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Wells to move its liquor store

August 18, 2019 It took the Wells City Council some time to weigh the pros and cons of moving the Wells Liquor Store from its Broadway Street location to its proposed new location at 201 Third Street NW, right off... more »»

BEA to hold meetings on referendum

August 18, 2019 This fall Blue Earth Area School District residents will be voting on an operating levy. With that in mind, a series of informational meetings have been scheduled to be held throughout the district. more »»

Historic BE Episcopal church needs work

August 18, 2019 The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd has been on the National Registry of Historical Places since 1980. more »»

Woman who gives much now receives

August 18, 2019 Deb Tolzmann is one of Wells’ more busy residents. Over her lifetime in Wells, Tolzmann has dedicated much of her spare time and efforts to her own community. more »»

Faribault County has some outstanding seniors

August 18, 2019 Lloyd Koestler of Blue Earth likes to help out wherever and whenever he is needed. more »»

Faribault County has some outstanding seniors

August 18, 2019 It was less than a month ago when Deanne Wallace was honored at the Faribault County Fair as the Female Senior Citizen of the Year. Now, on Aug. 29, she will travel to S. more »»

Wells’ Shepherd’s Inn: A place to call home

August 18, 2019 What started back in 1987 as a mere outreach program for seniors by the Covenant Life Church in the Wells area has now become one of Wells’ most beloved senior living estates. more »»

Battle over Ditch 24 continues

August 11, 2019 A back and forth that has been going on for the past five years seems to slowly be turning a tide for both the county of Faribault and a property owner, Charles Carlson. In their meeting on Aug. more »»

New face at CADA

August 11, 2019 Vicki Schulte is CADA’s (Committee Against Domestic Abuse) new advocate in their Blue Earth-based offic. more »»

Now it’s chickens and ducks in BE

August 11, 2019 The Blue Earth City Council has tackled issues with deer roaming the city and dogs not leashed in the past. Now it is chickens and duck. more »»

Bikers hit the road for a cause

August 11, 2019 It was sunny out, the weather was nice and it was a great day for a motorcycle ride. But the group of approximately 70 people riding on 50 motorcycles that pulled into the Shell Station Friday, Aug. more »»

He’s ready for first day of school

August 4, 2019 Nick Jurrens is very eager to get a new school year started at United South Central. He is the new elementary school principal and brings a multitude of experiences to the table for his new distric. more »»

Big year for Relay for Life

August 4, 2019 The annual Faribault County Relay for Life event is all set for Friday night, Aug. 9, at the Faribault County Fairgrounds. And this year there is a lot to celebrate. more »»

Winnebago church celebrating several landmarks

August 4, 2019 It will be a double golden anniversary celebration on Aug. 11, when current and former members of The Lutheran Church of Our Savior, in Winnebago, gather to worship at 10 a.m. more »»

A new office and a new momentum for mentor group

August 4, 2019 For the past 22 years, a small group of dedicated members have been working towards bettering their community by being directly involved in the youth of the Blue Earth area, and recently, that group... more »»

He’s ready to tackle the new job

July 28, 2019 When Jacob Skluzacek enrolled at Winona State University he had planned on becoming a teacher. more »»

Storm hits area again

July 28, 2019 A line of storms, which began in South Dakota, moved across Minnesota on Saturday, July 20. The storms brought reports of some hail, heavy rain and high winds to the region. more »»

What’s the plan for BE’s El Tio Restaurant?

July 28, 2019 A question that has been asked many times around Blue Earth in the past eight months is whether the El Tio Mexican Restaurant is going to open back up again. more »»

FC Historical Society hires new executive director

July 28, 2019 There is a new executive director of the Faribault County Historical Society (FCHS). In fact, Randall Anderson is the very first-ever executive director of society. more »»

BEA School Board opts for levy

July 21, 2019 There will be an operating levy question on the ballot this November following a unanimously approved resolution by the Blue Earth Area School Board at their meeting on Monday, July 15. more »»

 
 

 

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