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Pioneer bank donates Elmore building

June 7, 2015 Only weeks after the announcement of Elmore’s Pioneer Bank closing, CEO David Krause has big news for the building. more »»

Faithfully devoted

June 7, 2015 Many of us have routines; things we have to do at least once every single day – sometimes more than tha. more »»

A final salute to two veterans

May 31, 2015 It was an unusual and very special Memorial Day ceremony at the once abandoned Schermerhorn Cemetery just northeast of Easton. The American Legion Post No. more »»

Building headaches

May 31, 2015 More and more abandoned buildings are popping up in Faribault County making many wonder what is going to happen to them and who is going to pay to do it? With tax forfeited properties showing up all... more »»

Fatal accident

May 31, 2015 A 25 year old man from the Elmore and Blue Earth areas was killed in a one vehicle accident on Friday, May 29. more »»

Are you ready for some road work?

May 31, 2015 It is construction season in Blue Earth and crews are about to get busy. more »»

Local students off to Boys and Girls State

May 31, 2015 For most students, the beginning of summer means vacation time, but for a select few in Faribault County, it is time to get down to government business. more »»

Looking for more office space

May 24, 2015 After a work session with I&S Group (ISG) last month, the County Board wanted to look into the feasibility of utilizing the Ag Center for some of their offices. more »»

Get ready to ‘Bike Faribault County’

May 24, 2015 It’s time to celebrate by hitting the open road and traveling around Faribault County. But, it’s not just a road trip or a quick visit to friends in another community within the county. more »»

Wells Council runs numbers on fire trucks

May 24, 2015 The Wells City Council met last Monday and had plenty on their plates to discuss for the city. more »»

BE City says OK to new recycling center

May 24, 2015 The Blue Earth City Council said OK to having a new recycling center placed in the city limits. But, the center will not be for use by the residents of the city. more »»

A special Memorial Day service

May 17, 2015 The Memorial Day 2015 ceremonies by the Easton American Legion Post 569 will be a little different this year. They will be dedicating two military veteran’s headstones at a long-abandoned cemetery. more »»

BEA School Board leases out W’bago school

May 17, 2015 While the Winnebago Elementary School will be closed at the end of this year, and students will be attending school in Blue Earth this fall, the building in Winnebago will not be empty. more »»

Avian flu scare

May 17, 2015 The phrase avian flu has become an everyday topic of discussion, especially in the Midwest. more »»

BE street assessments lowered

May 10, 2015 The residents of the Royal Acres section of Blue Earth are going to get a nice surprise later this yea. more »»

County to help the small towns

May 10, 2015 The Faribault County Board found a way to lend a helping hand to their smaller communities in the form of $350,000. more »»

At UHD, ‘the doctor(s) will see you now’

May 10, 2015 A?couple who works together, stays together. While this may not always be the case, it is for two new doctors at United Hospital District in Blue Earth. more »»

USC expels student

May 10, 2015 The United South Central School Board held a special meeting on May 7 regarding the expulsion of a current student. more »»

A $4.4 million extreme makeover

May 3, 2015 The Faribault County Courthouse is a staple in downtown Blue Earth, and is not only an aesthetic part of the community but also is the home to integral services for all the residents in Faribault... more »»

Wells deals with two staff resignations

May 3, 2015 The Wells City Council met last Monday to discuss how to go about replacing not only a library director, but a chief of police, as well. more »»

 
 

 

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