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Main Street issues

August 30, 2015 With the downtown Blue Earth Main Street paving and utility project scheduled for next summer, the city held a public information meeting last week to explain some of the options and to gather publi... more »»

Better server needed

August 30, 2015 Technology is in constant need of updating and maintenance, and the city of Winnebago recently had to do some updating and maintenance of their own, totaling more than $16,000. more »»

City Council responds to need for restroom policy

August 30, 2015 A new Blue Earth city policy is the direct result of an incident that happened at the Blue Earth Municipal Swimming Pool a month ago. more »»

Palm has response to policy

August 30, 2015 “Transgender” is a relatively new term to the Blue Earth community and Faribault County as a whole. more »»

Hahn lands a monster muskie

August 30, 2015 This is a story about the one that didn’t get away. Winnebago’s LeRoy Hahn was fishing on the English River chain of lakes way up north in Canada on Thursday, Aug. 6. more »»

Planning for a big move

August 23, 2015 Courthouse updates and campus changes are on the horizon in Faribault County. more »»

USC Board fights back

August 23, 2015 United South Central’s School Board has decided to appeal the Court of Appeal’s decision in the expulsion of a former USC student. At its Aug. more »»

Blue Earth taking four tax-forfeited lots

August 23, 2015 Old buildings and empty lots in Blue Earth took up a large portion of last Monday night’s City Council meeting. more »»

A dream to honor local veterans with a memorial in BE leads to the Last Ride

August 23, 2015 Terry Keithahn has a dream – build a Veterans Memorial in Blue Earth that would honor all Faribault County veterans, especially those killed in action in the line of duty. On Monday night, Aug. more »»

Former BE man gives Gov. Scott Walker a gift

August 23, 2015 Not everyone gets to meet a presidential candidate. And, if you do, generally you just get a quick handshake and a politician’s smile. more »»

Taking on some old properties

August 16, 2015 The county recently released the list of forfeited properties and the city of Winnebago discussed how they plan to deal with the. more »»

Speaking his piece

August 16, 2015 Blue Earth Area School Board chairman Frankie Bly was just about to gavel last Monday night’s August meeting to a close when one of the School Board members asked to be able to speak to an issue. more »»

What to do with Wells ‘garbage house’

August 16, 2015 The City of Wells has a nuisance on their hands and it is located on First Avenue SW. During the Wells City Council meeting last Monday, this nuisance property was discussed in detail. more »»

The Faribault County Food Shelf prepares for their big move

August 16, 2015 There are some big changes happening at the Faribault County Food Shelf, located in Blue Earth. more »»

Keeping the art alive

August 16, 2015 It started out as a hobby and turned into a side job. From there, his love of woodworking took him to work on projects he never could have imagined. more »»

A grand cause

August 16, 2015 On Broadway Street, in Wells is a well-known establishment known as the Thrifty White Pharmac. more »»

County adds road project

August 9, 2015 After more than a year of collecting wheelage tax in Faribault County, taxpayers can see some of that transportation tax put to use before the snow flies this year. more »»

New Guy In Charge

August 9, 2015 He wasn’t quite sure he was looking for a change, but he found one with his new position at United Hospital District, in Blue Earth. And, so far he is happy with the new challenge. more »»

BEA teacher facing cancer

August 9, 2015 For the past three years, Blue Earth Area Schools have had a great addition to their art program, and her name is Erin Mikels. more »»

Study shows parking not full downtown

August 9, 2015 A recent parking survey of downtown Blue Earth seems to show that there is currently enough parking spaces to fill demand. In fact, there are more than enough parking spots to serve the need. more »»



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