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A St. Peter City Council appointment Monday went through despite objections from the choice's future Ward 1 colleagues. [Read More]
Residents at Oak Terrace and other retirement communities may not be able to volunteer as much as they used to, but the holiday season brings... [Read More]
The St. Peter City Council approved its levy and budget for the upcoming year Monday, finalizing higher property tax rates for residents in 2019. [Read More]
St. Peter Mayor Chuck Zieman tabbed a familiar face to fill an upcoming City Council vacancy Friday, clearing the way for council members to finalize... [Read More]
The chilly weather is easing along icing efforts at Mankato and North Mankato skating rinks. [Read More]
A statewide recovery organization is partnering with House of Hope and Minnesota State University to bring the region's first summit on the opioid epidemic to... [Read More]
Old Town's most towering structure will be getting a face lift. [Read More]
The Madison Lake City Council's closed session regarding Police Chief Dan Bunde lasted more than an hour Monday, but officials declined to share any new... [Read More]
An area hospital wants hunters to consider their health before venturing outdoors this fall. [Read More]
Invasive carp trying to reach the Le Sueur River will be in for quite the shock once the Department of Natural Resources completes electric barriers... [Read More]
ECHO Food Shelf's mini-mini marathon will return Saturday, providing a valuable fundraising opportunity for the Mankato nonprofit. [Read More]
A virtual reality experience for Lake Crystal students Thursday underscored the potentially dire consequences of distracted driving. [Read More]
Details on a potential eastside Mankato YMCA are coming into focus following recent survey and forum results. [Read More]
The YWCA Mankato will recognize four area women for their volunteer work in the community at the nonprofit's annual State of the YWCA event Sept.... [Read More]
Planners are hopeful Thursday's Stick a Fork in Cancer fundraiser will outdo last year's inaugural event. [Read More]
A Woodbury man is accused of biting off part of another man's ear during an altercation early Sunday. [Read More]
Linda Giersdorf's 35-year tenure at the Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging - 25 as executive director - will soon come to an end. [Read More]
A Woodbury man is accused of assaulting another man in an altercation at a Mankato bar early Sunday. [Read More]
Nearing a year since Beyond the Brink sober house opened in Mankato, its organizers are brainstorming additional ways to help people in recovery. [Read More]
Victoria Fenner's experience as a kid in the YMCA's brother/sister mentoring program led her to sign up her daughter this year. [Read More]