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BE family on a journey with Rosie

January 15, 2017 It is hard now to imagine how our lives went from normal to a nightmare in a single moment, just immediately,” says Aaron Evenson, of Blue Eart. more »»

Wells wonders how many USC lots to purchase

January 15, 2017 It was a start to the new year for the Wells City Council as David Braun took his oath of office as the new mayor of Wells, while both Crystal Dulas and Brenda Weber also took their oaths of office... more »»

They have built a ‘monumental’ business

January 15, 2017 Blue Earth Monument has been a staple in Blue Earth for over 100 years, but it was Mark and Lori Maher, owners of Blue Earth Monument since 2008, who gave the garden of granite a new facelift and... more »»

Wedded the Western way

January 15, 2017 Cash Huntington is a man of the Western lifestyl. more »»

One look, a lifetime of love

January 15, 2017 While some folks don’t believe in the old saying of “love at first sight,” don’t tell that to Gladys Frette, a resident at St. Luke’s Lutheran Care Cente. more »»

County recognizes employees

January 8, 2017 Words of gratitude flew around the commissioners room at the Faribault County Courthouse Tuesday morning, as the board recognized longtime county employees and acknowledged some of its own personnel... more »»

USC tackles first-of-year agenda items

January 8, 2017 The United South Central School Board held a brief organizational meeting last Tuesday, Jan. 3, to get the year headed in the right directio. more »»

Are you ready for some...coffee?

January 8, 2017 Any good Minnesotan knows that the frigid winter months are incomplete without a nice, hot cup of joe. Java. Brew. Hot stuff. Coffee. more »»

All ready to start the new year

January 8, 2017 Many people use the start of the new year as a time to get themselves organized, and the Blue Earth City Council was no different at its first meeting of 2017 held last Monday night. more »»

Cancer won’t stop Weringa from thinking about tomorrow

January 8, 2017 I f you wake up and don’t want to smile, if it takes just a little while. Open your eyes and look at the day, you’ll see things in a different way. more »»

A hidden gem in BE

January 8, 2017 For more than 30 years, St. Luke’s Lutheran Care Center’s adult day service program has been providing activities, meals and care to residents of the community who are in need of full-time care. more »»

The man of the year

January 8, 2017 Albert “A.B.” Russ wasn’t surprised when he learned he had been selected as this year’s Blue Earth Chamber of Commerce Community Service Award honoree. “I wasn’t surprised – I was shocked,” Russ says. more »»

W’bago , Kaduce agree on sale

January 1, 2017 A purchase agreement between the city of Winnebago and Kaduce Plumbing & Heating has been signed, and the local business is now officially set to sell its 527 N. Main St. propert. more »»

County sets 3.6% levy increase

December 25, 2016 Numbers were the name of the game Tuesday afternoon, as the Faribault County Board of Commissioners set their own 2017 salaries, discussed wage increases for non-union county employees and approved ... more »»

Wells gets levy hike down to 8%

December 25, 2016 The city of Wells can enjoy a sigh of relief as its tax levy increase will be less than last year’s 9.27-percent increase. more »»

BE wants better recycling service

December 25, 2016 Two representatives of Waste Management went on the hot seat at last Monday’s Blue Earth City Council. more »»

Hark! Many herald angels sing across Faribault County

December 25, 2016 Members of Blue Earth Area Choirs grades 7 - 12 gave all of their holiday spirit in their Christmas choir performance last Monday, Dec. 19, while little cherubs at St. more »»

There’s always room for one more

December 18, 2016 Away from home. If reports from the Children’s Bureau under the U.S. more »»

Wells community supporting Bebo

December 18, 2016 United South Central has one heck of a little wrestler on their team. But this year, Bebo Getchell is sitting out the season. Bebo, a first-grader at USC, is battling leukemia, a cancer of the bloo. more »»

 
 

 

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