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Storm damages Easton church

September 23, 2018 A dangerous storm ripped through Faribault County and the rest of southern Minnesota last Thursday evening around 6 p.m. The worst damage was in Easton, according to reports, and the Our Lady of Mt. more »»

USC votes to spend $72,000 on media center upgrading

September 23, 2018 United South Central’s School Board is dedicated to being an innovative school that wants the best for its students; and after their first five years in the new school, USC is looking to upgrade... more »»

County Board debates tax abatement for new BE Chamber building

September 23, 2018 A hot debate on tax abatement. That was the big topic for Faribault County’s commissioners at their regular board meeting on Sept. more »»

BEA Homecoming's King and Queen

September 23, 2018 As Queen Hannah Johnson and King Gunnar Fering take front and center, Blue Earth Area High School’s entire court, left to right, Alyssa Ripley, Sidney Blair, Serina Wirth, Caitlin Norman, Dominic... more »»

Sheriff’s office K9 receives donation of body armor

September 21, 2018 Faribault County Sheriff’s Office K9 Zeus has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. more »»

BEA making sure schools safe

September 16, 2018 The Blue Earth Area Schools are changing the way they will react to any kind of an emergency – especially one that involves an active shooter. more »»

W’bago headed on the upswing, council says

September 16, 2018 Winnebago’s future is looking brighter. more »»

Wanted: Tenants

September 16, 2018 The Wells Business Park is ready for, well, business. At their regularly scheduled Wells City Council meeting, Mayor David Braun brought up the topic of the Wells Business Park’s advertising plan. more »»

ATM taken from First Bank BE

September 16, 2018 The ATM in the lobby at the First Bank Blue Earth was stolen on Friday, Sept. more »»

Celebrating 150 Years of Faith

September 16, 2018 Immanuel Lutheran Church, located in Emerald Township celebrated their 150th anniversary on Sept. 10 with a special worship service followed by a catered meal. more »»

A ewe-nique project

September 16, 2018 Some people like to count sheep to help them get to sleep, but the Berndts of Blue Earth and the Gudals of Bricelyn are counting sheep for an entirely different purpose. more »»

Blue Earth Council approves TIF plan

September 9, 2018 The Blue Earth City Council says they are moving forward with the tax increment financing (TIF) plan for the Three Sisters. After a TIF?plan hearing during their regular meeting on Sept. more »»

County board discusses future workforce outlook

September 9, 2018 Faribault County’s Board of Commissioners met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 4. Commissioner John Roper addressed a change in the county’s approach to its workforce. more »»

USC implements new initiative to encourage participation

September 9, 2018 United South Central’s activities director Joe Kuechenmeister is showing the district the importance of participation in school sports and other activities by joining USC in the Minnesota State High... more »»

Wells council agrees to annex

September 9, 2018 The Wells City Council held a special meeting on Sept. 5 regarding a property detachment and annexation agreement with the city. more »»

They have the best meat sticks in the state

September 9, 2018 There are some very tasty salami sticks made right in Blue Earth that recently gained statewide recognition. more »»

Robbery at First Bank Blue Earth

September 8, 2018 The Blue Earth Police Department have sent out a press release for immediate release: "On Friday, Sept. 7, at 4:12 a.m., a male suspect entered the ATM lobby of First Bank Blue Earth located at 306 S. more »»

He’s ready for back-to-school

September 2, 2018 Blue Earth Area High School’s new principal says his philosophy of education can be boiled down to one sentence. “We need to do what is best for the kids,” Greg Ewing says. more »»

Wells administrator gives 100-day update

September 2, 2018 In his first 100 days as the Wells city administrator, CJ Holl made a report to the Wells City Council at the end of their meeting that blew them away. more »»

This horse making a big name for himself

September 2, 2018 There happens to be a Bricelyn native who knows a thing or two about horse shows. more »»



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