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John Thompson announces resignation

May 12, 2019 The Faribault County Commissioners meeting last Tuesday, May 7, had barely gotten underway when County Auditor/Treasurer John Thompson addressed the board during the public comment part of the agenda. more »»

Adding paving at plant

May 12, 2019 The Blue Earth City Council had an unexpected expense issue to deal with during their regular meeting last Monday night. more »»

Finding a location for a new Memorial

May 12, 2019 At their meeting last Monday night, the Blue Earth City Council agreed to do what they could to help facilitate locating an area for a proposed Veterans Memorial in the city of Blue Earth. more »»

American Legion celebrates 100th anniversary this year

May 12, 2019 Anniversaries are special, something to be noted and observed. A 100th anniversary is even more extraordinary and is something to truly be celebrated. more »»

BEA Board advertising open seat

May 5, 2019 During a Blue Earth Area special School Board meeting on Monday, April 29, the BEA board accepted the resignation of board member Jeremy Coxworth and have begun the process to appoint a replacement... more »»

BE looking at another liquor store manager

May 5, 2019 A week after having been selected to be the new manager at the Blue Earth Wine and Spirits municipal liquor store, John Oswald decided not to take the position. more »»

Mensing named Minnesota Firefighter of the Year

May 5, 2019 There are 775 fire departments in Minnesota and over 22,000 volunteer firefighters in the state. more »»

BEA first grade teacher earns Teacher of the Year award

May 5, 2019 This year’s Teacher of the Year at Blue Earth Area has been chosen. She has taught students for 31 years and continues to dedicate time both before and after class to her students and their familie. more »»

Wells OKs TIF District

April 28, 2019 The city of Wells will now have a new TIF district in its city limit. more »»

Chamber director leaves

April 28, 2019 After almost exactly eight years of being the executive director of the Blue Earth Chamber of Commerce, Cindy Lyon has decided to resign her position and retire. Well, sort of retire. more »»

Board member resigns

April 28, 2019 In an email received by the Blue Earth Area School District dated April 22, Jeremy Coxworth officially resigned his position as a Blue Earth Area School Board member. more »»

Blue Earth Area Orchestra goes on tour

April 28, 2019 The Blue Earth Area High School Concert Orchestra recently returned on Sunday, April 14, from their 2019 tour to Minneapolis. more »»

Two familiar newspapers merge into one

April 28, 2019 What was once two has now become one. more »»

Bringing the prairie to LIFE

April 28, 2019 JSO Farms was formed in 2012 but the seeds of its foundation literally go way back; way, way back. more »»

BE hires liquor store manager

April 21, 2019 The Blue Earth City Council hired a new municipal liquor store manager for Blue Earth Wine and Spirits, during their regular monthly meeting last Monday night. more »»

Elmore man charged with assault and kidnapping

April 21, 2019 Michael Walton Hinton’s criminal history of violence, sexual assault, and other assaults dates back to 1989 in Faribault County when he was convicted of fifth degree assault that May, according to... more »»

National award for BE Light & Water

April 21, 2019 ‘The best of the best’ is how it is described. Blue Earth Light & Water (BEL&W) recently was recognized as one of the top publicly owned utilities in the nation. more »»

BEA alum wins state-wide LGBTQ advocacy award

April 21, 2019 Cody Bauer has been making great strides in his conservative community of Orange City, Iowa. more »»

GIANT ribbon cutting

April 14, 2019 The Blue Earth Chamber of Commerce held a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting at their new Giant Welcome Center and Giant Memorabilia Museum on Friday, April 5. more »»

Wells OKs 150th requests

April 14, 2019 As the summer approaches, Wells prepares for it’s 150th anniversary celebration, also known as the town’s Sesquicentennia. more »»



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