Ryan Sjoberg, KEYC News 12

Ryan Sjoberg

KEYC News 12

Minnesota, United States

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Recent articles by Ryan:

Breweries are heavily reliant on a clean atmosphere for production

Mankato Brewery just recently switched again to outside-only seating with the recent outbreak that occured in the Mankato area. → Read More

Owner of KingPins Bowling Alley charged with arson

The owner of KingPins Bowling Alley in St. Peter has been formally charged with setting his business on fire. → Read More

Mankato Symphony Orchestra unveils new logo

This year, the group has a new director and a new logo, hoping to take the Orchestra to the next level. → Read More

Local business competes in Minnesota Cup

The Minnesota Cup is a competition for new business ventures around the state. → Read More

Restaurants adapt to patio rules

Much like hair salons, restaurants are navigating the new laws and opening up across Minnesota. → Read More

Area residents converge on City Center to honor fallen soldiers

Each year, area residents come together to honor our nation's fallen military personnel. → Read More

Duluth-based Essentia Health to lay off 900 employees

Essentia Health CEO David Herman said Thursday that the recent cost-reduction measures the Duluth-based health care system has taken “are not sufficient to preserve our mission and the health of the organization.” → Read More

Restaurants react to new Governor orders

Gov. Tim Walz has announced restaurants can open with 25% capacity for outdoor seating only beginning June 1. Reactions since have been all over the spectrum. → Read More

Greater Mankato United Way, Mankato Area Foundation join forces to create Community Response Fund

It's designed to eliminate confusion so non-profits no longer have to wonder who to approach for funds while also benefiting donors by making it easier to donate during this time. → Read More

New clinic model combines two forms of health care

The company uses a direct pay model. This means insurance is taken out of the equation and cash payments are accepted. → Read More

National Nurses Day falls amidst the pandemic

There may be no greater time to honor nurses than right now. → Read More

City of North Mankato schedules spring drop off

North Mankato's spring pick-up has turned into a spring drop-off as the city has made changes to the annual event. → Read More

Mankato Area Public Schools surpasses 100,000 meals given out during pandemic

On day one, just 496 meals were given out. Since then, it has grown over 1,000%. → Read More

Fallenstein Playground incorporates more murals

Last summer, artist Dana Sikkila painted a mural in a tunnel at Fallenstein Playground. Thursday, she began painting the cement platforms and benches in the park. → Read More

Hy-Vee to require employees to wear face masks while on the job

The new requirement took effect Monday, April 27, in an effort to protect both employees and customers. → Read More

Fun.com among businesses aiming to be progressive amid COVID-19 pandemic

Many area businesses are rallying behind their workers, going above and beyond for their employees. → Read More

Gophers get big men transfers Liam Robbins, Brandon Johnson

The Gophers are bringing in Liam Robbins from Drake and Brandon Johnson from Western Michigan. → Read More

Local business hands out thousands of pounds of free food

This is the fifth community Michael Foods has been able to hand out food to in the last couple weeks. → Read More

Useful ways to use your stimulus check

All financial scenarios are unique. These tips can assist you in productive ways to use the government issued funds. → Read More

Schell’s Brewery planning expansion

The expansion plan involves moving inventory and the Starkeller to an empty building known by much of the town. → Read More