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These folks just love to ride their horses

January 21, 2019 Did you know Faribault County has two saddle clubs? It is true. The Frost Border Riders (FBR) and the Gopher Saddle Club of Winnebago are both based in Faribault County. more »»

From football field to a pond?

January 20, 2019 Could the old United South Central School football field become a pond? The Wells City Council, including newly re-elected Mayor David Braun, re-elected member John Herman, and new member Jessica... more »»

BEA wants new superintendent by April 1

January 20, 2019 Less than a month after hiring an interim superintendent, the Blue Earth Area School Board initiated the process of finding a qualified individual to fill the position of full-time superintendent. more »»

Local golf course to be honored by BE Chamber

January 20, 2019 The Riverside Town & Country Golf Club, located between Blue Earth and Winnebago, is the Blue Earth Chamber of Commerce’s “Business of the Year. more »»

BEA’s Stevermer honored with Triple ‘A’ award

January 20, 2019 She is a young woman with big plans and she has a good start to achieving her goals. more »»

Seed company growing

January 20, 2019 The Prescher-Willette Seed Farm is making some changes in their operation. “More of our customers are buying our beans in bulk,” Damian Prescher, co-owner of the seed farm, states. more »»

Teaching kids about Ag

January 20, 2019 With all the talk lately about introducing tech type classes at the high school level, it is interesting to note the Ag Science curriculum is alive and well at Blue Earth Area High School – and has... more »»

Sale close, but not quite there

January 13, 2019 While the decision to move forward with the sale of the Three Sisters buildings in Blue Earth from the city and its economic development authority (EDA), to the Rural Renaissance Project (RRP) group... more »»

Two meetings two hog barns two decisions

January 13, 2019 Two boards, two different hog confinement facilities and two different decisions. more »»

Dogs dominate BE City Council meeting

January 13, 2019 Dogs and cats were once again a main topic at the Blue Earth City Council meeting last Monday night. more »»

Long time business stays in W’bago - with a new name

January 13, 2019 After beginning its business during 1955 in Winnebago, Royer’s Plumbing & Heating has been sold to Ron’s Plumbing, HVAC & Electric, of Well. more »»

There’s no place like home

January 13, 2019 Dreams. They come true in fairy tales. Sometimes they come true in real life. more »»

Mr. Hagedorn goes to Washington

January 6, 2019 Since his election to the U.S. Congress on Nov. 6, Blue Earth resident and native son Jim Hagedorn has been busy. more »»

W’bago EDA hears about a CEDA plan

January 6, 2019 The Winnebago Economic Development Authority heard a presentation by Community and Economic Development Associates (CEDA) at their regular monthly meeting on Jan. 2. more »»

Frost fire leaves pastor and his family homeless

January 6, 2019 A house fire in Frost on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 29, left a family homeless. The house was the parsonage of United Lutheran Church in Frost, and was occupied by Rev. more »»

Wells city administrator bringing his business to town

January 6, 2019 One giant mascot is starting a turf war with the Jolly Green Giant. Not really. It’s actually Pelican Rapids, Minnesota’s giant pelican that is moving to town. Well, kind of. more »»

Answering the call

January 6, 2019 Retirement, according to one dictionary definition, means the action of leaving one’s job and ceasing to work. Apparently Reverend Robert Bailey did not get that memo. more »»

Flying by faith

January 6, 2019 A Faribault County organization which does many good things for senior citizens has hit a financial speed bump lately. more »»

Faribault County's K-9 officer, Zeus, covered for 2019

December 31, 2018 Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. more »»

The top 10 stories of 2018 in Faribault County

December 30, 2018 No. 1: The weather; bad storms cause damage across Faribault County No. 2: Sale of the Three Sisters to the Rural Renaissance Project No. more »»

 
 

 

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