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BE ALC planning bike racks

December 2, 2018 The Active Living Coalition is laying the groundwork for the future – quite literally. In their Nov. more »»

Wells City Council prepares for 2019

December 2, 2018 An amalgamation of topics were discussed at Wells’ recent City Council meeting on Nov. 26, and most of that discussion was budgetary planning for the upcoming Truth in Taxation meeting on Dec. 10. more »»

Frost native has been a smokejumper for over 30 years

December 2, 2018 The idea is to get to the fires when they are small and get them out. more »»

Hog CUP decision back to county

November 25, 2018 They’re inching towards a decision. The Faribault County Commissioners met in regular session last Tuesday morning, No. more »»

Vote on pension fails 5-2

November 25, 2018 The Blue Earth City Council took two votes at last Monday night’s regular meeting that dealt with the 2019 city budget, and one of those decisions came after some impassioned debat. more »»

Vandals hit Wells property

November 25, 2018 Wells’ lift station by the south industrial park has recently been vandalized. The vandalization is so bad that the city will have to put up $3,000 for repair. more »»

BEA works to replace superintendent

November 25, 2018 The search for a new superintendent to replace Dr. Evan Gough officially began this past week. Gough has been hired as the new superintendent at Goodhue effective Jan. 1, 201. more »»

Gough resigns at BEA

November 18, 2018 Blue Earth Area School District superintendent Evan Gough is leaving the district after having been the leader at the school for the last six and a half years. more »»

Wells wants to move the city liquor store

November 18, 2018 Though their numbers may not be topping the liquor store charts, Wells is working diligently to get their municipal liquor store to bring in more money. more »»

W’bago works on creating new tech school

November 18, 2018 The future use of the former high school and the northwest area street project garnered most of the attention at the Winnebago City Council meeting held last Tuesday evening. more »»

Col. Rauenhorst retires with honor from U.S. Air Force

November 18, 2018 Today we honor a special man who is part of a special family in the dedication to their country,” began the remarks of Major General John M. Croley at the retirement ceremony for Colonel Robert L. more »»

Demolition Derby in a farm field

November 11, 2018 You could possibly call it an impromptu Demolition Derby. Four vehicles, including three Faribault County Sheriff Department squads, were damaged in a farm field near Elmore on Monday morning, Nov. more »»

Who is in charge?

November 11, 2018 Unprecedented. more »»

Blue Earth OKs 2019 street work

November 11, 2018 The Blue Earth City Council took a major first step towards their 2019 street project during their meeting last Monday night. more »»

After 125 years, Elmore church closes its doors

November 11, 2018 It was a bittersweet day for the congregation of Trinity Lutheran Church on Sunday, Nov. 4. Located in Elmore, it was the day the congregation held a celebration for its 125th anniversary. more »»

Wu representing Taiwan in BEA exchange student program

November 11, 2018 For the first time in a long time, Blue Earth Area High School has just one foreign exchange student this school year. more »»

It’s a big election in a little town

November 4, 2018 While many small towns sometimes have trouble getting anyone to run for mayor or city council, that does not seem to be an issue in the city of Easton, population 199 in the 2010 census. more »»

Three county liquor stores show losses

November 4, 2018 Once again, three of the four municipal (city-owned) liquor stores in Faribault County, showed net loss for the year, according to a report from the Minnesota State Auditor, Rebecca Otto. more »»

UHD Hospice celebrating 30 years of care

November 4, 2018 Over the past 30 years, United Hospital District’s Hospice program has grown from a volunteer-based program. more »»

BEA students leading peers by example for over 30 years

November 4, 2018 Back in 1981, two staff members at Blue Earth Area High School brought an idea to the table: youth development and peers leading peers. Those two staff members were Craig Van Kley and Gary Armon. more »»



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