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Time for you to sell your business?

June 28, 2020 The Faribault County Economic Development Authority (EDA) has been discussing ways to help local businesses do Succession Planning, when it comes time to sell their business. more »»

Krienke is new Muir Library director

June 28, 2020 Imagine being all excited about your first day of employment at a new job. more »»

Schlaak retires as USC principal

June 28, 2020 The United South Central School District School Board met Monday evening, June 22, to approve the retirement resignation of high school principal Kelly Schlaak. more »»

Ankeny is this year’s EDDY recipient at BEA

June 28, 2020 Brandon Ankeny is this year’s recipient of the EDDY award. more »»

County Board CUP challenged

June 22, 2020 On May 19 the Faribault County Commissioners approved a conditional use permit (CUP) for a hog facility which is to be constructed in Section 34 of Rome Township. more »»

BE Council deals with two houses

June 22, 2020 The Blue Earth City Council had two different public hearings held during their regular meeting last Monday evening. Both public hearings had to do with houses located in the cit. more »»

USC Board told referendum needed

June 22, 2020 “This is it. This is your opportunity. You need it to pass.” Those were the words of Barbie Roessler, a financial specialist from Ehlers, Inc. more »»

BEA Board votes to hold referendum

June 22, 2020 The Blue Earth Area School Board held a work session on Thursday night, June 18, followed immediately by a special School Board meeting. more »»

He really digs his work

June 22, 2020 There is a real art to tiling a farm field, says Mark Gregor of Gregor Tiling in Minnesota Lake. And, he should know. Gregor has been doing farm tiling for a long time. more »»

Holding out for better times

June 22, 2020 Brad Stevermer has certainly seen many changes in agriculture during his many years on the farm. more »»

It is time for fun, sun and swimming

June 14, 2020 The swimming pool in Winnebago will open on June 22. This was the news the Winnebago City Council heard from pool manager Carol Weerts at their meeting on Tuesday, June 9. more »»

Learning at home or in a classroom

June 14, 2020 The Blue Earth Area School Board had many items on their agenda when they met on Monday, June . more »»

Kennedy accepts job

June 14, 2020 It’s official. The Blue Earth City Council formally approved a contract with Mary Kennedy to be the new Blue Earth city administrator. more »»

Wells reverses course; will now open pool

June 14, 2020 “Last Friday, Governor Tim Walz’ announcement came as a big surprise,” said Wells City Administrator CJ Holl during last week’s regular Wells City Council meeting as the council considered opening... more »»

A new leader for Blue Earth’s Chamber of Commerce

June 14, 2020 A familiar face at the Blue Earth Giant Welcome Center and Blue Earth Chamber of Commerce has stepped up as Blue Earth’s new Chamber director. more »»

BE offering job to EDA’s Kennedy

June 7, 2020 The Blue Earth City Council spent some time at their regular meeting last Monday night discussing what steps to take to once again replace their city administrator – for the second time this year. more »»

County opens parks

June 7, 2020 “The hot topic for today, as it has been for the last few meetings, concerns opening the county parks,” Public Works director Mark Daly told the Faribault County Commissioners at their regular... more »»

3-way race develops in District 5

June 7, 2020 The official filing period for persons wishing to run for federal, state and county elections officially closed this past Tuesday, June 2. more »»

Conductor and educator got her start at BEA

June 7, 2020 Learning to play beautiful music starts with dedicated, passionate teachers at every level. Elaine Anderson, a 1986 graduate from Blue Earth Area, can speak to that testament, personally. more »»

Remembering Jerry Kabe

June 7, 2020 According to his boss, former sheriff Roger Fletcher, Gerald “Jerry” Kabe never met anyone he didn’t like and want to visit with. more »»

Easton’s unofficial historian

June 7, 2020 Did you know there was once a lake in the city of Easton (Heckles Lake), or that the town was at one time home to a Methodist church? LuAnn Schrader knows. more »»



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