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Mr. Hagedorn goes to Washington

January 6, 2019 Since his election to the U.S. Congress on Nov. 6, Blue Earth resident and native son Jim Hagedorn has been busy. more »»

W’bago EDA hears about a CEDA plan

January 6, 2019 The Winnebago Economic Development Authority heard a presentation by Community and Economic Development Associates (CEDA) at their regular monthly meeting on Jan. 2. more »»

Frost fire leaves pastor and his family homeless

January 6, 2019 A house fire in Frost on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 29, left a family homeless. The house was the parsonage of United Lutheran Church in Frost, and was occupied by Rev. more »»

Wells city administrator bringing his business to town

January 6, 2019 One giant mascot is starting a turf war with the Jolly Green Giant. Not really. It’s actually Pelican Rapids, Minnesota’s giant pelican that is moving to town. Well, kind of. more »»

Answering the call

January 6, 2019 Retirement, according to one dictionary definition, means the action of leaving one’s job and ceasing to work. Apparently Reverend Robert Bailey did not get that memo. more »»

Flying by faith

January 6, 2019 A Faribault County organization which does many good things for senior citizens has hit a financial speed bump lately. more »»

Faribault County's K-9 officer, Zeus, covered for 2019

December 31, 2018 Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. more »»

The top 10 stories of 2018 in Faribault County

December 30, 2018 No. 1: The weather; bad storms cause damage across Faribault County No. 2: Sale of the Three Sisters to the Rural Renaissance Project No. more »»

County, Blue Earth, no longer share

December 30, 2018 And now there are two. A second economic development specialist from Community Economic Development Associates (CEDA) has begun working in Faribault County. more »»

Giving the ultimate gift; the gift of life

December 23, 2018 Is there any better gift than the gift of life? For Gary Engler, that answer is a resounding no, since he received the gift of life from his daughter, Megan Engler, after they found out she was a... more »»

Christmas gifts for some special folks

December 23, 2018 A group of people are working hard to try and make sure everyone has a Merry Christmas. Especially those who are forgotten about at this time of year. more »»

BEA Schools get nice Christmas present

December 23, 2018 Just in time for Christmas, the Blue Earth Area Schools received a very nice present last week. more »»

BEA names an interim leader

December 16, 2018 The search for an interim superintendent is over and the man selected for the job will be familiar to many in the area. Following the interview of candidate Dr. more »»

Wells holds hearing on liquor store

December 16, 2018 Wells held a public hearing regarding the Wells Municipal Liquor Store at 5 p.m. last Monday, Dec. 10. more »»

W’bago council looks at new draft of school building sale

December 16, 2018 The purchase of the former Winnebago School by the city of Winnebago is still on hold but the number of issues to be addressed before the papers are signed is decreasing. more »»

Commission recommends denying CUP

December 16, 2018 After a three-hour meeting last Tuesday night, the Faribault County Planning Commission voted to recommend to the Faribault County Board of Commissioners that a request for a conditional use permit... more »»

Good year for BE Light & Water

December 9, 2018 It could be a deal they just can’t refuse. At their meeting last Monday night, the Blue Earth City Council received a surprise offer from Tim Stoner, the manager at Blue Earth Light & Water (BELW). more »»

County has 5-year plan for highways

December 9, 2018 The proposed construction plan for Faribault county highways and bridges was the main topic of discussion for the Faribault County Commissioners last Thursday, Dec. 6. more »»

Many memories in the Bidne Building

December 9, 2018 The memories aren’t in that building, Dad,” says Anne Feist to her father, Ray Bidne, as the demolition of their old family barber shop building in downtown Wells became a realit. more »»

Many hands (and hearts) make light work

December 9, 2018 lue Earth Area’s entire elementary school pitched in to help with the KBEW/Darling International You Can Make A Difference Campout by donating food items, toys, and money to families in need this... more »»



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