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Protecting your dogs ahead of and during the 4th of july firework celebrations

A local pet behavior specialist says: if your pet wants to get away and hide, let them. → Read More

The Silo Art Project is completed after 2-years of work by Guido van Helten

A two-year project sees its end. → Read More

How Mankato’s Wine Cafe reopened it’s doors following COVID-19 exposure

We've seen businesses around the region temporarily close due to employees testing positive for the virus. → Read More

Juneteenth events continue in Mankato with the Unity for Freedom March

Community members march in support for the Unity for Freedom March. → Read More

Waterville hosts Janesville; Indians with an all-around showing

The Waterville Indians host the Janesville Jays in the second round of exhibition games for both squads. → Read More

Don Lucia named CCHA commissioner; intends to bring in more teams that fit the mold

After a year of refreshing the brand and identity, the conference officially named its first commissioner on Wednesday. → Read More

Lunch rush in downtown Mankato as indoor dining gets the green light

Indoor dining became a long-awaited reality today as bars and restaurants could welcome patrons back inside. → Read More

Locals presented opportunities to donate to those in need in the metro-area

Donations accepted across Mankato to be brought to Minneapolis/St. Paul following recent unrest. → Read More

Mankato Area Public Schools led their 3D printing capabilities in community partnership to gift 800 masks to frontline workers

A community partnership gives Mankato Clinic masks in response to PPE shortage. → Read More

Mankato Clinic set to return to the operation room with elective surgeries, procedures

The clinic will welcome back the elective care at a reduced volume. → Read More

How funeral services are maintaining emotional support despite the challenges of social distancing

There have been significant restrictions in gatherings of all kinds, including funeral services. → Read More

Mankato fire departments collect over 1,300 face masks during Homemade Mask Week

Over 1,300 homemade face masks were donated in Mankato as part of Minnesota’s Homemade Mask Week. → Read More

Glenville, MN woman killed in I-90 crash

The Minnesota State Patrol says it happened just after 11 PM Saturday on Interstate 90 at mile marker 83, that’s about 4 miles west of Sherburn, near the Martin-Jackson county line. → Read More

The impact of depicting a moment in history through dioramas

Max’s Dioramas have given people a new, fresh way of remembering history. → Read More

Gov. Tim Walz gives golf courses the go ahead in executive order allowing safe outdoor recreation

Effective April 19th, individuals may engage in outdoor activity that includes natural surroundings and open space. → Read More

Mankato high schools team up to recognize 2020 senior class with lawn signs

Personalized signage for seniors at Mankato West, Mankato East, Loyola and Central schools are making their way around the city. → Read More

Mankato Loyola social distance learning in full swing

Due to frequent snow days, Mankato Loyola has already utilized online learning and kindergarten through 12th grade students have been issued an iPad or laptop. → Read More

Minnesota Judicial Branch limits in-person cases, other decisions

Though, with the many cases being delayed, officials ensure justice will prevail. → Read More

Southern Minnesotans practice social distancing

We applaud the commitment to visits while practicing safe social distancing. → Read More

Health professionals provide tips on how to make Sunday’s time change easier

Experts at the Mankato Clinic Sanders Sleep Center identify the effect of spring daylight saving as feeling jet lag. → Read More