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Too many deer and dogs in BE

April 8, 2018 For the third meeting in a row, the Blue Earth City Council discussed what the problem of having too many deer roaming around the cit. more »»

Group wants to ‘borrow’ courthouse

April 8, 2018 A familiar face stopped by the Faribault County Courthouse at last Tuesday’s County Board meeting. more »»

K-9 officer to get bulletproof vest

April 8, 2018 Faribault County’s four-legged officer will soon be receiving some added protection. more »»

Abuse survivor

April 8, 2018 The summer before starting eighth grade, roughly 10 years ago, Alexa moved to a Faribault County town with her family. more »»

Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

April 8, 2018 Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Two local stage legends take to the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre stage in Disney’s “Newsies!” That is what real “newsies” used to do, back in the 1890s in New York Cit. more »»

Easton jockey wins 2,500th race

April 8, 2018 On Saturday, March 31, Easton native Michael Ziegler captured his 2,500th career win at Fonner Park in Grand Island, Nebraska. Pretty good for someone who did not want to be a jockey. more »»

We sure got hammered!

April 1, 2018 Spring officially arrived across the U.S. on Tuesday, March 20. Just four days later, on Saturday, March 24, winter was back in the Blue Earth area. And, it was back with a vengeance. more »»

New crop for county farmers

April 1, 2018 There could soon be a new crop option for Faribault County farmers to plant, if some recent information from winter ag meetings is correct. Frozen pea. more »»

New assistant county attorney here

April 1, 2018 Faribault County has a new assistant attorney, and her name is Mindy Quitten. Originally from Mankato, Quitten began her new role on March 20. more »»

Blue Earth celebrates Sam Beezy Day on March 28

April 1, 2018 For most people across the world, March 28 was another ordinary hum-drum day. However, for folks in Blue Earth, March 28 was the holiday known as Sam Beezy Day. more »»

Better access for the county’s veterans

April 1, 2018 The Faribault County Veterans Services Office has a goal of improving their accessibility throughout the county while also raising awareness for their operatio. more »»

SPEC moving out of W’bago?

March 25, 2018 All six boards involved in the Southern Plains Education Cooperative will need to agree in their next meeting whether or not they want to purchase the Lincoln Building in Fairmont. more »»

‘Oh, deer!’

March 25, 2018 The Blue Earth City Council spent a lot of time at their second meeting of March talking about some things they had already discussed during their first meeting in March. more »»

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 »»



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