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Wells gets levy hike down to 8%

December 25, 2016 The city of Wells can enjoy a sigh of relief as its tax levy increase will be less than last year’s 9.27-percent increase. more »»

BE wants better recycling service

December 25, 2016 Two representatives of Waste Management went on the hot seat at last Monday’s Blue Earth City Council. more »»

Hark! Many herald angels sing across Faribault County

December 25, 2016 Members of Blue Earth Area Choirs grades 7 - 12 gave all of their holiday spirit in their Christmas choir performance last Monday, Dec. 19, while little cherubs at St. more »»

There’s always room for one more

December 18, 2016 Away from home. If reports from the Children’s Bureau under the U.S. more »»

Wells community supporting Bebo

December 18, 2016 United South Central has one heck of a little wrestler on their team. But this year, Bebo Getchell is sitting out the season. Bebo, a first-grader at USC, is battling leukemia, a cancer of the bloo. more »»

Chris Gack Agencies

December 18, 2016 If Chris Gack writes a Christmas letter this year, he is going to have an awful lot to tell about. That is because he has had one busy year in 2016. more »»

Twenty years and $220,000 raised

December 18, 2016 What started out as a crazy idea by two guys in 1997 is still going strong. “I never dreamed in my wildest dreams that 20 years later we would still be doing it,” says Norm Hall of KBEW radio. more »»

Having a good life and good death

December 18, 2016 Mary Ellen Rigby is in the business of ensuring people experience “good death,” and she could not be more passionate about having such a job. more »»

St. Luke’s facing service drought

December 11, 2016 There has been some concern in the local area about St. Luke’s Lutheran Care Center in Blue Earth cutting back on the number of residents they are able to serve. more »»

Airport building, repair plans get BE CC talking

December 11, 2016 When does a smaller-sized building cost more than a larger one? When the state and federal government is involved. more »»

A Huntley holiday

December 11, 2016 The Huntley Cafe, shown behind the horse-drawn carriage, sponsored the Santa Days event in Huntley on Saturday, Dec. 3. more »»

City liquor sales vary across county

December 11, 2016 There are four city-owned municipal liquor stores in Faribault County, and according to recently released figures from the state of Minnesota, two had good years in 2015, and two did not. more »»

New exchange student’s late arrival met with wide open arms

December 11, 2016 There is a new exchange student at Blue Earth Area High School, one who came to Blue Earth around the first part of November, just in time for the start of the second quarte. more »»

W’bago wants Kaduce buildings

December 4, 2016 The Winnebago City Council is working on a purchase agreement to obtain two properties from Kaduce Plumbing & Heating in town, according to city administrator Chris Ziegler. more »»

Deadly force – or defensive tactics

December 4, 2016 Use of excessive force by law enforcement is a hot topic across the country, with several cases in the news, including in Minnesota. more »»

Changes coming at local law firm

December 4, 2016 Rumors, like leaves in the fall, can sometimes really fly around a small town. more »»

Becki Steier Studio

December 4, 2016 Life is too short to live with a bad design.” Those are the words Becki Steier lives by and that is no BS, unless you are talking about her new art gallery and graphic design studio. more »»

Cleaning up the Three Sisters

November 27, 2016 Those Three Sisters might just clean up nice. But, it is going to take a whole lot of effort to get them looking beautiful again. more »»

Bad day at library

November 27, 2016 It sounds like something out of a scary story: “The lights began to flicker, the computers were all popping and fizzing, and bam! There was a funky smell of smoke in the atmosphere, so much... more »»

Tvedten speaking out about her son’s addiction

November 27, 2016 It is a pandemic of epic proportions across the globe. It affects all people at one time or another. It does not discriminate when it infects a perso. more »»

 
 

 

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