Train, train, go away...
March 29, 2015 A group of Blue Earth residents who live along Rice Street are none-too-happy with having engine-idling locomotives and trains containing refrigerator rail cars with running compressors ‘parked’... more »»
W’bago residents concerned
March 29, 2015 What would be worse? “Catastrophic failure” due to a neglected underground utility system, or receiving an average $205.68 per year tax levy increase— with an added overall average of $28. more »»
‘Jane Doe’ no more
March 22, 2015 After 35 years, Blue Earth’s infamous murder victim, known only as Jane Doe, has finally been identified. more »»
County Board hires engineer
March 22, 2015 There will be a new Faribault County engineer beginning at the end of the month. The County Board learned about the new hire at their recent meeting held last Tuesday. more »»
W’bago airs their concerns
March 15, 2015 Winnebago mayor Jeremiah Schutt presented a list of concerns to the Blue Earth Area School Board last Monday about the possible closing of the Winnebago School. more »»
Going once, going twice...SOLD!
March 15, 2015 Cash Owens has gotten quite a bit of media attention within the past few months. First, Mankato’s KEYC-TV produced a story about him, followed by a story shared by KARE 11 a few weeks later. more »»
BEA board discussing closing W’bago school
March 9, 2015 The fate of the Winnebago Elementary School remains in limbo. The Blue Earth Area School Board held a work session last Monday in regard to the declining enrollment at the Winnebago site. more »»
Moto Fest plus Brew Fest equals...
March 9, 2015 Cities and small towns in Minnesota often utilize the summer months to invite visitors into their community – many times in the form of town celebrations. The city of Winnebago is no different. more »»
Cooking with class
March 9, 2015 Mexican night may sound like a special in a local restaurant, but in this case it was the focus of a low-income cooking class. more »»
Haase home brings the outdoors in
March 9, 2015 When one looks at a tree, they can find a variety of different meanings; strength, courage, longevity. But, when Scott and Anna Haase think of trees one thing comes to mind – structural intelligence. more »»