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Past articles by Michael:

BEC Veteran’s Service Officer to testify before Congress

This is the first time that counties have been asked to testify before the joint Senate and House session. → Read More

SCC Outstanding Alumni nominations sought

A committee representing each campus foundation selects one outstanding SCC graduate as a recipient each year. → Read More

City of Mankato to remove ash trees

The work will focus along Balcerzak Drive, between Warren Street and South Victory Drive. → Read More

State Board recognizes local Mayo Clinic ambulance services

Local Mayo Clinic ambulance services were recognized for outstanding service to their community. → Read More

Mechatronics students from Spain visit SCC

SCC will welcome mechatronics students and educators who have traveled all the way from Spain to visit Minnesota. → Read More

SCC to host 13th Annual Ag Symposium

The annual event addresses the constant changing needs of the modern agricultural producer. → Read More

Mankato releases State of the City Report

The City of Mankato’s latest “State of the City” has reported highlights the city’s achievements in the last year. → Read More

My Place expansion project getting help from Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota chips in to help My Place fund an upcoming expansion project. → Read More

Public tours at Lincoln Community Center

The Blue Earth County Historical Society and Mankato Area Public Schools are celebrating 100 years of Lincoln. → Read More

Mankato’s Neighborhood Engagement Grant Program open

Applications are being accepted by the City of Mankato for the city’s Neighborhood Engagement Grant Program. → Read More

State-run COVID-19 testing sites to close

As the COVID-19 pandemic comes to a slow close, testing sites across Minnesota are planning on closing this week. → Read More

Gustavus Adolphus College to offer first masters program

Gustavus will begin accepting applications in fall 2023 with the first batch of students beginning the master’s program in summer 2024. → Read More

City of St. Peter removes ash trees to get rid of EAB

Officials in St. Peter are taking steps to rid the city of Emerald Ash Borer. → Read More

Southern Minnesota Co-Op invests in Greeneye Technology system

NuWay-K&H Cooperative has purchased a Greeneye Technology precision spraying system. → Read More

Veterans Memorial Park skating rinks opening this week

City officials say the Veterans Memorial Park Skating Rinks will be up and running starting tomorrow at 1 p.m. → Read More

‘Active Violence’ training course held in Le Sueur

The ultimate goal of the training course is to help enhance cross-agency collaboration during a violent event. → Read More

Owatonna Police investigating weapons complaint

The Owatonna Police Department is investigating after reports of gunshots being fired off in a neighborhood. → Read More

Deadline extended for Main Street Economic Revitalization Program

Greater Mankato Growth has extended the deadline to Jan. 31 of next year. → Read More

Mankato Area United Way to present Kids Count data book

The overview will be on Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to noon at Pioneer Bank, 1450 Adams St, Mankato. → Read More

Possible human remains found in wreckage of Renville County crash

Law enforcement in Renville County are investigating a gruesome discovery. → Read More