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2013 BE street projects cost $2.4 M

October 19, 2014 The numbers are in. And, the numbers are pretty big. The numbers are the total costs for the two street improvement projects completed by the city of Blue Earth in the summer of 2013. more »»

 
 
 
W’bago hires police, staff

October 19, 2014 Last Tuesday was the night to fill vacant positions. The Winnebago City Council approved several hires at their meeting. more »»

Some BEA state test scores show ‘need for improvement’

October 19, 2014 Sometimes when a student does not do well on a test, the teacher writes a note across the top which reads “Needs improvement. more »»

German soccer player excels in American football

October 19, 2014 Sam Hahn thought it might be a real “kick” to come to America and spend a year as an exchange student at a U.S. school. Little did he realize how true that idea was going to become. more »»

Blue Earth hires administrator

October 12, 2014 After a full afternoon of interviews and an evening of meetings, the Blue Earth City Council selected their choice for a new city administrator. The council voted to offer the position to Timothy P. more »»

Ibisch excited to come

October 12, 2014 While the resume of the newly hired Blue Earth city administrator states his residence as Columbus, Wis., he wants to make it clear he is a native Minnesotan. more »»

UHD board works on its strategy plan

October 12, 2014 It is all about strategy for the United Hospital District. That is why the UHD?board spent some time at their Oct. 7 meeting discussing their strategic plan. more »»

County adding property tax to townhouses

October 12, 2014 The Faribault County Board of Commissioners passed a motion last Tuesday that called for a tax addition on a parcel of land located in the city of Blue Earth. more »»

Student from Denmark adjusts to small town living

October 12, 2014 To make the transition between a private high school and a public high school can be difficult for many students. more »»

Officer on duty

October 5, 2014 Most students, whether they were in elementary, middle school or high school after 1983, will remember the days when they were taken out of the classroom and led into an auditorium to find a police... more »»

BE residents have their choice

October 5, 2014 Got garbage? If you live in Blue Earth, several companies are competing to help you dispose of all that household waste. more »»

USC Rebel stadium nearly finished

October 5, 2014 The Minnesota Vikings have been playing at the University of Minnesota’s stadium while they wait for their new stadium to be built; the United South Central Rebels are experiencing the same thing. more »»

Student from Denmark adapts to US culture

October 5, 2014 The summer after high school graduation is typically reserved for finding a new hobby, doing some traveling or spending time with friends before heading off to college or work. more »»

Getting it all in shape

September 29, 2014 After months of construction, it is time to celebrate all the hard work. Area residents are invited to the Faribault County Fitness Center Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting. more »»

Down to final three

September 29, 2014 The list of candidates for the position of Blue Earth city administrator has been narrowed down to three. more »»

W’bago looks at tax levy increase

September 29, 2014 The Winnebago City Council set their preliminary levy at a special meeting last Tuesday night. The council approved to set the preliminary levy at $592,925; an increase of 11.84 percent. more »»

Wells preliminary levy up 17 percent

September 29, 2014 At their meeting Monday night, the?Wells City Council set their preliminary levy at an increase of just more than 17 percent after working down from an even higher number. more »»

BE narrows administrator candidates down to seven

September 21, 2014 The Blue Earth City Council learned last Monday night that progress is being made in the search for a new city administrator. more »»

USC Board sets levy at the max

September 21, 2014 The United South Central School Board set their preliminary levy at their meeting last Tuesday night. Superintendent Dr. more »»

County Board will help with demolition

September 21, 2014 A common theme was visible at last Tuesday’s Faribault County Board of Commissioners meeting. more »»

Mankato man sentenced to 30 years

September 21, 2014 A 41-year-old Mankato man was sentenced for criminal sexual conduct charges in Faribault County District Court last Thursda. more »»

 
 

 

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Beware of the squash

July 18, 2014 Do you remember the movie “Little Shop of Horrors?" In it a hapless florist shop worker named Seymour is raising a plant from outer space that keeps growing and growing, bigger and bigger. more »

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