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Poet puts her life into work

December 8, 2014 Shirley Ensrud is a poet from Blue Earth who has persisted in creating readable works. more »»

Educational options becoming new norm

December 6, 2014 FAIRMONT — In today’s world, parents, teachers and educators of all stripes are recognizing the value of diverse means of education. more »»

Mayo heats up healthy eating

December 6, 2014 Two years ago, Federico Felix began a mission to eliminate deep-fat fryers from hospital cafeterias under his realm. more »»

‘Bookshelves’ pop up for kids

December 6, 2014 FAIRMONT — Community Bookshelves are popping up all over Fairmont, and the public’s help is needed to keep them going, says Patti Mathews, parent educator/home visitor for Fairmont Early Childhood... more »»

Red Rock to host Area Rug Hookers

December 6, 2014 FAIRMONT — The Area Rug Hookers are a group of women from Fairmont who meet once a week at each other’s homes, except the second Tuesday of the month when they convene at Grace Lutheran Church in... more »»

Firefighters planning busy day for Dec. 14

December 6, 2014 CEYLON — Members of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Ceylon, of St. more »»

HRA faces catch-up on compliance

December 5, 2014 FAIRMONT — Fairmont’s Housing Redevelopment Authority heard a sobering report on Friendship Village on Thursday. “Your paperwork is out of compliance with regulations. more »»

Technology gets spotlight

December 5, 2014 BLUE EARTH — Throughout this week, Blue Earth Area Schools has held open houses for parents and the community to come check out the new technology being integrated into the classrooms. more »»

Martin Co. levy set to rise 10%

December 5, 2014 FAIRMONT — Martin County will increase its property tax levy 10 percent in 2015, Jim Forshee, county auditor/treasurer, said Thursday at a Truth in Taxation hearing. more »»

Pancake feed slated

December 5, 2014 WELCOME — Welcome Legion and Sons of the Legion groups will meet 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Legion. All members are urged to attend. more »»

Financial firm invests in charitable giving

December 4, 2014 FAIRMONT — Two local non-profit organizations have been chosen to benefit from the generosity of Sweet Financial Services and its clients. “Every year, we do some sort of charitable giving. more »»

‘Shop in Truman Day’ slated

December 4, 2014 TRUMAN — Plan to be in Truman on Friday for the third annual “Shop in Truman Day.” Many businesses are having holiday open houses and serving goodies. more »»

‘Shop Sherburn’ coming up

December 3, 2014 SHERBURN — It’s “Hamburger Night” tonight at Sherburn American Legion. They will serve grilled burgers from 6-8 p.m. The public is welcome. more »»

Lake grant earmarked for access

December 3, 2014 FAIRMONT — Fairmont Area Lakes Foundation voted Tuesday to use the $50,000 “Celebrate Your Lake” grant that Fairmont won earlier this year to improve access to the local lake. more »»

GHEC residents weigh in

December 3, 2014 GRANADA?— As the crowd gathered Tuesday night to hear about the future of the East Chain Elementary School, there was a buzz of activity, which quickly dissipated when the meeting was called to orde... more »»

Townships upset by new assessments

December 3, 2014 FAIRMONT — About a dozen citizens turned out Tuesday to protest the Martin County Commission decision to have a county official conduct assessments for all properties in the county. more »»

Counties to pursue joint transit

December 3, 2014 BLUE?EARTH — Faribault County commissioners on Tuesday approved a joint powers board and moved toward hiring an administrator for a Faribault-Martin County transit syste. more »»


December 2, 2014 Minnesota West wins award NASHVILLE, Tenn. more »»

Bridge will be longer: engineer

December 2, 2014 BLUE EARTH — Faribault County Engineer John McDonald shared his design of the north bridge with Blue Earth City Council on Monday. more »»

Truman adds police officer

December 2, 2014 TRUMAN — Truman City Council approved hiring a part-time police officer Monday at the suggestion of Police Chief Justin Jobe. more »»



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