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GIANT ribbon cutting

April 14, 2019 The Blue Earth Chamber of Commerce held a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting at their new Giant Welcome Center and Giant Memorabilia Museum on Friday, April 5. more »»

 
 
 
Wells OKs 150th requests

April 14, 2019 As the summer approaches, Wells prepares for it’s 150th anniversary celebration, also known as the town’s Sesquicentennia. more »»

W’bago starts search for an administrator

April 14, 2019 The Winnebago City Council formalized the search for a new city administrator at their meeting Tuesday, April 9. more »»

BEA makes $425,364 in cuts

April 14, 2019 Proposed budget cuts for the 2019-20 school year dominated the discussion at the Blue Earth Area School Board meeting on Monday, April 8. more »»

Mitchell Chautautqua’s 2019 Woman of Achievement

April 14, 2019 When asked how she felt about being nominated and chosen as the 2019 Woman of Achievement, this local librarian had only one thing to say: “I feel like I’m just doing my job,” says Heidi Schutt,... more »»

BEA board studies possible cuts

April 7, 2019 It only took a few moments to get the Blue Earth Area School Board special meeting up, running, and approving the superintendent contract for Mandy Fletche. more »»

BE accepts $1.5 million project bid

April 7, 2019 Blue Earth’s summer street project is officially a go, as the City Council accepted the lowest of four bids during their meeting last Monday night. more »»

SHIP program huge benefit to Faribault County

April 7, 2019 For people in Faribault County, and many others in Minnesota, their SHIP has come in. SHIP stands for Statewide Health Improvement Partnership. more »»

United South Central is making some room for Reggie

April 7, 2019 United South Central Schools are working to take out the barriers and the stigma surrounding the need for personal hygiene products for students. more »»

A new face at Bauer Built

April 7, 2019 With the retirement of Randy Mathesen as the manager of the Blue Earth Bauer Built Tire and Service last year, the store said good-bye to the only manager the Blue Earth location had known. more »»

Wells selling old bank building

March 31, 2019 The City of Wells is working on several improvements throughout the city as spring begins, and made more progress in their March 25, meeting to tie up projects from last fall. more »»

Giant gets a happy meal

March 31, 2019 After years of standing tall and looking over at the Blue Earth McDonald’s restaurant and drooling, the Green Giant statue in Blue Earth finally had a “happy meal.” Sort of. more »»

A national honor for Delavan’s Gene Paul

March 31, 2019 Okay trivia buffs, here is a new question for you. more »»

Faribault County artists exhibit works across Minnesota

March 31, 2019 The city of Blue Earth has a rising painter in its midst. more »»

BEA picks new superintendent

March 24, 2019 The search for the next Blue Earth Area School superintendent began over two months ago. more »»

Agreements finalized for sale of the Three Sisters

March 24, 2019 “I have in front of me the signed commercial purchase agreement and development agreement that were delivered here over the weekend,” said Blue Earth’s city attorney David Frundt during the Blue... more »»

Harsh winter caused problems for county

March 24, 2019 Weather has been the main topic of many conversations over the last two months and although spring has officially begun, the county is still dealing with the effects of the winter season. more »»

BEA BPA students find success at state competition

March 24, 2019 A program which started at the beginning of the current school year at Blue Earth Area High School is yielding some impressive results. more »»

Superintendent search is down to 2

March 17, 2019 The search for a new Blue Earth Area superintendent has been narrowed down to two candidates. more »»

W’bago council votes on zoning issues

March 17, 2019 Zoning issues took center stage at the March 12 Winnebago City Council meeting. more »»

Wells Council denies 3.2 liquor license

March 17, 2019 The 3.2 liquor license requested by Marketplace Foods has been denied by the city of Wells during a public hearing on the matter at the Wells City Council meeting last Monday, March 11. more »»

 
 

 

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