Sofia Martinez, KEYC News 12

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KEYC News 12

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Recent articles by Sofia:

Making it official, Gov. Tim Walz signed the Protect Reproductive Options Act into law today

The Pro Act protects Minnesotans' right to contraception, the right to carry a pregnancy to term, and the right to abortion. It also guarantees the right to privacy for personal reproductive health decisions. → Read More

St. Peter and Cleveland annual jazz concert welcomes special guest, Adrian Barnett

New Richland native Adrian Barnett is a professional musician based in Nashville. Monday morning, Barnett spent a few hours sharing his experience as a musician with St. Peter students. → Read More

YMCA Big Brother/Big Sister program in need of mentors

A YMCA program that has impacted youth in the Mankato community for over 52 years is looking for mentors → Read More

After a mix of rain and snow, Mount Kato skiers see fresh snow on the slopes

While many Minnesotans are tired of the snow, Mount Kato says this weather makes their job a lot easier. → Read More

Rising cost of eggs is hurting local businesses

Eggs are one of those kitchen staples that have people and local businesses looking twice at the price. → Read More

$12 billion funding package which would go toward childcare and schools

Governor Tim Walz wants a piece of the surplus budget will be going towards education, child care and child tax credits → Read More

Mankato man hospitalized after crashing into MHCS

A Mankato man identified as Thomas Jackson, 75. was hospitalized after crashing into the Mayo Clinic Health System. → Read More

The next chapter for Lamplighter

With familiar faces behind the bar and kitchen, 209 Pub and Grill brought back all the favorite meals from the Lamplighter menu, but at a new location. → Read More

The Mankato city council is voting on the adoption of a community solar project in the Mankato area

The Mankato city council is voting on the adoption of a community solar project in the Mankato area, which would be a backup for non-traditional solar power subscribers. → Read More

Monarch Healthcare Management will give a significant bonus to over 4,500 healthcare workers

Monarch Healthcare Management will give a significant retention bonus to over 4,500 healthcare workers → Read More

MRCI CEO Brian Benshoof announced he will be retiring after 40 years

After 40 years with the MCRI, CEO Brian Benshoof has decided to retire. → Read More

Waseca coach, Brad Wendland, updates his condition after suffering a cardiac arrest last year

Waseca coach, Brad Wendland, updates his condition after suffering a cardiac arrest last year → Read More

The Grinch serves cocoa

The Grinch visited the Mankato YMCA on Wednesday for some holiday fun with members and visitors. → Read More

Two long-term Blue Earth County Sheriff’s officers are retiring after serving for nearly three decades

Two long-term Blue Earth County Sheriff’s officers are retiring after serving for nearly three decades → Read More

BEC Mental Health Center Approved as a VA Community Care Provider

The Blue Earth County Mental Health Center is partnering with the VA community care provider to expand mental health care. → Read More

MAHA to host Hockey Fights Cancer game

The Mankato Area Hockey Association is hosting a game to support a local hockey family impacted by cancer. → Read More

Massad/United Way Coat Drive Distributes Coats for Youth

Massad Real Estate and Greater Mankato Area United say they want to build on this coat drive. It started four years ago and has become a tradition. They hope to work with more area businesses. → Read More

Backpack Food Program makes largest food delivery ahead of winter break

The FOCP Backpack food program kicked off Winter break deliveries Wednesday, their largest distribution throughout the year. → Read More

St. Peter looks to expand what it offers for housing

St. Peter looks to expand what it offers for housing. As part of its plans for development, a multi-family residential apartment building which will bring 57 new units will be ready next year. → Read More

This week’s Golden Apple award recipient is a family and consumer sciences teacher from New Ulm High School.

This week's Golden Apple award recipient is a family and consumer sciences teacher from New Ulm High School. → Read More