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Moped fad causing some concerns

July 12, 2015 This summer has seen an increase in the number of mopeds that are cruising around the city of Blue Earth, and law enforcement officials have expressed some concerns. more »»

New W’bago school hires headmaster

July 12, 2015 Genesis Classical Academy (GCA) is making headway day in and day out as the school year approaches. They have even chosen a headmaster for their new school and her name is Reneé Doyl. more »»

Kiester Library excited about their big move

July 12, 2015 The community of Kiester continues to look for ways to keep their downtown thriving and their community growing. And, they seem to have found another way to do just that. more »»

125 years of fighting fires

July 6, 2015 What started out as the Hose Company No. 1 has certainly changed over the last 125 year. more »»

MnDOT reveals 10-year projects

July 6, 2015 Residents of Faribault County can expect to see some road construction projects in the next few years. At least, that is according to Minnesota Department of Transportation’s 10-year plan. more »»

BEA board picks Haugh

July 6, 2015 The Blue Earth Area School Board filled an open seat on the board last Monday night, but the decision of who to choose was not an easy one. more »»

Feeding starving kids around the world

July 6, 2015 They have a rather ambitious goal. They want to eliminate starvation everywhere in the world. And, they plan on using the former Pioneer Bank building in Elmore to help achieve that goal. more »»

A Giant ‘extreme makeover’

June 28, 2015 Blue Earth’s Green Giant statue is going to get an ‘extreme makeover’ later this year. And, the city of Blue Earth has agreed to help foot the bil. more »»

School is out...forever

June 28, 2015 The old United South Central School building was well underway to being demolished on Thursday last week, when this photo was taken. To see more photos, go to more »»

New name, logo, for two-county transit system

June 28, 2015 The way local public transportation operates could be seeing some dramatic changes within the next year. more »»

New plant close to being open

June 28, 2015 The Wells Food Processing LLC plant in Wells is close to opening, the CEO of the company which owns it says. more »»

Seniors are finding balance

June 28, 2015 A?new class in town is turning heads, and bodies, especially of the seniors who are involve. more »»

Room for improvement

June 21, 2015 After considerable time and energy was spent on evaluations of the courthouse and other county buildings, the Faribault County Commissioners are ready to move forward. more »»

New CEO to begin at UHD

June 21, 2015 United Hospital District’s search for a new CEO has come to an end. They have recently announced the hiring of Richard Ash as the new UHD CEO, and he is expected to start work as soon at July 13. more »»

USC board names student rep

June 21, 2015 School may be out for the summer, but that does not alleviate the work that needs to be done for the United South Central School Board, which met last Tuesday at 6 p.. more »»

W’bago kids can catch some air with new skate ramps

June 21, 2015 What happens when a couple of dedicated guys get to work and seek help from their community?? Just ask Ricky Paz who has been spending much of his time working to build a new skate park in Winnebag. more »»

A family tradition

June 21, 2015 They refer to it as the “Other Place”?but it is the one that has been in the family for 100 years. more »»

The new guy in town

June 14, 2015 The search is over. The Faribault County Development Corporation has been on the lookout for a new executive director since Februar. more »»

W’bago OKs commercial buildings

June 14, 2015 The Winnebago City Council gave the go ahead to start a construction project. However, it took a little more than just asking permission. more »»

Full house against ordinance repeal

June 14, 2015 A Verona Township zoning ordinance, in place since 1999, will continue to be in force for the foreseeable future. more »»



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