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No hot beef sandwiches? Say it isn’t so!

July 6, 2014 Something will be missing at this year’s Faribault County Fair. There will not be those special hot beef sandwiches and delicious pies available. more »»

Author Lora Moore takes up children’s books

July 6, 2014 Author Lora Moore completely ignored all the expert writers’ advice to write about something familiar to her. “I was always told to write about what I know,” Moore says. more »»

It’s now official

June 29, 2014 It’s official. Faribault County was hit hard by storms the past two weeks and it was a disaste. more »»

Drescher waits to find out fate

June 29, 2014 Alyssa Drescher’s expulsion from United South Central is now complete, but the issue is far from over. more »»

BE votes to hire interim administrator

June 29, 2014 The Blue Earth City Council is going to have some assistance in their search for a new city administrator. And, the help won’t put much of a dent in the city budget. more »»

Is BE ‘bike friendly?’

June 29, 2014 A local group wants to make Blue Earth a friendly place for bikers. And, they don’t mean the Harley motorcycle riders who pass by on their way to Sturgis every summer. more »»

Faribault County hit hard by severe storms

June 22, 2014 A severe thunderstorm roared through southern Minnesota last Monday night, causing damage in parts of Faribault County. Winds estimated to be over 80 miles per hour and heavy rain hit around 6 p.m. more »»

USC throws $21K at new building site

June 22, 2014 The United South Central School Board awarded multiple bids at their meeting last Tuesday night in regard to the new USC school building. more »»

Council considers partnership

June 22, 2014 About a dozen senior citizens attended the Blue Earth City Council meeting last Monday to find out first hand what the plans were for the Senior Center. more »»

County sells vacant lot for Lions project

June 22, 2014 The Faribault County Board wants to help a local group turn a vacant lot into something more. more »»

Farming is the Scherb’s family business

June 22, 2014 Glenn “Benny” Scherb lives with his wife, Cindy, in the farmhouse just north of Kiester that his grandfather built in 1906. more »»

Two heads are better than one

June 15, 2014 People may be noticing some new faces when they visit Parker Oaks in Winnebago. That’s because there will be not one but two new people filling the administrator rol. more »»

Bailey resigns

June 15, 2014 The Blue Earth City Council is going to have to find a new city administrator. Kathy Bailey has resigned from the position which she has held for the past six years. more »»

It’s official: Wells Municipal’s bar closing in August, off sale will stay

June 15, 2014 It’s official. The Wells municipal liquor store will be closing its bar/on-sale portion of the liquor store on Aug. 30. more »»

BE Legion’s newest member is a young 102 years old

June 15, 2014 Most people, if they would live to be over 100 years old, would think about winding down a little. Many would not be interested in joining an organization. more »»

Too much trash in W’bago recycling site

June 8, 2014 Some county commissioners wanted to talk trash at their last meeting. Last Tuesday, the Faribault County Board heard concerns from commissioner Tom Loveall regarding the Winnebago recycling site. more »»

Koppala attorney under fire

June 8, 2014 Nearly two months after being convicted in Faribault District Court for inappropriately touching a child, the Leo Charles Koppala case is still on-going. more »»

Commissioners face competition

June 8, 2014 Both of the Faribault County commissioners whose terms are up will be facing some opposition this fall when they run for re-election. more »»

BE council not happy with choice for a new Senior Center director

June 8, 2014 There is still no new director at the Blue Earth Senior Citizens Center. And, there may not ever be one. more »»

Bias loves life on the open road

June 8, 2014 Willie Bias, 80, has great family genes, he says, but he would prefer having quality jeans for his motorcycle trips. Bias started riding his own motorcycle in 1951; it cost only $35 he recalls. more »»

 
 

 

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