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Two sisters start new jobs in BE

July 12, 2020 Two sisters started working for the city of Blue Earth last week. On Monday, July 6, Mary Kennedy officially started her duties as the new city administrator in Blue Earth. more »»

Two sentenced in assault case of MN Trooper

July 12, 2020 Faribault County Attorney Kathryn Karjala announced Montrell Smith and Anthony Enriquez were sentenced on July 7, by the Honorable Darci Bentz in Blue Earth and committed to the Commissioner of... more »»

Genesis Academy excited for new site

July 12, 2020 Genesis Classical Academy (GCA) had been looking for a new home and thought they had found one in the former Winnebago School buildings. more »»

Meet the new Methodist minister at Hope United

July 12, 2020 Do not let the North Carolina license plates on his car fool you. Pastor Lee Miller, who began serving Hope United Methodist Church on June 28, is a midwestern boy through and through. more »»

Habitat for Humanity 500 now virtual ride

July 12, 2020 This year the annual Habitat for Humanity 500 is going to be held virtuall. more »»

Helping out a buddy

July 5, 2020 They say they were just helping out a buddy – and a fellow soldie. more »»

‘Cluster’ of COVID-19 at Seneca

July 5, 2020 County health officials from Community Health and Human Services of Faribault & Martin Counties are working closely with Seneca Foods, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), United Hospital... more »»

New manager starts at county parks

July 5, 2020 “When I saw the ad in the paper I knew I had to apply,” Bryce Werner says. “It is a job that fits my personality.” The ad Werner refers to was for the Faribault County Parks manager position. more »»

UHD sells ATC to GCA school

July 5, 2020 Officials at United Hospital District Inc. (UHD) announced the sale of its former Adolescent Treatment Center (ATC) building to Genesis Classical Academy (GCA). more »»

BEA school spirit is alive and running on four wheels

July 5, 2020 Keep your eyes open in the upcoming weeks for the return of a one-of-a-kind vehicle driving down the streets of Blue Eart. more »»

Jim Putnam is named to Winnebago Hall of Fame

July 5, 2020 Jim Putnam is this year’s entry into the Winnebago Hall of Fame. Putnam was announced as the recipient during Winnebago’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) meeting on Wednesday, July 1. more »»

Time for you to sell your business?

June 28, 2020 The Faribault County Economic Development Authority (EDA) has been discussing ways to help local businesses do Succession Planning, when it comes time to sell their business. more »»

Krienke is new Muir Library director

June 28, 2020 Imagine being all excited about your first day of employment at a new job. more »»

Schlaak retires as USC principal

June 28, 2020 The United South Central School District School Board met Monday evening, June 22, to approve the retirement resignation of high school principal Kelly Schlaak. more »»

Ankeny is this year’s EDDY recipient at BEA

June 28, 2020 Brandon Ankeny is this year’s recipient of the EDDY award. more »»

County Board CUP challenged

June 22, 2020 On May 19 the Faribault County Commissioners approved a conditional use permit (CUP) for a hog facility which is to be constructed in Section 34 of Rome Township. more »»

BE Council deals with two houses

June 22, 2020 The Blue Earth City Council had two different public hearings held during their regular meeting last Monday evening. Both public hearings had to do with houses located in the cit. more »»

USC Board told referendum needed

June 22, 2020 “This is it. This is your opportunity. You need it to pass.” Those were the words of Barbie Roessler, a financial specialist from Ehlers, Inc. more »»

BEA Board votes to hold referendum

June 22, 2020 The Blue Earth Area School Board held a work session on Thursday night, June 18, followed immediately by a special School Board meeting. more »»

He really digs his work

June 22, 2020 There is a real art to tiling a farm field, says Mark Gregor of Gregor Tiling in Minnesota Lake. And, he should know. Gregor has been doing farm tiling for a long time. more »»

 
 

 

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