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Wells will use Mapleton pound

November 17, 2013 Instead of taking lost cats and dogs straight to the impound, residents will go directly to the Wells Police Department now. more »»

W’bago names new chief

November 17, 2013 The Winnebago City Council has approved the hire of a new chief of police at their regular meeting last Tuesday. And, they didn’t have to look far to find one. more »»

Student brings Catalonia culture to BE

November 17, 2013 An exchange student from Spain was encouraged by her family to experience the world by traveling, which is a dream she also had for herself. more »»

BEA grad drops 117 pounds, wins $10,000 prize

November 17, 2013 A Blue Earth Area graduate now looks like a million bucks and has won 10,000 bucks as a resul. more »»

Wells grocery store owner buys store in W’bago

November 10, 2013 While the grocery store in Winnebago may look the same this morning, there are actually big changes going on at the Main Street business. New owners, new manager and a slightly different name. more »»

BE City, MnDOT, disagree

November 10, 2013 The Blue Earth City Council and the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) agree on one thing, but totally disagree on anothe. more »»

After 3 years, pipeline issue is over

November 10, 2013 After much debate and effort – even a one-year moratorium to draft an ordinance – Buffalo Lake Energy has found an alternative way to deal with a problem affecting Faribault Count. more »»

German native transitions to American ways

November 10, 2013 Magdalene Dederichs doesn’t use Google translator or give her host mother, Staci Bonin, a confusing look as much anymor. more »»

$6 million project proposed

November 4, 2013 At a meeting last Monday, the Wells City Council was presented with a $6 million plan which would create new assisted living and memory care facilities in Wells, Winnebago and Truman. more »»

A thicker street coming

November 4, 2013 It appears two streets near the Kwik Trip gas station and convenience store in Blue Earth will be getting a little better repair job than first anticipate. more »»

New facility under construction

November 4, 2013 People may have noticed a change in landscape along Highway 16 near Guckeen. StateLine Cooperative has been making progress on site at their new facility in Faribault County. more »»

Danish girl has played basketball in the U.S.

November 4, 2013 Katrine Robertsen can’t hardly wait for the basketball season to start at Blue Earth Area High School. The 16-year-old exchange student from Denmark wants to try and play on the Buccaneer team. more »»

Ruling favors priest

October 27, 2013 A former Blue Earth priest facing criminal sexual conduct charges caught a break in Faribault County District Court last week. more »»

Pickup burns on Highway 169

October 27, 2013 A 2005 Chevrolet dually pickup truck was completely destroyed by a fire on Highway 169 north of Blue Earth on Monday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. more »»

New Kiester grocery store set to open

October 27, 2013 A group in Kiester held a meeting which began with them saying, ‘we’ve done it before, we can do it again.’ Now four months later, they can say they’ve done it before and they have done it again. more »»

German native dives into American lifestyle

October 27, 2013 Amelie Bachmann wasted no time getting acclimated into American lifestyle. Bachmann arrived in Blue Earth on Aug. 3. She was hosted by the Tami and Travis Armstrong family, along with Addison and Tea. more »»

W’bago chief retiring

October 20, 2013 The Winnebago city council has recently approved an early retirement incentive for police officers – but little did they know it would be utilized so soon. more »»

Two into one

October 20, 2013 The Blue Earth Area School board revisited the idea of dropping out of the South Central Conference. more »»

County doesn’t want bill for Frost demolition

October 20, 2013 The Faribault County commissioners weren’t too keen on the idea of footing the bill for a house demolition in Frost. more »»

USC receives $41K gift in memory of former teacher

October 20, 2013 The United South Central School Board accepted $41,200 on Oct. 15 to establish the Eldon and Phyllis Coyle Memorial Scholarship fund. Coyle, 93, passed away on Dec. 20, 2012. more »»



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