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BEA picks new superintendent

March 24, 2019 The search for the next Blue Earth Area School superintendent began over two months ago. more »»

Agreements finalized for sale of the Three Sisters

March 24, 2019 “I have in front of me the signed commercial purchase agreement and development agreement that were delivered here over the weekend,” said Blue Earth’s city attorney David Frundt during the Blue... more »»

Harsh winter caused problems for county

March 24, 2019 Weather has been the main topic of many conversations over the last two months and although spring has officially begun, the county is still dealing with the effects of the winter season. more »»

BEA BPA students find success at state competition

March 24, 2019 A program which started at the beginning of the current school year at Blue Earth Area High School is yielding some impressive results. more »»

Superintendent search is down to 2

March 17, 2019 The search for a new Blue Earth Area superintendent has been narrowed down to two candidates. more »»

W’bago council votes on zoning issues

March 17, 2019 Zoning issues took center stage at the March 12 Winnebago City Council meeting. more »»

Wells Council denies 3.2 liquor license

March 17, 2019 The 3.2 liquor license requested by Marketplace Foods has been denied by the city of Wells during a public hearing on the matter at the Wells City Council meeting last Monday, March 11. more »»

Former BEA High School graduate visits Dubai

March 17, 2019 Travis Cyphers, a former Blue Earth Area graduate and resident of Winnebago, has recently attended a World Government Summit in Dubai, India, and won the “Shaping Future Governments: Global... more »»

New beginnings

March 17, 2019 When engaged couple Brady Rauenhorst and Amanda Bernstein contemplated their housing situation, they had a couple of different options available. more »»

Now Trending

March 17, 2019 It was not so long ago that any home remodeling project would include carpeting. That might include installing carpet over old wood floors. Now days, the trend is the opposite. more »»

Is Three Sisters a done deal or not?

March 10, 2019 The sale of the Three Sisters buildings in downtown Blue Earth took another big step towards being completed. more »»

BE’s Ibisch a finalist for New Ulm job

March 10, 2019 Blue Earth city administrator Tim Ibisch is one of five finalists for the position of city manager in New Ulm, it was announced last Wednesday. more »»

Governor’s plan would have local impact

March 10, 2019 Governor Tim Walz’s proposed transportation plan came up for discussion at the Faribault County Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, March 5. more »»

This bad winter has been hard on animals

March 10, 2019 The Faribault County Humane Society has had an increase in calls and responses to animals facing the harsh winter weather this year. more »»

Farming organically

March 10, 2019 The idea of having a diversified farming operation is nothing new. More recently, terms like niche-marketing and networking have come more to the forefront in agricultural circles. more »»

We got dumped on

March 3, 2019 Weather continues to be the dominate story both locally in Faribault County and across the state of Minnesota. This last weekend’s blizzard added to the ongoing saga of the winter of 2019. more »»

Now that they own it, what is next?

March 3, 2019 Residents of Winnebago are wondering what the next step is going to be. more »»

Move to an existing site, or build new

March 3, 2019 Wells is moving forward with their city municipal liquor store relocation. At their meeting on Feb. more »»

New manager bringing vibrancy to Rainbow Food Co-op

March 3, 2019 There is a new face at Blue Earth’s Rainbow Food Co-op. Her name is Helena (Ha-lay-nah) Roe. This young, energized food enthusiast is the new face of the local co-op. more »»

Visit to the new garage

February 24, 2019 A tour of the new public works garage was on the agenda for the Blue Earth City Council work session last Tuesday, Feb. 19, prior to their regular meetin. more »»



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