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County Board will help with demolition

September 21, 2014 A common theme was visible at last Tuesday’s Faribault County Board of Commissioners meeting. more »»

Mankato man sentenced to 30 years

September 21, 2014 A 41-year-old Mankato man was sentenced for criminal sexual conduct charges in Faribault County District Court last Thursda. more »»

Giant Dream

September 14, 2014 Blue Earth Chamber of Commerce executive director Cindy Lyon is excited. more »»

W’bago building deemed a hazard

September 14, 2014 A building in Winnebago is a potential danger to the public. more »»

Big man on campus

September 14, 2014 "There he is,” said one boy. “That’s him, number 79,” exclaimed another. more »»

Don’t forget to clean before winter

September 14, 2014 The phrase “Spring Cleaning” goes hand in hand with the changing seasons. But, many people also take the opportunity in the fall to clean their homes before being pent up inside for a long winter. more »»

USC is officially open

September 7, 2014 After months of anticipation, the new United South Central school building opened its doors for the first day of schoo. more »»

Sex offender residing in Delavan raises concerns

September 7, 2014 More than 75 concerned Delavan residents packed into an old classroom at DHS, Inc. last Wednesday night, Sept. 3, for a notification meeting for a level three sex offender moving into town. more »»

City of BE gets applications

September 7, 2014 The city of Blue Earth continues to operate with the help of an interim administrator. However, they are continuing their search for a permanent solution. more »»

Safe routes gets favor from county

September 7, 2014 The Faribault County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution last Tuesday for the city of Wells to receive federal aid for a ‘Safe Routes to School’ infrastructure. more »»

BECF looks to citizens for support and new ideas

September 7, 2014 It is often thought that transforming a city into a more beautiful place would require hours of planning, construction and huge sums of money. more »»

A class union and reunion

September 7, 2014 An unusual friendship amongst old classmates led two Bricelyn graduates down a joyful and unexpected journey. On Aug. more »»

Wells residents want to keep bar

September 1, 2014 The last day was set, but residents weren’t ready to see it close. more »»

Rolling out the new Chromebooks

September 1, 2014 It’s finally here; the excitement of a new school year is starting to set in at Blue Earth Area. But, this year the excitement may be caused by more than just starting classe. more »»

Getting animals under her control

September 1, 2014 One of Dorothy Sundquist’s first calls as the new Faribault County Animal Control Officer was to capture a family of skunks. more »»

His dreams are right on target

September 1, 2014 Eight-year-old Conor Franklin, son of David and Amber Franklin, stood by in awe as he observed his uncle using a bow to shoot arrows into a target. more »»

New principal ready to help

August 25, 2014 There will be many new faces around Blue Earth Area Schools when the first bell of the school year rings, but there is already one new face community members are getting to kno. more »»

County votes to sell tax forfeited land

August 25, 2014 The Faribault County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution last Tuesday that will allow for the sale of several forfeited parcels of lan. more »»

USC still considering building bus garage

August 25, 2014 The United South Central School Board is ready for the big da. more »»

Roundabouts need new plants

August 25, 2014 Last winter’s cold and snow was hard on many of the shrubs in the Blue Earth area. more »»



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