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A growing business

May 8, 2016 Some say there are people who have green thumbs. more »»

Wells food plant sold

May 1, 2016 After less than a year of ownership, Wells?Food Processing has switched owner. more »»

Former Buc now a Rebel

May 1, 2016 He was raised a Blue Earth Area Buccaneer, then went to college and became a Gustavus Adolphus Lio. more »»

Solar powered

May 1, 2016 It could be a bright spot for Faribault County, which is why they are working to formulate an ordinance. And that bright spot is solar energy. more »»

Storms cause damage in county

May 1, 2016 A series of strong storms swept through the Faribault County area on Sunday evening, April 24. The first wave came through earlier in the evening, with a second wave later that same night. more »»

End of an era

May 1, 2016 The former Andy’s Oriental Cafe was demolished last week, starting on Monday. The restaurant, located on Main Street in Blue Earth, had been closed for several years. more »»

Ag Center parking lot to be paved

April 24, 2016 A plan to repave the parking lot at the Ag Center on Highway 169 turned into a sometimes heated debate at the Blue Earth City Council meeting last Monday night. more »»

Meeting heats up

April 24, 2016 A?project update given by Faribault County engineer Mark Daly became a major point of contention between the County Board members at their meeting last Tuesday morning. more »»

Plan will save USC dollars

April 24, 2016 United South Central’s School Board had plenty of business to discuss at their April 19 meeting. Their greatest order of business could end up saving the school district over $200,000. more »»

New CFO on the job at UHD

April 24, 2016 A new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) has joined the staff at United Hospital District in Blue Eart. more »»

Urban shares her story about her journey with Zoe

April 24, 2016 What is it like to be a 17- year-old girl, a senior in high school about to graduate, and be pregnant? And, what is it like trying to decide what to do and make some life-altering decisions? Should... more »»

Case ends in plea deal

April 17, 2016 The former Blue Earth man originally charged with two counts of first and second degree manslaughter in the death of a local man, Juan Vasquez, had his plea hearing this past Monday in Faribault... more »»

BEA may hire company for food services

April 17, 2016 Instead of running their own food service program, the Blue Earth Area School District is exploring hiring a food service management company to do it for the. more »»

She is a Woman of Achievement

April 17, 2016 What was instilled in her as a child has stuck with her throughout her adulthood and has most recently earned her recognition in Faribault County. more »»

W’bago votes to spend $75K

April 17, 2016 The Winnebago City Council voted at their meeting last Tuesday night to spend some its funds on a wide variety of items. more »»

Chandler Kienitz receives Eagle Scout honor

April 17, 2016 Chandler Kienitz, a Blue Earth Area High School senior, is celebrating in a big way. Kienitz has recently celebrated his Eagle Court of Honor at a ceremony at Trinity Lutheran Church on April . more »»

He’s into history...

April 17, 2016 Who says you can’t go home again? Well, Thomas Wolfe wrote a novel with that title, but Albert ‘A.B.’ Russ is a prime example that it isn’t necessarily true. more »»

Working to clean up the BE River

April 10, 2016 The largest bioreactor in the entire country is now online. And, it is located just north of Blue Earth. But, don’t get too concerned. more »»

BEA’s superintendent is semifinalist at STMA

April 10, 2016 Blue Earth Area Schools superintendent Evan Gough is one of six semifinalists for the superintendent position at St. Michael-Albertville, it was announced last Wednesday. more »»

Allowing golf carts on BE streets still an issue

April 10, 2016 After passing an ordinance a year ago that allows golf carts on certain city streets, the Blue Earth City Council is taking another look at the law. more »»

 
 

 

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