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BEA’s 2020 levy set at 3.18% hike

December 15, 2019 It was a busy night for the Blue Earth Area School Board on Monday, Dec. 9. more »»

W’bago sets levy with 5.93% increase

December 15, 2019 “What led to the increase in the levy rate?” This was the question posed to the Winnebago City Council by resident and business owner James Ness during the public comment portion of the Truth in... more »»

BE EDA decides to pass on a building

December 15, 2019 After some serious discussion, the Blue Earth Economic Development Authority (EDA), voted not to take any action at this time concerning a vacant building on Main Street. The building at 101 S. more »»

What will BE’s levy increase be?

December 8, 2019 The Blue Earth City Council had a rather long meeting last Monday night, and part of the reason was because they held their annual Truth in Taxation Public Hearing during the meeting at 6 p.m. more »»

Yes, Ibisch is leaving Blue Earth

December 8, 2019 At the end of their regular meeting last Monday night, the Blue Earth City Council went into closed session to discuss a personnel issu. more »»

Some townships going to mail ballots

December 8, 2019 Changes are occurring in the way less populated areas of the state cast their votes. more »»

Changes ahead for Roerig Hardware and Appliance

December 8, 2019 Shane Roberts was selling his excavating business and was asked by his partner, Teresa Newville, “What are you going to do now.” “I think I will go work in a hardware store,” Roberts replied. more »»

Wells upset over assessments

December 1, 2019 “It’s tough. I could not hold to thi. more »»

BE’s Ibisch headed to Kasson

December 1, 2019 Is he or isn’t he? After two weeks of residents of Blue Earth wondering whether city administrator Tim Ibisch is going to be moving on to the city of Kasson – or not – they will have to wait a few... more »»

Three Sisters makeover still coming

December 1, 2019 While it may not seem like much is happening with the Three Sisters buildings in downtown Blue Earth, one of the main people behind the project says there soon will be. more »»

Faribault County bridge is closed

November 24, 2019 “We have just received a new report of pavement scores on our county roads from the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT),” public works director Mark Daly told the Faribault County... more »»

USC student enrollment numbers up

November 24, 2019 “It is a good report,” Greg Larson told the United South Central School Board as he began his review of the audit for the year ending June 30, 201. more »»

BE Council wants to build some homes

November 24, 2019 The Blue Earth City Council would like to see some houses built in their new housing development, and they are willing to put in some money to make it happen. more »»

BE makes plans for 2020 street projects

November 24, 2019 While the North Sailor Street reconstruction project did not quite get completed in 2019, the Blue Earth City Council put into motion the plans for the second half of the project for 2020. more »»

County Board grants 3 Met Tower CUPs

November 24, 2019 The Faribault County Board of Commissioners had four conditional use permits (CUPs) to consider at their meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 1. more »»

Wells EDA discusses sales of three lots

November 24, 2019 Having had to postpone their monthly meeting on Nov. more »»

BE EDA discusses empty building

November 17, 2019 The Blue Earth EDA has recently toured the interior of 101 South Main Street, which is host to multiple apartments and was the location of Main Street Agency until last June. more »»

Wells plans to build ice skating rink

November 17, 2019 Nothing says winter fun like an ice rink, and the Wells City Council is hoping to give an ice rink a shot at Half Moon Park this year. more »»

Commission OKs CUPs for wind study

November 17, 2019 Another wind power company is testing the waters for possible wind turbines being built in Faribault County. This time it is in the Kiester and Walters area. more »»

The future of local exchange student programs fuzzy

November 17, 2019 Faribault County’s two school districts, Blue Earth Area and United South Central, have both been active in foreign exchange student programs for over 15 years. more »»

 
 

 

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