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Frustration over USC sign cost

June 23, 2019 “This isn’t choosing a sign over a teacher,” were United South Central School Board member Jon Feist’s words to the public when it came to the topic of spending up to $39,000 on a new LED messaging... more »»

Hank Williams has a new home in BE

June 23, 2019 It turns out that Hank Williams moved from California to Blue Earth last week. more »»

W’bago concerned over takeover date

June 23, 2019 Concerns regarding the actual date of when the city of Winnebago can take over and begin renovating the former Winnebago school building dominated the discussion at a special work session of the... more »»

Skaden named BEA’s 2019 Eddy Award winner

June 23, 2019 Justin Skaden not only works hard to keep our school looking nice, but he goes above and beyond to interact with the students. more »»

Organic farming in BE

June 23, 2019 Taking West 14th Street out southwest of Blue Earth, driving onto a gravel road just past Highland Drive, tucked away in a quaint corner of the county is the home of Blue Dirt Farm. more »»

Hemp hits Winnebago

June 23, 2019 Diversity in farming is nothing new. Farmers have been growing different crops and raising a variety of livestock for decades in an effort to not have all of their eggs in one baske. more »»

New BEA superintendent is ready

June 16, 2019 It has been a long and winding road for Mandy Fletcher to reach her next destination as the new superintendent of Blue Earth Area School. more »»

Easton to get its water from Wells (the city)

June 16, 2019 The city of Easton will be working together with the city of Wells to service the future water needs of Easton. more »»

W’bago gets the numbers

June 16, 2019 The Winnebago City Council is beginning to get a better picture of what it will cost to get the former Winnebago School buildings back in shape. more »»

Tungland sentenced

June 16, 2019 Wyatt Eugene Tungland was finally sentenced for the 2017 assault of a former Blue Earth Area student. more »»

Former Blue Earth resident receives heroic recognition

June 16, 2019 Last April 12 started out as a pretty ordinary day for Linda (Hougan) Larson, of Apple Valley, and formerly of Blue Earth. more »»

BEA elementary principal named

June 9, 2019 The Blue Earth Area School Board held a special meeting on Tuesday morning, June 4, to accept the resignation of Melissa McGuire, effective June 30, as the K-7 principal. more »»

Winnebago has lots of lots for sale

June 9, 2019 Winnebago’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) met Wednesday, June 5, to discuss the progress of a number of projects they are currently working on, including trying to sell a number of lots the... more »»

Barslou Realty becomes RE/MAX Realty

June 9, 2019 There are some big changes happening at one of Blue Earth’s real estate offices. Barslou Realty has become RE/MAX Total Realty. more »»

County Board gets road work update

June 9, 2019 The Faribault County Board of Commissioners received an update on construction and repair projects from Mark Daly, the Public Works director, at their regular board meeting on June 4. more »»

More funding for BE street projects

June 9, 2019 The city of Blue Earth may be using the proceeds of a new city sales tax to accelerate the number of street reconstruction projects done each year. more »»

BE Chamber hires Lange as director

June 9, 2019 The boards of the Blue Earth Area Chamber of Commerce and the Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) announced the hiring of a new executive director, Emily Lange. more »»

Nicollet Place’s New Face

June 9, 2019 Owning and running her own assisted-living facility is something Kala Xiong has wanted to do for most of her adult life. And, now, she finally does. more »»

Best Friends Forever

June 9, 2019 Barb Fuchs and Merrily Burns have been best of friends for over 65 years. The pair say they are two very different people, but have always felt a connection between them which they cannot deny. more »»

Progress at Heartland

June 9, 2019 Senior citizens will soon have more housing opportunities in Faribault County. Heartland Senior Living, a community based not for profit, has new construction underway in both Wells and Winnebago. more »»



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