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Losing business

August 7, 2016 Two businesses in downtown Winnebago are now closed, and the city’s Economic Development Authority met Wednesday to weigh its options for the departure of another. more »»

Genesis Classical Academy greets second year with changes

August 7, 2016 Genesis Classical Academy has run into a bit of a snafu for the 2016-17 school year. “We are growing too fast,” reports GCA headmaster Renée Doyle with a smile. more »»

Hot time at the county fair

July 31, 2016 An admitted shortage in profits and attendance rocked the Faribault County Fair this year, and all fingers are pointing to none other than Mother Nature for the dropof. more »»

FariCARES coordinator resigns before starting

July 31, 2016 As the saying goes, never count your chickens before they are hatched. more »»

Want to run for public office?

July 31, 2016 Are you interested in running for local office and maybe serving on your city council or school board? The time to sign up to run for these and other local public bodies will start next week. more »»

A golden era for gloves in town

July 31, 2016 In the 1950s, a young man by the name of Cassius Clay got his start in boxing. Childhood troubles led a preteen Clay into the arms of a Louisville, Kentucky, police officer. more »»

Bus service hits pothole

July 24, 2016 “It won’t fail.” Jeremy Monahan, the director of Prairie Lakes Transit, assured the Faribault and Martin County Transit Board Tuesday that things would be just fine. more »»

More BE projects planned

July 24, 2016 The Blue Earth City Council discussed a wide variety of possible projects during both their work session and regular meeting held last Monday night. more »»

Regulating renewable energy in the county

July 24, 2016 An ordinance was passed, a donation was requested and a permit was granted at the Faribault County Courthouse Tuesday, as the county commissioners tackled a busy slate at their latest meeting. more »»

USC names its football stadium

July 24, 2016 It’s official. At last Tuesday night’s United South Central School Board meeting, the new football/track stadium was given a name. But, the decision did not come without a lot of discussion. more »»

Fair fun!

July 24, 2016 Despite the heat and humidity, these kids were having fun at the fair on Wednesday, hanging out with one of Alfie’s Robots. More photos are inside on page 13. more »»

Bus service hits pothole

July 22, 2016 “It won’t fail.” Jeremy Monahan, the director of Prairie Lakes Transit, assured the Faribault and Martin County Transit Board Tuesday that things would be just fine. more »»

A passing of the BEAM torch

July 22, 2016 Shelly Larsen is still adjusting to her new title in town. The responsibilities she has as Blue Earth Area Mentors’ new coordinator, however, are quite familiar. more »»

More BE projects planned

July 22, 2016 The Blue Earth City Council discussed a wide variety of possible projects during both their work session and regular meeting held last Monday night. more »»

Regulating renewable energy in the county

July 22, 2016 An ordinance was passed, a donation was requested and a permit was granted at the Faribault County Courthouse Tuesday, as the county commissioners tackled a busy slate at their latest meeting. more »»

County owns Three Sisters

July 17, 2016 Faribault County recently took over ownership of the three buildings in downtown Blue Earth known locally as the Three Sisters. more »»

BEA buys buses

July 17, 2016 The Blue Earth Area School Board had a very short meeting last Monday night, but in 23 minutes they quickly took care of a wide variety of items. more »»

Wells road bump

July 17, 2016 Road bump ahead. At least that is what is happening with the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s Preservation Project that was expected to affect Highway 109 through Wells next yea. more »»

Go, Pokémon Go!

July 17, 2016 These four kids were speeding around Blue Earth on their roller blades last Monday evening with their eyes glued to their cell phones. more »»

Lacey’s Catering celebrates its grand opening in Wells

July 15, 2016 “Delicious.” “Stunning.” “Such creativity and absolute perfection.” Those are just a small sample of the reviews that were heard at the grand opening of the new catering business in Well. more »»

 
 

 

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