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W’bago votes to spend $75K

April 17, 2016 The Winnebago City Council voted at their meeting last Tuesday night to spend some its funds on a wide variety of items. more »»

Chandler Kienitz receives Eagle Scout honor

April 17, 2016 Chandler Kienitz, a Blue Earth Area High School senior, is celebrating in a big way. Kienitz has recently celebrated his Eagle Court of Honor at a ceremony at Trinity Lutheran Church on April . more »»

He’s into history...

April 17, 2016 Who says you can’t go home again? Well, Thomas Wolfe wrote a novel with that title, but Albert ‘A.B.’ Russ is a prime example that it isn’t necessarily true. more »»

Working to clean up the BE River

April 10, 2016 The largest bioreactor in the entire country is now online. And, it is located just north of Blue Earth. But, don’t get too concerned. more »»

BEA’s superintendent is semifinalist at STMA

April 10, 2016 Blue Earth Area Schools superintendent Evan Gough is one of six semifinalists for the superintendent position at St. Michael-Albertville, it was announced last Wednesday. more »»

Allowing golf carts on BE streets still an issue

April 10, 2016 After passing an ordinance a year ago that allows golf carts on certain city streets, the Blue Earth City Council is taking another look at the law. more »»

County’s Ag Center costs increase

April 10, 2016 Many of the Faribault County offices have been doing some moving around lately, including the handful of offices which recently moved out to the Ag Center in Blue Earth. more »»

Frundt & Johnson announce new member of the firm

April 10, 2016 Those who visit Blue Earth law firm Frundt and Johnson, located on West Fifth Street will see a new member of the firm. more »»

He knows his cars

April 10, 2016 There’s not much Bruce Stensland does not know about vehicles. After all, he has been working on them for almost all of his life. more »»

All settled in at the Ag Center

April 3, 2016 It’s been one week since the Faribault County License Bureau, Veteran’s Services, and Extension Office have moved from the Faribault County Courthouse to their new location in the Town and Country... more »»

Wells wonders where to put recycling site

April 3, 2016 Wells wants to know where their recycling should go. And, the Wells City Council is diligently working on a plan to resolve that issue. more »»

You can call him ‘The Running Man’

April 3, 2016 Just like Forest Gump, a Blue Earth man is running, and running, and running. And he has been doing it for a long time. more »»

Knutson raises close to $3,000 for plunge

April 3, 2016 Blue Earth’s Haley Knutson has taken the plunge. And no, she is not talking about marriage. She is talking about Minnesota’s Polar Plunge. This was Haley’s sixth consecutive year in taking the plunge. more »»

Two projects, $4 million bill

March 27, 2016 Blue Earth’s Main Street will have nearly $4 million in upgrades done to it this coming summer. more »»

Preparation-H wants to make a TV ad in Kiester, Minnesota

March 27, 2016 The small Faribault County town of Kiester, population 501, is going to soon have some national recognition. Some residents, however, are not so sure they want the notoriety. more »»

New USC superintendent ready to start

March 27, 2016 Now that United South Central has gone through hiring its new superintendent, Keith Fleming, a new process begins for the district – getting to know their new superintendent. more »»

BEA’s National Honor Society is making a big difference; donates toys from project to St. Paul Children’s Hospital

March 27, 2016 Movie nights are always a good time, but members of Blue Earth Area’s National Honor Society found a way to make a movie night last week at Kiester’s Kee Theatre even more fun and more impactful to... more »»

Ready to open

March 20, 2016 Over the past several months, residents of Elmore and surrounding communities may have noticed an increase in the amount of activity at the former Elmore Academy and youth residence. more »»

USC School Board debates over how to mow the lawn

March 20, 2016 Is the grass always greener? For the United South Central School Board, it seems there was some debate on that topic. more »»

No A’s or F’s with Standard Based Grading

March 20, 2016 The Blue Earth Area School Board spent the first hour of their two hour board meeting last Monday night getting a ‘lecture’ from two of the members of the BEA teaching staff. more »»



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