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Vandalism at BE cemetery

June 3, 2018 There was a recent case of vandalism which occurred at the Riverside Cemetery in Blue Earth. According to Blue Earth Chief of Police Tom Fletcher, the incident took place between May 27 and May 28. more »»

Half a million dollar torching unit

June 3, 2018 Winnebago Manufacturing in Blue Earth just received a new tool which will help to boost their efficiency and overall productivit. more »»

United South Central “craves” a new dance experience

June 3, 2018 There is a unique dance party coming to the school gymnasium of United South Central starting at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 9. more »»

City hears Three Sisters update

May 27, 2018 The Blue Earth City Council started their meeting last Monday with a discussion about the Three Sisters buildings in downtown Blue Earth – and they ended their meeting two hours later with another... more »»

Several file for county’s open offices

May 27, 2018 Several people have filed for the open offices in Faribault County, and all of them are the incumbents, so far. more »»

Schools get FCDC funding

May 27, 2018 The Blue Earth Area and United South Central School Districts recently announced they received nearly $150,000 in financial assets from the dissolved Faribault County Development Corporation (FCDC). more »»

Community gardens return to Blue Earth

May 27, 2018 Have you got the spring planting fever? Would you like to have a garden but have nowhere to put it? The city of Blue Earth and its Housing Redevelopment Authority (HRA) have teamed up to bring back... more »»

“No peeking” signs are down, and all are welcome to peek

May 27, 2018 Just a few months ago, Kevin and Sarah Zabel’s new business was warning passersby on Main Street in Blue Earth to not peek in their windows. Something big was coming. Now, it’s finally here. more »»

BE Council authorizes $4 million bond sale

May 27, 2018 The Blue Earth City Council took a big step towards financing several large construction projects in the city at their meeting last Monday night. The council authorized the sale of $4. more »»

BEA votes yes for SPEC move

May 20, 2018 In the narrowest of votes, the Blue Earth Area School Board approved plans to enter into a facilities joint powers agreement with the Southern Plains Educational Cooperative. more »»

Changes made to staffing

May 20, 2018 With the resignation of one of United South Central’s paraprofessionals, consideration for eliminating a second paraprofessional position was made only slightly easier for the USC School Board last... more »»

Ditch causes uproar

May 20, 2018 Chuck Brandel of ISG in Mankato, and Soil and Water Conservation District drainage manager Merissa Lore, addressed some very unhappy landowners regarding the on-going County Ditch 21 tile... more »»

They are just about ready to get cookin’

May 20, 2018 Almost finished. At least that’s the Wells Veterans of Foreign War’s (VFW) hope after it receives its final health inspection on its new kitchen at the end of the month. more »»

Faribault County Public Works keeps community together

May 20, 2018 Drivers who use our county roads and bridges likely do so without giving it any thought. more »»

Watoto Children’s Choir returns to BE on May 24

May 20, 2018 It will be two more years before the chance to hear the Watoto Children’s Choir comes to Blue Earth agai. more »»

No deal yet on Three Sisters

May 13, 2018 The proposal for an ambitious renovation of Blue Earth’s Three Sisters buildings continued to dominate discussion at the last Blue Earth City Council meeting. more »»

BEA hears of SPEC plan to leave W’bago

May 13, 2018 Dr. Sarah Mittelstadt, director of the Southern Plains Education Cooperative, attended the Blue Earth Area School Board’s work session on Friday, May 4. more »»

Holl takes over as Wells administrator

May 13, 2018 It has been a highly anticipated arrival for the city of Wells and now, he is finally here. The new city administrator just started his new job on May 7. more »»

Winnebago Bowl-O-Rama Mamas

May 13, 2018 The Lucky Lanes bowling alley in Winnebago recently recognized three women who have bowled in the Strikette League for a combined total of over 140 years. That is a lot of bowling. more »»

Three Sisters project revealed

May 6, 2018 Just over 100 residents of Blue Earth came to Hamilton Hall last Wednesday evening to hear all about a new proposal for the Three Sisters buildings in downtown Blue Earth. more »»



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