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Preliminary BE 2020 budget has 8.9% hike

September 8, 2019 The Blue Earth City Council spent a majority of their meeting last Tuesday night discussing items connected with a proposed 2020 budget. more »»

Will city of Wells take over Wellington Estates property?

September 8, 2019 The Wells City Council spoke in their meeting last month about the seemingly abandoned Wellington Estates property. more »»

A new collectibles store is coming to Blue Earth

September 8, 2019 Blue Earth resident Dan Duden says it has been his dream for years to open up an antiques and collectibles store in Blue Earth. more »»

Is Corn Plus closing or not?

September 1, 2019 One of the oldest ethanol plants in the state of Minnesota was reported to be making plans to shut down last wee. more »»

BEA grad makes a return to Blue Earth

September 1, 2019 Lexi Scholten’s last day on the job as the clerk/treasurer for the city of Alden was on Friday, Aug. 16. more »»

BE Community Foundation gets big check

September 1, 2019 The Blue Earth Community Foundation recently received a large donation – a $103,000 gift, to be exact. “The check is from the estate of Jean Yeager,” says foundation board chair John Huisman. more »»

A changing of hands at Blue Earth Custom Embroidery

September 1, 2019 Blue Earth Custom Embroidery began operating on Blue Earth’s main street four years ago in 201. more »»

Anxious for BEA school to start

August 25, 2019 Little did the Blue Earth Area School District know when they were looking to hire a new elementary assistant principal there was already someone out there looking for them. more »»

Now it is bees, too

August 25, 2019 Chickens and ducks are not the only animals people want to keep in their yards in the city of Blue Earth. Now it is bees, too. more »»

Surviving the Habitat 500

August 25, 2019 The whole Habitat for Humanity 500 mile bicycle ride fundraiser near Duluth did not go exactly the way Martin and Faribault County Habitat for Humanity executive director Staci Thompson had... more »»

EXPO’s featured quilter this year is Lissia Laehn

August 25, 2019 If you looked at the number of quilts Lissia Laehn has completed, you would think she’s been quilting since she could walk, when in reality, Lissia picked up the hobby as an adult. more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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