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Wells council agrees to annex

September 9, 2018 The Wells City Council held a special meeting on Sept. 5 regarding a property detachment and annexation agreement with the city. more »»

They have the best meat sticks in the state

September 9, 2018 There are some very tasty salami sticks made right in Blue Earth that recently gained statewide recognition. more »»

Robbery at First Bank Blue Earth

September 8, 2018 The Blue Earth Police Department have sent out a press release for immediate release: "On Friday, Sept. 7, at 4:12 a.m., a male suspect entered the ATM lobby of First Bank Blue Earth located at 306 S. more »»

He’s ready for back-to-school

September 2, 2018 Blue Earth Area High School’s new principal says his philosophy of education can be boiled down to one sentence. “We need to do what is best for the kids,” Greg Ewing says. more »»

Wells administrator gives 100-day update

September 2, 2018 In his first 100 days as the Wells city administrator, CJ Holl made a report to the Wells City Council at the end of their meeting that blew them away. more »»

This horse making a big name for himself

September 2, 2018 There happens to be a Bricelyn native who knows a thing or two about horse shows. more »»

Blue Earth’s Patton Funeral Home finds a new director

September 2, 2018 Patton Funeral Home has found a new funeral director. more »»

BE EDA ponders new contract with CEDA

September 2, 2018 With the Faribault County Economic Development Authority’s decision to hire a full-time, five-day a week EDA director, the Blue Earth Economic Development Authority now has an issue to deal with. more »»

Ready for more construction?

August 26, 2018 Construction warning signs are all ready to go in the city of Winnebago, above, as the project for resurfacing Highway 169 between Blue Earth and Winnebago was set to start on Monday of last week. more »»

USC adds a teacher

August 26, 2018 United South Central is hiring a new third grade teacher at the tail-end of summer after the USC School Board decided it would be better for the 50 incoming third graders to have three sections... more »»

Pool committee raises over $20,000, but needs $93,500

August 26, 2018 As part of their work session last Monday evening, the Blue Earth City Council learned how the fundraising efforts of a New Pool Slide Committee is coming alon. more »»

They are no longer Frundt & Johnson

August 26, 2018 After exactly 20 years as Frundt & Johnson, the Blue Earth-based law firm is getting a new name. Frundt, Lundquist & Gustafson. “The name change became official on Aug. more »»

New teachers abound in Faribault County school districts

August 26, 2018 With a brand new school year just around the corner, there will be four new teachers coming to Blue Earth Area Schools this fall. more »»

New W’bago dog park coming soon

August 19, 2018 At last Monday’s Winnebago City Council meeting, the council passed a motion to convert the city’s softball field, located at the West City Park, into a dog park. more »»

Local filings now closed

August 19, 2018 The filing period for many local governing bodies, which opened up on July 31, has now been officially closed, and there will be plenty of contested positions on the General Election Ballot on Nov. 6. more »»

Sex trafficking big issue

August 19, 2018 Sexual exploitation is not a common phrase in Faribault County, but according to statistics from the Advocates for Human Rights and Minnesota Human Trafficking Task Force, sexual exploitation and... more »»

BEA principal officially hired

August 19, 2018 The Blue Earth Area School Board welcomed their new high school principal, Greg Ewing, to their board meeting last Monday night. more »»

Featured quilter’s unique lettering highlighted at EXPO

August 19, 2018 When asked what got her started quilting, 2018 Upper Midwest Woodcarvers and Quilt EXPO Featured Quilter Julie Post says she has always liked it. more »»

BE votes to tackle deer issue

August 12, 2018 The Blue Earth City Council had spent time at past meetings discussing the ongoing problem with deer roaming around the city. more »»

BEA has a new principal

August 12, 2018 Following the departure of former Blue Earth Area High School principal Rich Schneider, BEA has been searching for Schneider’s successo. more »»



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