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Scouts popcorn sale goes online... [Read More]
A 22-year-old Blue Earth County resident is one of the 20 people in the county who've been hospitalized with COVID-19 during the pandemic. [Read More]
A woman involved in an accident Wednesday afternoon fled the scene and later jumped into the Blue Earth River, authorities said. [Read More]
Minnesota State men's basketball associate head coach Mike Schott has been named one of the 50 Impactful Division II Assistants by Silver Waves Media. [Read More]
The Minnesota State football team has been ranked No. 1 in the College Football America Yearbook Division II preseason Top-30. [Read More]
The Mankato MoonDogs collected only three hits in a 7-0 loss to the St. Cloud Rox Wednesday. [Read More]
The city of North Mankato has fired a part-time employee at the Spring Lake Park Swim Facility over racist remarks he made on social media. [Read More]
ALACCA Bible Camp in Harpster had a large float and walkers in the July 4 Border Days parade. Employees and volunteers sang and entertained the... [Read More]
A 22-year-old Blue Earth County resident is one of the 20 people in the county who've been hospitalized with COVID-19 since the pandemic began. [Read More]
Daisies are in bloom in front of Grangeville Centennial Library, and a patron can just be seen enjoying a shady bench at the front of... [Read More]
As COVID-19 cases continue rising in Elko County and in the state, Assemblyman John Ellison, R-Elko, said Tuesday he hopes Gov. Steve Sisolak doesn't turn... [Read More]
Blue Earth County will soon surpass 500 total COVID-19 cases, with 19 newly confirmed positives added to the tally Tuesday. [Read More]
COVID-19 testing will be provided noon to 7 p.m. Wednesday at St. James Middle/Senior High School, 1001 N. 10th Ave. [Read More]
Hannah Corinne Nelson, 21, is charged with felony counts of drug sales and possession and gross misdemeanor counts of carrying BB guns in a public... [Read More]
A Mankato woman allegedly fought with sheriff officers after she drove while under the influence of a narcotic. [Read More]
A maintenance project for several North Mankato streets begins this week. [Read More]
Blue Earth County will soon surpass 500 total COVID-19 cases, with 19 newly confirmed positives added to the tally Tuesday. [Read More]
Mankato Public Schools officials are investigating a racist video involving a student that was recently posted on social media. [Read More]
A 71-year-old Henderson woman was injured in a crash on Highway 19 a mile outside the city Monday. [Read More]
After flooding forced its closure in late June, Highway 93 reopened from Henderson to Highway 169 Monday. [Read More]
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