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Ann Marie’s Kitchen closes its doors

July 16, 2017 The business of barbecue can be pretty sticky. It could be in part to the amount of molasses or brown sugar in a lot of barbecue sauces. more »»

Carnival bails from Faribault County Fair

July 13, 2017 It was not good news. This past Tuesday the Faribault County Fair fair board held a special meeting after having just learned that their carnival for this year's fair is not coming. more »»

Taking charge at the Wells Chamber

July 9, 2017 She may be a familiar face in the city of Wells but now that she has become the new chamber of commerce director, Michelle Brandt will become a very familiar face to its townspeopl. more »»

Take me out to the old ball game

July 9, 2017 I?usually try and make it to at least one Minnesota Twins game every season. Sometimes more than one. Some years it was lots more than on. more »»

County Board hears updates on highways

July 9, 2017 Drivers in the southeast corner of the county should be enjoying a smoother ride thanks to action taken by the Faribault County Highway Department. more »»

Running for U.S. Congress, governor

July 9, 2017 While the next state and federal election is more than a year away, two Blue Earth ‘native sons’ are already busy running for public office. more »»

When life hands you juvenile diabetes, make lemonade

July 9, 2017 Brian and Louise Koranda welcomed some very special visitors to Blue Earth for the Fourth of July holiday. more »»

Generating power with the sun

July 2, 2017 While there may not be a community vegetable garden in Blue Earth this summer, there soon will be a community garden of another kind. more »»

Former county foreman pleads guilty to theft

July 2, 2017 The former Faribault County general foreman, Mark Adams, 59, of Winnebago, pled guilty to misdemeanor receiving stolen property last week during his arraignment in Faribault County District Court. more »»

Working to preserve historic log cabin

July 2, 2017 Armed with a deep rooted interest in history as well as years of experience in carpentry Dale Edlund, of Edlund Construction, was extremely excited to take on his latest log house restoration projec... more »»

Giant fun in BE July 7-9

July 2, 2017 Summer, it’s in the air! We have new giant plans for a fun-filled summer, too, here at the Blue Earth Chamber office. Please join us in B.E. more »»

Join the fun in Blue Earth July 8

July 2, 2017 Running may not be your thing, but that does not mean you cannot be an encouraging side-line participant in the Giant Days Giant and Sprout?Run set to take place July 7 and 8. more »»

Friends organize benefit for Easton woman with cancer

July 2, 2017 According to legendary songwriters John Lennon and Paul McCartney, we can all use “a little help from our friends. more »»

Water treatment plant upgrades

June 25, 2017 Despite the fact the bids came in higher than the cost estimate by $1 million, the Blue Earth City Council voted 4-3 to proceed with a wastewater treatment plant upgrade project. more »»

USC School Board approves purchase

June 25, 2017 United South Central is going chrome. Well, Google Chrome, that is. more »»

County Commissioners debate buffer law

June 25, 2017 Faribault County public works director and engineer Mark Daly was in attendance at the Faribault County Board meeting on June 20. more »»

Farmers get ‘baled’ out

June 25, 2017 Farmers are well known as being ready, willing and able to help their neighbors when they need some help. more »»

Ag Concepts in BE

June 25, 2017 A small office on the east side of Blue Earth is home to big time wheelings and dealings within the business sector. Ag Marketing Concepts Incorporated began their operation in 1996. more »»

Culture within a culture: a big manga fan visits Japan

June 23, 2017 I made the jump,” says 26-year-old Blue Earth resident, Samantha Bell. “If you have the chance, do it. Don’t second guess yourself, just do it. more »»

Powering through the county

June 18, 2017 While work continues on a high-voltage electrical transmission line near Blue Earth and Winnebago, plans are just starting up on another one to be built in the are. more »»

 
 

 

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