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MSBA to hold planning meetings at USC

September 24, 2017 Strategic planning was the hot topic at the United South Central School Board meeting last Tuesday, Sept. 19. more »»

Back to square 1 for the 3 Sisters

September 17, 2017 It’s back to square one as far as the Three Sisters buildings in downtown Blue Earth goes. more »»

W’bago prelim levy up 17.84%

September 17, 2017 Budget talks for 2018 highlighted the latest Winnebago City Council meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 12. The council approved a preliminary tax levy increase of 17.84 percent for 2018. more »»

Trying to survive through Hurricane Harvey

September 17, 2017 Jon and Kelly (Rozenboom) Hagedorn grew up in the Blue Earth area, but have been living in Houston, Texas, for the last six years. Recently, Houston was hit by the now-well-known Hurricane Harvey. more »»

Community leaders inducted into EDA’s Hall of Fame

September 17, 2017 On Sunday, Sept. 10, the Winnebago Municipal Center played host to a special ceremony for Wayne “Bing” Crosby and his wife Lila. more »»

BEA sets proposed levy increase at the max

September 17, 2017 The property tax levy amount within the Blue Earth School District was a key point of emphasis at the latest BEA School Board meetin. more »»

Walmart closes Blue Earth store

September 10, 2017 “Through careful and thoughtful consideration, we’ve made the difficult decision to close the Walmart store located at 1210 Giant Drive in Blue Earth. more »»

Commissioners approve separation agreement

September 10, 2017 The Faribault County Commissioners approved a separation agreement with Veterans Services Officer David Hanson during action at their regular meeting last Tuesday mornin. more »»

Blue Earth Chamber has a new administrative assistant

September 10, 2017 Much like that of the Jolly Green Giant that she now watches over with Blue Earth Chamber director, Cindy Lyon, the new chamber assistant, Shellie Poetter, seems to wear a constant smile and brings ... more »»

BEA Buccaneers take a loss against Fairmont Cards

September 10, 2017 The Blue Earth Area Volleyball team played a match in Fairmont against the Cardinals that ended in a defeat for the Buccaneers. more »»

Larry Mair’s memory lives on in golf tournament

September 10, 2017 Twenty-two years ago, a family came together on a golf course to remember their father, husband and friend. more »»

BE City Council tackles subject of recycling...again

September 10, 2017 The Blue Earth City Council discussed two recycling contract proposals during their last meeting on Sept. 5. more »»

First look at new Chamber building

September 3, 2017 While it is just a preliminary architect’s drawing of what the new Blue Earth Chamber of Commerce building could conceivably look like, the Blue Earth City Council was impresse. more »»

Returning to BE, and the ‘family building’

September 3, 2017 After traveling around the country pursing a passion for sports, Blue Earth native Layne McCleary is back home where it all starte. more »»

A new school year for all, including new faculty members

September 3, 2017 With a new year just around the corner, United South Central is preparing in every way for the 2017-18 school year, and that includes adding nine new teachers to the faculty roste. more »»

Commissioner’s motion fails by 8-2 vote

September 3, 2017 The Faribault County and Martin County Transit Board met on Wednesday, Aug. 23, at the Faribault County Courthouse. more »»

Board decides to go with stop signs

August 20, 2017 During the Aug. more »»

Tree stumps an issue for Wells council

August 20, 2017 The Lorax was nowhere to be found when a Wells citizen came to the City Council last Monday night about a stump removal concern. more »»

Wells food program, SLOW, takes off fast

August 20, 2017 Ahh, summer. When the living is just a little easier. For som. more »»

Three different people living in one local woman’s body

August 20, 2017 If you were paying attention to the Aug. 7 edition of the Faribault County Register, you may have noticed a small advertisement of thanks from a woman by the name of Glenda Hoffman. more »»



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