Winnebago News


07/01/2018 03:01 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Two Level 3 sex offenders moving into the county 

On Thursday, June 28, with a large number of concerned citizens in attendance, a public meeting was held in the Winnebago Municipal Center to alert the community of a Level 3 predatory offender coming to the area. Robert Moreno Jr., will be released from prison on July 9, and will be moving to Winnebago.


07/01/2018 03:01 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Too much rain causing many issues 

What was a wet spring has now turned into an even wetter start to summer in the Blue Earth and Faribault County areas. "We recorded over four inches of rain in about an hour and 45 minutes," says Blue Earth city administrator Tim Ibisch.


06/15/2018 06:55 AM  ~~~Source~~~
GHEC OKs co-op move 

The Granada-Huntley-East Chain School Board on Thursday unanimously approved a plan to relocate the Southern Plains Education Cooperative from Winnebago to the former Lincoln School building in Fairmont. The cooperative is a joint powers organization that provides special education and alternative learning programs for: Blue Earth Area, Fairmont Area, Granada-Huntley-East Chain, Martin County West, United South Central and Truman.


06/13/2018 08:24 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Board OKs co-op move 

Fairmont and four other school districts are moving ahead with plans to relocate the Southern Plains Education Cooperative from its current home in Winnebago to the former Lincoln School building in Fairmont. SPEC is a joint powers organization that provides special education and alternative learning programs for: Blue Earth Area, Fairmont Area, Granada-Huntley-East Chain, Martin County West, United South Central and Truman.


06/10/2018 04:54 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Nagel pleads guilty 

A plea of guilty has been entered by Dalton Nagel, 18, of Blue Earth, after months of court delineations regarding his involvement in an October 2017 assault which took place at a house party in Winnebago. Nagel was seen in Martin County's District Courthouse on June 4, however the case is still a Faribault County District Court case.