a special meeting on July 1 to hold interviews and discuss applicant. more »»

Priest posts bail

July 14, 2013 The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) has unlocked files on Father Leo Charles Koppala’s computer. Over the next week, those files will be searched for acts of misconduc. more »»

Four want BEA board seat

July 14, 2013 The Blue Earth Area School Board has received four applications for the open board seat. more »»

Road construction ahead

July 7, 2013 One cannot drive more than a few blocks in Blue Earth without seeing a barricade or detour sign. Construction on several road improvement projects is in full swing. more »»

County Board debates where to put the dirt

July 7, 2013 As road construction on Highway 169 gets underway in Blue Earth, the contractors on the project may have hit a snag. more »»

He’s the perfect student

July 7, 2013 Everyone has experienced a day (or more) when they don’t feel like going to school. Either they are sick, or they aren’t prepared for a test or project, or maybe they just need a break. more »»

After the storm

July 7, 2013 Several days throughout the month of June, the words “Rain, rain go away, come again another day” rang in the minds of Faribault County residents. more »»

Summer’s storms continue to wreak havoc

June 30, 2013 Crashes of thunder woke many Blue Earth residents last Saturday, but one local woman was awakened by the storm for a different reaso. more »»

‘Together we can do it’

June 30, 2013 The future of a small town relies on the support of its community. So, one group in Kiester will now enlist help from residents in order to reopen the grocery store and rename it Kiester Market. more »»

Mayor working to solve pound issue

June 30, 2013 Blue Earth mayor Rick Scholtes thinks there must be a way for both the City Council and the Faribault County Humane Society to come to an agreement on how the city’s animal pound should be run. more »»

Assault charges filed

June 30, 2013 Assault, riot and misconduct landed Matthew Beck in the Faribault County Jail Sunday night. more »»

Legion gambling is a safe bet again

June 23, 2013 It’s a pretty safe bet that the Blue Earth American Legion Post is going to continue operating its charitable gambling games. more »»

Priest remains in jail

June 23, 2013 The Blue Earth Law Enforcement Center courtroom was filled on Monday, June 17. People wanted to see what would happen to Father Leo Koppala, 47, who was recently charged with criminal sexual conduc. more »»

Industrial park project funds fall through

June 23, 2013 Despite a major setback, plans for Blue Earth’s new industrial park north of I-90 are still in the work. more »»



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