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Council, owner get wild over Wildcats

March 30, 2014 After a heated discussion between the Wells City Council members and Wildcats Bar and Grill owner Ben Musser Jr., the two sides are still not seeing eye to eye. more »»

Here we go ‘round again – BE plans more roundabouts

March 30, 2014 While Blue Earth has now become well known as the city with three roundabouts, it could soon become the city with six mini-traffic circles. more »»

BE boy survives 10-foot fall

March 30, 2014 Last Monday, at approximately 5 p.m., the Faribault County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from Chelsey Hledi. more »»

Council makes determination in Purvis case

March 30, 2014 After more than a month of meeting behind closed doors, the Blue Earth City Council has finally reached a determination in the case of employee Todd Purvis. more »»

BEA schools, police warn businesses of scammers

March 30, 2014 A recent outbreak of email scams have hit locally in the Blue Earth area. more »»

Fly girl, fly

March 30, 2014 Imagine a daily routine which consisted of sunrises and sunsets – all from a birdseye view. more »»

Koppala pleads guilty

March 23, 2014 A former Blue Earth priest facing criminal sexual conduct charges pled guilty during an Omnibus hearing on March 17 in Faribault County District Court. more »»

New Habitat for Humanity director wants to build a house this year

March 23, 2014 “This is my dream job,” says Staci Thompson, the new executive director of the Martin and Faribault County Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. “And, I am passionate about it. more »»

County says OK to crematorium

March 23, 2014 Faribault County will soon have a new location for cremation. Gene Stallkamp was present at the County Commissioners meeting last Tuesday seeking approval for a conditional use permit. more »»

Blue Earth not happy with $1 million plan

March 23, 2014 Sticker shock. That is what the Blue Earth City Council experienced at their meeting last Monday night. more »»

Growing grapes: A Nelson family affair

March 23, 2014 The tradition of farming is often passed down from generation to generation. more »»

Making it all fit

March 16, 2014 Ready, set, exercise! The new fitness machine and weight room at the Faribault County Fitness Center is open and operating. more »»

Helping local businesses

March 16, 2014 The Faribault County Economic Development Authority wants to help businesses out. more »»

W’bago raising garbage rates

March 16, 2014 Winnebago residents will see an increase in their garbage bill after the city renewed a contract Monday night. However, it is at no fault of theirs or the waste company’. more »»

Wells depletes salt supplies

March 16, 2014 Got salt? There has been no shortage of snow and ice this winter in Wells, but the same can not be said about road salt. more »»

A new city hall for Delavan

March 9, 2014 What could be viewed as a major loss to a small town has actually become a great gain. And, one Delavan resident has been there to experience it full circle. more »»

W’bago loses chief – again

March 9, 2014 The Winnebago Police Department is without a chief – again. Interim police chief Bob Toland submitted his resignation from the position after filling in since the beginning of January. more »»

County, city, ready to deal

March 9, 2014 Faribault County Economic Development Authority and the city of Blue Earth are ready to seal the dea. more »»

Second Street residents ask questions

March 9, 2014 A group of 20 residents of Second Street in Blue Earth came to a hearing last Monday night with questions. They left with a lot of answers and very few concerns. more »»

USC student receives life changing transplant

March 9, 2014 Tyler Doyle has never let anything slow him down – not even his anemia. more »»



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