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Wind company agrees to changes

November 12, 2017 Conflicting points of view regarding the placement of new wind turbines were exchanged during the last County Board meeting on Nov. 7. more »»

What’s FCDC’s future?

November 12, 2017 There is a strong possibility that the Faribault County Development Corporation (FCDC) could soon cease to exist. more »»

Liquor stores losing money

November 12, 2017 Faribault County has four city-owned municipal liquor stores. They are located in Blue Earth, Elmore, Kiester, and Wells. more »»

BE Council gives OK to 2018 project

November 12, 2017 After answering questions from more than two dozen citizens at a public hearing last Monday, the Blue Earth City Council voted to go ahead with getting plans and specs for an estimated $1. more »»

Women of Worth Expo speaker talks on being a survivor

November 12, 2017 On Saturday, Nov. 4, the Blue Earth Area gymnasium was packed with close to 50 local vendors in support of the 13th Annual Women of Worth Expo. more »»

Sen. Klobuchar in Winnebago

November 12, 2017 When it comes to crop production in the state, Faribault County was ranked third by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture in 2016. more »»

Wanted: Judge for Faribault County

November 5, 2017 Who will be the next Faribault County District Court judge? That is a very good question. The answer is, no one knows, yet, but the process for selecting the next judge is underway. more »»

Some confusion over new recycle company switch

November 5, 2017 Out with the old, in with the new. New recycling bins, that is. more »»

He’s all ready to start engineering

November 5, 2017 The Faribault County Public Works Department recently hired Hyunmyeong Goo as their newest staff engineer, but according to Goo himself, you can just call him William. more »»

Foreign exchange student living with Winnebago family

November 5, 2017 Winnebago residents Scott and Katie Reisenbigler recently welcomed the first child into their lives. Interestingly enough, that child is not one of their own. more »»

BE’s big $7.3 M project underway

October 29, 2017 Work has gotten into full swing at the City of Blue Earth wastewater treatment plant upgrade project on the west side of the city. more »»

Wells, Leslie, agree to her separation pay

October 29, 2017 The city of Wells has now officially parted ways from their consensus relationship with former city administrator Robin Leslie. more »»

No feuding in this family - they are a team

October 29, 2017 Remember a few years back, there was a story in the Faribault County Register about Diane Jorgenson, of Ledyard, Iowa, being on the TV show “Deal or No Deal?” Well, Jorgenson is going to be back on... more »»

Women of Worth: Bigger and better than ever

October 29, 2017 It just might be the biggest and best Women of Worth Expo yet. The 13th annual Expo is set for Saturday, Nov, 4, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Blue Earth Area High School. more »»

W’bago council still stumped on duplex sale

October 29, 2017 The Winnebago City Council held a special meeting on Thursday, Oct. 26. more »»

All set to be ‘revved’ up

October 22, 2017 Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation (SMIF) announced Blue Earth as one if its five Rural Entrepreneurial Venture (REV) communities at a special luncheon last Tuesday at the SMIF office in... more »»

Schmidtke selected for VSO job

October 22, 2017 After several months of not having one, there is now a new Veterans Service Officer working at the office located at the Ag Center. And, it is a familiar fac. more »»

Concerned parent at BEA board meeting

October 22, 2017 Janel Buseman, mother of Blue Earth Area High School senior Zach Buseman, addressed the BEA School Board at the last board meeting on Oct. 16. more »»

BE chief concerned about ‘vaping’

October 22, 2017 Vaping. It is the most commonly used tobacco product among youth according to the Minnesota Department of Health (MnDOH), and has become an emerging public health threat. more »»

German exchange student lives in Elmore

October 22, 2017 This past August, the city of Elmore welcomed a world traveler to their close-knit community. Julius Holzer, 16, of Stuttgart, Germany, is getting his first taste of rural American life. more »»



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