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This rockin’ friend duo at BEA is TNT, it’s dynamite

February 24, 2019 Kenny Schmit, a Blue Earth Area Elementary School student, and a Blue Earth Area Schools custodian, Justin Skaden, have created a very special bond that many teachers and teacher’s aides at BEA have... more »»

Bonin Leaves BE Police Department

February 18, 2019 The Blue Earth City Council held a special meeting last Wednesday night, Feb. more »»

‘You are on your own, USC’

February 17, 2019 United South Central may have to deal with their water retention issue on their own after a special School Board meeting yielded minimal results in talking with neighboring farmers with regard to... more »»

BEA discusses superintendent

February 17, 2019 Inclement weather caused the public input session in the search for a new superintendent for Blue Earth Area Schools to be rescheduled twice. more »»

Winnebago looking for new administrator

February 17, 2019 There was some unexpected news at the Winnebago City Council meeting last Tuesday, Feb. 12. The council was notified city administrator Chris Ziegler was resigning effective Feb. 22. more »»

USC’s AAA winners say balance is everything

February 17, 2019 Joe Bushlack and Raven Suhr have been named United South Central’s Triple A Award winners. Bushlack is the son of Chris and Betsy Bushlack of Matawan. He is the brother of Ethan, Alix and Zale. more »»

BE revisits two issues

February 10, 2019 The Blue Earth City Council meeting last Monday, Feb. 4, often resembled a Judge Judy courtroom on T. more »»

CEDA update at W’bago EDA

February 10, 2019 A “First Impression Report” prepared by the Community and Economic Development Associates (CEDA) was presented to the Winnebago Economic Development Authority (EDA) at their meeting held on... more »»

County discusses road conditions

February 10, 2019 Even though it was not on the agenda, the weather and road conditions certainly were topics of discussion when the Faribault County Commissioners met for their regular meeting on Feb. 5. more »»

BEA Schools add two more to this year’s staff

February 10, 2019 There are three new teachers at Blue Earth Area Schools who started teaching after the current school year began. Band teacher Noah Anderson had been previously profiled in the Register. more »»

Brrr! Now that’s cold!

February 3, 2019 Last week’s extremely cold temperatures were called a lot of things, from record breaking to dangerous, from polar vortex to deadl. more »»

From football to storm water pond

February 3, 2019 The storm water study for the old United South Central football field is a go, after the Wells City Council approved the study during their meeting last Monday, Jan. 28. more »»

Local family helping Haitians one bar of soap at a time

February 3, 2019 It started with three young children on a mission, a plan to accompany their parents on a mission trip to Haiti. more »»

Plans to repave Industrial Park

January 27, 2019 The West Industrial Park in Blue Earth will be receiving new street surfacing this summer, according to information presented during a public hearing at last Monday night’s Blue Earth City Council... more »»

Commissioners give hog CUP the “no go”

January 27, 2019 A process that began last September finally reached a conclusion last Tuesday at the Faribault County Commissioners meeting. more »»

UHD remodels ER at the cost of $6 million

January 27, 2019 A large $6 million remodeling project at United Hospital District (UHD) hospital in Blue Earth is well underway. The major portion of the remodeling involves the emergency room area. more »»

From prairies to polar ice: playing Peek-A-Boo with color

January 27, 2019 Famous artist Henri Matisse once said, “creativity takes courage,” and this quote has driven one local artist to not only create her own works of art, but share them all over the United States. more »»

These folks just love to ride their horses

January 21, 2019 Did you know Faribault County has two saddle clubs? It is true. The Frost Border Riders (FBR) and the Gopher Saddle Club of Winnebago are both based in Faribault County. more »»

From football field to a pond?

January 20, 2019 Could the old United South Central School football field become a pond? The Wells City Council, including newly re-elected Mayor David Braun, re-elected member John Herman, and new member Jessica... more »»

BEA wants new superintendent by April 1

January 20, 2019 Less than a month after hiring an interim superintendent, the Blue Earth Area School Board initiated the process of finding a qualified individual to fill the position of full-time superintendent. more »»

 
 

 

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