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Closed W’bago restaurant to reopen

March 25, 2018 “We’re starting over.” Those are the words of Winnebago business owner Scott Reisenbigler. more »»

BEA Reads program unites a community

March 25, 2018 The BEA Reads program is in its fourth year and picking up great momentum as this year’s chosen published work is one of last year’s top movies of 2017. “Wonder” by R.J. more »»

EDF updates Faribault County Board

March 25, 2018 Jake Salisbury and P.J. Saliterman of EDF Renewable Energy updated the Faribault County Board of Commissioners on the Oza Tanka Wind Project at last Tuesday’s board meeting. more »»

Don’s Fleet: a BE staple

March 20, 2018 Located on Grove Street in Blue Earth, Don’s Fleet Supply is a family-owned hardware store that was started by an out-of-towner with an old fashioned work ethic. more »»

EDF touts wind benefits

March 18, 2018 Last Tuesday, EDF Renewable Energy representative Jake Salisbury updated the Winnebago City Council on the upcoming Oza Tanka Wind Project which will be affecting their area. more »»

Minds from around the world converse over corn in BE

March 18, 2018 It takes water to grow a crop. It takes a city to provide water. It takes investors in the city to buy a crop. It takes consumers to purchase a product made from a crop. more »»

Wells wants administrator in by April 9

March 18, 2018 Time is ticking for the Wells City Council as they prepare to choose a new city administrator. more »»

New W’bago Museum board member excited

March 18, 2018 The Winnebago Area Museum recently welcomed a new board member to their organization. more »»

BE Police Department aims to protect and serve

March 18, 2018 Security, safety and peace of mind. That is what the Blue Earth Police Department provides for its citizens. more »»

BEA School Board hears safety update

March 18, 2018 In light of acts or threats of gun violence breaking out in schools across the country, school safety was one of the key topics of conversation during last week’s Blue Earth Area School Board meetin... more »»

County Board considers more security

March 11, 2018 Security concerns were among the main topics of conversation at the last County Board meeting. more »»

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 »»



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