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County adds road project

August 9, 2015 After more than a year of collecting wheelage tax in Faribault County, taxpayers can see some of that transportation tax put to use before the snow flies this year. more »»

New Guy In Charge

August 9, 2015 He wasn’t quite sure he was looking for a change, but he found one with his new position at United Hospital District, in Blue Earth. And, so far he is happy with the new challenge. more »»

BEA teacher facing cancer

August 9, 2015 For the past three years, Blue Earth Area Schools have had a great addition to their art program, and her name is Erin Mikels. more »»

Study shows parking not full downtown

August 9, 2015 A recent parking survey of downtown Blue Earth seems to show that there is currently enough parking spaces to fill demand. In fact, there are more than enough parking spots to serve the need. more »»

Yeager to be honored as the W’bago Hall of Famer

August 9, 2015 She doesn’t like to toot her own horn when it comes to special recognitions, however, the city of Winnebago is going to do it for her this year. more »»

Repair or replace damaged bridge

August 2, 2015 There is a procedure to be followed when repairing or replacing a bridg. more »»

BE Public Works projected budget down $50,000

August 2, 2015 It is not often the Blue Earth City Council sees a budget proposal for one of the city departments that is a decrease from the previous year. more »»

Wells Lions Club plans to build a plaza

August 2, 2015 Though things may look empty in the lot between 115 and 125 South Broadway Street in Wells, rest assured, action will be taking place soon enoug. more »»

Elmore native makes crazy good eats with crazy good meats

August 2, 2015 It was a ‘crazy’ idea. But, it was also a ‘good’ idea. About two years ago, former Elmore resident Garrett Eisele decided to make and sell beef snack bite. more »»

USC student expulsion reversed

July 26, 2015 In the 2013-14 school year, a purse, a pocket knife, and a School Board decision created a grinding halt for one young woman’s high school education. more »»

Wells demo costs

July 26, 2015 The debate between the city of Wells and the Faribault County Commissioners continued last week as they work to resolve the cost of a recent demolition. more »»

BE street project gets OK and grant

July 26, 2015 The Blue Earth City Council learned that the 21st Street paving project is a definite go. more »»

Old school, new school issues arise

July 26, 2015 Though United South Central’s new school may seem completed, and the demolition of the old school seems well on its way to completion as well, USC still has a fairly big list of accomplishments to... more »»

A mob is coming to worship at Prairie River Camp

July 26, 2015 When one hears the word mob, it is not always associated with other words such as passion, positivity and uplifting. more »»

BE Chamber gets off to fast start

July 17, 2015 Though Giant Days is over, the fun is just beginning for Blue Earth Chamber director Cindy Lyon as she continues fundraising for a new building at Giant Park. more »»

Ticket prices up and down

July 17, 2015 The Blue Earth Area School Board did some tinkering with numbers at their meeting last Monday night. more »»

Wells wants county to help

July 17, 2015 During the Wells City Council meeting, councilwoman Whitney Harig inquired as to whether or not the county commissioners will pay for their portion of the demolition of the Frank Brothers Elevator,... more »»

W’bago taking look at sewers

July 17, 2015 With a big project in the northwest portion of town looming in Winnebago’s future, many small issues in the northern area of town continue to aris. more »»

Blue Earth spreads love for reading with a Little Library

July 17, 2015 You can take one, you can leave one. And you should definitely read one. Books have been around for years, but a more recent trend has made its way to Blue Earth now, too. more »»

County Board shocked at demo bill

July 12, 2015 A recent agreement to share costs for a building demolition has again turned out to be twice as expensive than expected for the count. more »»



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