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Blue Earth group gets all REV’ed up

February 9, 2020 “What are you going to be?” That is what Blue Earth’s Rural Entrepreneurial Venture (REV) committee wants to know about Blue Earth Area students. more »»

Wells Museum expanding

February 9, 2020 The Wells Historical Society, after successfully restoring Wells’ Depot Museum, is hoping to expand their museum by restoring the 117-year-old Lunchroom, just east of the Depot Museum. more »»

Wells Liquor Depot to open Tuesday, Feb. 11

February 2, 2020 It was a quick meeting for the Wells City Council on Monday, Jan. 27, where they discussed the progress of a few important topics. more »»

Mastin charged with felony perjury

February 2, 2020 It took a Faribault County District Court jury three hours to convict Allison Ann Mastin, 37, of Blue Earth, of one felony-level count of perjury. more »»

Local Human Services executive director switches hands

February 2, 2020 There will be new leadership at the Human Services of Faribault and Martin Counties beginning Feb. 3. Actually, the transition period began on Jan. 6. more »»

Seedorf, Billings are USC’s Triple A winners

February 2, 2020 Two students at United South Central have a focus of giving back to their community. more »»

County Board gets ready for spring work

January 26, 2020 The first sign of spring occurred at the Faribault County Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, Jan. more »»

Election ballots now here

January 26, 2020 Early voting for the first Minnesota primary in almost three decades was set to begin last Friday, Jan. 17. more »»

First-ever Blue Earth deer hunt a success

January 26, 2020 There are 15 fewer deer running around Blue Earth because of the first-ever, in-the-city-limits deer hunt. more »»

Dahl, Barke are BEA’s Triple “A” recipients

January 26, 2020 They are two very busy young people who are involved in many activities and they have lofty goals for the futur. more »»

Linders get state recognition

January 26, 2020 The desire to improve the health of the soil and reduce erosion led Linder Family Farms to make some changes in their operation beginning in 2014; changes which involved the use of cover crops and... more »»

A merger for MinnValley

January 26, 2020 There is a new name in the farm mutual insurance company business world. However, while the name is new, the company itself can trace its roots back to 188. more »»

Pot bellied pigs a concern in W’bago

January 19, 2020 Work continues on updating the animal/pet ordinance for the city of Winnebago. City attorney David Frundt presented the City Council with a first draft of an ordinance at their meeting Tuesday, Jan. more »»

Wells has issues with odors

January 19, 2020 The Wells City Council is hoping the Brakebush processing plant has found a solution to its stin. more »»

Wells EDA concerned with loss of Lampert’s

January 19, 2020 The Lamperts corporation decided to close its Wells location at the end of 2019, and have now put the property on the market. more »»

Darling Ingredients is BE Business of the Year

January 19, 2020 The Blue Earth Chamber of Commerce has selected their Business of the Year honoree, and it is Darling Ingredients. more »»

A fun-filled day at the Fairgrounds

January 19, 2020 There’s no place like home.” That line was made famous by the movie The Wizard of Oz. more »»

I pronounce you Pastor and Pastor

January 19, 2020 What happens when two pastors decide to get married? And, what if one is a Lutheran pastor, and the other is Methodist? Where would the wedding ceremony be? Would you have a Lutheran or a Methodist... more »»

Bloomberg visits Wells farm

January 12, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, and former New York City mayor, Michael Bloomberg came to Faribault County last Wednesday afternoon and visited the Johnson Family Farms headquarters south of Wells. more »»

BE nixes memorial proposal

January 12, 2020 In a relatively short 26 minute meeting on Monday, Jan. 6, the Blue Earth City Council took care of a variety of items in short orde. more »»

 
 

 

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