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Blue Earth’s Hagedorn wins party endorsement

April 29, 2018 Blue Earth resident Jim Hagedorn was endorsed by the Republican Party as their choice for candidate for the First Congressional District seat currently held by Democrat Tim Walz. more »»

When will winter ever end?

April 22, 2018 Will it ever end? That is what Blue Earth and Faribault County residents are asking themselves as not one, but two big April snowstorms hit the area in the past wee. more »»

No city deer hunt in BE

April 22, 2018 Deer and dogs – again. The Blue Earth City Council took time to once again discuss these two animal issues at their meeting last Monday night. more »»

Wells hires new administrator, Christopher Holl

April 22, 2018 The Wells City Council has decided to officially offer their city administrator position to Christopher (CJ) Holl of Pelican Rapids. more »»

USC cuts one kindergarten teacher

April 22, 2018 With just 42 students signed up at United South Central’s kindergarten round up, signs of dwindling enrollment are made evident not only by the small incoming class, but of a termination and... more »»

A life of passion and purpose noted by Chatauqua circle

April 22, 2018 When God was creating Darlene, he must have been distracted and put in an extra cup or two of sunshine. It is really a pleasure to know her. more »»

Germains named to Winnebago’s EDA Hall of Fame

April 22, 2018 At the last Winnebago Economic Development Authority meeting on Wednesday, April 4, a motion was passed to nominate Craig and Peggy Germain for the city’s EDA Hall of Fam. more »»

A Giant day in Blue Earth

April 15, 2018 As more than one speaker noted, it was a Giant day in Blue Earth last Wednesday. The official ground breaking ceremony was held at 10 a.. more »»

Wells close to hiring an administrator

April 15, 2018 Is Wells close to having a new city administrator? Maybe. Last Friday, April 6, the Wells city administrator hiring committee met and interviewed five candidates for the city’s open position. more »»

Investigator finds BEA School acted properly in assault case

April 15, 2018 Blue Earth Area School Board chairman Jesse Haugh read a letter from attorney and investigator Michelle Soldo, of Soldo Consulting, at the last School Board meeting on Monday, April 9. more »»

Wonder Day held in BE, W’bago, Elmore

April 15, 2018 There were Wonder Days at the area libraries last week, as part of the BEA Reads program that is going on during the month of April, using the book “Wonder” by R.J. Palacio. more »»

His 90-year call to serve

April 15, 2018 By the time most people reach the age of 90, they have enjoyed several decades of living the relaxed life of retirement. Not so with Blue Earth’s Rev. Victor “Vic” Vriesen, who will turn 90 on May 19. more »»

Busy with retirement

April 15, 2018 To say Blue Earth resident Mike Ellingsen has a passion for music would be an understatement. more »»

Somethin’ about a truck

April 9, 2018 It all started when Laverne Greenfield purchased a brand new 1973 Chevy truck and a young Blake Greenfield, from that point, had life-long memories of his father and that truck. more »»

Too many deer and dogs in BE

April 8, 2018 For the third meeting in a row, the Blue Earth City Council discussed what the problem of having too many deer roaming around the cit. more »»

Group wants to ‘borrow’ courthouse

April 8, 2018 A familiar face stopped by the Faribault County Courthouse at last Tuesday’s County Board meeting. more »»

K-9 officer to get bulletproof vest

April 8, 2018 Faribault County’s four-legged officer will soon be receiving some added protection. more »»

Abuse survivor

April 8, 2018 The summer before starting eighth grade, roughly 10 years ago, Alexa moved to a Faribault County town with her family. more »»

Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

April 8, 2018 Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Two local stage legends take to the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre stage in Disney’s “Newsies!” That is what real “newsies” used to do, back in the 1890s in New York Cit. more »»

Easton jockey wins 2,500th race

April 8, 2018 On Saturday, March 31, Easton native Michael Ziegler captured his 2,500th career win at Fonner Park in Grand Island, Nebraska. Pretty good for someone who did not want to be a jockey. more »»

 
 

 

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