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Are these doe neighborly foe?

March 11, 2018 Oh, deer. more »»

The eyes on our children

March 11, 2018 Communication is key in almost any human connection, and that is no different for students in school. Especially, if there is an emergency situation on the school’s hands. more »»

BE residents flock to Fairmont CrossFit

March 11, 2018 Since its inception in 2007, the CrossFit Games has developed a world wide following. more »»

Drainage Authority approves County Ditch 20 repairs

March 11, 2018 On Feb. 23, five bids were received for the repair project of County Ditch 20 in Barber and Walnut Lake Township. more »»

Another one bites the dust

March 4, 2018 The city of Blue Earth and its Housing Rehabilitation Authority (HRA) board is continuing with their demolition plan. In fact, two more houses were demolished just in the past two weeks. more »»

No action on W’bago PD officer

March 4, 2018 The Winnebago City Council gathered for a special closed session meeting last Tuesday to discuss an employee disciplinary matter regarding part-time Winnebago police officer Colton Ryg. more »»

Wells residents don’t want sidewalks

March 4, 2018 No sidewalks. That was what the people of Wells wanted their City Council to hear last Monday evening. more »»

Helping area families in times of need

March 4, 2018 After following a long and winding road, Fairmont native Ann Erdmann now helps Faribault County and Martin County residents cope with the loss of their loved ones. more »»

Giant million dollar project

February 25, 2018 It looks like a proposed new building for the Blue Earth Chamber of Commerce is going to come to fruition, with a lot of help from the city of Blue Earth. more »»

Is SPEC moving out of W’bago?

February 25, 2018 During their regular meeting, United South Central’s School Board learned their students who are participating in the Southern Plains Education Cooperative may be moving to new facilities. more »»

Will the Golden Bubble return?

February 25, 2018 Some say it got its name from the fuzzy little bubbles in champagne. Some say it is because it was the place to be in the middle of golden cornfield. more »»

County Board OKs two more MET towers

February 25, 2018 The next step in the Oza Tanka Wind Project took place during last Tuesday’s Faribault County Board meeting. more »»

Hannah Cartwright crowned Miss Faribault County

February 25, 2018 She is going to Nationals. Miss Hannah Cartwright, of Blue Earth, has spent all of last fall and this winter preparing for her USA National Miss state pageant. more »»

County EDA says ‘thanks, but no thanks’

February 25, 2018 The now disbanded Faribault County Development Corporation expressed interest in donating their website domain to the Faribault County EDA. more »»

BEA Board hires investigator

February 18, 2018 In light of the recent incident involving multiple high school athletes on the Blue Earth Area football team, the Blue Earth Area School Board decided to enter into an agreement with a third-party... more »»

W’bago backs up librarian

February 18, 2018 At last Tuesday’s Winnebago City Council meeting, Muir library director Heidi Schutt addressed the council in hopes of gaining official support for the Minnesota Library Association (MLA) and... more »»

Sidewalk concerns in Wells

February 18, 2018 Maybe sidewalks are not such a good idea. more »»

Country Kitchen now BE Hometown Restaurant

February 18, 2018 Did you know Blue Earth has a new restaurant? You may see some new features at Blue Earth’s former Country Kitchen location. That is correct. more »»

Bucs 4 Hope helps to support area families

February 18, 2018 On Thursday, Feb. 8, a worthwhile fundraiser took center stage during halftime of Blue Earth Area’s home basketball game against St. James. more »»

Senators and staffers visit Blue Earth on broadband

February 18, 2018 Minnesota’s First Congressional District representative Tim Walz wants to know about the major issues affecting Faribault County. On Monday, Fe. more »»



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