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Bricelyn girls academy to open, again

November 11, 2016 A school for teenage girls that once opened up in the former Bricelyn School building has been resurrected and is scheduled to open in less than a month. more »»

County Fair suffered from heat

November 6, 2016 Last summer’s extreme heat and humidity during the Faribault County Fair meant attendance at the fair was way down this year. more »»

W’bago’s EDA tables action on loan request

November 6, 2016 Faced with a loan request from a woman interested in reopening the downtown Winnebago Grill, the city’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) voted Wednesday to table a decision on backing the hopefu... more »»

Lots of concern over ditch project

November 6, 2016 Roads, ditches and donation funds. more »»

Friendship of 26 years sparks opportunity for exchange student

November 6, 2016 It is assumed that most foreign exchange students have yet to see the United States of America when they travel to our country. more »»

Signs out, ballots ready

October 30, 2016 While national attention has been focused on the presidential race in the Tuesday, Nov. more »»

Flame Theatre co-chairs resign

October 30, 2016 Just a few quick items were on Wells’ City Council agenda last week. more »»

Public speaks up at discussion with BEA, School Boards Assoc.

October 30, 2016 More than 25 people gathered in the Blue Earth Area High School Media Center on Monday to share compliments and concerns regarding the school district, capping off a night of collaboration with the... more »»

The 12th Annual Women of Worth Expo

October 30, 2016 A hilarious speaker, a couple of makeovers, some tasty treats, and shopping galore is a recipe for a great time. And that is exactly what the Women of Worth Expo is all about. On Saturday, Nov. more »»

BE’s Hagedorn taking on Walz – again

October 30, 2016 Blue Earth resident Jim Hagedorn is the endorsed Republican candidate in the race for the First Congressional District seat currently held by Democrat Tim Walz. more »»

BE’s Huntley challenging Rep. Gunther

October 30, 2016 State representative Bob Gunther (R-Fairmont) seeks an 11th term serving District 23A and will be challenged this election season by Zac Huntley, a first-time Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) candidate. more »»

Rosen facing challenger

October 30, 2016 State senator Julie Rosen (R-Fairmont) has been in office since 2003 and looks to continue serving District 23 as she competes with Barbara Ann Lake, of the Democratic Farmer-Labor (DFL) party, this... more »»

Bennett running against Schindler

October 30, 2016 There are two individuals vying to represent District 27A in the Minnesota House of Representative. more »»

Downpour swamps parts of county

October 28, 2016 “Where were you when the hurricane hit?” That was what one Faribault County resident asked on Wednesday morning, after a night of rain, wind, thunder and lightning hit the area on Tuesday evenin. more »»

Main Street is back

October 23, 2016 The street is complete. Actually, Blue Earth’s new Main Street was not quite finished when the city’s celebratory fall festival kicked off Saturday, Oct. more »»

Three Sisters for $3

October 23, 2016 The price was right at Tuesday’s Faribault County Board of Commissioners meeting, as long-discussed plans for the city of Blue Earth to potentially take possession of the county’s unused “Three... more »»

County adds victim services help

October 23, 2016 Without further ado, more victim services help is here. more »»

‘Small-town’ student comes to Bricelyn

October 23, 2016 Bruce and Becky Anderson, of Bricelyn, were probably shocked when they learned the population of Gy?r. more »»

Outside the classroom...and the country

October 16, 2016 Picture 21 eighth-graders, together on a nine-hour flight from France to rural Minnesota, where they will spend a little more than four full days immersed in Midwestern America. more »»

Winnebago gives back to Main Street building

October 16, 2016 In an effort not only to compensate for building repairs but enhance the appeal of its downtown, the Winnebago City Council voted Tuesday to offer $10,000 in aid to local resident Jens Hodges, owner... more »»



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