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It’s a big election in a little town

November 2, 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 »»

A giant, green...mustache?

October 30, 2018 He has always been pretty clean shaven, but shortly the Green Giant statue in Blue Earth will be sprouting some facial hair. A giant-sized mustache, to be specifi. more »»

Elections are heating up across Faribault County

October 30, 2018 Voters in Faribault County will have a variety of choices to make when it comes to marking their ballots on election day, Tuesday, Nov. 6. more »»

Wells wants money back

October 30, 2018 “This should have been complete and open three weeks ago.” Those were the words of Wells’ city engineer, Travis Winter, with regards to the city’s still-ongoing Third?Street projec. more »»

New Public Works building hopes to be complete Dec. 1

October 30, 2018 After waiting for around 10 years, the city of Blue Earth is going to finally have a new Public Works Department building. more »»

Attend The 14th Annual Women of Worth Expo

October 30, 2018 The 14th Annual Women of Worth Expo is set to come to the Blue Earth Area High School on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 9 a.m.-3 p.. more »»

BEA to sell building to ‘Bago

October 21, 2018 The Blue Earth Area School Board voted at their meeting last Monday night to proceed with plans to sell the former Winnebago School building to the city of Winnebag. more »»

BE makes cuts to lower 2019 levy & budget

October 21, 2018 Blue Earth’s City Council took some extra time during their Oct. 15 meeting to discuss their ongoing budget levy for 2019. more »»

Citizens upset at County Board

October 21, 2018 “Due to the amount of residences near this land, we’ve found this to be very controversial,” said county commissioner Tom Loveall. “In the end, every person on the Planning commission was conflicte. more »»

Faribault County Giants starting winter sports season

October 21, 2018 What started off as an idea, then became a dream, now has become reality for one woman and a group of Faribault County athletes. more »»

St. Luke’s exploring new project

October 14, 2018 While it is still just preliminary, St. Luke’s Lutheran Care Center in Blue Earth is making some plans for changes at the facility. St. more »»

W’bago project bid comes in at $8.9M

October 14, 2018 With city engineer Travis Winter absent, a member of the Bolton & Menk team was present at the Winnebago City Council to discuss some upsetting news regarding the city’s Northwest Street... more »»

Group wants to build new animal shelter

October 14, 2018 The Faribault County Humane Society (FCHS) has come so far, but still has so far to go in trying to obtain funds for a new animal shelter. more »»

Finding music in unlikely places

October 14, 2018 When Tim and Vicky Nelson built a new shop on their farm a few years ago, hosting a concert featuring classical baroque music was probably the furthest thing from their minds. more »»

Farmers mad about Ditch 21

October 7, 2018 County Ditch 21, located west of Blue Earth and north-east of Guckeen, was slated for an improvement project last July. more »»

Chief gives BE Council deer update

October 7, 2018 Things are progressing for making an in-city-limits deer hunt possible in Blue Earth next year, in the fall of 2019. more »»

USC receives $25K gift

October 7, 2018 America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education called on local farmers to help nominate rural schools to receive nearly $2. more »»

Bricelyn residents express concerns

October 7, 2018 Close to 50 residents of Bricelyn attended a Level 3 predatory sex offender public informational meeting last Tuesday evening at the Bricelyn Community Center. more »»

Interfaith Caregivers opens monthly café in Blue Earth

October 7, 2018 There is a new cafe in Blue Earth. The catch is, it’s only open once a month, every third Tuesday of the month at 2 p.m., at Hope United Methodist Church, so you have to keep an eye out for it. more »»

Autumnal Accents

October 7, 2018 Turning trimmings into treasure. more »»

 
 

 

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