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German native dives into American lifestyle

October 27, 2013 Amelie Bachmann wasted no time getting acclimated into American lifestyle. Bachmann arrived in Blue Earth on Aug. 3. She was hosted by the Tami and Travis Armstrong family, along with Addison and Tea. more »»

W’bago chief retiring

October 20, 2013 The Winnebago city council has recently approved an early retirement incentive for police officers – but little did they know it would be utilized so soon. more »»

Two into one

October 20, 2013 The Blue Earth Area School board revisited the idea of dropping out of the South Central Conference. more »»

County doesn’t want bill for Frost demolition

October 20, 2013 The Faribault County commissioners weren’t too keen on the idea of footing the bill for a house demolition in Frost. more »»

USC receives $41K gift in memory of former teacher

October 20, 2013 The United South Central School Board accepted $41,200 on Oct. 15 to establish the Eldon and Phyllis Coyle Memorial Scholarship fund. Coyle, 93, passed away on Dec. 20, 2012. more »»

Manufacturing tour is Saturday

October 20, 2013 Residents of Faribault County – and the area ­– have a unique opportunity to tour several manufacturing firms this coming Saturday. more »»

Norwegian girl all excited to be in Blue Earth

October 20, 2013 To say that Mette Rostad had her mind set on coming to America as a foreign exchange student is an understatement. more »»

Welcome to Orange Earth Minnesota

October 13, 2013 The Green Giant turned orange, the mayor declared the city’s name be changed to Orange Earth and students from Blue Earth Area showed up in anti-bullying orange T-shirts. more »»

Time to remodel

October 13, 2013 The Winnebago City Council is trying to tie up some loose ends before the end of the year. One of those items is scheduling some much needed maintenence work on the municipal building. more »»

BE Council OKs dog pound deal

October 13, 2013 They are getting closer. But, after nine months, it still isn’t a done dea. more »»

Train crushes semi-trailer at Marna

October 13, 2013 The bright morning sun last Tuesday was the cause for a truck/train accident near Marna, a few miles east of Blue Earth, at approximately 7:40 a.m. more »»

Coming to America was a dream come true for Aasheim

October 13, 2013 Ina Aasheim was excited to arrive in Blue Earth, which isn’t something you hear many 18-year-olds say. more »»

Nowhere bridge bid OK’d

October 6, 2013 Some have gotten on board with the idea of repairing the bridge at South Walnut Lake, while others still see it leading nowhere. more »»

Money to BEA just State IOU payment

October 6, 2013 While local school officials are certainly grateful for a recent announcement by state legislators and the governor that they will be receiving more money, they quickly point out one thing. more »»

He’s ready to be orange

October 6, 2013 On Wednesday, Blue Earth is going to turn orange. In fact, it will become so orange that the name itself will be proclaimed to be Orange Earth, at least for one day. more »»

It’s a big birthday for UHD Home Health and Hospice

October 6, 2013 United Hospital District has something to celebrate – 25 years of providing home health and hospice care. more »»

Is this really a bridge to nowhere?

September 29, 2013 Some are calling it the bridge to nowhere, but to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources that couldn’t be farther from the truth. more »»

A million dollar announcement

September 29, 2013 It was the news that city of Blue Earth officials have been holding their breath waiting to hear. ‘The grant’ has been approved. more »»

Going for a long walk

September 29, 2013 A lot of people cross the United States in a jet plane. Some folks drive a car or a motor home across the country. Some do it on a motorcycl. more »»

Such great heights

September 29, 2013 A moment of rest on a childhood hike offered a very special view that Krista Dulac of Blue Earth would never forget. She stopped along a path on Deer Ridge Mountain to take in the horizon. more »»

 
 

 

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